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Past articles by Justina:

Area kids renovate and repair homes for people in need

Students in Franklin County got their hands dirty and lent a helping hand in the community. → Read More

Goodwill gives people an inside look in its facilities

Starting this month, Horizon Goodwill Industries will offer group tours to the public as a part of their 'More than Just a Store Tour,' giving people an inside look at their facilities and the impact the company has made in the community. → Read More

Local conference honors late civil rights leader James Tolbert

In this centennial year of the ending of WWI, people in Jefferson County payed homage to African American soldiers. → Read More

First responders honored for their heroic efforts

A handful of first responders in Washington County were honored for their heroic efforts in the community. → Read More

Are more millennials forgetting to leave the tip?

Being a server may look easy but according to the ones behind the apron, sometimes it does not pay off. → Read More

Over 500 people help to create mosaic murals

For five days, the people of Charles Town got their hands dirty to create two large mosaic murals, using tiles and scrap pieces collected by the community. → Read More

Sleep lab opens at Viking Way Commons

Health experts in Martinsburg have opened up a new sleep center to assist those who struggle with getting a little shut eye. → Read More

Suicide attempts among children in the U.S. have increased

New research shows that suicide attempts among children in the U.S. have increased over the last decade. → Read More

New recovery home opens in Franklin County

A new recovery home in Chambersburg is touching the lives of local women. → Read More

E. coli outbreak traced to romaine lettuce

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 35 people across 11 different states became sick after consuming chopped romaine lettuce out of Yuma, Arizona. → Read More

The Health & Human Services Collaborative works to break barriers

The Health & Human Services Collaborative is working to decrease poverty and strengthen the workforce in Berkeley County. → Read More

First of its kind, State of the Chamber meeting

The Washington County Chamber of Commerce held its State of the Chamber meeting to review the organization's accomplishments and future goals. → Read More

Easter shopping drives up retail sales

Easter is quickly approaching, and the popular holiday is driving numbers up in retail sales. → Read More

How to stay safe during hazardous road conditions

This week marked the start of spring, but it seems like spring hasn't sprung just yet. With the snowy conditions, AAA has put out a few tips for drivers on the roads. → Read More

Apple Inc. partners with Chambersburg Area Career Magnet School

As a part of a research project with Apple Inc., the Chambersburg Area Career Magnet School (CMS) was one of 10 schools chosen to participate in a study to advance student learning. → Read More

The correlation between diet and depression

In a study released by the American Academy of Neurology, research suggests that people who eat vegetables, fruits and whole grains, may have lower rates of depression over time. → Read More

Jefferson County Museum adds new exhibits

Each year around this time, the Jefferson County Museum opens their doors back up to the public for the warm season. To kick off their reopening, the museum is celebrating minority artwork by adding a new exhibit called Four African American Artists from Jefferson County. → Read More

The Center of Balance opens in Greencastle

From the outside, a two-car garage, but the inside is a place of relaxation & rejuvenation. → Read More

The Black Box Arts Center host "24-hour Theaterfest"

The Black Box Arts Center is counting down for their 24-hour Theaterfest, a one of a kind experience where teams of playwrights and directors get a cast together and perform for the town. → Read More

Dozens line up in Donut Alley

This week, many of us are celebrating Fat Tuesday a day that gives people the chance to indulge in some sweet goodies. → Read More