Recent Articles
  • Queen of Billiards-Ruth McGinnis

    In our Hometown History feature, we take a look back at Ruth McGinnis of Honesdale.  She was an amazing billiard player, competing in a predominantly male only sport.  She was considered the  World Womens’ Billiard Champion back in the 1930’s.  Her story is featured in the Smithsonian.

  • Home & Backyard 2018 Part 1

    Home & Backyard looks at several memorable stories in 2018

  • Home & Backyard 2018 Part 3

    Home & Backyard looks at several memorable stories in 2018

  • World of Little League Museum

    This month’s Ford Great Escape takes us to South Williamsport to visit the Little League Museum! We take a tour through 6 innings to learn how Little League got started, and how it has become what is is today.

  • Hortulus Farm Garden and Nursery Part II

    Jackie Lewandoski meets up with Jack Staub for a tour of the beautiful stone farmhouse on the Hortulus property.  We also walk through the vegetable garden on the farm where the space is maximized to offer a variety of vegetables.

  • Hortulus Farm Garden and Nursery Part IV

    No farm is complete without animals, and Hortulus Farm Garden and Nursery has their share of fury and feathered friends.  We get to meet all of them.  Plus we get a peek of their herb garden complete with sundial and beautiful boxwood.  

  • Home & Backyard 2017 Part 3

    Home and Backyard looks at several memorable stories in 2017.

  • Home & Backyard 2017 Part 2

    Home and Backyard looks at several memorable stories in 2017.

  • Home & Backyard 2017 Part 1

    Home and Backyard looks at several memorable stories in 2017.

  • Home & Backyard 2017 Part 4

    Home and Backyard looks at several memorable stories in 2017.

  • “Merry Christmas” Wooden Sign Craft

    We head to Cup of Paint in Exeter to create a wooden sign that’s sure to bring you Christmas cheer. 1701 Wyoming Ave. Suite 5 Exeter, Pennsylvania Phone: (570) 535-9513

  • Vintage Santa Mold Wreath

    Keith Phelps from Inspired Designs by Keith Phelps, shows us how we can make a framed wreath complete with a vintage Santa mold.  

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