March 19, 2009
Church requests closure of Broad Street for block party WAYNESBORO, Pa. - St. Mary's Episcopal Church requested that South Broad Street be closed from East Second Street to Pen Mar Street on June 20 for a block party. The Waynesboro Borough Council on Wednesday granted the closure from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. "Traffic on East Second will not be interrupted," Borough Manager Lloyd Hamberger said. Superintendent to serve as commencement speaker MONT ALTO, Pa. - Greencastle-Antrim School District Superintendent C. Gregory Hoover will serve as the commencement speaker this spring at Penn State Mont Alto, college officials announced in a news release.
August 15, 2009
Brechbill & Helman Construction Co. CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Brechbill & Helman Construction Co. Inc. has been awarded a design-build contract by Women In Need Inc. for a new facility to consolidate their existing shelter and administration buildings. Women In Need works with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Franklin and Fulton counties by working with the community to obtain safety for victims of violence. Brechbill and Helman also has been awarded a design-build, best-value contract for a vehicle and equipment wash building by the County Commissioners of Carroll County, Md. The facility will be in Westminster, Md., with completion scheduled for January 2010.
November 14, 1996
11/14/96 By LAURA ERNDE Staff Writer McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - A business boom at JLG Industries has thrust rural Fulton County, Pa., into the spotlight for creation of manufacturing jobs in Pennsylvania. Between 1990 and 1995, Fulton County's manufacturing employment base grew by 46 percent, according to a recent study by Bell Atlantic and Penn State. That was a larger increase than any other county in the state. "We knew, certainly, that manufacturing jobs were increasing, but we didn't realize it would make the county No. 1 in the Commonwealth," said Margaret Taylor, executive director of the Fulton County Economic Development Corp.
August 27, 1997
By LISA GRAYBEAL Staff Writer, Chambersburg McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - The 850 workers who will lose their jobs at JLG Industries Inc. beginning Sept. 5 have been invited to a meeting from 1 to 4 p.m. today, at which they will get information on unemployment benefits, retraining and insurance. Six speakers from the state Department of Labor's dislocated worker unit will address JLG employees at American Legion Post No. 561, 411 N. Fifth St., McConnellsburg. Local colleges and other training institutes will also have tables set up where representatives will be available to talk to workers.
August 12, 2002
McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - JLG Industries recently announced the appointment of a new company officer and the promotions of two other officers. -- Israel Celli was appointed as a company officer with the title of vice president of international sales, marketing and customer support. Celli will continue to be responsible for all international sales, sales support, marketing and service operations in Europe, Asia/Pacific, Latin America and developing markets. Celli joined JLG in 2000 as general manager of the Latin America sector and was subsequently named vice president of international sales in 2001.
August 5, 2009
McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. -- The latest Pentagon contract awarded to the parent company of JLG Industries Inc. in McConnellsburg will bring more work to the Fulton County (Pa.) plant but not more jobs, a spokesman said Wednesday. Wisconsin-based Oshkosh Corp. received a $1.06 billion contract from the Pentagon to build 1,700 additional Mine Resistant Ambush Protected All-Terrain Vehicles or MRAP-ATVs for the war in Afghanistan. JLG spokesman Jeff Ford said this contract is an extension of the order placed by the Pentagon in late June, which allowed JLG to recall as many as 650 employees to plants across the United States.
January 14, 2011
JLG Industries Inc., an Oshkosh Corp. company and a leading manufacturer of aerial work platforms and telescopic material handlers, recently announced that its LiftPod personal portable lift will be featured in the January issue of Building Operations Management magazine as a top product. The magazine's Top Products Awards, which recognize the most popular manufacturers and suppliers of the year, are determined by building and facility executives who participated in a national survey.
January 5, 2000
JLG Industries Inc., the largest employer in Fulton County, Pa., said Wednesday it is moving 50 of its employees into 20,000 square feet of office space in Washington County. cont. from front page JLG employees will finish moving into Fountainhead Plaza on Pennsylvania Avenue north of the city limits by the end of the month, said Tom Riford, marketing director for the Hagerstown-Washington County Economic Development Commission. The building is about 30 miles southeast of the headquarters of the McConellsburg, Pa.-based company, Riford said.