Milestone Year for the Ephrata Fair

Fair season is finally here, and it’s one of my favorite times of the year! The sights, the sounds, the

Magical Sunflowers

As we head into August, there is one crop that really draws a crowd. It’s not something grown on many

Learning About Native American History

My daughter was working on a school project that entailed building a shelter inspired by a Native American structure. I

A New Bridge for the Enola Low Grade

A new bridge is spanning the gap over Route 222 (Beaver Valley Pike) in Quarryville. It sits on the footprint

Lancaster Sertoma Chicken Barbecue

For the past 65 years, Lancastrians have been treated to a taste of summer, courtesy of the Lancaster Sertoma Club.

Spring Cleaning

April is a great month to get out and enjoy the views along the Northwest Lancaster County River Trail. Riverfront

Spring Arrives March 20!

I don’t know about you, but I’ll be glad to see spring arrive. For some reason, the winter months always

Iron Valley Tubing

The hills that border Lancaster and Lebanon counties have a long history of iron mining. Remnants of that industry are