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Thank you for stopping by. Through my "Let's Go Places" reports I look forward to spotlighting "positive people", "positive places" and "positive events" throughout the Midstate that sometimes get overlooked. Some of the topics will be serious, some fun, and of course, some silly. After all, I'm the reporter!


After 35 years of forecasting weather at WHTM-TV (abc27) in Harrisburg, PA, Chuck Rhodes "hung up his barometer" for good in May 2008, then moved down the hall to begin his new career as a feature reporter.

The job he took originally with abc27 (then WTPA-TV) in 1973 was his first in television broadcasting. His early duties included anchoring and reporting news but when assigned to do weather forecasts, he soon became a viewer favorite.  Chuck brought a unique blend of warmth and humor to his forecasts, leading to his being voted the "top television personality" and "favorite weather forecaster" by the readers of Harrisburg Magazine several years in a row.

A native of Lewistown, PA, Chuck served four years in the United States Navy and upon his discharge in 1970, earned his degree in Radio-Television Broadcasting from Penn State University.

Away from his broadcasting duties, Chuck enjoys jazz, yard work, and hiking with his golden retriever.  He is also involved with fund-raising for United Cerebral Palsy, Hospice of Central Pennsylvania, Perry County Literacy Council, and the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society. Chuck resides outside of Duncannon, PA with his wife, Carol.
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  • Perry County Man Gets Charge Out of Commute

    Perry County Man Gets Charge Out of Commute

    Perry County Man Gets Charge Out of Commute

    Friday, July 25 2014 10:09 AM EDT2014-07-25 14:09:35 GMT
    On the outside, it looks like any other pickup truck, until you look under the cargo cover."We have twelve 200 amp hour sealed lead acid batteries," explained Gary Nye, pointing to a truck bed full of batteries, wired in series. It's the power source foran electric motor in what was once a gasoline engine vehicle.Nye said he was inspired to make the power conversion every time he filled the gas tank of his SUV. He saw it as a way to save on his daily commute between Landisburg and Carlisle"I ...More >>
    On the outside, it looks like any other pickup truck, until you look under the cargo cover."We have twelve 200 amp hour sealed lead acid batteries," explained Gary Nye, pointing to a truck bed full of batteries, wired in series. It's the power source foran electric motor in what was once a gasoline engine vehicle.Nye said he was inspired to make the power conversion every time he filled the gas tank of his SUV. He saw it as a way to save on his daily commute between Landisburg and Carlisle"I ...More >>
  • Teenagers Earn Their Wings in Lebanon County

    Teenagers Earn Their Wings in Lebanon County

    Teenagers Earn Their Wings in Lebanon County

    Monday, July 21 2014 9:20 AM EDT2014-07-21 13:20:20 GMT
    At Farmer's Pride Airport in Fredericksburg, it was a summer school like none other. Nine days of learning about and flying glider planes. A unique chance for 16 Civil Air Patrol cadets to expand their abilities in aeronautics and in life.James Linker, Director, Civil Air Patrol Northeast Region,said the participants learn critical thinking skills that carry over into any walk of life."Primarily, it's an aviation exercise," said Linker, "but it's a great skill-building exercise too."Before, d...More >>
    At Farmer's Pride Airport in Fredericksburg, it was a summer school like none other. Nine days of learning about and flying glider planes. A unique chance for 16 Civil Air Patrol cadets to expand their abilities in aeronautics and in life.James Linker, Director, Civil Air Patrol Northeast Region,said the participants learn critical thinking skills that carry over into any walk of life."Primarily, it's an aviation exercise," said Linker, "but it's a great skill-building exercise too."Before, d...More >>
  • Autoharp Gathering in Perry County Draws Worldwide Participants

    Autoharp Gathering in Perry County Draws Worldwide Participants

    Autoharp Gathering in Perry County Draws Worldwide Participants

    Friday, July 11 2014 11:08 AM EDT2014-07-11 15:08:08 GMT
    For five days at the end of June, it was all things Autoharp at Little Buffalo State Park near Newport."We have people from Germany, Italy, Japan, France, Canada and from almost every state," said Neal Walters, Director of the 24th Annual Mountain Laurel Autoharp Gathering.Throughout the festival, workshops focused on playing techniques geared for all talent levels for the multi-stringed instrument from the zither family. There was even a seminar on how to play in front of an audience.Worksho...More >>
    For five days at the end of June, it was all things Autoharp at Little Buffalo State Park near Newport."We have people from Germany, Italy, Japan, France, Canada and from almost every state," said Neal Walters, Director of the 24th Annual Mountain Laurel Autoharp Gathering.Throughout the festival, workshops focused on playing techniques geared for all talent levels for the multi-stringed instrument from the zither family. There was even a seminar on how to play in front of an audience.Worksho...More >>
  • Dickinson College Experience Includes Cows and Plows

    Dickinson College Experience Includes Cows and Plows

    Dickinson College Experience Includes Cows and Plows

    Monday, July 7 2014 9:54 AM EDT2014-07-07 13:54:09 GMT
    At first glance, it just looks like another beautiful farm in Cumberland county. But this 50 acre spread near Boiling Springs has roots in academia.It's Dickinson College Farm. 12 acres of organic vegetables and 18 acres of animal pasture with supervised student employees and volunteers tackling the daily chores.Farm Manager Jenn Halpin says working on the farm has many benefits for the students involved."I think, through the work in the hot sun and in all the elements, whether it's a beautif...More >>
    At first glance, it just looks like another beautiful farm in Cumberland county. But this 50 acre spread near Boiling Springs has roots in academia.It's Dickinson College Farm. 12 acres of organic vegetables and 18 acres of animal pasture with supervised student employees and volunteers tackling the daily chores.Farm Manager Jenn Halpin says working on the farm has many benefits for the students involved."I think, through the work in the hot sun and in all the elements, whether it's a beautif...More >>
  • Adams County Pianist Recalls Friendships with Jazz Legends

    Adams County Pianist Recalls Friendships with Jazz Legends

    Adams County Pianist Recalls Friendships with Jazz Legends

    Wednesday, July 2 2014 9:01 AM EDT2014-07-02 13:01:32 GMT
    For Littlestown pianist Herb Sell, sitting at a piano is his comfort zone."Sometimes I get up in the morning and realize I've been playing for two hours and realize half the day is gone," said Sell.And, at 85 years old, the master pianist has mastered the playing styles of many of the greats."I like to play different styles and that's what I do," he said, effortlessly transitioning from boogie-woogie to swing music.His love of jazz piano and the blues began as a boy, then blossomed as a piani...More >>
    For Littlestown pianist Herb Sell, sitting at a piano is his comfort zone."Sometimes I get up in the morning and realize I've been playing for two hours and realize half the day is gone," said Sell.And, at 85 years old, the master pianist has mastered the playing styles of many of the greats."I like to play different styles and that's what I do," he said, effortlessly transitioning from boogie-woogie to swing music.His love of jazz piano and the blues began as a boy, then blossomed as a piani...More >>
  • Duncannon Church Offers Food and Fellowship for Hikers.

    Duncannon Church Offers Food and Fellowship for Hikers.

    Duncannon Church Offers Food and Fellowship for Hikers.

    Friday, June 27 2014 9:39 AM EDT2014-06-27 13:39:19 GMT
    For hikers along the 22-hundred mile Appalachian trail, the Perry County community of Duncannon has long been a hiker-friendly place where they can rest up and re-group. And now, thanks to volunteers at Christ Lutheran Church in Duncannon, there's another reason to feel welcome."When you are on the trail, you learn to crave anything fresh," said one hiker, happily filling his plate with water mellon and berries."We try to make the hikers feel welcome," said church volunteer Darlene Johnson. "...More >>
    For hikers along the 22-hundred mile Appalachian trail, the Perry County community of Duncannon has long been a hiker-friendly place where they can rest up and re-group. And now, thanks to volunteers at Christ Lutheran Church in Duncannon, there's another reason to feel welcome."When you are on the trail, you learn to crave anything fresh," said one hiker, happily filling his plate with water mellon and berries."We try to make the hikers feel welcome," said church volunteer Darlene Johnson. "...More >>
  • Piano Palooza Hits Snyder County

    Piano Palooza Hits Snyder County

    Piano Palooza Hits Snyder County

    Tuesday, June 24 2014 9:07 AM EDT2014-06-24 13:07:23 GMT
    I could hear the boogie woogie piano music as I drove into downtown Selinsgrove on a sunny Saturday afternoon. And the source of the music surprised me.Traveling along the main street, I counted nine colorfully decorated pianos scattered along downtown sidewalks, with someone playing them."We call it Piano Palooza," Mary Bannon explained to me. "A mixture of art and music."As Selinsgrove Main Street Manager, Bannon oversaw the initiation of unique project, aimed at drawing attention to the do...More >>
    I could hear the boogie woogie piano music as I drove into downtown Selinsgrove on a sunny Saturday afternoon. And the source of the music surprised me.Traveling along the main street, I counted nine colorfully decorated pianos scattered along downtown sidewalks, with someone playing them."We call it Piano Palooza," Mary Bannon explained to me. "A mixture of art and music."As Selinsgrove Main Street Manager, Bannon oversaw the initiation of unique project, aimed at drawing attention to the do...More >>
  • A One Woman Training Tradition for Seeing Eye Pups

    A One Woman Training Tradition for Seeing Eye Pups

    A One Woman Training Tradition for Seeing Eye Pups

    Monday, June 23 2014 10:56 AM EDT2014-06-23 14:56:25 GMT
    Ask any puppy owner and they'll tell you that teaching basic obedience to the pups can be a challenge. But, for volunteer puppy-raiser Virginia Knoll of Newburg, these challenges are nothing new."You just want him to do what he's supposed to do and not be distracted by something else," said Knoll, directing her latest Seeing Eye puppy past her own dog's kennel."Just like some kids, puppies want to do what they want to do. And that's him."Him is six month old Ukon, a German Shepherd Seeing Eye...More >>
    Ask any puppy owner and they'll tell you that teaching basic obedience to the pups can be a challenge. But, for volunteer puppy-raiser Virginia Knoll of Newburg, these challenges are nothing new."You just want him to do what he's supposed to do and not be distracted by something else," said Knoll, directing her latest Seeing Eye puppy past her own dog's kennel."Just like some kids, puppies want to do what they want to do. And that's him."Him is six month old Ukon, a German Shepherd Seeing Eye...More >>
  • Newcomers Get Hooked on Fishing

    Newcomers Get Hooked on Fishing

    Wednesday, June 18 2014 11:03 AM EDT2014-06-18 15:03:28 GMT
    It's a program designed for those new to the sport of fishing. And it's free. A hands-on classroom along the banks of Lake Marburg in Codorus State Park."Here are the small mouth bass, the large mouth and the fish I warned you about," said fishing expert Steve Staley, pointing to pictures of fish found in the lake.The Saturday morning session was one of four summer learn to fish classes sponsored by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and hosted by the Outcast Bass Club of Hanover.The t...More >>
    It's a program designed for those new to the sport of fishing. And it's free. A hands-on classroom along the banks of Lake Marburg in Codorus State Park."Here are the small mouth bass, the large mouth and the fish I warned you about," said fishing expert Steve Staley, pointing to pictures of fish found in the lake.The Saturday morning session was one of four summer learn to fish classes sponsored by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and hosted by the Outcast Bass Club of Hanover.The t...More >>
  • Big Celebration for a Dauphin County Borough

    Big Celebration for a Dauphin County Borough

    Big Celebration for a Dauphin County Borough

    Friday, June 6 2014 10:58 AM EDT2014-06-06 14:58:33 GMT
    For many Midstate motorists, the borough of Highspire is that little place on the way to somewhere else. But this year, that little place is celebrating a big birthday. Number 200.Highspire's official layout began 1814, but the region making up Highspire dates back to America's fight for independence, when farming and flour mills flourished. Through the years, many businesses have come and gone, but Highspire's most significant industry was a whiskey distillery launched in 1832 by Irish immig...More >>
    For many Midstate motorists, the borough of Highspire is that little place on the way to somewhere else. But this year, that little place is celebrating a big birthday. Number 200.Highspire's official layout began 1814, but the region making up Highspire dates back to America's fight for independence, when farming and flour mills flourished. Through the years, many businesses have come and gone, but Highspire's most significant industry was a whiskey distillery launched in 1832 by Irish immig...More >>
  • Eagle Scout Candidate Fights Bullying With a Camera

    Eagle Scout Candidate Fights Bullying With a Camera

    Eagle Scout Candidate Fights Bullying With a Camera

    Tuesday, June 3 2014 9:31 AM EDT2014-06-03 13:31:18 GMT
    It's the combination of two of Tyler Helvin's passions, scouting and video production.And it's an Eagle Scout project produced by the Carlisle High School junior, aimed at helping younger students deal with bullying."I want the kids to feel that they can stop bullying and they can get through it,' said the Eagle Scout candidate. "That the kids can talk to people who are there to help them."The six month production included Helvin as director, narrator and cameraman, under the supervision of t...More >>
    It's the combination of two of Tyler Helvin's passions, scouting and video production.And it's an Eagle Scout project produced by the Carlisle High School junior, aimed at helping younger students deal with bullying."I want the kids to feel that they can stop bullying and they can get through it,' said the Eagle Scout candidate. "That the kids can talk to people who are there to help them."The six month production included Helvin as director, narrator and cameraman, under the supervision of t...More >>
  • Juniata County Native Son Leads Memorial Day Tribute

    Juniata County Native Son Leads Memorial Day Tribute

    Juniata County Native Son Leads Memorial Day Tribute

    Friday, May 30 2014 9:08 AM EDT2014-05-30 13:08:45 GMT
    The keynote speaker for this Memorial Day event was a natural choice, retired Four Star Air Force General Ronald Fogleman. The highly decorated combat pilot and former member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff spoke of personal and national sacrifices needed to keep our country free. He then led the dedication of the river bridge connecting Mifflintown and Mifflin in Juniata County."From this moment on the bridge you see behind me will be forever known as the Juniata County Veterans Memorial Bridge...More >>
    The keynote speaker for this Memorial Day event was a natural choice, retired Four Star Air Force General Ronald Fogleman. The highly decorated combat pilot and former member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff spoke of personal and national sacrifices needed to keep our country free. He then led the dedication of the river bridge connecting Mifflintown and Mifflin in Juniata County."From this moment on the bridge you see behind me will be forever known as the Juniata County Veterans Memorial Bridge...More >>
  • Mothers Day Surprise for Dover's Grandma Moses

    Mothers Day Surprise for Dover's Grandma Moses

    Mothers Day Surprise for Dover's Grandma Moses

    Tuesday, May 27 2014 9:45 AM EDT2014-05-27 13:45:23 GMT
    "I was interested in art from the very beginning," Marie Beam Wise told me while starting into her next painting. "That was my whole life, I guess."And for the 94-year-old York County resident, art is still a big part of her life."It just came natural to me," she said. "I just wanted to paint."Her sunroom studio overflows with her latest renderings, and a nearby room holds samplings from a lifetime portfolio.Wise's artistic talents blossomed while she was a student at Harrisburg's William Pen...More >>
    "I was interested in art from the very beginning," Marie Beam Wise told me while starting into her next painting. "That was my whole life, I guess."And for the 94-year-old York County resident, art is still a big part of her life."It just came natural to me," she said. "I just wanted to paint."Her sunroom studio overflows with her latest renderings, and a nearby room holds samplings from a lifetime portfolio.Wise's artistic talents blossomed while she was a student at Harrisburg's William Pen...More >>
  • New Library Service Takes Root in Mechanicsburg

    New Library Service Takes Root in Mechanicsburg

    New Library Service Takes Root in Mechanicsburg

    Friday, May 23 2014 9:43 AM EDT2014-05-23 13:43:59 GMT
    The Joseph T. Simpson Library in Mechanicsburg is well known for its extensive inventory of books, DVDs and CDs. And now, seeds. That's right. It is now a library where patrons can borrow seeds.Adult Services Director Rebecca Swanger says it works just like when borrowing books. From a recycled card catalog cabinet, library patrons can borrow vegetable, herb or ornamental seeds, plant them, let some of their crop go to seed, then return those seeds for others to borrow. The idea "sprouted" fr...More >>
    The Joseph T. Simpson Library in Mechanicsburg is well known for its extensive inventory of books, DVDs and CDs. And now, seeds. That's right. It is now a library where patrons can borrow seeds.Adult Services Director Rebecca Swanger says it works just like when borrowing books. From a recycled card catalog cabinet, library patrons can borrow vegetable, herb or ornamental seeds, plant them, let some of their crop go to seed, then return those seeds for others to borrow. The idea "sprouted" fr...More >>
  • Major Makeover for Historic Chester County Mansion

    Major Makeover for Historic Chester County Mansion

    Major Makeover for Historic Chester County Mansion

    Tuesday, May 20 2014 1:34 PM EDT2014-05-20 17:34:01 GMT
    The outside of the historic three story Ware Mansion in Oxford, Pa. is impressive enough. But, when you step into the parlor, you know it's something special.A 125 year old Chester county landmark, transformed by eight designers into a showhouse.Diane Replogle, Design Chair, Ware Mansion Showhouse..."This is an accent piece for the show house," said Design Chairwoman Diane Replogle, pointing to a glass front dish cabinet. "The beautiful carving on it makes it very exceptional."The showhouse i...More >>
    The outside of the historic three story Ware Mansion in Oxford, Pa. is impressive enough. But, when you step into the parlor, you know it's something special.A 125 year old Chester county landmark, transformed by eight designers into a showhouse.Diane Replogle, Design Chair, Ware Mansion Showhouse..."This is an accent piece for the show house," said Design Chairwoman Diane Replogle, pointing to a glass front dish cabinet. "The beautiful carving on it makes it very exceptional."The showhouse i...More >>
  • Perry County Students Bond with Nature

    Perry County Students Bond with Nature

    Perry County Students Bond with Nature

    Friday, May 16 2014 9:39 AM EDT2014-05-16 13:39:22 GMT
    Teams of students from four Perry County high schools and the Carson Long Military Academy spent a beautiful spring morning out of the classroom, enjoying environmental education and competition at the Perry County Recreation Association camp ground along Shermans Creek."This year is the 30th anniversary of the Perry County Envirothon," said Sally Tengeres of the Perry County Conservation District.Relying on study sheets given to them earlier in the year, about ninety students moved among fiv...More >>
    Teams of students from four Perry County high schools and the Carson Long Military Academy spent a beautiful spring morning out of the classroom, enjoying environmental education and competition at the Perry County Recreation Association camp ground along Shermans Creek."This year is the 30th anniversary of the Perry County Envirothon," said Sally Tengeres of the Perry County Conservation District.Relying on study sheets given to them earlier in the year, about ninety students moved among fiv...More >>
  • Hershey High Students Render Inclusive Art Work

    Hershey High Students Render Inclusive Art Work

    Hershey High Students Render Inclusive Art Work

    Tuesday, May 13 2014 9:46 AM EDT2014-05-13 13:46:34 GMT
    It's not what a group of Hershey High School students are doing, it's why."Take some time to get to know somebody who you wouldn't meet otherwise and make sure that, even if it slows you down a little, you help them," said Kimberly Resh. Resh is the founder of Mikayla's Voice, a non-profit organization dedicated to projects that include both special needs students and normal needs students.In this case, young people with different ability levels worked side by side creating a mural of the hea...More >>
    It's not what a group of Hershey High School students are doing, it's why."Take some time to get to know somebody who you wouldn't meet otherwise and make sure that, even if it slows you down a little, you help them," said Kimberly Resh. Resh is the founder of Mikayla's Voice, a non-profit organization dedicated to projects that include both special needs students and normal needs students.In this case, young people with different ability levels worked side by side creating a mural of the hea...More >>
  • High Time Doing High Fives in Lewistown

    High Time Doing High Fives in Lewistown

    High Time Doing High Fives in Lewistown

    Friday, May 9 2014 8:51 AM EDT2014-05-09 12:51:21 GMT
    The first challenge of the day was getting all the participants in place and ready to go.That required more than a thousand students from the Mifflin County Middle School and the Lewistown Intermediate School to file onto and line up on the schools' nearby athletic fields, ready to attempta newworld record for the longest chain of high fives. A move that took nearly an hour."Brad and Nancy are going to hand you a bracelet," explained Kelly Manning, an LIS teacher and head of the record attemp...More >>
    The first challenge of the day was getting all the participants in place and ready to go.That required more than a thousand students from the Mifflin County Middle School and the Lewistown Intermediate School to file onto and line up on the schools' nearby athletic fields, ready to attempta newworld record for the longest chain of high fives. A move that took nearly an hour."Brad and Nancy are going to hand you a bracelet," explained Kelly Manning, an LIS teacher and head of the record attemp...More >>
  • Perry County Business Lets Off Steam

    Perry County Business Lets Off Steam

    Perry County Business Lets Off Steam

    Tuesday, May 6 2014 8:54 AM EDT2014-05-06 12:54:55 GMT
    "A dream of mine is to keep the live steam hobby going, just keep it growing," said Wayne Godshall, pushing his latest creation out into the sunshine from his custom machine shop near Shermans Dale, Perry County.And, based on the demand for his products, Godshall's dream is coming true."The more stuff we're getting out the door, the more stuff seems to be coming in the door," said Godshall. "so, it's working real well for us."From front to back and everything in between, this live steam hobby...More >>
    "A dream of mine is to keep the live steam hobby going, just keep it growing," said Wayne Godshall, pushing his latest creation out into the sunshine from his custom machine shop near Shermans Dale, Perry County.And, based on the demand for his products, Godshall's dream is coming true."The more stuff we're getting out the door, the more stuff seems to be coming in the door," said Godshall. "so, it's working real well for us."From front to back and everything in between, this live steam hobby...More >>
  • Harrisburg Woman Celebrates 105 with Family and Friends

    Harrisburg Woman Celebrates 105 with Family and Friends

    Harrisburg Woman Celebrates 105 with Family and Friends

    Friday, May 2 2014 8:51 AM EDT2014-05-02 12:51:31 GMT
    Frances Acri Merlina began the celebration of her milestone birthday with an expression of faith at Sunday mass, celebrated by her nephew, Father John Acri.From there, it was down the hall to Homeland Center's diner, for the family's celebration of their matriarchs big day. Big day number 1-0-5. A number her descendants can only imagine.Great-Granddaughter Erin Radle of Harrisburg, holding Great-Great-Granddaughter Hannah was impressed by Frances's longevity.'It's impressive. I hope I can liv...More >>
    Frances Acri Merlina began the celebration of her milestone birthday with an expression of faith at Sunday mass, celebrated by her nephew, Father John Acri.From there, it was down the hall to Homeland Center's diner, for the family's celebration of their matriarchs big day. Big day number 1-0-5. A number her descendants can only imagine.Great-Granddaughter Erin Radle of Harrisburg, holding Great-Great-Granddaughter Hannah was impressed by Frances's longevity.'It's impressive. I hope I can liv...More >>
  • Fourth Generation Potato Chip Maker Thrives

    Fourth Generation Potato Chip Maker Thrives

    Fourth Generation Potato Chip Maker Thrives

    Tuesday, April 29 2014 9:05 AM EDT2014-04-29 13:05:30 GMT
    Mention Lewistown, Pennsylvania and many might think of the town's beautiful Monument Square. Perhaps they might recall the historic Embassy Theater, being restored just down the street from the square. Or, maybethey'llpicture the enduring Red's Diner on the edge of town. But I know many people will think of Hartley's potato chips. The kettle-cooked snack tradition of generations of central Pennsylvanians.Hartley's Chips is a family owned and operated business started nearly eighty years ago ...More >>
    Mention Lewistown, Pennsylvania and many might think of the town's beautiful Monument Square. Perhaps they might recall the historic Embassy Theater, being restored just down the street from the square. Or, maybethey'llpicture the enduring Red's Diner on the edge of town. But I know many people will think of Hartley's potato chips. The kettle-cooked snack tradition of generations of central Pennsylvanians.Hartley's Chips is a family owned and operated business started nearly eighty years ago ...More >>
  • Car Lover's Nirvana Turns 40

    Car Lover's Nirvana Turns 40

    Car Lover's Nirvana Turns 40

    Friday, April 25 2014 9:04 AM EDT2014-04-25 13:04:16 GMT
    Several times a year, it's a familiar sight in Carlisle. More than 80 acres of cars, car parts, vendors and throngs of people. It's a success story built over forty years."It is hard to believe because it really seems like it was yesterday when we started to do these shows," said Carlisle Events co-founder Bill Miller, Jr.The business today, known as Carlisle Events, opened humbly on rented space at the Carlisle fairgrounds in 1974. It was a place for Bill Miller and fellow car enthusiast Chi...More >>
    Several times a year, it's a familiar sight in Carlisle. More than 80 acres of cars, car parts, vendors and throngs of people. It's a success story built over forty years."It is hard to believe because it really seems like it was yesterday when we started to do these shows," said Carlisle Events co-founder Bill Miller, Jr.The business today, known as Carlisle Events, opened humbly on rented space at the Carlisle fairgrounds in 1974. It was a place for Bill Miller and fellow car enthusiast Chi...More >>
  • Camp Hill Couple Honors Civil War Soldiers and Civilians

    Camp Hill Couple Honors Civil War Soldiers and Civilians

    Camp Hill Couple Honors Civil War Soldiers and Civilians

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 9:17 AM EDT2014-04-22 13:17:05 GMT
    Rick and Gay Fitzgerald of Camp Hill believe passionately that our nation's Civil War years are a time to be studied and appreciated. Visitors need only to step inside their ranch-style home to appreciate their passion for American history."Walking through the house is kind of like a small tour of early America," Rick told me during a quick tour of their home."A lot of people will make the comment, our home looks nice house on the outside, but when you walk in, you're back in time."Throughout...More >>
    Rick and Gay Fitzgerald of Camp Hill believe passionately that our nation's Civil War years are a time to be studied and appreciated. Visitors need only to step inside their ranch-style home to appreciate their passion for American history."Walking through the house is kind of like a small tour of early America," Rick told me during a quick tour of their home."A lot of people will make the comment, our home looks nice house on the outside, but when you walk in, you're back in time."Throughout...More >>
  • Pint Size Volleyball in Dillsburg

    Pint Size Volleyball in Dillsburg

    Friday, April 18 2014 8:59 AM EDT2014-04-18 12:59:09 GMT
    It's a program that Debbie Rutter discovered five years ago at a volleyball conference. "There are lots of sports that start at ages 4,5,6.," said Rutter, soft-serving a volley ball to one of her fiveMore >>
    It's a program that Debbie Rutter discovered five years ago at a volleyball conference. "There are lots of sports that start at ages 4,5,6.," said Rutter, soft-serving a volley ball to one of her fiveMore >>
  • Gentle Giants of Dog Kingdom invade Lancaster County

    Gentle Giants of Dog Kingdom invade Lancaster County

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 9:21 AM EDT2014-04-15 13:21:57 GMT
    The Lancaster Host Resort and Conference Center is known for its great accommodations, but last week it went to the dogs. Newfoundland dogs. Six hundred of them from all over the United States and Europe,More >>
    The Lancaster Host Resort and Conference Center is known for its great accommodations, but last week it went to the dogs. Newfoundland dogs. Six hundred of them from all over the United States and Europe,More >>
  • Historic Locomotive Move in Harrisburg Draws Train Buffs

    Historic Locomotive Move in Harrisburg Draws Train Buffs

    Friday, April 11 2014 1:36 PM EDT2014-04-11 17:36:54 GMT
    The Harrisburg Transportation Center has been home for two pieces of railroading history for nearly three decades. But, that has changed.. temporarily. The GG1 Pennsylvania railroad locomotive No. 4859More >>
    The Harrisburg Transportation Center has been home for two pieces of railroading history for nearly three decades. But, that has changed.. temporarily. The GG1 Pennsylvania railroad locomotive No. 4859More >>
  • York County Jug Band Lands Recording Contract

    York County Jug Band Lands Recording Contract

    Tuesday, April 8 2014 8:53 AM EDT2014-04-08 12:53:13 GMT
    He's already one of the biggest solo names in cigar box guitars. But now, York county musician Shane Speal has landed a recording contract for a quartet of unique players that he fronts, The Snake OilMore >>
    He's already one of the biggest solo names in cigar box guitars. But now, York county musician Shane Speal has landed a recording contract for a quartet of unique players that he fronts, The Snake OilMore >>
  • The Silver Screen Returns To Millersburg

    The Silver Screen Returns To Millersburg

    Friday, April 4 2014 9:00 AM EDT2014-04-04 13:00:57 GMT
    With the smell of fresh popcorn and a cold drink to go with it. It's show time once again at the Colonnade Theater in Millersburg, after a 14-year absence. And the theater's owners, The Twin Valley Players,More >>
    With the smell of fresh popcorn and a cold drink to go with it. It's show time once again at the Colonnade Theater in Millersburg, after a 14-year absence. And the theater's owners, The Twin Valley Players,More >>
  • Cumberland County Christian Builds on His Faith

    Cumberland County Christian Builds on His Faith

    Tuesday, April 1 2014 8:30 AM EDT2014-04-01 12:30:11 GMT
    "I say a prayer when I tackle one of these projects," said 92 year old George Mixell, adjusting figurines on a Bible story model he built for his church. "They called it the Tower of Babel, which meantMore >>
    "I say a prayer when I tackle one of these projects," said 92 year old George Mixell, adjusting figurines on a Bible story model he built for his church. "They called it the Tower of Babel, which meantMore >>
  • A Tasty Tradition at Millersburg Church Helps Many

    A Tasty Tradition at Millersburg Church Helps Many

    Friday, March 28 2014 8:51 AM EDT2014-03-28 12:51:59 GMT
    It began 30 years ago as a way to help pay for their new church being built just outside of town. The congregation at Grace United Methodist church had outgrown their original house of worship in downtownMore >>
    It began 30 years ago as a way to help pay for their new church being built just outside of town. The congregation at Grace United Methodist church had outgrown their original house of worship in downtownMore >>
  • Lancaster County Keyboard Legend Celebrates 60-year Career

    Lancaster County Keyboard Legend Celebrates 60-year Career

    Tuesday, March 25 2014 8:57 AM EDT2014-03-25 12:57:22 GMT
    "Good evening, Ladies and Gentlemen and welcome to Huckleberry's, here at the Fulton Steamboat in Lancaster, Pa." And with that familiar greeting, Lancaster County music legend Bill Horn kicked off anotherMore >>
    "Good evening, Ladies and Gentlemen and welcome to Huckleberry's, here at the Fulton Steamboat in Lancaster, Pa." And with that familiar greeting, Lancaster County music legend Bill Horn kicked off anotherMore >>
  • Hard-Hitting Drug and Alcohol Message for Upper Dauphin Students

    Hard-Hitting Drug and Alcohol Message for Upper Dauphin Students

    Friday, March 21 2014 8:47 AM EDT2014-03-21 12:47:29 GMT
    Normally, a nationally known blues guitarist appearing at Upper Dauphin Area High School would be an upbeat event. But Chaz De Paolo wasn't there to entertain. His music was a tribute to two of his siblingsMore >>
    Normally, a nationally known blues guitarist appearing at Upper Dauphin Area High School would be an upbeat event. But Chaz De Paolo wasn't there to entertain. His music was a tribute to two of his siblingsMore >>
  • Carlisle Fire Company Celebrates 225 Years of Service

    Carlisle Fire Company Celebrates 225 Years of Service

    Tuesday, March 18 2014 8:47 AM EDT2014-03-18 12:47:42 GMT
    "Carlisle Fire Company Celebrates 225 Years of Service" It's a tradition of service that began before George Washington was president. Union Fire Company number One in Carlisle. A 225 year history of ever-changingMore >>
    "Carlisle Fire Company Celebrates 225 Years of Service" It's a tradition of service that began before George Washington was president. Union Fire Company number One in Carlisle. A 225 year history of ever-changingMore >>
  • Juniata County Man's Hobby Honors Veterans

    Juniata County Man's Hobby Honors Veterans

    Friday, March 14 2014 9:37 AM EDT2014-03-14 13:37:57 GMT
    "Juniata County Man's Hobby Honors Veterans" For 78 year old Cliff Houck, it began three years ago as a hobby to keep him busy. "Start of a good thing," said Houck, pulling an empty Mountain Dew can fromMore >>
    "Juniata County Man's Hobby Honors Veterans" For 78 year old Cliff Houck, it began three years ago as a hobby to keep him busy. "Start of a good thing," said Houck, pulling an empty Mountain Dew can fromMore >>
  • Perry Historians Offer Personal Look at County Ancestors

    Perry Historians Offer Personal Look at County Ancestors

    Tuesday, March 11 2014 8:35 AM EDT2014-03-11 12:35:41 GMT
    "Perry Historians Offer Personal Look at County Ancestors" For first time visitors to the Perry Historians building just north of New Bloomfield, the amount of research information available can be overwhelming.More >>
    "Perry Historians Offer Personal Look at County Ancestors" For first time visitors to the Perry Historians building just north of New Bloomfield, the amount of research information available can be overwhelming.More >>
  • Love Never Grows Old For a Millersburg Couple

    Love Never Grows Old For a Millersburg Couple

    From the minute you meet George and Jo Wilt, you know humor is a key ingredient to their life-long union.More >>
  • Humorist Dave Barry Sits with Chuck Rhodes

    Humorist Dave Barry Sits with Chuck Rhodes

    Dave Barry says he chose writing humor for a living when he discovered it was a lot easier than working. It's a style of humor that surfaces quickly with just about any topic.More >>
  • West Shore Church Features Game Show Relief Program

    West Shore Church Features Game Show Relief Program

    Friday, March 7 2014 8:42 AM EST2014-03-07 13:42:06 GMT
    "Good evening, everyone!," declared Pastor George Jensen to lively applause in the fellowship room of Enola First Church of God."And welcome to our first Coffee House program of 2014."On this Friday night,More >>
    "Good evening, everyone!," declared Pastor George Jensen to lively applause in the fellowship room of Enola First Church of God."And welcome to our first Coffee House program of 2014."On this Friday night,More >>
  • Making Learning About Central Pa Fun

    Making Learning About Central Pa Fun

    Tuesday, March 4 2014 8:30 AM EST2014-03-04 13:30:20 GMT
    "Hi. How are you? Hi Carol. How are you?" That's how Erica Enouen spends much of her time at gatherings of the Getting to Know Central Pa meet-up group. In an almost effortless manner, Enouen winds throughMore >>
    "Hi. How are you? Hi Carol. How are you?" That's how Erica Enouen spends much of her time at gatherings of the Getting to Know Central Pa meet-up group. In an almost effortless manner, Enouen winds throughMore >>
  • Carlisle Man Recalls Horror of WWII Death March

    Carlisle Man Recalls Horror of WWII Death March

    Friday, February 28 2014 8:27 AM EST2014-02-28 13:27:21 GMT
    While most Americans were watching it on newsreels in December of 1944, West Fairview native Robert Welker was living it. America's largest and bloodiest battle of World War Two. "They were killing themMore >>
    While most Americans were watching it on newsreels in December of 1944, West Fairview native Robert Welker was living it. America's largest and bloodiest battle of World War Two. "They were killing themMore >>
  • York County Dance Studio Readies Locals for Beachside Fun

    York County Dance Studio Readies Locals for Beachside Fun

    Wednesday, February 26 2014 9:52 AM EST2014-02-26 14:52:27 GMT
    "It's fun music," said Frederick Shipley. "It's sort of a joyful music that you're hearing. It always has a good bass rhythm that you can dance to." He's talking about the Carolina Shag, a must- know danceMore >>
    "It's fun music," said Frederick Shipley. "It's sort of a joyful music that you're hearing. It always has a good bass rhythm that you can dance to." He's talking about the Carolina Shag, a must- know danceMore >>
  • Veteran Mechanicsburg Teacher Exits Stage Left

    Veteran Mechanicsburg Teacher Exits Stage Left

    Friday, February 21 2014 8:56 AM EST2014-02-21 13:56:37 GMT
    For director Eric Dundore, the upcoming production of "Anything Goes" at Mechanicsburg High School will be bittersweet. After 24 years teaching and directing plays at Mechanicsburg, plus five years before thatMore >>
    For director Eric Dundore, the upcoming production of "Anything Goes" at Mechanicsburg High School will be bittersweet. After 24 years teaching and directing plays at Mechanicsburg, plus five years before thatMore >>
  • Perry County Students Uncover Hometown Secrets

    Perry County Students Uncover Hometown Secrets

    Thursday, February 20 2014 11:37 AM EST2014-02-20 16:37:47 GMT
    For a group of Newport High School students, the historic Landis House in their own hometown was the ideal place to combine natural curiosity with creative talents. It was a chance to utilize researchMore >>
    For a group of Newport High School students, the historic Landis House in their own hometown was the ideal place to combine natural curiosity with creative talents. It was a chance to utilize researchMore >>
  • Lebanon County Teacher Chills Out for her Students

    Lebanon County Teacher Chills Out for her Students

    Thursday, February 20 2014 11:11 AM EST2014-02-20 16:11:13 GMT
    For third grade teacher Jennifer Reigle, her comfort zone is a classroom full of energetic, inquiring minds in a climate controlled environment. But, in preparation for temporarily stepping out of herMore >>
    For third grade teacher Jennifer Reigle, her comfort zone is a classroom full of energetic, inquiring minds in a climate controlled environment. But, in preparation for temporarily stepping out of herMore >>
  • Perry County Students Take a Bite Out of Hunger

    Perry County Students Take a Bite Out of Hunger

    Thursday, February 20 2014 11:01 AM EST2014-02-20 16:01:28 GMT
    As they arrived for dinner, all guests were treated equally by the Greenwood High School FFA students. Everyone was welcomed with a friendly greeting, followed by an escort to their pre-assigned tables.More >>
    As they arrived for dinner, all guests were treated equally by the Greenwood High School FFA students. Everyone was welcomed with a friendly greeting, followed by an escort to their pre-assigned tables.More >>
  • A Half-Century of Happy Days Dining near Duncannon

    A Half-Century of Happy Days Dining near Duncannon

    Wednesday, February 19 2014 9:42 AM EST2014-02-19 14:42:43 GMT
    In just the second day of their 50th season, business was sizzling at the Red Rabbit Drive-In restaurant located just north of the Clarks Ferry Bridge Loyal customers were waiting eagerly for an earlyMore >>
    In just the second day of their 50th season, business was sizzling at the Red Rabbit Drive-In restaurant located just north of the Clarks Ferry BridgeMore >>
  • Perry County Students Take a Bite Out of Hunger

    Perry County Students Take a Bite Out of Hunger

    Wednesday, February 19 2014 9:42 AM EST2014-02-19 14:42:20 GMT
    As they arrived for dinner, all guests were treated equally by the Greenwood High School FFA students. Everyone was welcomed with a friendly greeting, followed by an escort to their pre-assigned tables.More >>
    As they arrived for dinner, all guests were treated equally by the Greenwood High School FFA students. Everyone was welcomed with a friendly greeting, followed by an escort to their pre-assigned tables.More >>
  • For Visitor's Eyes Only in Lancaster County

    For Visitor's Eyes Only in Lancaster County

    Tuesday, February 4 2014 4:01 PM EST2014-02-04 21:01:59 GMT
    To the casual James Bond movie fan, you might not notice it on screen. But to die-hard fans of the super-star secret agent, it jumps off the screen. James Bond's watch. And now at the National Watch andMore >>
    To the casual James Bond movie fan, you might not notice it on screen. But to die-hard fans of the super-star secret agent, it jumps off the screen. James Bond's watch.More >>
  • Tribute Ship for Lebanon War Hero Retires From Service

    Tribute Ship for Lebanon War Hero Retires From Service

    Tuesday, February 4 2014 3:58 PM EST2014-02-04 20:58:12 GMT
    For the USS Rentz, it's the conclusion of three decades of keeping global enemies at bay...and illegal drugs off the streets of America. "The tempo down here is non-stop. And, right now, we are the onlyMore >>
    For the USS Rentz, it's the conclusion of three decades of keeping global enemies at bay...and illegal drugs off the streets of America.More >>
  • Jamming for a Cause in Franklintown

    Jamming for a Cause in Franklintown

    Tuesday, February 4 2014 3:47 PM EST2014-02-04 20:47:44 GMT
    For many York Countians, it's been a Thursday evening ritual for decades. Jamming at the Franklintown and Community Fire Company....country and blue grass style. It's an evening that includes dinner,More >>
    For many York Countians, it's been a Thursday evening ritual for decades. Jamming at the Franklintown and Community Fire Company....country and blue grass style.More >>
  • Frigid Fans Make a Splash for Juniata Valley YMCA

    Frigid Fans Make a Splash for Juniata Valley YMCA

    Monday, January 27 2014 10:48 AM EST2014-01-27 15:48:41 GMT
    Long before the crowds arrived at Greenwood Furnace State Park, there was snow to be moved for the skaters, wood to be split for the bonfire, food to be prepped for the chilled and ice to be cleared forMore >>
    Long before the crowds arrived at Greenwood Furnace State Park, there was snow to be moved for the skaters, wood to be split for the bonfire, food to be prepped for the chilled and ice to be cleared for the brave.More >>
  • York Artist Honors the Fallen

    York Artist Honors the Fallen

    Tuesday, January 21 2014 11:44 AM EST2014-01-21 16:44:42 GMT
    Even in the middle of winter, Cher Kondor finds comfort at the Gold Star Healing and Peace Garden in York. "This is like a little tool in the tool box of healing. So, it has a purpose," explained KondorMore >>
    Even in the middle of winter, Cher Kondor finds comfort at the Gold Star Healing and Peace Garden in York.More >>
  • Lancaster County Pharmacy Has Rx for Longevity

    Lancaster County Pharmacy Has Rx for Longevity

    Tuesday, January 21 2014 11:41 AM EST2014-01-21 16:41:42 GMT
    Behind the pharmacy counter is a comfort zone for John Hinkle III. And it should be. He's a fourth generation pharmacist at Hinkle's Pharmacy, a Lancaster County landmark business in downtown Columbia. "People knewMore >>
    Behind the pharmacy counter is a comfort zone for John Hinkle III. And it should be. He's a fourth generation pharmacist at Hinkle's Pharmacy, a Lancaster County landmark business in downtown Columbia.More >>
  • Santas Galore in Lebanon Couple's Home

    Santas Galore in Lebanon Couple's Home

    Wednesday, January 15 2014 2:55 PM EST2014-01-15 19:55:59 GMT
    From just the outside of their Lebanon home, you know the Ruffners love Santa Claus. But step inside and you know they believe! "We started it around 30 years ago," said Jim Ruffner. "Then we really gotMore >>
    From just the outside of their Lebanon home, you know the Ruffners love Santa Claus. But step inside and you know they believe!More >>
  • Dauphin County Archers on Target to Expand Membership

    Dauphin County Archers on Target to Expand Membership

    Tuesday, January 14 2014 10:08 AM EST2014-01-14 15:08:26 GMT
    To central Pennsylvania archery enthusiasts, the Harrisburg Archery Club sign along Roberts Valley Road in Middle Paxton Township says welcome, year round. Even a polar vortex, and the bitter cold thatMore >>
    To central Pennsylvania archery enthusiasts, the Harrisburg Archery Club sign along Roberts Valley Road in Middle Paxton Township says welcome, year round. Even a polar vortex, and the bitter cold that comes with it, can't stop this sport.More >>
  • West Shore Man All Wound Up About His Business

    West Shore Man All Wound Up About His Business

    Tuesday, January 14 2014 10:05 AM EST2014-01-14 15:05:43 GMT
    Mervin Brubaker says most first time visitors to his "Clock Doctor" shop have three basic questions: "How old is their clock? What's it worth? Can I fix it?" And each clock presents a challenge the retiredMore >>
    Mervin Brubaker says most first time visitors to his "Clock Doctor" shop have three basic questions: "How old is their clock? What's it worth? Can I fix it?"More >>
  • Juniata County Program Keeps Pets and Owners Together

    Juniata County Program Keeps Pets and Owners Together

    Tuesday, January 7 2014 8:42 AM EST2014-01-07 13:42:44 GMT
    Inside the Juniata County Food Bank building, there's a prefect fit for many area residents. The food bank, located on the ground floor, and the Mifflin and Juniata County Pet Pantry in the basement. It'sMore >>
    Inside the Juniata County Food Bank building, there's a prefect fit for many area residents. The food bank, located on the ground floor, and the Mifflin and Juniata County Pet Pantry in the basement. It's a connection between donated pet food and those struggling to feed their beloved animals.More >>
  • Dauphin County Students Help Shape a Town's Future Look

    Dauphin County Students Help Shape a Town's Future Look

    Friday, January 3 2014 11:05 AM EST2014-01-03 16:05:03 GMT
    For a group of students at Dauphin County Technical School, it was a glimpse into their professional future. It was a chance to not only plan and design landscape ideas, but present them, just as theyMore >>
    For a group of students at Dauphin County Technical School, it was a glimpse into their professional future.More >>
  • Harrisburg Company Celebrates 90 years of Ups and Downs

    Harrisburg Company Celebrates 90 years of Ups and Downs

    Friday, January 3 2014 11:00 AM EST2014-01-03 16:00:40 GMT
    It's a business born 90 years ago when a Harrisburg entrepreneur wanted to help an ailing friend move freely between floors in his home. That's when C.C. Crispen built the "inclinator," a wooden chair andMore >>
    It's a business born 90 years ago when a Harrisburg entrepreneur wanted to help an ailing friend move freely between floors in his home.More >>
  • Dickens Comes to Elizabethville

    Dickens Comes to Elizabethville

    Tuesday, December 17 2013 11:54 AM EST2013-12-17 16:54:42 GMT
    Bob and Leona Shaffer love decorating for Christmas. And, their Elizabethville home shows it. But, it's in their sun room where you'll find their seasonal pride and joy. It's a 19th century Victorian EnglandMore >>
    Bob and Leona Shaffer love decorating for Christmas. And, their Elizabethville home shows it. But, it's in their sun room where you'll find their seasonal pride and joy.More >>
  • A Colorful Christmas Season Tradition in Mifflin County

    A Colorful Christmas Season Tradition in Mifflin County

    Friday, December 13 2013 11:52 AM EST2013-12-13 16:52:25 GMT
    "If they enjoy looking at Christmas lights, we have a few of them," joked Darlene Gray, overlooking a colorfully lit Kish Park in Derry Township. In just seven years, the Shining LIght Through the DarknessMore >>
    "If they enjoy looking at Christmas lights, we have a few of them," joked Darlene Gray, overlooking a colorfully lit Kish Park in Derry Township.More >>
  • Celebrating a Big Anniversary for Small Trains in York

    Celebrating a Big Anniversary for Small Trains in York

    Friday, December 13 2013 11:49 AM EST2013-12-13 16:49:36 GMT
    This humble structure in downtown York was built nearly sixty years ago for one purpose, to house the Miniature Railroad Club of York, which is now celebrating its 70th anniversary. Inside, it is a wallMore >>
    This humble structure in downtown York was built nearly sixty years ago for one purpose, to house the Miniature Railroad Club of York, which is now celebrating its 70th anniversary.More >>
  • Midstate Orchestra Features 'Harp-Felt' Music

    Midstate Orchestra Features 'Harp-Felt' Music

    Friday, December 6 2013 11:12 AM EST2013-12-06 16:12:30 GMT
    They arrive early for rehearsal, anxious to play in perhaps the largest orchestra of its kind in the country. The Harrisburg Harp Orchestra. Ten years old and going strong. "In central Pennsylvania, ourMore >>
    They arrive early for rehearsal, anxious to play in perhaps the largest orchestra of its kind in the country. The Harrisburg Harp Orchestra. Ten years old and going strong.More >>
  • Crafty People Returning the Favor in Mechanicsburg

    Crafty People Returning the Favor in Mechanicsburg

    Thursday, December 5 2013 5:10 PM EST2013-12-05 22:10:12 GMT
    In this nearly 200 year old farm house in Upper Allen Township, a group of dedicated volunteers is paying it forward. And that's something Rehab Vision, Inc. has been doing for 25 years. They call theirMore >>
    In this nearly 200 year old farm house in Upper Allen Township, a group of dedicated volunteers is paying it forward. And that's something Rehab Vision, Inc. has been doing for 25 years.More >>
  • Perry County Motorcycle Riders Sport tough image, soft heart

    Perry County Motorcycle Riders Sport tough image, soft heart

    Thursday, December 5 2013 5:10 PM EST2013-12-05 22:10:12 GMT
    The logo on their jackets might seem intimidating.  And the group does strongly support the Second Amendment right to bear arms.  But this motorcycle riding organization is primarily armed with help forMore >>
    The logo on their jackets might seem intimidating.  And the group does strongly support the Second Amendment right to bear arms.  But this motorcycle riding organization is primarily armed with help for others.More >>
  • Chipping Away At History in Perry County

    Chipping Away At History in Perry County

    Thursday, December 5 2013 4:33 PM EST2013-12-05 21:33:37 GMT
    In the basement of the historic Blue Ball Tavern near newport, everyone was knapping.  Flintknapping, that is.  It's the art of shaping  rocks and stones into tools, weapons, jewelry and even currency. It'sMore >>
    In the basement of the historic Blue Ball Tavern near newport, everyone was knapping.  Flintknapping, that is.  It's the art of shaping  rocks and stones into tools, weapons, jewelry and even currency.More >>
  • Crafty People Returning the Favor in Mechanicsburg

    Crafty People Returning the Favor in Mechanicsburg

  • Perry County Motorcycle Riders Sport tough image, soft heart

    Perry County Motorcycle Riders Sport tough image, soft heart

  • Lancaster County Couple brings touch of Tioga County to their Basement

    Lancaster County Couple brings touch of Tioga County to their Basement

    Wednesday, November 27 2013 10:28 AM EST2013-11-27 15:28:58 GMT
    Although his home sits in Gordonville, Lancaster County, the basement is finished like an autumn day near the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon in Tioga County. That's where four generations of the Good family,More >>
    Although his home sits in Gordonville, Lancaster County, the basement is finished like an autumn day near the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon in Tioga County. That's where four generations of the Good family, along with their friends, have enjoyed hunting and camping.More >>
  • Camp Hill Woman Knits Luxury and Dignity

    Camp Hill Woman Knits Luxury and Dignity

    Monday, November 18 2013 10:32 AM EST2013-11-18 15:32:32 GMT
    Tammy Jo Edmundson originally took up knitting for its craftsmanship. "I like the idea of people making hand made things again," said Edmundson, while working on her latest project. " We don't have thatMore >>
    Tammy Jo Edmundson originally took up knitting for its craftsmanship.More >>
  • Dancing with the Sarge in Hummelstown

    Dancing with the Sarge in Hummelstown

    Wednesday, November 13 2013 12:05 PM EST2013-11-13 17:05:04 GMT
    When Joann Tresco took up ballroom dancing three years ago, she was learning new steps, while forgetting part of her past. "It's a passion of mine," said Tresco, "It is something that I found by accidentMore >>
    When Joann Tresco took up ballroom dancing three years ago, she was learning new steps, while forgetting part of her past.More >>
  • Linglestown Army Illustrator Recalls Pen and Paper Weaponry

    Linglestown Army Illustrator Recalls Pen and Paper Weaponry

    Friday, November 8 2013 10:45 AM EST2013-11-08 15:45:37 GMT
    When Linglestown artist Tim Wallace finished jump school with the 82nd Airborne Division in 1987, he had hoped for deployment in Europe as an illustrator. The Army thought otherwise. "I remember, it was,More >>
    When Linglestown artist Tim Wallace finished jump school with the 82nd Airborne Division in 1987, he had hoped for deployment in Europe as an illustrator. The Army thought otherwise.More >>
  • Love Never Grows Old For a Millersburg Couple

    Love Never Grows Old For a Millersburg Couple

    Tuesday, November 5 2013 9:15 AM EST2013-11-05 14:15:58 GMT
    From the minute you meet George and Jo Wilt, you know humor is a key ingredient to their life-long union. On Tuesday, November 5, they will celebrate their 75th wedding anniversary. When ask if she hasMore >>
    From the minute you meet George and Jo Wilt, you know humor is a key ingredient to their life-long union.More >>
  • Humorist Dave Barry Sits with Chuck Rhodes

    Humorist Dave Barry Sits with Chuck Rhodes

    Tuesday, November 5 2013 9:13 AM EST2013-11-05 14:13:16 GMT
    Dave Barry says he chose writing humor for a living when he discovered it was a lot easier than working. It's a style of humor that surfaces quickly with just about any topic. Here are some excerpts fromMore >>
    Dave Barry says he chose writing humor for a living when he discovered it was a lot easier than working. It's a style of humor that surfaces quickly with just about any topic. Here are some excerpts fromMore >>
  • A tradition of colorful fun in downtown Millersburg

    A tradition of colorful fun in downtown Millersburg

    Tuesday, November 5 2013 9:11 AM EST2013-11-05 14:11:37 GMT
    Long before the contestants arrived, there were paints to mix, cups to fill and brushes to sort. Volunteers from the Lenkerville Elementary PTO prepared for a long standing Millersburg tradition. And,More >>
    Long before the contestants arrived, there were paints to mix, cups to fill and brushes to sort. Volunteers from the Lenkerville Elementary PTO prepared for a long standing Millersburg tradition.More >>
  • Rocks Rule in Yeagertown Collector's Home

    Rocks Rule in Yeagertown Collector's Home

    Friday, October 25 2013 4:06 PM EDT2013-10-25 20:06:53 GMT
    He's never really stopped to count them, but Jerry Wilson of Yeagertown has a story for every one of the rocks, gems and fossils in his collection. "We have all crystal here. Different colors," said Wilson,More >>
    He's never really stopped to count them, but Jerry Wilson of Yeagertown has a story for every one of the rocks, gems and fossils in his collection.More >>
  • Tickled about Pickleball in Chambersburg

    Tickled about Pickleball in Chambersburg

    Tuesday, October 22 2013 1:28 PM EDT2013-10-22 17:28:54 GMT
    Although the game has been around for decades, the popularity of Pickleball is booming, especially among "boomers." It's a paddle sport recently brought to the Chambersburg Country Club at the suggestionMore >>
    Although the game has been around for decades, the popularity of Pickleball is booming, especially among "boomers." It's a paddle sport recently brought to the Chambersburg Country Club at the suggestion of the club's vice president, Jim Baird, after discovering the game while visiting Florida.More >>
  • History surfaces in Perry County, scoop by scoop

    History surfaces in Perry County, scoop by scoop

    Monday, October 21 2013 4:14 PM EDT2013-10-21 20:14:13 GMT
    For a group of Perry and Cumberland county youngsters, it was a chance to dig into history. Literally. "Each one of you are going to have a square. Okay?," asked Victor Hart, director of the HistoricalMore >>
    For a group of Perry and Cumberland county youngsters, it was a chance to dig into history. Literally.More >>
  • A bit of the Lone Star state comes to York County

    A bit of the Lone Star state comes to York County

    Monday, October 21 2013 3:05 PM EDT2013-10-21 19:05:07 GMT
    York County Cattle farmer Shawn Pequignot says the breed of cattle he raises often confuses people. "When I tell people I raise Texas Longhorns, 'Oh, you're from Texas? No, I'm from Wellsville, Pennsylvania.More >>
    York County Cattle farmer Shawn Pequignot says the breed of cattle he raises often confuses people. "When I tell people I raise Texas Longhorns, 'Oh, you're from Texas? No, I'm from Wellsville, Pennsylvania. I raise Texas Longhorns,' " said Pequignot.More >>
  • Lancaster County Couple Takes their Sweets to the Streets

    Lancaster County Couple Takes their Sweets to the Streets

    Wednesday, October 16 2013 9:16 AM EDT2013-10-16 13:16:19 GMT
    Even in heavy Lancaster city traffic, this mobile business stands out. "It's like a big box on wheels, you know, just delivering cupcakes," said Jeff Mitchell, Co-owner of Lancaster Cupcake's big pinkMore >>
    Even in heavy Lancaster city traffic, this mobile business stands out. More >>
  • Halifax family brings riding therapy to upper Dauphin County

    Halifax family brings riding therapy to upper Dauphin County

    Wednesday, October 9 2013 10:54 AM EDT2013-10-09 14:54:10 GMT
    "They're coming because they want to be here. Nobody makes them come," said Jonathan Mattis, President of Grace Acres Therapeutic Riding Center, outside of Halifax. "They want to be here. So that's whatMore >>
    "They're coming because they want to be here. Nobody makes them come," said Jonathan Mattis, President of Grace Acres Therapeutic Riding Center, outside of Halifax. "They want to be here. So that's what makes it easier to do."More >>
  • A Large Family Tree with Roots in Mechanicsburg

    A Large Family Tree with Roots in Mechanicsburg

    When Russel and Anna Bahn of Mechanicsburg tied the knot in 1900, they had no idea it would someday lead to a large family reunion. Russel and Anna's granddaughter Elizabeth Bahn said the reunion is reallyMore >>
    When Russel and Anna Bahn of Mechanicsburg tied the knot in 1900, they had no idea it would someday lead to a large family reunion.More >>
  • Harrisburg Church Celebrates 30 Years of Feeding the Hungry

    Harrisburg Church Celebrates 30 Years of Feeding the Hungry

    Just outside Pine Street Presbyterian Church in Harrisburg, they gather every day. The hungry, waiting for a badly needed meal from Downtown Daily Bread, the church's long-time social outreach program.More >>
    Just outside Pine Street Presbyterian Church in Harrisburg, they gather every day. The hungry, waiting for a badly needed meal from Downtown Daily Bread, the church's long-time social outreach program. More >>
  • Racing Lawn Mowers in Upper Dauphin County

    Racing Lawn Mowers in Upper Dauphin County

    For most homeowners, time spent on a riding mower involves a lawn. It's like a manicure for grass. But, once a year in Upper Dauphin County, the only thing these mowers cut is time... off their laps. BrianMore >>
    For most homeowners, time spent on a riding mower involves a lawn. It's like a manicure for grass. But, once a year in Upper Dauphin County, the only thing these mowers cut is time... off their laps.More >>
  • A Taste of the Jungle in Central PA

    A Taste of the Jungle in Central PA

    Wednesday, September 25 2013 3:45 PM EDT2013-09-25 19:45:03 GMT
    The address at this facility might be Central Pennsylvania, but its residents are international. T&D's Cats of the World, in Penns Creek, Pa. A family run, non-profit wildlife refuge. "If they're walkingMore >>
    The address at this facility might be Central Pennsylvania, but its residents are international. T&D's Cats of the World, in Penns Creek, Pa. A family run, non-profit wildlife refuge.More >>
  • York County Sportsmen Open Fire for Navy SEALS

    York County Sportsmen Open Fire for Navy SEALS

    Friday, September 13 2013 11:13 AM EDT2013-09-13 15:13:37 GMT
    Thanks in part to a loveable little beagle named Spike, the United States Navy SEALS are getting some badly needed help in the form of a sporting clay shoot to benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation. It is anMore >>
    Thanks in part to a loveable little beagle named Spike, the United States Navy SEALS are getting some badly needed help in the form of a sporting clay shoot to benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation.More >>
  • Harrisburg Woman Celebrates 100 Years of Blessings

    Harrisburg Woman Celebrates 100 Years of Blessings

    Wednesday, September 11 2013 11:16 AM EDT2013-09-11 15:16:03 GMT
    Mother Thelma Odessa Wright says she prefers to talk about tomorrow. To plan ahead. But, as she marks her 100th birthday, she's enjoying a look back at her lifetime of loving, caring and giving. PerusingMore >>
    Mother Thelma Odessa Wright says she prefers to talk about tomorrow. To plan ahead. But, as she marks her 100th birthday, she's enjoying a look back at her lifetime of loving, caring and giving.More >>
  • York County Boy Scouts turn Vikings

    York County Boy Scouts turn Vikings

    Friday, September 6 2013 9:43 AM EDT2013-09-06 13:43:23 GMT
    At first glance, it had the makings of a typical boy scout camp, until you looked a little closer. For a group of York County Boy Scouts, it was a weekend in the Tenth century, courtesy of the LongshipMore >>
    At first glance, it had the makings of a typical boy scout camp, until you looked a little closer. For a group of York County Boy Scouts, it was a weekend in the Tenth century, courtesy of the Longship Company, a non-profit organization focused on the life and times of early northern European seafarers.More >>
  • Colonial Park Church in Touch with their community

    Colonial Park Church in Touch with their community

    Thursday, September 5 2013 2:41 PM EDT2013-09-05 18:41:24 GMT
    There were trucks that plow the sleet and snow. Trucks that lift, and some that tow. Trucks you fill with rocks and dirt. And vehicles called when someone's hurt. There were horns and sirens for all toMore >>
    There were trucks that plow the sleet and snow. Trucks that lift, and some that tow. Trucks you fill with rocks and dirt. And vehicles called when someone's hurt. There were horns and sirens for all to hear, as big imaginations kicked into gear.More >>
  • Dauphin County woman honored for volunteer work

    Dauphin County woman honored for volunteer work

    Friday, August 30 2013 2:52 PM EDT2013-08-30 18:52:21 GMT
    For 82 year old Elsie Kenno, it was supposed to be just another day of volunteering at Wildwood Park in Harrisburg. But, on this day, her weekly routine was interrupted. In the park sanctuary's communityMore >>
    For 82 year old Elsie Kenno, it was supposed to be just another day of volunteering at Wildwood Park in Harrisburg. But, on this day, her weekly routine was interrupted.More >>
  • Lebanon County town celebrates its national treasure

    Lebanon County town celebrates its national treasure

    Friday, August 30 2013 2:47 PM EDT2013-08-30 18:47:55 GMT
    For the new hotel in the town he was developing, Alexander Schaffer needed fresh water for his guests and their horses. His solution? He built a water delivery system that still works the same way more thanMore >>
    For the new hotel in the town he was developing, Alexander Schaffer needed fresh water for his guests and their horses. His solution? He built a water delivery system that still works the same way more than 250 years later.More >>
  • Mechanicsburg High School Wildcats Celebrate 70

    Mechanicsburg High School Wildcats Celebrate 70

    Thursday, August 29 2013 10:38 AM EDT2013-08-29 14:38:28 GMT
    For Roy Cramer, it was a greeting he repeated throughout the reunion luncheon. "Well, that's good. Great to see you." It was seven decades ago on the calendar, but for some of Mechanicsburg High SchoolMore >>
    It was seven decades ago on the calendar, but for some of Mechanicsburg High School class of '43, graduation was yesterday.More >>
  • York County man makes roller coaster riding an art

    York County man makes roller coaster riding an art

    Wednesday, August 21 2013 10:28 AM EDT2013-08-21 14:28:02 GMT
    For 30 year old Matt Meckley, his passion for roller coaster rides is a perfect fit for his other passion. "I enjoy visiting amusement parks, riding roller coasters," said Meckley as he pulled a sketchpadMore >>
    For 30 year old Matt Meckley, his passion for roller coaster rides is a perfect fit for his other passion.More >>
  • Making coal fashionable in upper Dauphin County

    Making coal fashionable in upper Dauphin County

    Friday, August 16 2013 10:50 AM EDT2013-08-16 14:50:46 GMT
    For most of the 19th century, through the first half of the 20th, coal mining, and the soot that came with it, were part of life in the upper Dauphin County community of Lykens. It is hardly an inspirationMore >>
    For most of the 19th century, through the first half of the 20th, coal mining, and the soot that came with it, were part of life in the upper Dauphin County community of Lykens. It is hardly an inspiration for fashion design, unless, like Zachary Wertz, you grew up there.More >>
  • Carlisle man was pilot for the pope

    Carlisle man was pilot for the pope

    Tuesday, August 13 2013 2:47 PM EDT2013-08-13 18:47:02 GMT
    A retired Marine colonel from Carlisle has plenty of stories to share since his duty was to fly the President and other heads of state, but one trip in particular really stands out: the time he piloted the pope.More >>
    A retired Marine colonel from Carlisle has plenty of stories to share since his duty was to fly the President and other heads of state, but one trip in particular really stands out: the time he piloted the pope.More >>
  • Elizabethtown man loves to grow, show and share

    Elizabethtown man loves to grow, show and share

    Friday, August 2 2013 1:30 PM EDT2013-08-02 17:30:14 GMT
    "I wanted an old fashioned Pennsylvania Country garden, like my grandfather had." That was the humble goal of floral artist Jim Showers when he moved into his century old family property in ElizabethtownMore >>
    "I wanted an old fashioned Pennsylvania Country garden, like my grandfather had." That was the humble goal of floral artist Jim Showers when he moved into his century old family property in Elizabethtown 23 years ago. More >>
  • Franklin County Couple Celebrate 70

    Franklin County Couple Celebrate 70

    Tuesday, July 30 2013 12:32 PM EDT2013-07-30 16:32:31 GMT
    Fred Gress was an 18 year old newlywed when he sailed off to World War Two. 16 year old Maxine was his pretty young bride who was not going to let a good man get away. "At the time, that's something thatMore >>
    Fred Gress was an 18 year old newlywed when he sailed off to World War Two. 16 year old Maxine was his pretty young bride who was not going to let a good man get away.More >>
  • Big time birthday for a Perry County town

    Big time birthday for a Perry County town

    Thursday, July 25 2013 11:33 AM EDT2013-07-25 15:33:36 GMT
    It's a welcome mat of beauty surrounding this western Perry county community. It's a town named after mill owner James Blaine, 250 years ago. The "e" in Blain has since disappeared, but not the small townMore >>
    It's a welcome mat of beauty surrounding this western Perry county community. It's a town named after mill owner James Blaine, 250 years ago.More >>
  • Midstate Rally spotlights VW Vanagons, buses, campers and friendship

    Midstate Rally spotlights VW Vanagons, buses, campers and friendship

    Tuesday, July 16 2013 2:35 PM EDT2013-07-16 18:35:58 GMT
    As president of the group, Matt Sim says he had little trouble finding members of the Susquehanna Valley Vanagon Club who wanted to participate. "We all like camping. We all like having fun," he said.More >>
    As president of the group, Matt Sim says he had little trouble finding members of the Susquehanna Valley Vanagon Club who wanted to participate.More >>
  • Campers learn from masters at jazz camp

    Campers learn from masters at jazz camp

    Friday, July 5 2013 10:28 AM EDT2013-07-05 14:28:55 GMT
    You won't find tents, campfires and all that jazz at a summer camp at Messiah College, but you will find all that jazz.More >>
    You won't find tents, campfires and all that jazz at a summer camp at Messiah College, but you will find all that jazz.More >>
  • Perry County Veterans Ride with Pride to Final Tributes

    Perry County Veterans Ride with Pride to Final Tributes

    Tuesday, July 2 2013 9:52 AM EDT2013-07-02 13:52:51 GMT
    It's something these veterans have been doing for decades. They make sure their fellow veterans are honored for their military service as part of their final services. "We're burying a brother, or sister,More >>
    It's something these veterans have been doing for decades. They make sure their fellow veterans are honored for their military service as part of their final services.More >>
  • Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce celebrates century of service

    Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce

    Friday, June 28 2013 9:50 AM EDT2013-06-28 13:50:04 GMT
    As in many economically successful communities, change has been a constant in the greater Carlisle area. Household names and key employers from the past are gone, but always replaced with businesses gearedMore >>
    As in many economically successful communities, change has been a constant in the greater Carlisle area.More >>
  • Harrisburg Museum Honors Civil War era volunteer fire fighters

    Harrisburg Museum Honors Civil War era volunteer fire fighters

    Tuesday, June 25 2013 10:01 AM EDT2013-06-25 14:01:30 GMT
    How firefighters get to a fire, and what they use when they get there, has been a process of change for centuries. It's an evolution brought to life at the Pennsylvania National Fire Museum in uptown Harrisburg. "WeMore >>
    How firefighters get to a fire, and what they use when they get there, has been a process of change for centuries. It's an evolution brought to life at the Pennsylvania National Fire Museum in uptown Harrisburg.More >>
  • West Shore Dentists Filling a Need

    West Shore Dentists Filling a Need

    Friday, June 21 2013 10:42 AM EDT2013-06-21 14:42:55 GMT
    On the inside, the offices of Camp Hill Dentists on Trindle Road had the look and sound of a typical dentist office. But in the parking lot behind the building, there were tents and patients waiting patiently. TheyMore >>
    On the inside, the offices of Camp Hill Dentists on Trindle Road had the look and sound of a typical dentist office. But in the parking lot behind the building, there were tents and patients waiting patiently.More >>
  • Historical Millersburg treasure back home after eight decade absence

    Historical Millersburg treasure back home after eight decade absence

    Tuesday, June 18 2013 10:03 AM EDT2013-06-18 14:03:32 GMT
    In the Upper Dauphin community of Millersburg, a once famous local treasure is back home, after an absence of nearly 80 years. It's a massive wooden clock, built by native son Jacob Light. It is now housedMore >>
    In the Upper Dauphin community of Millersburg, a once famous local treasure is back home, after an absence of nearly 80 years.More >>
  • York County man takes his game to the streets

    York County man takes his game to the streets

    Friday, June 14 2013 8:52 AM EDT2013-06-14 12:52:46 GMT
    In his college days, it was the game Dylan Acker and his buddies wanted to play at tail-gating parties. But bocce ball didn't work well. There was not enough space and the playing surface was too hard.More >>
    In his college days, it was the game Dylan Acker and his buddies wanted to play at tail-gating parties. But bocce ball didn't work well. There was not enough space and the playing surface was too hard. So, Acker and two classmates designed their own street version of the centuries old game.More >>
  • York County Teacher Pedals for the Kids

    York County Teacher Pedals for the Kids

    Wednesday, June 12 2013 10:14 AM EDT2013-06-12 14:14:04 GMT
    If you count his commute to and from Southern Middle School in Glen Rock, plus his after school rides, Bob Cousineau averages about fifty miles a day on his bike, training for a good cause. "I'm goingMore >>
    If you count his commute to and from Southern Middle School in Glen Rock, plus his after school rides, Bob Cousineau averages about fifty miles a day on his bike, training for a good cause.More >>
  • West Shore Fourth Graders in step with their heritage

    West Shore Fourth Graders in step with their heritage

    Tuesday, June 11 2013 11:20 AM EDT2013-06-11 15:20:23 GMT
    For over a hundred fourth graders at Sporting Hill Elementary School, it's not only the completion of a class project, it's a permanent and personal link to their past. It's a walkway of over a hundredMore >>
    For over a hundred fourth graders at Sporting Hill Elementary School, it's not only the completion of a class project, it's a permanent and personal link to their past.More >>
  • Perry County Family Tradition of Honoring Gettysburg Battlefield Legacy

    Perry County Family Tradition of Honoring Gettysburg Battlefield Legacy

    Friday, May 24 2013 9:48 AM EDT2013-05-24 13:48:51 GMT
    He was only six years old at the time, but Leroy Sites of New Bloomfield clearly remember his first visit to the Gettysburg Battlefield...and meeting some of the men who fought in the civil war. "WhatMore >>
    He was only six years old at the time, but Leroy Sites of New Bloomfield clearly remember his first visit to the Gettysburg Battlefield...and meeting some of the men who fought in the civil war.More >>
  • Spider Man Sighting in Perry County

    Spider Man Sighting in Perry County

    Friday, May 24 2013 9:36 AM EDT2013-05-24 13:36:10 GMT
    Beautiful Lake Holman at Little Buffalo State Park near Newport. 88 acres of boating and fishing, held in place by a 50 feet high, steeply sloped, hard to mow, earthen dam. The dam is a grass cutting challengeMore >>
    Beautiful Lake Holman at Little Buffalo State Park near Newport. 88 acres of boating and fishing, held in place by a 50 feet high, steeply sloped, hard to mow, earthen dam.More >>
  • The Civil War comes to Mifflin County

    The Civil War comes to Mifflin County

    Friday, May 17 2013 2:41 PM EDT2013-05-17 18:41:08 GMT
    Frank Jost says it's something the whole community looks forward to every year. "Reenacting gives people the chance to see what life was really like during the Civil War," said Jost, as he walked amongMore >>
    Frank Jost says it's something the whole community looks forward to every year. "Reenacting gives people the chance to see what life was really like during the Civil War."More >>
  • Spring time turtle tradition at a Cumberland County school

    Spring time turtle tradition at a Cumberland County school

    Tuesday, May 14 2013 1:43 PM EDT2013-05-14 17:43:58 GMT
    "This is the kids' favorite activity of the year," proclaimed Learning Support Teacher Kelly Brown as students excitedly poured out onto the playground of Crestview Elementary School. "He's a Russian Tortoise,"More >>
    "This is the kids' favorite activity of the year," proclaimed Learning Support Teacher Kelly Brown as students excitedly poured out onto the playground of Crestview Elementary School.
    Spring time turtle tradition at a Cumberland County school
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  • New Stage for a Midstate Singing Institution

    New Stage for a Midstate Singing Institution

    Tuesday, May 14 2013 1:37 PM EDT2013-05-14 17:37:53 GMT
    "There's so much wonderful music in the world that no human being could live long enough to discover it." That's what Linda Tedford, founder, artistic director and conductor of Susquehanna Chorale, hadMore >>
    "There's so much wonderful music in the world that no human being could live long enough to discover it."More >>
  • A Century of Wonderful Memories for West Shore Woman

    A Century of Wonderful Memories for West Shore Woman

    Wednesday, May 8 2013 9:03 AM EDT2013-05-08 13:03:37 GMT
    "This is where I grew up. I used to sit in that bay window," Madeline Balsbaugh noted, pointing to a painting of her childhood home in Lemoyne. And for Madeline Balsbaugh, celebrating her 100th birthdayMore >>
    "This is where I grew up. I used to sit in that bay window," Madeline Balsbaugh noted, pointing to a painting of her childhood home in Lemoyne.More >>

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