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Category Archives: Stephanie Reighart
I tend to grocery shop hungry, so I developed rules to keep myself from impulse shopping.
We all love free stuff. But what does it really cost?
The girls are still working toward their goal, but making significant progress.
Spoutwood Farm Center located in Codorus Township was recently featured on the website of the organization Certified Naturally Grown. The certification is available to farms that do not use synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides or GMOs. Similar to USDA certified … Continue reading
In a world of electronics, sometimes the hackers win.
This week while researching my story about the rise of dollar stores in York County, I had an epiphany. Dollar stores, with a smaller footprint than grocery stores or big box stores, can — and do — fit easily into … Continue reading
Most of us feel deeply challenged by how to get more done, more efficiently, in a world of relentlessly rising demand. The default answer is to put in more time. But just as that may be counterproductive in workouts, so it is at work.
Crab populations in the Chesapeake Bay seem to be healthy, according to the latest report.
Last night, I went to a screening of “Gasland 2” for work. While the film argued against the natural gas drilling industry and its potential harms to the environment and human health, it was a minor point that resonated with … Continue reading
Krista Greene of Newberry Township has always had “a heart for missions,” she said. Her father was a pastor and she went on mission trips as a kid. Years later, with a family to raise, Greene didn’t have the means … Continue reading