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Let’s clear our minds of snow, closed interstates, raging creeks and rewind to a simpler time — a time that still exists. It’s pocketed in sleepy east central Ohio, where the land sways like gentle waves on the sea.
AUGUSTA, ME — Lawmakers are considering requiring horse-drawn buggies to display reflectors or lights at night in response to safety concerns on the rural, winding roads surrounding Maine’s growing number of Amish communities.
MONTGOMERY, IN - The old chestnut is that basketball is its own religion in Indiana, a church that welcomes Hoosiers into the temple on cold winter nights, celebrating raucous services in front of screaming parishioners.
BERKS COUNTY, PA - On June 26, 1959, the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission dedicated a roadside plaque along Old Route U.S. 22 in Upper Bern Township, just a mile west of Shartlesville, commemorating the Northkill Amish congregation that was established there in 1740.
Jennifer Staggemeyer of Waukon, riding in the passenger seat Feb. 17 on the drive home from visiting the Twin Cities, managed to get her phone up just in time to record a short clip of an Amish Iowa man skiing alongside the road, pulled by a horse and buggy that seemingly had no driver.
Anticipation is high for the TWA Hotel. Opening on May 15, the new hotel has transformed Eero Saarinen’s 1962 TWA Flight Center into a new lodging option for travelers passing through New York City’s John F. Kennedy Airport.
NEW YORK - In what is being billed as a toast to American craftsmanship, two Amish-owned firms in Ohio beat out competitors from three Asian countries to win the contract for the TWA Hotel. Opening in Spring 2019, it will feature custom-built millwork proudly crafted in the U.S.A. by expert Amish woodworkers.
ALBANY, NY — The state Appellate Division of Supreme Court has granted an appeal made by a St. Johnsville man who was sentenced to a 40-year term in state prison in May 2015 for abusing six Amish boys over the course of a seven-year period.