January 8, 2009 RSS feed / Church News

Agriculture Is "Keeping PA Growing"

Farm Show

HARRISBURG - The 2009 Pennsylvania Farm Show promises to offer something to interest each of its anticipated 400,000 visitors - from milkshakes to tractors to alpacas, said Agriculture Secretary Dennis Wolff last week as he announced that the 93r More...

WIN Forming Book Reading Group

Creating art, reading a book, or talking to someone you trust, what could be better? Some people express themselves through an outward express like art. Others internalize their personal reflections on life and express them through intricate words. More...

Farewell Party Held For Iraq-Bound Serviceman

The family of Kerry McCarty surprised the 18-year-old U.S. Army serviceman Dec. 23 with a farewell party held at Knobsville United Methodist Church. McCarty leaves Jan. 18 for his first deployment to Iraq and is presently stationed at Fort Dix, N.J. More...

Cards Of Thanks

COVER The family of Lillian Cover would like to thank family and friends for the acts of sympathy expressed through phone calls, cards, food, flowers and prayers. More...

Birth Announced

Tylec Johnson would like to announce the birth of his little brother, Adrian Wilson Johnson. He was born December 18, 2008, at 10:03 a.m. He weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and 20 inches long. More...

Engagement

Ed Stonecipher and Tammy Spriggs would like to announce their engagement. Ed is the son of Donald and Linda Stonecipher of Fayetteville. Tammy is the daughter of Edgar "Tuck" Miller of Needmore and Dorita Davis of Berkeley Springs. More...

Chefs To Delight Culinary Senses At Farm Show

PA Preferred Best Chef of Pennsylvania winner to be named

Popular chefs from the Food Network and Pennsylvania restaurants will show visitors at the 2009 Pennsylvania Farm Show how to create culinary masterpieces from locally produced ingredients through live cooking demonstrations and competitions. More...

More Bad News For Struggling Harrisburg Mall

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - The Harrisburg Mall is facing more bad news, as Barnes & Noble is again delaying the opening of a partially built store there. More...