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firstname.lastname@example.orgAnd the winner is .... “Mr. Congeniality” by the sophomore theater students of the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts. Three entries by students from the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts, each a parody of major motion pictures, were...
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email@example.comAfter five years of declining activity, Franklin County, Pa., experienced an uptick in the number of building permits issued in 2012 for new homes. Countywide, 217 permits were issued last year, compared to 179 in 2011, according to data from the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKervin Rameau would never be confused with Tom Hanks, but he knows a thing or two about the concept of “Big.” But while Hanks played a 12-year-old who uses a quarter in a arcade machine to size up in a grownups’ world, Rameau used a...
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email@example.comDespite the recent winter snow, spring is right around the corner and that means it’s time for the 30th annual Franklin County Builders Show. “The builders show is a rite of spring. When the builders show is here, you know spring is not far...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Franklin County (Pa.) Builders Show will return next month to Waynesboro for the second time in its 29 years. More than 200 vendors are expected to participate in the show, which is scheduled for March 16-18. It will be held in the former EZ Dumper...
One of the most immortal quotes about America’s grand old game came from a totally fictional movie character. “There’s no crying in baseball.” That line, spoken by Tom Hanks (as Jimmy Dugan) in “A League Of Their Own,&...
email@example.comFranklin County, Pa., continues to experience a downward trend in new home construction, with only 71 building permits for new homes issued in the first half of the year. Ten times as many permits were issued in the same six-month period five years ago,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgGone are the dog fences, vacuums, flagpoles, Bobcat vehicles and alarm system displays, as Franklin County (Pa.) Builders Show vendors packed them up with the promotional pens, fly swatters and seat cushions. The 29th annual, three-day show came to a...
email@example.comIt’s spring if the Builders Show is in town. “The Builders Show is the rite of spring. You know spring is here when it’s the Franklin County Builders Show,” said Tom Hanks, executive director of the Franklin County Builders...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPizza ovens. Solar technology and geothermal energy. Outdoor dining rooms. Vendors are cooking up a whole new set of ways to impress potential customers as they prepare their displays for this weekend’s Franklin County (Pa.) Builders Show. A...
email@example.comThe Franklin County (Pa.) Builders Show wrapped up its first year in Waynesboro on Sunday. Organizers say it's too soon to determine where the 2012 show will be held, but they appreciate hospitality from Waynesboro's elected officials, emergency...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt may have been the first time that the three-day Franklin County Builders Show was held outside the Chambersburg area, but that didn't keep the crowds away. "I'm just tickled to death. It's just wall-to-wall people. I just think it's wonderful," said...
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