Small is Big when It Comes to Shopping Locally

Janice Lane Palko

Founded in 2010, Small Business Saturday, is celebrated each year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. In just a few short years, this event has been embraced by shoppers as a day to purchase holiday gifts while at the same time supporting local business owners and communities. In addition, it has made consumers aware of how important it is to shop locally. As you head out to do your holiday shopping, be sure to visit the following local businesses or shopping destinations and don’t forget to engage the services of your hometown service providers. It benefits them, our community and you. [Read more…]

Concierge Gurus Editorial

Concierge Gurus: Personal Assistants for Busy People Bringing Balance to Everyday life

Want more time? Want to free-up your evenings and weekends? Tired of chores, errands and paperwork that keep you from spending your time the way you want? [Read more…]

2017 is The Year of the Rooster

Rothrock’s Kung Fu & Tai Chi

Wishes you a Happy Chinese New Year (gong hei fat choy – Congratulations and be Prosperous)

2017 is The Year of the Rooster and starts on January 28th. [Read more…]

Specialty Care for Special Women


                          By Rosemary Garrity

Each year we are reminded that October is designated as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There are a plethora of events, fundraisers and media coverage focusing on this dreadful disease. [Read more…]

Join the 25-Year Celebration of the Log Cabin Inn

Nestled in the woods on Route 19 just north of Zelienople, the Log Cabin Inn has been serving classic American cuisine in an intimate, casual atmosphere for twenty-five years. [Read more…]