Now that Pennsylvanians 16 and older have universal access to COVID-19 vaccines, LNP | LancasterOnline gathered answers about what it means for scheduling and appointments at Lancaster County’s largest vaccination sites.
Sharon Stoltzfus’s Airbnb listing for her “Lush Spa Suite” in Bird-in-Hand features photos of crisp white walls punctuated by striking touches of blue. Blue accent pillows. Blue pots. The blue glow of a portable air purifier. Purchasing the latter was a recent, pandemic-driven decision made …
Easter is Sunday, April 4, and businesses and organizations around the county are planning ways to feed the community during the holiday weekend.
Two Lancaster County markets are on the short lists for the best in the nation.
A spike in COVID-19 cases has also created a rise in unemployment in our area.
In the late ’90s and early aughts, I spent a chunk of time flying back and forth to Barbados and Grenada. Although the boyfriends turned out to be duds, I began a love affair with a force that proved far more reliable and enduring — the food and the drink.
As Lancaster County gears up to launch a COVID-19 mass vaccination site next week and anticipates an increased number of vaccines in the coming weeks under a strengthened state allocation formula, many county residents still have questions about how they can access the vaccine.
Vaccine-eligible residents in Lancaster County can now register with a new tool launched by UPMC.
Catholics will not receive the traditional sign of the cross on their foreheads during Ash Wednesday this year, per instruction from the Vatican. Clergy will sprinkle the ashes on participants’ foreheads instead, according to a news release from the Diocese of Harrisburg.
The pandemic has me doing a lot of sitting — at my work-from-home desk, but also on my meditation cushion. What was once a curious “thing” that I’d try occasionally has become a daily part of my life, as essential as brushing my teeth or making dinner. The many meditation styles to choose fr…
Snow angels or soup? As this three-day snowstorm rounds the corner, that’s what I’m deliberating. Mister Husband is outside with his sparkly new shovel while I type these words from a room with a view, and I imagine he will be needing some après-dig sustenance to shake off the chill.
Sight & Sound Theatres is known for its larger-than-life stage productions of classic Bible tales on its 300-foot wraparound stage, often with live animals.