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“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, Everywhere you go; Take a look at the Five and Ten glistening once again, With candy canes and silver lanes a glow.” A Christmas classic written by Meredith Willson and one of many...
For years, one of my first holiday decorating purchases has been an amaryllis. My family has always been fascinated with the dramatic and amazingly fast-growing amaryllis.
The holidays are filled with hustle and bustle. Sometimes the list of things to do overwhelms and distracts from the simple joy of the holidays. Instead of spending time with those we love, we sometimes find ourselves taken over the many things we...
For almost a century, the liars den in Mather has stood as a landmark and reminder of the town’s coal mining heritage.
Lena Galing and a fuzzy bundle of legs topped with a puffball head struck a pose on the porch of the Farm Store that is tucked beside the pasture fence of Lippencott Alpacas. It’s a sunny day, but the chill of winter is settling in. All...
Text and photos by C.R. Nelson
One day a year, visitors arrive at the Good Ol’ Days House in Belle Vernon clad in footed pajamas, fleece robes, plaid flannel PJs and fuzzy slippers. They nosh on holiday snacks and sip winter beverages as they tour the charming, nostalgic...
Our region has weathered a few polar vortexes over the years, but some members of the Order of Owls 1038 in Fredericktown are planning their own icy start to 2018 by partaking in the traditional Polar Plunge into the Monongahela River.
Charleroi business owners frequently use the word “team” as part of their daily interactions with each other and their customers, though their definition may differ somewhat from the standard.
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