For the Love of the Land

by James Rada Jr., photography by Phil Grout Farming once had an image. Farmers were weathered-skinned men dressed in coveralls and working all day to…

Ready Set Goals

by Kym Byrnes, photography by Bill Ryan The notion that a plan is necessary to reach goals, and that goals are necessary to achieve success, is the th…

Hagerman Restoration: Eye for Detail

by Kym Byrnes, photography by Bill Ryan Most days Paul Hagarman can be found in a workshop, surrounded by generations-old furniture that is broken, sc…

The Perfect Tree

“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas” — especially when the evergreens that have been planted for the coming holiday season gradually grow tal…

Taking the Stigma Out of Seeking Help

by Sylvia Blair Forty-nine-year-old Kim* has battled depression for 20 years and has also experienced chronic anxiety for the past six years. A series…

From Skate to Tile

by James Rada, Jr., photography by Phil Grout Growing up, Rich Moorhead loved to skateboard. He liked the speed, the feel of the wind on his face, and…

Gary Laird: Taking Care of Business

by Nancy Duffy, photography by Bill Ryan It is difficult to catch up with a man who is always on the move. From the South Hills of Pittsburgh, Pa. to …

Long Live the Queen

by Jennifer Noel, photography by Gregory Blank Strength in numbers. The adage certainly proves to be true, especially when it comes to honey bees. Tho…

Blending Compassion and Skill

by Lisa Moody Breslin, photography by Walter P. Calahan Dr. Zaher Srour moved his practice from Manhattan, NY to the Hanover-York area in 2007 to have…

To Have and To Hold

by Kym Byrnes Although weddings conjure thoughts of romance and love and beautiful things – there is a tremendous amount of work (and chaos and decisi…

Enjoying the Open Road

by James Rada, Jr., photography by Phil Grout With the weather warming up and the days getting longer, many people are hitting the road and letting th…

Settle In With a Good Book

by James Rada, Jr.  photography by Bill Ryan Is it a bookstore, coffee shop, or café? Does it even matter? When you walk into the Reader’s Café on Bro…

One Blade at a Time

by Jeffrey B. Roth   photography by Phil Grout The first question that comes to mind when talking to Rob “Deker” Dekerbaum, 40, is how does a computer…

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