The Newville Fair, Rural Life Festival in Newburg and Shippensburg Community Fair will all come back this month.
The festival will be in the parking lot of the Shippensburg Firefighters Activities Center at 33 W. Orange St., rain or shine, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on June 19.
Thursday’s public hearing on a potential satellite casino in Shippensburg Township was as much about the township’s past and future economic trajectory as it was about the casino itself.
The annual Shippensburg Corn Festival in August will temporarily move from the downtown to the Shippensburg Fairgrounds this year due to COVID-19 mitigation efforts.
The board has adopted a hybrid model for the hearing given COVID-19 restrictions in place that will permit individuals to attend and/or provide oral testimony in person or online.
After seven years, Emilie Gables’ gnome has finally returned home.
Gitau said some colleges and universities have closed and switched to remote learning because of COVID-19 outbreaks linked to large student gatherings, but Shippensburg is trying to avoid that.
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In order to continue running its Advanced Life Support service, Shippensburg Area EMS is asking the community to help raise funds for a new paramedic interceptor vehicle and necessary equipment.
The Shippensburg Corn Festival Committee announced Friday that it has made the "painful decision" to cancel the 2020 Shippensburg Corn Festival
On Monday, Shippensburg University announced it would welcome students back to campus this fall while implementing advanced social-distancing precautions recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, a very fluid pandemic situation and a complex higher education lan…
Shippensburg residents collaborated with township police to host a peaceful protest at the gazebo on East King Street Tuesday afternoon.
Shippensburg group arranged for Harrisburg Dairies to deliver $1,500 worth of milk from Harrisburg Dairies to King’s Kettle Tuesday.
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The Shippensburg Police Department is warning residents and commuters that continuing water line work on King Street will shift to a new traffic pattern on Monday.
The Shippensburg Area Senior High School Social Activism Club will host a School Board Candidates Forum on Monday at the high school auditorium.
The gift will be used as part of a larger project that will offer improvements to facilities for student-athletes and faculty coaches from seven teams, according to a news release from the university.
The State Police are “working the investigation around the clock,” investigator Mark Magyar said at a brief press conference Tuesday evening.
Although Furlow and Wilson remain missing, Shippensburg School District Superintendent Chris Suppo issued a statement Monday evening saying "updated information has led law enforcement to believe that the persons of interest are likely not in the Shippensburg area at this time."
Some people come to the Shippensburg Community Fair to ride the rides, try their luck at a carnival game or indulge in simple American pleasures like funnel cake. But for some people, the Shippensburg Fair means something else: it’s show time.
About 40,000 to 50,000 people will descend on Shippensburg next week as the Shippensburg Community Fair shines its annual spotlight on agriculture.
The Shippensburg Library will soon be named after a former state legislator and active community volunteer.
Pennsylvania once again has produced more craft beer than any other state in the country.
Shippensburg University has created, if only by accident, quite an alumni network in the craft brew industry.