Amanda Reconstructed

by: Kari Larsen; Photo by Jessica Snider Harrisburg-area student overcomes savage accident to spread positivity nationwide. Amanda Kloehr wants to be a professional motivational speaker. This is what she told me when we got together to talk, but she demonstrated this...
All photos by Paul V Photography
by Jill Gleeson Forget what you think you know about Qatar, if you think you know anything at all. The tiny country on the Arabian Gulf may be the wealthiest in the world right now, thanks to immense deposits of...
Since January 1st, Isaac's Restaurants has been working hard with our customers to feed those in need in the communities where we work and live! We're doing this via our 5th Annual "Get Soup! Give Soup!" campaign that runs...
By: Christine Conard Shultz; Photographs by Ronald Conard A Look Back at Hurricane Agnes in Harrisburg 40 Years After (page 1 of 3) In June 1972, I was 6 years old, and for three days, beginning June 22, Hurricane Agnes pummeled most of...

2018 Pennsylvania Farm Show

Strength in Our Diversity Every year, in the second week of January, hundreds of thousands of people — in busses, tractor trailers, pick-ups, wagons, SUVs and hybrids — converge on the Capital City for the Pennsylvania Farm Show. This year...
On Sunday, March 18, 2018, Little Amps Coffee Roasters’ Rwanda Cyato was named America’s Best Espresso at Coffee Fest in Baltimore, Md. after edging out Philadelphia’s Elixir Coffee. The competition included 24 different roasters from the eastern states and...
The white-bright lights are up in the shiny-surfaced TV studio on Queen Street in York, barely a half hour before the 4 p.m. show goes live. A row of strategically placed, automated, high-def cameras divide the studio. On one side,...
By Scott Campbell Seldom is someone at age 26 the CEO of a company, even a small one.  Jason Klock can claim otherwise. The Harrisburg man is the founder and chief administrator of Klock Entertainment, an enterprise that was years...
By Scott Campbell Up against the blacktop and concrete of Middletown’s busy North Union Street is the aptly named Arts on Union Gallery. The owner, and occupant of the 19th-century structure, is Christine Goldbeck. The energetic 47-year-old woman opened her...