A RELAXING SECOND ACT

If you want to lose weight, quit smoking or lead a more stress-free life, you could contact Jennifer Stumpf for

Chocolate … Lancaster-style!

The connection between chocolate and Valentine’s Day was a result of the newly found availability of edible chocolate treats. In

Planting Forward

For gardeners, the mantra is “next year.” Well, if the non-stop arrival of gardening catalogues is any indication, next year

Alive and Ticking

Lancaster County’s history of watchmaking is not solitary in its importance. Cities like Waltham, Massachusetts, and Elgin, Illinois, rivaled Lancaster’s

FOR THE LOVE OF ALPACAS

 After graduating from high school, Sue Zurin became a payroll & billing clerk at Gerberich-Payne Shoe Co. in Mount Joy.

All Aboard for Christmas!

In the eyes of some eager youngsters — and nostalgic old-timers — a train is as synonymous with Christmas as

Wine and Weather

Weather has a decided impact on grapes. Poor weather early in the season can affect how the plants grow and
Like their father, Ed (center), Gene (left) and Jim (right) Schopf became teachers and farmers. They probably inherited their love of entertaining the 100,000 guests who visit Field of Screams each year from him, as well.
Like their father, Ed (center), Gene (left) and Jim (right) Schopf became teachers and farmers. They probably inherited their love of entertaining the 100,000 guests who visit Field of Screams each year from him, as well.

Like Father, Like Sons

Field of Screams is celebrating its 25th season this year. Owners Jim and Gene Schopf credit their success to hard