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Maryland WeatherAt least one of the teams searching for any remnants of last week's Mason-Dixon meteor has narrowed their focus to a relatively small area of Lancaster County, Pa., roughly between Rte. 272 and the Susquehanna River.Using the York Water Co.......
Dining@LargeMaybe organic and Amish go together after all. The Irvine Nature Center in Owings Mills opens a brand-new farmers' market today, with produce and meats provided by the Lancaster Farm Fresh Cooperative, a nonprofit organic farmers cooperative of 64...
Q: The planned Turnpike car-charging stations you wrote about some time ago raise a few questions. How much will the Turnpike Commission be charging car owners to 'charge up' their plug-in hybrid or electric cars? Are there reliable studies showing that a...
In the very best moment of Jessica Dickey's "The Amish Project," the new solo show at American Theater Company performed by Sadieh Rifai, a telling truth is observed about what invariably happens when an outsider — an "English" in Amish...
Tags: Anna Deavere Smith, Amish, Arts and Culture
It's been five years since Pennsylvania government stepped out of the shadows by rewriting its open records law to give citizens much more access to how governments operate and spend public money. Many people, including me, believe the new Right-to-...
Tags: Labor Legislation, Dominic Pileggi, Laws, Lawyers, Human Rights
Everyone in the Lehigh Valley who missed the opportunity to break out of cabin fever because of the "postponement" of the 2013 Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show in Harrisburg is about to get a huge sign of spring. The revival of the Lehigh Valley...
The mysterious building at Lowry Air Force Base was surrounded by fortifications and barbed wire, with no-nonsense air police carrying machine guns and holding the leashes of ferocious German shepherds. The base no longer exists and that building,...
Tags: Firearms, Laws, Mexico, Interior Policy, Assault
On May 3, students and staff members at Salem Avenue Elementary School participated in the “Salem Stars of Tomorrow” talent show. Teacher Chris Grove was entertaining as the master of ceremonies. The show consisted of 30 acts, including...
When Somerset County Pomona Grangers met April 28 for its spring "youth night" meeting, the evening provided another memorable occasion for our County Grange family, as well as for an outstanding North Star High School senior who was recognized as...
On Feb. 28, the Salem Avenue kindergarten classes presented the program “In the Pages of a Book.” Each of the five classes dressed in colors of the rainbow or animal characters. The students performed songs such as, “Twinkle, Twinkle...
If you find your appetite ruined when a restaurant won't honor your Groupon or similar discount coupon, you may not have to eat your loss. Groupon and at least one competitor, DoubleTakeDeals, have refund policies that could help you get your money back....
After learning how to tie flies three years ago, 16-year-old Mark Vargas of Stewartsville, N.J., got serious about it. Vargas joined the Hokendauqua chapter of Trout Unlimited after taking the group's annual, and highly popular, fly-tying class and has...
Tags: Trout, Firearms, Hunting, Chris Perry, Environmental Issues
Jul 13, 2009 |Blog| Baltimore Sun
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Jun 21, 2012 |Column| Daily American
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Feb 25, 2012 |Column| Allentown Morning Call
Dec 13, 2011 |Column| Allentown Morning Call
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