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Little-Known 1952 Philly Hero Gets Plaque In Park

PHILADELPHIA (AP) – “GREAT MEN often become great curiosities  Too often become great conversation pieces  And nothing more.  But something should be said about Joseph E. More...

Landing Gear Issue Sends Plane Back To Philly

PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Authorities say a landing gear problem prompted a plane bound for Germany to return to Philadelphia after dumping fuel.  Airport officials said Lufthansa Flight 427 took off at about 5:45 p.m. More...

Community Drug Program Tuesday, June 24

Founder of Steered Straight, Inc. to speak at My Father’s House

NEWS EDITOR  The founder of a popular antidrug, gang and criminal involvement non-profit program will return to Fulton County next week to deliver a powerful message to members of the community.  More...

Letters

What Will Future Hold For Grandchildren?

To the Editor:  What a wonderful weekend for the Fulton County Strawberry Festival. More...

Got Milk! Ice Cream, Too?

To The Editor:  More...

Police Reports

POLICE REPORTS

Man Dies Following Motorcycle, Deer Accident   A Hancock, Md., man, died Sunday as a result of injuries sustained the previous day during a motorcycle accident in neighboring Franklin County.  More...

Sports

Path Valley Speedway

It is always a special moment for a driver when they earn their first win. Two drivers got to experience those emotions on Saturday night at Path Valley Speedway.  More...

Racing Roundup

Danny Dietrich dominated Saturday night’s 30-lap 410 Sprint car All Star Circuit of Champions event at Lincoln Speedway.  Dietrich set fast time, won the dash and then dominated the feature for his third All Star win in the last four event More...

Heritage Days Portray Last Confederate Bivouac

Area officials welcome start of weekend activities

NEWS EDITOR  Even though the county had been blanketed by wet, dismal weather for much of last week, the skies cleared Friday morning for a grand kickoff of the highly publicized Fulton County Heritage Days and Strawberry Festival.  More...

Southern Fulton Graduates 58 In Class Of 2014

Commencement services last Tuesday evening

Southern Fulton School District’s Class of 2014 had 58 seniors walk down the aisle and receive their coveted diploma from board President Allen Morton as part of last Tuesday evening’s commencement services that also saw thousands of doll More...

Obituaries

Norma L. Feight Everett, 83

Norma Lee Feight, 83, Everett, died Monday, June 9, 2014.  She was born April 29, 1931, in Breezewood, a daughter of the late Mason R. and Hilda M. (Hinish) Ramsey.  On August 23, 1950, in Winchester, Va., she married Robert H. More...

Ernest D. Ray Hancock, 92

Ernest D. More...

Robert L. Foreman Chambersburg, 66

Robert L. Foreman, 66, Chambersburg, died Tuesday, June 17, 2014, at Falling Spring Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Chambersburg.  More...

From Days Gone By

FROM DAYS GONE BY

20 Years Ago  From The Files Of June 16, 1994  ’94   More...

Correspondents' Notes

Our Town

Birthdays wishes to Jackson Clevenger, 8 on June 25; Bill Cunnigham, 84 on June 26; Adalynn Culler, 4 on June 21; Nathan Minnier, June 23; Brandston, 15 on June 25; Kinesha Lowery, 22 on June 25; Darcy Humbert, June 24; Rickie Hoffman and Joe Hann, J More...

Hustontown

The weather was great for folks to get out and enjoy over the weekend.  Some of the family of Kate Berkstresser and the late Herbert Berkstresser held a reunion at Forbes Road Lions Park over the weekend. More...