Starting Nikoli’s Pizza 16 years ago in Lower Allen Township came out of Ricci Magaro’s innate talent as a pizza chef.
When a congregation planned to leave its home on Walnut and Fourth Street in Boiling Springs, PJ Heyman was just a stained glass artist workin…
“Most people come here because they know they’ll be unique items,” Kristin Tuckey said. “All of their sisters aren’t getting it for Christmas.”
Cars have changed in the past 60 years, as have gender norms — although not always at the same pace.
“You just start slow, see if it sells,” Steve Knisely said. “You guess right and if you don’t, you get rid of it. There’s always 50 percent off.”
The big box stores have their algorithms to decide what to stock. The online giants have their algorithms that predict what customers might wa…
Cole’s Bicycles first met the needs of the Carlisle community by renting bicycles during World War II at a rate of 25 cents an hour out of the…
Jim and Karen Griffith needed a solution to shed more light on the Carlisle Christmas parade staging area.
People used to say that The Kitchen Shoppe was a “pretty nice store and cooking school for the middle of the cornfield,” according to owner Su…
Our fall quarterly edition of Inspire shines the spotlight on 10 area teachers in Cumberland County who lead with passion and enthusiasm.
How many times do you sit and think about that one time in school where a teacher inspired you?
In a way, Chris Irvin would rather have his students teach themselves.
Heather Jamiolkowski knew she would become a Spanish teacher after spending a year in Spain as a high school exchange student.
The boy had something important to say to Megan Beecher.
Her life changed when Katie Madden saw a broadcaster in a teacher’s body.
It was just the right kind of prescription to soothe frazzled nerves.
Megan Miller, a veteran teacher at Mechanicsburg Middle School, said she initially chose her profession because “I wanted to give back.”
A population shift away from agriculture has created a broader disconnect with each generation.
Amber Stewart has an idea of where her passion for Boiling Springs High School’s work experience program began.
Chemistry is the key to a good reaction in students — Ashley Knight knows the formula.
Families that fall on hard times need not fall between the cracks. There are safety nets to catch them and help them bounce back.
Nicole Deary admits she's something of a personal development junkie.