The large brick home on the property was formerly a toll stop and tavern located on Route 11, a main route for travelers, according to the website.
"It’s a turnkey operation which means it has everything there to run a restaurant," Realtor Charlie Mallios said of the building that formerly housed Scalles restaurant.
Don’t have a green thumb? No problem. This Pottery Barn faux olive tree dupe doesn’t need bright light or water, but still gives your space a touch of green. TikTok creator @katie.gomes was impressed by the quality.
There’s more to the 106th Pennsylvania Farm Show than steers and square dancing, cooking demonstrations and chocolate milkshakes, chickens and a cheese competition.
A Dauphin County woman who was arrested after a series of incidents in November said she tried to escape while being transported from a hospital back to Cumberland County Prison.
The township is in the process of deciding what to do with the 61-acre piece of land, most of which is occupied by former horse pastures.
"Words matter, and baseball 'bullpens' devalue talented players and mock the misery of sensitive animals," a PETA executive said.
As superintendent of the Hunters Run and Slate Belt Railroad, Givler dispatched 80 men to fight the mountain fire while he and a few other men boarded a company engine bound for Laurel.
Fire crews battled a barn fire in the 1100 block of the Harrisburg Pike in Middlesex Township Thursday.
Pennsylvania State Police shut down I-81 in both directions around 3:30 p.m. Thursday due to the brush fires. Both lanes reopened around 4:15 p.m.
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Channel the adventuresome spirit of one of the planet’s most inspired writers with a plan to explore more than 26 miles of hiking, horseback and cycling trails across 1,400 acres in the stunning Sonoma Valley. In time, you can visit the stone barn and the home where London wrote his page-turners. The author of “Call of the Wild” and “White Fang” was laid to rest on this landscape that nurtured his creativity and drive. It is now a National Historic Landmark. Currently, you can access the historic area, trails and picnic tables. From afar, you can also access the park’s natural beauty through a video series that includes ideas for engaging with nature in meaningful ways. More to explore: www.jacklondonpark.com
17 stations responded to the fire around noon Tuesday.
Multiple fire companies were called to a barn fire in the 100 block of Asper Road in Lower Mifflin Township on Tuesday afternoon. The barn was…
By the time of his death in 1790, Matthew Miller had acquired nearly 600 acres of land in Middlesex Township and at least another 1,000 acres in and outside of Pennsylvania.
More than 80 evacuated in blaze