CELEBRATING LANCASTER COUNTY'S PEOPLE, SCENERY,

HERITAGE, STYLE & POINT OF VIEW SINCE 1987.

October 2014

Pan-Seared Calf’s Liver with Bacon Lentils, Sautéed Greens and Caramelized Onion-Balsamic-Vinegar Sauce

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A Peggy Party!

Peggy Walls loves to throw parties. Last year’s Halloween party demonstrated the lengths she goes to “stage” her themed events. Peggy is a former teacher turned Realtor (she’s with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices). ...Read More

Enola Low Grade Rail Trail

Something for Everyone A year ago, Manor Township’s riverside low-grade rail trail made its much-anticipated debut. According to the township’s manager, Barry Smith, the trail’s reception has surpassed expectations. “The range ...Read More

In The “Loop”

It’s no surprise that Lancaster City has become a popular place to visit and live. What has also become evident is that it needed an organization to effectively convey everything ...Read More

National Honor for A&E Audiology

The SCORE Foundation, which mentors America’s small businesses and serves more than 350,000 clients annually, recently honored A&E Audiology & Hearing Center as an Outstanding Woman-Owned Small Business, an award ...Read More

Welcoming Fall

Jill Hoffines-Erb, owner of Floral Designs of Mount Joy, learned through attending trade shows that Lancaster County leads the way with regard to the fall-decorating trend that pays homage to ...Read More

Mysteries of the River Town

Whatever notions you may have of Columbia, toss them away right now. Get in your car and pay a visit to the town. Put your feet on the ground and ...Read More

Meet the 2022 SCORE Small Business Award Winners

This year’s SCORE Small Business Awards recognized five local businesses that demonstrated resiliency, leadership and excellence in the face of

Living in a Natural World

When Stacy Martin and Kevin Lehman moved to suburbia six years ago, the property they purchased provided them with a

Perfect Pots: A Grassroots Enterprise Blooms

With Longwood Gardens as her playground, a grandmother whose gardens served as a classroom and a mother who operated a

Plant Shopping For a Cause

May is when gardeners get serious about buying plants. By early June, they’re putting the finishing touches on their gardens,

Dine and Shop in Brickerville

The Brickerville House and its shops have become a dining/shopping destination. “People enjoy the restaurant’s historic atmosphere. They dine here

Front Porch Baking Co.: Grain Forward

Earlier this year, Food & Wine magazine presented a state-by-state rundown of the best forward-thinking bread bakers in the country.

Hummingbirds!

Continuing last month’s column on attracting songbirds to the garden, the focus this month is on the special characteristics and

Painting the River Towns En Plein Air

Sixty local and regional artists are taking their work outdoors to capture the beauty of the Susquehanna River and surrounding