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When KateLynne Hummel’s baby had stopped growing at 25 weeks and her heart rate began to drop, staff at Chambersburg Hospital knew they had to act quickly to respond to her changing condition.

Lisa Hamaker & Patient

When you’re sick and go to an urgent or walk-in care facility, you expect to leave with something more than sage advice on how to start feeling better – like an antibiotic.


Local runners from a holiday-themed fun run, hosted by Summit Health will help steer local services at a therapeutic riding center through the New Year.

The Christmas Cash Dash, held November 10, raised more than $5,000. The proceeds have been donated to the Franklin County 4-H Therapeutic...

Winter storm Harper may have brought snow, ice, and winds to the region, but she wasn’t strong enough to stop little Alianna Mae Lee from making her grand entrance.

Franklin County residents are asked to assist with a Community Health Needs Assessment by answering phone calls they receive in coming weeks from Franklin & Marshall College’s Center for Opinion Research.

Fawn Stitely and Dana Hull

In 2007, fourth-grade teacher Fawn Stitely started experiencing symptoms of perimenopause. By the end of 2014, she was miserable.