The school district is examining potential alternatives if the schedule for converting the existing high school into a middle school doesn’t cooperate.
High school sophomore Julia Scarton and her mother, LuAnn, provide treats for people with certain dietary limitations.
Peters Township resident Jennifer Kehm co-founded the organization in the years following her diagnosis and treatment.
The federal CARES Act provides funding to help mitigate the financial impact on municipalities in addressing concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The nonprofit organization, which offers equine therapy programs, is returning farm animals to the historic site.
Millersville University freshman Mary Albert put in hundreds of hours over four years toward her achievement.
Nancy and Joe Tray are hosting a Nov. 6 drive in honor of their daughter Maddelina, who was hospitalized for 40 days after her birth.
The annual Pennies for the Trail Day helps cover the costs of supplies as volunteers maintain the popular recreational path.
The relative sense of social isolation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic only compounds issues surrounded by the fear of contracting the virus.
The Lutz Farm Plan of Lots, with residences $500,000-and-up range, is proposed to be built on property bisected by Thomas Road.
Virtual lessons have helped keep David’s Music House going in the face of limitations caused by COVID-19.
The plan allows for spectators at sporting events, where social distancing and the wearing of masks continue to be required.
Contests for children lead up to an Oct. 4 open house, followed by the launch of a series of educational sessions and the Citizens Fire Academy.
Certain limitations with regard to the requisite equipment could have a bearing on the implementation of 5G locally.
Faye Klein’s Real Life Rescue cards promote pet adoption from shelters, with part of the proceeds going to Angel Ridge Animal Rescue.
With students returning to school, a group of Peters Township mothers decided to give them something they actually may want to wear.
Co-founders Paul and Donna Fox are welcoming new participants as the group’s fall semester starts.
Members of Girl Scouts Troop 52480 plan to mount the shelters for the benefit of feathered friends on Sept. 29.
Although programs have been modified because of COVID-19, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission’s educational component still is going strong.
The cost of a conceptual plan, market assessment and development of a business plan for a public pool and related amenities is $65,500.
Residents of the Orchard Hilands neighborhood, located next to McMurray Elementary School, take their concerns about bus traffic to township council.
When Peters Township students returned to school Monday, the majority of them actually returned to school, for the first time since March 13.