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If you can write a book with your father, Liz Miller highly recommends it. "It was a really fun experience to have that time together," she said about helping her father, Dr. Albert Miller, write his memoirs about leaving the Amish...
In December of 2019, the Yoder family was traveling east on Route 60 in Buckingham County when George M. Lee crashed his Chevrolet Silverado into their horse and buggy, killing mother Sylvia Yoder, throwing her husband from the vehicle...
As Holmes County Deputy Sheriff Sgt. Joe Mullet said to the assembled fifth- through eighth-grade Amish students gathered at Chestnut Ridge Elementary School recently, you can be doing everything right while riding your bike on the road...
Sexual abuse in Pennsylvania Amish communities has been rampant and underreported, according to recent reports, leading the state to consider new legislation that would require more education and prevention measures within the faith community.
With its furniture made by a couple of dozen rural American workshops and in-house craftsmen, Arcola, Ill., manufacturer Simply Amish would seem to be far removed from the global supply-chain strains that have hobbled most businesses.
Pennsylvania State Police have placed two troopers on administrative duty amid an investigation into the shooting of a horse that had escaped from a farm in Chester County last December. The animal was euthanized after it was shot on a highway.
When I look back at the years I spent growing up in my Old Order Amish community, there’s not much I remember liking. My relationship with my parents was shallow. They were the cat, and I was the mouse.
A 74-year old Amish man stands accused of sexually assaulting several children in Ashland County. Joas Swartzentruber, of Polk, was indicted last week on a total of nine charges, including two counts each of rape, gross sexual imposition and unlawful sexual conduct with a minor.
PHILADELPHIA — Hand-painted signs in Amish country often advertise fresh eggs, shoofly pies or handmade quilts, but the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is trying to determine whether one Lancaster County farmer’s sizable gun collection was also his side hustle.
I was born into an Amish family in a farmhouse, delivered by my grandmother. I attended church every Sunday, with few exceptions from the time I was born. I remember hearing about the second coming of Christ and an eternal heaven to follow.
We got up like we normally do. I made coffee and Ray’s tea. I usually read and study for a while, then lay back down and rest my eyes. This morning, I started thinking about how the Amish stuff is such an idol.
Daviess County officials are once again looking at the possibility of raising the fees on buggy plates. The discussion came up at a recent Daviess County Commissioners meeting but was tabled until early next year.
In box trucks and horse-drawn wagons, Amish farmers and others carry corrugated crates of bright vegetables and fruits to an open-sided auction house in Oxford, Chester County, Pa., to meet buyers for grocers, restaurants, and caterers three mornings a week.
My name is Mattie E. Miller, and I left home, my family, and my friends three years ago on October 9, 2018. For twenty-six years of my life, I was born and raised in the Amish community of Middlefield, Ohio.