The Lower Allen Township would like to remind all residents and visitors that all township parks are closed due to COVID-19. The only exception to the closure is that walking and biking trails remain open. Please remember to maintain social distancing while walking. Thank you for your cooperation during these unprecedented times
North Middleton Township Update COVID-19 (Coronavirus) As part of the national effort to contain the spread of COVID-19, North Middleton Township has elected to close the Township Office, Police Department Office, Public Works Office, Tax Collector Office and the North Middleton Authority Office to public access until further notice. All Municipal employees will report to work as usual. All business with any office will be handled via email, telephone, and/or U.S. Mail. Any business that must be conducted in person shall be done by appointment only.
As part of the national effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Commissioners of Lower Allen Township have elected to close the Township Municipal Services Center (MSC) and Public Works office for a period of two weeks, beginning Monday March 16th. The situation will be monitored, and the closure may be extended as necessary.
After many meetings and conversations with local officials, the decision has been made to take as many safety precautions as possible to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In order to keep our employees safe and 'flatten the curve' of the virus, our department will be taking necessary precautions which are as follows:
Shippensburg Police Department had a Mazda key with a leather tag with Bentley on it at the Shippensburg Corn Festival. Key was found on Penn Street. Owner can claim the key at the Shippensburg Police Department.
Shippensburg Police would like to advise the public that the family involved is safe and the suspect is in custody. This is an on going investigation. There is NO danger to the public. This is the only information that is being released at this time. The Amber Alert and the BOLO has been cancelled.
On 2/15/2019, a North Middleton Township resident reported his bank debit card was compromised (without being stolen) and used at a Gamestop (Harrisburg High Pointe Commons) and Five Guys by a black male wearing a gray Tommy Hilfiger sweatshirt and blue jeans. The total amount used was approx.. $535.84. Anyone with information on the identity of the pictured black male should contact North Middleton Township Police Department @ (717)243-7910.