Our latest edition of Inspire takes a look at former and current military service members from the area and their Stories of Honor.
Doug Lovelace’s experience and career in the military is a unique one.
Newville native Michael Clair was inspired to enlist by the example set by Sgt. 1st Class Randall Shughart, a Big Spring High School graduate and Medal of Honor recipient.
Robert Mundell’s life has — and still is — centered around caring about others.
It only makes sense that Donald Geistwhite’s unusual military career is marked with an equally unusual start.
Herb Morrow was taking a breather outside a gun turret when he saw the Japanese suicide plane drop down in a near vertical dive.
Carlisle native Douglas Weaver served 10 years as a combat engineer with the U.S. Army, including a stint in Desert Storm.
Charles Rosado comes from a family of service.
As we continue to navigate our way through this coronavirus pandemic, more and more it becomes about noticing the things we may have taken for granted before.
Joanne Fortney accepted a temporary administrative assistant position at New Hope Ministries 22 years ago.
Craig Forbes wants customers to know a few things.
Dale Kuhn has persevered through many challenges during his decades as a truck driver.
Gail Hurley and her staff had to quickly adapt to the new challenges forced by the COVID-19 pandemic and school shutdown to make sure the food they prepare made it to students.
Some jobs are simple. Some are jobs most people wouldn’t even think about on a daily basis.
Four small tornadoes of swirling hot ash danced about 10 to 15 yards away.
Firefighting in the Carlisle area is mostly volunteer, but don’t be surprised if you see members of a paid fire department helping out if your home is on fire.
It was encouragement from a mentor that led Doug McDonald on a long path as a first responder, first as an EMT and later as a firefighter.
Cumberland Goodwill Paramedic Lt. Murray — that’s Michael Murray, if you want his full name, but everyone calls him Murray — has seen a lot in his 38 years as a first responder.
When you call 911 to report a health emergency, you expect an ambulance to immediately hurry to your home.
Why did Brian Hamilton choose a career as a 911 dispatcher?
Carlisle Police Detective Timothy Groller was an accounting major at Bloomsburg University when he had an epiphany: sitting behind a desk all day wasn’t in his DNA.
It’s well known that volunteers provide many of the emergency services that keep Cumberland County residents safe, but one such group may have escaped your attention: the Cumberland County Haz-Mat Team.
When Margaret Myers was about 16 years old, she joined the Mechanicsburg Police Department’s Police Explorer program, a co-educational program offered through the Boy Scouts.