By the time of his death in 1984, Philip Van Doren Stern was a respected Civil War historian, author and editor.
The skishoe, a snow shoe/cross-country ski product launched last year by Trackers Skishoes, a start-up based in Milton, is gearing up for its next production run and a revised design.
Readers share their thoughts on previous issues.
As Betsy Rider prepares to sell her business, and step down, she takes time to recall some of her career—and personal—highlights.
Evolution of an Organization, Regional Buzz, Winter 2015.
Hilde Lysiak, one of four daughters of Matthew and Bridget Lysiak, said that in the future she doesn't want to be just a reporter, she wants to own and publish her own newspaper.
When Benjamin T. Moyer started his furniture business in 1934, there were a dozen furniture stores in Sunbury. The business celebrates its 80th birthday this year, with grandson David Moyer at the helm.
Located at the corner of Chestnut and Eighth Streets in the old Mifflinburg Body Works, later Yorktowne Cabinetry, it was recently my great pleasure to tour the new brew pub and restaurant with fellow board members from Mifflinburg Heritage and Revitalization Association, (MHRA).
The event marks the culmination of a two-year planning effort that began with Congressman Lou Barletta's announcement at Autoneum North America's plant in Bloomsburg.
Last January, Sen. Toomey, who admits to possessing a sweet tooth, was appointed the job of keeping the Senate's Candy Desk stocked with goodies—an opportunity, he says, to promote Pennsylvania’s candy manufacturers.