Troy S. Okum - News Editor
Hillary Clinton’s loss sparked protests and outrage in cities across the country, but the people’s disappointment does not stop with Donald Trump winning the White House
Political outsider Donald Trump (R) won the presidential election last night, giving a victory speech at 3 a.m., and thanking rival Hillary Clinton (D) for calling him and conceding the contest.
Fliers on the doorstep and envelopes in the mailbox — Shippensburg saw its share of “get out the vote” literature, reminding people to vote and which polling station they can go to cast their ballot.
Shippensburg University and Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) administrators thanked students for their patience during the strike and said operations will return to normal.
Shippensburg University students took a class project and turned it into a day of jubilation in an effort to get their peers to the voting booth on Election Day.
Political debates are usually televised slugfests — game shows with no winners — and the 2016 presidential election cycle has been no different.
Union coaches and the state system made a tentative agreement for a new contract Thursday, ending a 16-month streak of working without a contract.
Two fire companies responded to a vehicle fire just after 10 p.m. at 20 N. Queen St. Tuesday.
The strike is over and the faculty have a tentative contract, but students, faculty and the rest of the state system face continued obstacles involving finances and quality education.
Thousands of Shippensburg area residents went to King Street on Friday to view the annual Halloween parade despite cold winds and light rain.