Four members of an Amish family are dead after their hired van was struck by a cement truck as they traveled home from a funeral in central Pennsylvania.
The newspaper says that in both cases the man spoke to the victims, and nothing was taken from the homes.
Chris celebrates Wawa’s 50th anniversary and discusses a man arrested for jogging naked on the Main Line. He talks to former Wawa CEO Howard Stoeckel and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
A male Pennsylvania police officer has been dressing as an Amish woman—along with a female officer from a neighboring department—hoping to scare off a man suspected of exposing himself to Amish children.
Beiler’s, the beloved Amish bakery located inside Reading Terminal, was singled out for inclusion on the list because of its “variety of handcrafted Amish desserts.”
A Pennsylvania man who stars in the Discovery Channel show “Amish Mafia” has been sentenced to three to 23 months in prison for leading police on a chase that injured a state trooper last summer.
State police say the crash happened Monday evening on Westville Road in Hartly.
Members of the Amish community where a gunman killed five girls in a one-room schoolhouse in 2006 are writing letters to reach out in sympathy to parents in Newtown, Conn.
A new reality show called “Breaking Amish” tells the story of several Amish and Mennonite young adults who have decided to break away from their strict religious lifestyle to try life in New York City.
Chris agrees with President Obama that this year’s election will be about different governing philosophies. He discusses an Amish buggy that was held up by a gunman, media coverage of Pennsylvania’s voter ID law and the new investigation that will be funded by Joe Paterno’s family to clear his name.
Authorities say that Carter pulled his car in front of the horse and buggy that the Amish couple was using, jumped out of his car with a handgun and demanded money from the couple.
A three-day festival celebrating the traditions, foods, and crafts of the Pennsylvania Dutch is underway through Saturday at the Reading Terminal Market.
The Amish are known for their disdain of modern technology. That includes electricity, cars and computers but apparently not defibrillators.
The Reading Terminal Market is holding a Pennsylvania Dutch Festival, through Saturday.