The event runs rain or shine from 8 a.m. to noon Aug. 20 in the multipurpose room and the church parking lot off 135 W. Simpson St., in Mechanicsburg.
The plan is not set in stone, but provides an intended layout and proposed uses for the 60.9 acre township-owned space.
The council authorized borough solicitors to draft an agreement that will allow current treasurer Danielle James to serve as the interim manager.
The swap will come at no cost to the borough, Kyle Miller, President of the Mechanicsburg Borough Council said.
The borough’s top priority for infrastructure repairs is in the area of Broad, Keller and George streets, all of which have been determined as in greatest of need road work and stormwater sewer rehabilitation.
The free event took place from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. and the chamber estimated that it could draw about 70,000 people.
Jubilee Day will run from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. down Main Street in Mechanicsburg for its 92nd year.
St. Peter Lutheran Church of Upper Allen Township will hold a garden party from 1 to 3 p.m. June 12 to showcase the church’s new garden.
In the second year of the project, artists painted barriers located in the library parking lot off North Walnut Street in Mechanicsburg.
The local club donated a Portable InfoLoop, which is an induction loop assistive listening system that is compatible with all telecoil equipped hearing aids, cochlear implants and induction loop receivers.
As completed, the Renaissance plan now involves three phases: the upcoming Center Square Park project, a plaza area at Railroad Avenue and the Mechanicsburg Museum Association headquarters, and a Main Street renewal plan.
The Silver Spring Township Police Department posted on Facebook Thursday that a boil water advisory is in effect for Silver Spring Country Estates at 82 Linda Drive.
Mechanicsburg Fire Chief Gary Neff said at one point a fire hydrant they were using froze and they couldn't close it again.
Mechanicsburg Fire Chief Gary Neff said 13 people who lived in the apartments above the restaurant were displaced and receiving help from Red Cross.
Kevin Fague plans on operating both the Shippensburg and Mechanicsburg hardware stores and will split his time during the week at both properties.
Jones Geological Services will make a presentation and answer questions at the Silver Spring Township's Board of Supervisors meeting at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 27, according to the township's Facebook page.
The Mechanicsburg Chamber of Commerce on Monday released the results of the Mechanicsburg Halloween Parade, which took place on Oct. 12.
The township said in a Facebook post that it has also reached out to the Geography and Earth Science Department at Shippensburg University for possible assistance in identifying the cause of the noises.
While the tool shed’s modular base was built in Virginia, its notched wooden roof was put together onsite by Mechanicsburg Borough Councilman Gary Weber, assisted by wife Lorrie Weber and Jim Van Kirk with brother Fred Van Kirk.
Tree trimming will begin at 6 a.m. Tuesday in the borough around the intersection of Main and Walnut streets.
The Mechanicsburg Area School Board approved a health and safety plan Tuesday for the upcoming school year that makes face masks optional for students and staff.
Richard Phelan, a longtime entertainment promoter, now says he wants to bring back live entertainment to downtown Mechanicsburg.
Upper Allen Township on Friday morning will hold a ribbon-cutting for its second inclusive playground in the township.
Pennsylvania American Water late Monday issued a mandatory water conservation notice for about 41,500 customers in the Mechanicsburg area and the West Shore due to operational issues at the Silver Spring Township water treatment plant.
The 1972 Mustang Mach 1 will be part of a display celebrating the anniversary of the “Big Horse Mustang,” featuring 1971-1973 Mustangs.
Wolf Brewing Co. is now officially open in the Market Square at the Legacy Park development.
A working plan to rehabilitate an historic Mechanicsburg meeting place into a “community hub center” has been set in motion by the Turning Point Church of Mechanicsburg with a little help from the Upper Allen Mechanicsburg Baseball Association.
Community spread of COVID-19 in the community has been classified as substantial with increasing incidence and positivity rates.
Students will not be sleeping outdoors for the annual Youth Sleepout for the Homeless event in Mechanicsburg, but a recrafted event will still raise awareness and collect funds in Mechanicsburg.