Sweet on a nostalgic treat and an abundance of zucchini

By Ann Fulton, Fountain Avenue Kitchen

Do you remember Pudding Pops? In the 1980s, Bill Cosby was the spokesman for this popular frozen treat. The chocolate version was similar to a creamy Fudgesicle, almost like a scoop of ice cream … Continue reading

Mom’s pick of the week: Getting busy with the bees

If your breakfast table is home to a plastic bear–the kind best known for squeezing out that delicious natural sweetener, honey–then you may know that humble, hardworking honey bees have had a tough time of it lately. Our busy friends … Continue reading

LancMoms Summer Photo Contest: Get out the vote

The LancMoms Summer Photo Contest is waiting for your vote!  With entries now submitted and on display, it’s time for you to tell us which one is the winning summer snap. Simply click on the link below to take you to the voting … Continue reading

Mount Gretna Outdoor Art Show, in 40th year, is ‘a wonderful tradition’

By Laura Knowles, Correspondent

There is a certain magic that descends on Mount Gretna with its annual outdoor art show.

The trees seem to shimmer in the sunlight, the shadows dance along the wooded pathways, hundreds of artists gather to … Continue reading

CPYB Presents A Season of Three Fairy Tale Performances

Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet Presents A Season of Three Fairy Tale Performances

The Perfect Children’s Adventure: Hansel and Gretel

Celebrate the Holiday Tradition that Always Delights: George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker™

The Story of Dreams that Come … Continue reading

Lancaster East Side Market Community Day

Lancaster East Side Market will be hosting its first Community Day Event on Sunday, August 17 from 10-2pm at Musser Park. Our weekly vendors will be there, including: Slow Rise Bakery, Lancaster Pickle Company, Blue Rock Farm, Susquehanna Permaculture, BeeBees … Continue reading

Bookworms listen for sale’s starting bell

On the morning of Wednesday, Aug. 13, crowds will assemble just off Route 30 East, awaiting the starting bell.

No, the stock market hasn’t moved south.

The sounding of this bell signals the opening of a market for used books.

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Kindness of strangers: Good Samaritan turns life around for homeless mom she passed on the street

By Tom Knapp, Staff Writer

Jenedith Fontanez reached a breaking point and burst into tears.

Trudging down the street about two weeks back, her arms loaded down with a baby and several bags, Fontanez was homeless, carless and had nowhere … Continue reading

Sons found OK after police issued Amber Alert for Drexel Hill man suspected of killing wife

A Pennsylvania father on the run possibly held up a New York pharmacy while on the run after police issued an Amber Alert and launched a multi-state manhunt overnight for the Delaware County man and two boys after officers found … Continue reading

Mom’s pick of the week: Babysitting classes

I was a lousy babysitter when I was a teen. I yapped with my friends on the phone, searched the fridge for good things to eat, and hustled the kids to bed precisely at the appointed bedtime. Don’t get me … Continue reading