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William W. Wolfe Sr. of Shippensburg | Obituaries  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

William W. Wolfe Sr., 72, of Shippensburg, passed away on Tuesday, April 30, 2019, at home. He was born Oct. 3, 1946, in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.

SASD increasing police patrols after second gun-related incident in a week  Chambersburg Public Opinion

Police said in the first incident a student brandished a firearm at the high school, and in the second a man pointed a gun at students walking to their cars.

Student arrested after threatening, pointing gun at high school: police  PennLive

Shippensburg High School went into lockdown Monday morning, after a student facing disciplinary action brandished a bb gun at the building as he left the ...

When is prom? The 2019 schedule for central Pa. high schools

Prom season 2019 is underway and will continue through early June. Here is a list of prom dates that we know of. PennLive does not have dates for all proms.

Shippensburg students pick up the tempo at annual concert  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Groups of Shippensburg students showed the community their immense talent during the 19th annual Evening of Jazz in the high school auditorium March 28.

HS Football: After record-breaking career, Shippensburg RB Adam Houser wants to chase titles at IUP  Carlisle Sentinel

Adam Houser ran for nearly 2000 yards this year and nearly 4000 for his career, breaking Shippensburg High School records along the way.

HS Baseball: Big Spring's Braden Petty picks family, church, major in decision to commit to Shippensburg  Carlisle Sentinel

Big Spring senior Braden Petty is approaching his final baseball season this spring with a new focus: “playing more loose.”

New principal named for Shippensburg High School  The Sentinel

The Shippensburg Area School Board named Monday Deborah M. Luffy the new principal for Shippensburg Area High School.

Shippensburg high school employee accused of asking girl for sex  Chambersburg Public Opinion

SHIPPENSBURG - A Shippensburg Area Senior High School cafeteria worker is accused of having inappropriate conversations with a student. Shawn William ...

'Prism' highlights SASHS student artwork | Local News  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

The newest exhibit at Shippensburg Arts Programming & Education, “Prism,” gives local high school students their own voice.

Ship track set a pair of new school records in sweep of Waynesboro  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

The Shippensburg high school track and field team set a pair of new school records on their way to a dual meet sweep of the Waynesboro Indians Thursday at ...

Shippensburg High School prom 2017: photos

The 2017 Shippensburg High School prom was held on May 6.

HS Boys Basketball: Boiling Springs to hold ceremony Jan. 26 in memory of former great Dale Lay  Carlisle Sentinel

Boiling Springs boys basketball will hold a pregame ceremony Saturday for former standout Dale Lay, who died Oct. 19 from Burkitt's Lymphoma.

Dalton E. Coy of Shippensburg | Obituaries  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Dalton Eugene Coy, 76, of Shippensburg, passed away peacefully on the morning of Tuesday, April 2, 2019, at the home of his daughter, Crystal, and son-in-law ...

Joyce A. Crouse of Enola | Obituaries  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Joyce A. Crouse, 77, of Enola, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 15, 2019, at UPMC Pinnacle West Shore Hospital, Mechanicsburg, surrounded by her ...

Brenda Mixell, 69  Herald-Mail Media

Brenda Kaye Mixell, 69, of Shippensburg, passed away Sunday, December 23, 2018 at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center. She was born Sunday, March ...

Young athletes enjoy games, fellowship at SASHS | Local News  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Ear-to-ear smiles filled the halls of Shippensburg Area High School Thursday for the annual Special Needs Track and Field day, which brought students of all ...

Shippensburg superintendent resigns a year after being hired  Chambersburg Public Opinion

SHIPPENSBURG - The Shippensburg Area School District will pay its outgoing superintendent the equivalent of about a year's salary to end his four-year ...

Jerry A. Bigler of Shippensburg | Obituaries  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Jerry Allen Bigler, 85, of Shippensburg, passed away Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018, at home, surrounded by his loving family.

Ronald L. Sailhamer of Shippensburg | Obituaries  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Ronald L. Sailhamer, 69, of Shippensburg, departed this life in the early morning of Friday, Sept. 28, 2018, at his home. He was born on Feb. 6, 1949, in ...

Photos: Shippensburg High School Graduation 2017 | Photo Galleries |  The Sentinel

Shippensburg High School's Class of 2017 graduated at the Luhr's Performing Arts Center at Shippensburg University on Thursday evening.

Shippensburg loses one-of-a-kind family, businessman in Ron Sailhamer  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Ron Sailhamer had the uncanny ability of making friends with anyone he met. His larger-than-life personality filled the room, and the Shippensburg community is ...

Shippensburg boys claim first Mid-Penn Colonial title in three years, beat Big Spring  The Sentinel

SHIPPENSBURG — The current Shippensburg seniors were freshmen the last time the boys track team won the Mid-Penn Colonial Division.

'Enough is enough': SASHS students take stand against gun violence  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

More than 100 Shippensburg high school students participated in a student-led walkout ceremony last Wednesday morning to commemorate those killed in a ...

Shippensburg High School employee facing charges after being accused of asking girl for sex

CUMBERLAND COUNTY, Pa.-- A Shippensburg High School employee is accused of asking a girl for sex. Shawn Thomas, 38, is facing harassment charges ...

Shooting for success: Greyhound basketball hosts summer clinic  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

It may be summer, but class was still in session for Greyhound basketball.

Bring in the band: SASHS Drama Club to perform 'The Music Man'  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

For big dance numbers, incredible music, and a story about redemption, step right up to see Shippensburg high school Drama Club's rendition of “The Music ...

SAMS students deliver timely message during 'Seussical Jr.'  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

“A person's a person, no matter how small.” The Shippensburg community was introduced to the colorful world of Dr. Seuss earlier this month as Shippensburg ...

Shippensburg student talent jazzes up the Luhrs Center  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Musicians and singers from the Shippensburg Area School District and Shippensburg University gave a night to remember during “An Evening of Jazz” Monday ...

Jill L. Dunmire of Wingina, Virginia | Obituaries  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Jill L. Dunmire, 64, of 2528 Union Hill Drive, Wingina, Virginia, passed away Friday, March 29, 2019, at her home in Virginia. She was born June 19, 1954, ...

Shippensburg wins seventh Little Brown Jug game in a row against Big Spring  The Sentinel

SHIPPENSBURG — The Shippensburg Greyhounds will keep the Little Brown Jug for the seventh year in a row with a 27-21 victory over the Big Spring Bulldogs ...

Tale as old as time: SASHS Drama Club presents 'Beauty and the Beast'  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Be their guest! The Shippensburg high school Drama Club presents Disney's “Beauty and the Beast” next week, complete with ambitious sets and numbers in ...

Shippensburg Little League celebrates the start of a new season  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

The overnight downpour that passed through South Central PA Friday night and into Saturday cleared out just in time for Shippensburg Little League opening ...

Shippensburg High School 'Spirit Rocks' defaced by swastikas

rock2.jpeg. One of Shippensburg High School's defaced 'Spirit Rocks', pictured on Friday morning. (Shippensburg School District). Shippensburg Area Senior ...

South Middleton School District hires Strine as new superintendent  The Sentinel

The South Middleton School Board Tuesday appointed Matthew Strine the new superintendent of the school district effective July 1.

24 L-L League boys hoops teams participating in 16 holiday tournaments [list]  LancasterOnline

If you're a hoops fan and also in need of something to do over the holidays, then you came to the right place. Below is a full list of which.

Students to present powerful performance of 'Fiddler on the Roof'  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

The Shippensburg high school Drama Club will present “Fiddler on the Roof” next week in what promises to be a powerful, heart-filled performance.

Cedar Cliff's Avery Winchell commits to Shippensburg | Softball  Carlisle Sentinel

Another of the heroes of the 2017 state playoff run is getting ready to make her mark in the college ranks.

Ramsey, Russell eye state wrestling bids | Local Sports  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

In each of the last five years Shippensburg high school wrestling has has at least one state place-winner. Though all those wrestlers have since graduated, ...

Girls swimming scores third at districts | Local Sports  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

In what is largely an individual sport, the Shippensburg high school girls swim team showed what strong teamwork can do with an outstanding showing at the ...

Shippensburg, Pa., Little League and wrestling coach among Vegas shooting victims

Bill Wolfe Jr. was at the Route 91 Harvest festival with his wife, Robyn, to celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary.

Shippensburg falls in close District 3 Class 5A first round loss to Greencastle-Antrim  The Sentinel

GREENCASTLE — Trailing for much of the fourth quarter, Shippensburg did everything it could to set itself up to win the game late.

Majorette retires batons, marching boots after 53 years | Free Announcements  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Does the sound of a band make you want to grab a baton and march down the street? That's how Bonnie Parr Zinn of Scotland feels when she hears a.

Rodney L. Hoover  Baltimore Sun

Rodney L. Hoover, a retired Randallstown High School physics and general science teacher where he had also been department chair, died Thursday of cancer ...

Conservation District to host free rain barrel workshop  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

The Cumberland County Conservation District is hosting another free Rain Barrel Workshop to residents that live in the Mains Run, Gum Run and Middle Spring ...

Walter Richard Kettering | Obituaries  LancasterOnline

W. R. "Dick" Kettering, Ed.D., passed away on Friday, October 5, 2018 at age 85 surrounded by the love of his family.

Former principal remembered  Carlisle Sentinel

Fred Shilling is remembered as an athlete with a keen sense of humor who championed the cause of teachers and students and loved Shippensburg high ...

New superintendent eager to get started in South Middleton  The Sentinel

Matthew Strine compared the job ahead to sitting on the nose cone of a rocket before it takes off.

SASHS grads embark on the next chapter | Local News  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

It's time for the Shippensburg high school Class of 2016 to shine.

Hounds dismantle Bulldogs in home opener, 75-47 | Local Sports  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

A tidal wave of young talent was on display in the Shippensburg Greyhounds home opener against the Big Spring Bulldogs Friday.

Former Shippensburg High athlete Elijah Harris ready for New Year's Eve mixed martial arts showdown in Harrisburg

Harris, 21, a former wrestler, track and field and football player at Shippensburg High School, is slated to take on Latra Collick in an amateur lightweight title bout ...

Antique shop offers 'Old-N-Things' for Shippensburg  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

If you enjoy a good treasure hunt, or maybe just a walk down memory lane, you'll want to stop by Shippensburg's newest antique shop, Old-N-Things. Located ...

Former Shippensburg runner Neely Spence Gracey is top finishing American woman in Boston Marathon

Former Shippensburg High runner Neely Spence Gracey finished ninth overall in the Boston Marathon Monday. She was the top finishing American woman.

A league of their own: Shippensburg welcomes return of girls' softball  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Shippensburg Area Little League celebrated Opening Day Saturday at Doc Norcross Stadium, and also marked the return of the girls' softball. Pictured are the ...

'Peter & the Starcatcher' is energetic, humorous | Local News  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

The Shippensburg high school Drama Club brought “Peter and the Starcatcher” to life with humor, energetic scenes, and a little imagination.

Little Brown Jug the item of polite rivalry for Big Spring, Shippensburg  The Sentinel

Donald Tritt was there in 1965 when the extra point kick barely missed the uprights in the high school football game between Big Spring and Shippensburg.

Roll call of Vietnam War dead from Cumberland County  The Sentinel

Thirty-four men with Cumberland County ties died in Vietnam from May 1964 to May 1970.

Morgan Fetter, Emily Wenner deliver in RBI World Series  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

RBI Harrisburg reached the semifinals of the RBI Softball World Series in Minneapolis, Minnesota last week, and the Shippensburg duo of Morgan Fetter and ...

Sharrow sets new SASHS 100 meter record | Local Sports  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Greyhound sophomore Alex Sharrow laid claim to the title of faster runner in Shippensburg Area Senior High School history last Thursday after a record ...

Shippensburg Freemason has likeness printed on Brazilian stamp  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Eminent Freemason Thomas W. Jackson, a Shippensburg native, meets leaders all over the world to see what contributions Freemasonry can make in their ...

Shippensburg high school crowns the 2015 Prom King & Queen at Gatsby affair  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Marissa Musser and Bryce Hastings were crowned the Queen and King of the 2015 Shippensburg high school prom Saturday at Beistle Co. This year's theme ...

Trooper Kevin Holford receives Trooper of the Year honor  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Just before 7 a.m. on March 20, 2016, Pennsylvania State Trooper Kevin Holford was on his way to work in Everett like any other day when a call came in.

Baseball Draft: Ship's Travis Ott excited about playing close to home with Nationals  Carlisle Sentinel

SHIPPENSBURG - Travis Ott was busy celebrating his recent high school graduation when he got the news from a handful of family and friends.

Greyhound volleyball shows fight in season finale | Local Sports  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

In their season finale, the Shippensburg high school volleyball team served up their best performance of the season, winning back-to-back sets in a 3-2 loss to a ...

Fourteen to vie for Shippensburg Fair Queen crown  The Sentinel

SHIPPENSBURG – Fourteen girls will vie for the crown during this year's Shippensburg Community Fair Queen contest at 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 20, on the ...

HS Girls Soccer: Sheridan Reid used Camp Hill coaching staff to help land Robert Morris scholarship day after her storied career ends  Carlisle Sentinel

Sometimes it's all about who you know. For Sheridan Reid, that's what it took to find her future home at Robert Morris. The Camp Hill senior, who fueled a District ...

Students wow audience at 'Evening of Jazz' | Local News  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Seven groups from the Shippensburg Area School District and Shippensburg University came together in a parade of musical talent for an “Evening of Jazz” at ...

Big Spring basketball falls to Herd in Carlisle Classic, 58-41  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

For the Big Spring Bulldogs, the 2018-19 season began with a history lesson in Carlisle basketball.

Michael J. Cassidy  The Sentinel

Michael J. Cassidy, age 60 of Newville, passed away Monday, August 11, 2014. He was born Thursday, April 8, 1954 in Chambersburg, the son of the late ...

Letter: Thanks for prom king pick | Letters to the Editor  The Sentinel

Dear Editor: You all don't know us, but the students at Shippensburg High School made Saturday, May 3, the best day of our son's life when Trent Boden was ...

'Fiddler on the Roof' evokes laughter, tears | Local News  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

The Shippensburg High School Drama Club put on a powerful, final production of “Fiddler on the Roof” that left students in tears and full of pride Saturday night.

Waynesboro Dynamite makes deep run in US Youth Soccer President's Cup Championship  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

The Waynesboro Dynamite U18 girls' soccer team capped an outstanding run in the US Youth Soccer President's Cup with a berth in the Regional ...

Man accused of shooting woman in the head while she held child  Chambersburg Public Opinion

ST. THOMAS TOWNSHIP - A Chambersburg man is accused shooting a woman in the head while she was holding a child in the early morning hours of July 19.

Gobble, gobble: Turkey Trot runners support King's Kettle  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

A record-setting 800 runners and walkers burned some calories before indulging in their Thanksgiving meals last Thursday by taking part in the Shippensburg ...

Meet the Cumberland Ag Expo Queen & Junior Queen contestants  The Sentinel

The Cumberland Ag Expo runs Saturday through Aug. 13 at the Newville Lion's Club Fairgrounds at 433 Shippensburg Road, Newville. The Miss Cumberland ...

Shippensburg's New Year's anchor drop a success  Carlisle Sentinel

Despite the overwhelming amount of intoxicated college-age spectators, residents of Shippensburg brought their little ones out for a good time at the annual ...

Camp Preview: Trinity taking Chances on offense in 2016  The Sentinel

CAMP HILL — Trinity football is mixing up some wild ingredients in pursuit of a breakneck offense this season.

Greyhound swimming enters 'new generation' | Local Sports  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

After both the Shippensburg high school boy's and girl's swimming made the jump to the AAA classification in recent seasons, they are finally starting to ...

Police log: Boy's assault caught on video  Chambersburg Public Opinion

A teen faces one count of simple assault after allegedly attacking\u00a0a boy in an encounter last month that was caught on a cell phone video,

Freshmen wrestlers lead Shippenburg over Boiling Springs  GameTimePA

For Shippensburg to pull out a Mid Penn Colonial Division wrestling win over perennial power Boiling Springs, the Greyhounds needed their studs to come ...

H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center celebrates 10th season  Herald-Mail Media

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa.—A trip to the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center is about more than the shows you see onstage. Leslie Folmer Clinton, center director ...

West Shore Twilight Playoffs: Strong pitching continues as Mechanicsburg increases lead on Shippensburg  The Sentinel

SHIPPENSBURG — When it is time for the West Shore Twilight playoffs, it is usually time for the Mechanicsburg pitching staff to set the tone. In Game 1 Tuesday ...

HS track and field: Shippensburg grad Neely Spence Gracey fighting injury, Lyme Disease  The Patriot-News

Distance runners are not supposed to have to clear hurdles. Competitors who run a half-marathon are already proving their athleticism without clearing ...

Shippensburg's Travis Ott outstanding in his 2014 minor league baseball debut  The Patriot-News

Travis Ott, a Shippensburg High School product pitching in the Washington Nationals' organization, made a splashy debut to his 2014 season Saturday night.

58 Killed In Las Vegas: How The Victims Are Being Remembered  Maine Public

Updated Oct. 6 at 6:20 p.m. ET A 20-year-old aspiring nurse who fell into her high school sweetheart's arms. A Navy veteran haunted by the memo.

Jim Dooley remembered by his basketball coaching colleagues as selfless, generous

12347767-standard (1).jpg. Jim Dooley wears his recognizable outfit of blue Oxford short-sleeve shirt, tan khakis and saddle shoes while coaching Delone ...

Greyhound soccer closes injury riddled season with win  The Shippensburg News-Chronicle

Greyhound got three goals from their freshman and four total to win their season finale at James Buchanan Thursday, 4-0.

CVBJ Biz Buzz for January | Biz Buzz |  The Sentinel

The Sentinel offers news and notes from business and industry in the Cumberland Valley:

Teen of the Year 2018: Mechanicsburg senior is changing world one person at a time  The Sentinel

Tears cascaded down Amanda Reisinger's face as her daughter Sage Maguire was named Teen of the Year Wednesday at UPMC Pinnacle Carlisle.

No. 1 Millersville favored in PSAC baseball tournament

Shippensburg, West Chester are also in the eight-team field for the double-elimination affair, which begins Sunday in Butler.

Locals lead Shippensburg U women's indoor track and field team to title

At the conclusion of the middle-distance events at the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships, it was apparently clear ...

The Rev. Jennifer Mattson takes over as priest-in-charge at St. Thomas Episcopal Church  LancasterOnline

St. Thomas Episcopal Church went through a rough patch following the untimely death just before Christmas 2014 of its rector, the Rev. Jonathan Currier, who ...

Teach to the Test: The challenge of ever-changing Keystone exams  The Sentinel

For many area school districts, Keystone exams signify a variety of changes: A change in structure, a change in approach, and, at the moment, an apparent ...

Williamsport Nationals advance to CABA World Series  Herald-Mail Media

The Washington County Teachers Federal Credit Union “MoneyBallers” were the regular-season champions of the Washington County Girls Softball League ...

Remembering: Julia Cox McCarter was devoted to trauma prevention and organ donation  Patriot-News

McCarter, who died this month at 75, was the long-time head of the Pennsylvania arm of the American Trauma Society.

The lives of the Las Vegas shooting victims  Washington Post

Dozens of people were killed in the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, when a gunman opened fire at a country music festival. Here are the stories of those ...

Las Vegas Shooting Victims Remembered by Friends, Family  Wall Street Journal

At least 59 people were killed after a gunman opened fire from a hotel room 32 floors above an outdoor country music festival Sunday night in Las Vegas.

'Nexus to criminal activity': Dozens of crimes have taken place at local motel in 6 months  Chambersburg Public Opinion

Police say Motel 6 seems to be 'nexus' of criminal activity, with dozens of crimes reported since January.

Two local wrestlers advance to PIAA semifinals; Wildcats end outstanding season | News, Sports, Jobs  Lock Haven Express

HERSHEY - Day two of the PIAA state wrestling championships may be the hardest for every wrestler in it, but every wrestler had high hopes heading into the ...

Neely Spence a three-time Division II 5K national champion

When it comes to running the 5000 meters, or any distance race for that matter, Neely Spence is methodical, meticulous and a pure strategist.

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