Franklin Co.’s Old Jail makes any time spooky

October 9, 2017

So, you don’t believe in ghosts? Prove yourself right — or wrong — with a visit to Franklin County, Pa.  The first settlers ventured into the south central Pennsylvania area in 1730, while the county […]


Screams echo in the darkness at Scary Harry’s

October 9, 2017

The sound of screams is music to Amanda Ondo’s ears. Ondo and her husband, Paul, own and operate Scary Harry’s Haunted Trail, an attraction in the western Pennsylvania community of Homer City designed to give […]

Adventures in Taste

A Gettysburg visit includes foodie delights

October 9, 2017

Long before the Confederacy receded from its high-water mark, Gettysburg and surrounding Adams County, Pa., were already known as a “bread basket.” The area’s fields and forests fed a growing local population and provided trade […]

Civil War

Getting the most from Gettysburg

August 31, 2017

A nation on the brink. Two armies on the move. The media on its toes. A president on alert and a town on guard. Freedom for all is on the line. No one and nothing […]


Plan a getaway to Raystown Lake

August 9, 2017

Raystown Lake, the largest lake that is entirely within Pennsylvania, has been a prime vacation destination since its creation in 1973. At 8,300 acres in size, it’s ideal for fishing and watersports, with seemingly countless […]