Here are the winners of the Mount Holly Springs Halloween Parade, which was held Wednesday evening.
Leroy "Cork" Shildt III will still appear on the Nov. 2 ballot, even though the mayor of Mount Holly Springs died of COVID-19 on Sept. 26.
They were two good friends joining voices in a harmony to comfort a troubled spirit.
The Waste Management bid would have resulted in a quarterly fee for residents of $94.43 compared to $75 under the Apple Valley Waste contract, Borough Manager Tom Day said.
Operation Veterans' Hope in Mount Holly Springs has launched a fundraising drive to purchase the building it occupies at 7 N. Baltimore Ave.
Last week, Mount Holly Borough council members hired a Sunbury firm to conduct architectural design and engineering work associated with the project to restore the Mount Tabor Church on Cedar Avenue.
The Santa House tradition returns to Mount Holly Springs on Saturday, Dec. 12, but with COVID-19 health precautions in place.
According to National Transportation Safety Board data, there had been 14 fatal aircraft crashes in Cumberland County since the early 1960s, the earliest dates for which records are available online:
The Pennsylvania Humanities Council has honored the Citizen's Fire Company in Mount Holly Springs with a Heart & Soul Hero Award.
Monitored by 24-hour video surveillance, the safe zone would allow people to schedule in-person meetings around the clock to complete online purchases and child custody exchanges.
The Guise family Thursday night accepted a check for $90,265.49, a token of the outpouring of support that both the family and the fire company have experienced since firefighter Jerome Guise's death in a March 9 house fire.
The Mount Holly Springs council could address complaints by adding restrictions on the use of fireworks within borough limits.
Borough officials in Mount Holly Springs honored two local police officers for their efforts in saving the lives of two local men earlier this spring.
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Route 34 will remain closed south of Mount Holly Springs through Friday.
Route 34 in Mount Holly Springs will be closed Monday-Wednesday south of the Deer Lodge for Norfolk Southern to do work on its tracks.
The Mount Holly Springs Borough Council will convene its monthly meeting Monday night at 7.
Mount Holly Springs Borough Council will meet briefly tonight, Monday, at 7 in public at the municipal building to handle only the most pressing issues.
Details on the procession for fallen firefighter Jerome Guise have been released.
Jerome Guise, a volunteer with Citizen's Fire Company in Mount Holly Springs, was killed Monday when a porch collapsed on him while he was fighting a house fire in Monroe Township.
Tributes to Jerome Guise and condolences to the fire company have been posted on social media since word went out about his death.
The son of the man severely injured in Monday's fire on Boiling Springs Road in Monroe Township has set up a GoFundMe page to help his dad "rebuild at least part of his life."
Cumberland County Coroner Charley Hall praised the work of first responders Tuesday as he discussed the results of the autopsies of Jerome Guise and Jessica Diehl, who were killed in a fire at a home along Boiling Springs Road in Monroe Township on Monday.
Fire companies from throughout the county and other states lined a route from Paxton Street in Harrisburg to Interstate 81 to the Holly Pike and ending at Hollinger Funeral Home in Mount Holly.
The council also voted to submit an application for a $6,750 grant from the Cumberland County Planning Department to pay for half the costs of codifying the ordinances.
Progress has been made in recent weeks in the grassroots effort to preserve the Mount Tabor Church on Cedar Avenue in the borough of Mount Holly Springs.