Contact Information 
District Office
1402 E. Main St.
Waynesboro, PA 17268
Telephone: (717) 749-7384
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. M-F

Satellite Offices
Hamilton Township Building
1270 Crottlestown Road
Chambersburg, PA 17202
Telephone: (717) 263-1053
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday and Wednesday
Antrim Township Building
10655 Antrim Church Road
Greencastle, PA 17225
Telephone: (717) 895-3902
10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday

Capitol Office
Room 150-B, East Wing
PO Box 202090
Harrisburg PA 17120-2090   
Telephone:  (717) 783-5218
Fax:  (717) 782-2903
In The News
WAYNESBORO – In his continuing effort to discuss important issues with his constituents, Rep. Paul Schemel (R-Franklin) is holding a town hall meeting on Thursday, Nov. 15, that will focus on a proposal to expand the nursing practice in Pennsylvania.
from HARRISBURG, Pa. — With just six to eight days remaining in its 2018 session, the Pennsylvania General Assembly continues to grapple with whether and how to allow additional lawsuits filed by victims of child sexual abuse.
from the (Johnstown) Tribune-Democrat: HARRISBURG – Even before lawmakers return to the Capitol for the fall session, there’s controversy surrounding what they might – or might not – accomplish in responding to the state grand jury report on child abuse.
From Herald Mail WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Experts said the time to make decisions about elder care is before they actually need to be made.
From Echo-Pilot A capacity crowd attended a concealed carry seminar March 19 at Greencastle Sportsmans Association. The event was hosted by Rep. Paul Schemel. Since it was so popular, he may hold another session next year.
The audience of 20 was fairly consistent in its opinion on the legalization of medical marijuana in Pennsylvania. The constituents of Rep. Paul Schemel were in favor of it, and shared anecdotal evidence on why it should be available to people suffering from a wide variety of conditions.
Rep. Paul Schemel appeared on WHP TV’s “Face The State” program to discuss his legislation which would effectively end much of the government subsidy that Planned Parenthood receives in Pennsylvania.
A town hall meeting about medical marijuana where only supporters show up could be expected in a state like California or Colorado, but what about in Franklin County, Pennsylvania?
A Franklin County, Pa., lawmaker is crafting legislation that would potentially lower state funding to Planned Parenthood in favor of primary-care providers.
Lawmakers from Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia came together Friday to discuss shared concerns at the 26th annual Quad State Legislative Conference.
There are disagreements among Pennsylvania residents concerning resolutions to tax issues.