February 27, 2019
Franklin County Employee of the Month for February: Stacie Horvath
The Franklin County Commissioners on behalf of the STAR Committee proudly present the Employee of the Month award to Ms. Stacie Horvath.
February 26, 2019
Mental Health/Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities/Early Intervention Administrator Appointed
The Franklin County Commissioners are pleased to announce the appointment of Stacey Brookens as MH/IDD/EI Administrator, effective February 21, 2019.
February 15, 2019
Greencastle Magisterial District Court Office Reopens
Magisterial District Court 39-3-05 will reopen for business at 401 S. Washington Street, Greencastle on Thursday, February 21.
February 07, 2019
New County Election Board & Solicitor Appointed & Candidate Packets Now Available
Due to the three current County Commissioners running for re-election, President Judge Carol L. Van Horn has signed an Order of Court appointing members of the Franklin County Board of Elections for the year 2019.
February 04, 2019
Franklin County Employee of the Month for January 2019
The Franklin County Commissioners on behalf of the Special Thanks And Recognition Committee (STAR) proudly present the Employee of the Month award to Ms. Sarah Hamel.
January 18, 2019
Franklin County Working to Address Homelessness
Franklin County is conducting a Point-In-Time Count between January 23rd and 24th. This count will help to identify, understand, and better address the needs of those who are currently experiencing homelessness.
January 14, 2019
Franklin County Preserves 132 Acres of Farmland
The Franklin County Board of Commissioners preserved two more Franklin County farms through the Pennsylvania Agricultural Conservation Easement Purchase Program.
December 20, 2018
Franklin County Employee of the Month for December 2018
The Franklin County Commissioners on behalf of the STAR Committee proudly present the Employee of the Month award to Ms. Misty Weaver.
December 19, 2018
Save-A-Vet, Save-A-Pet Program Matches Rescue Dog with Local Veteran
Franklin County Veterans Affairs recently presented a local veteran with a trained service dog through the Operation Save-A-Vet, Save-A-Pet program.