This month we hear from Scott & Diane Barrows, owners of Lancaster Recumbent, who are moving their business to West Market Street in Marietta later this month. Welcome, Lancaster Recumbent!

We aren’t your typical cyclists. We don’t wear spandex (although we applaud those who do). And we don’t ride traditional upright cycles. We just find riding a bike to be more enjoyable riding ‘bent (recumbent)....

Born and raised in Lancaster County, Tania Cooper moved to Maytown in 2015. She began pursuing a career in real estate after enjoying a search for a home in the area. Her love for history and architecture was a natural fit.

Tania has a sincere desire to help her clients find the perfect home, and to make the process of purchasing or selling their home go as smoothly as possible.

Upon receiving her r...

This month we hear from Lillian Hill, owner of New Life Upholstery. New Life Upholstery is located at 462 E Front Street in Marietta. MABA is happy to have Lillian as a member of our community and our business association. In Lillian's voice . . .

I hail from White Plains, NY but am now a local, I think, having lived here in this area over 50 years. I have an English degree, and, as my mother would...

LunaPic.com is a free to use, online photo editing website. LunaPic was created by Marietta resident, David deVitry, over 10 years ago. David was inspired to create LunaPic because he couldn't find a website that allowed users to easily edit pictures.  It was a natural fit due to David's interest in photography and his background in banking, publishing, and E-commerce.

At LunaPic.com, internet user...

Stacey Betts grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia and attended Temple University's School of Law. After graduating in 1990, she chose to begin her legal career in Ephrata and has been practicing law in Lancaster County ever since.

When she moved to the Manheim area, the life experience of having two sons with special needs propelled Stacey to become well versed in the laws related to special educ...

Eric Miller is a realtor who has been working in Marietta and surrounding areas for the past 10 years. Clients often comment on how well Eric listens to their wants and needs, and how enthusiastic and optimistic he is throughout their journey of finding a home. This may be because Eric has had the perfect background to develop him into an ideal realtor. In college, he studied Communications with a...

You may have heard some of the following letters and numbers : VHS, minDV, 16mm, 8mm, LP, 8-track. If they do have meaning for you, then My Digital Conversion, located in the former Farmers First Bank, may be of service to you or someone you kow. My Digital Conversion (MDC) can help preserve your memories by converting them to a digital form. MDC can convert almost any consumer, and many professio...

Tammy Weidman loves pets, particularly dogs. She has years of experience in retail and is a pro at customer service. When she decided to combine her experience with her passion, For the Love of Dog was born. This specialty pet shop features healthy pet food and eco-friendly bedding and toys that can’t be found in a typical pet shop. Shopping at For The Love Of Dog means getting quality product wit...

What do you do when you love serving others, have a passion for gardening, and feel at home in the kitchen? For Pam and Dallas Fritz, the answer was simple: you become innkeepers. They have been the proud owners of a High Queen Anne Victorian Bed & Breakfast named B.F. Hiestand House since June 2000. This historic 6-room home is nestled in the heart of Marietta in western Lancaster County.

Prepare...

Express Laundry and Linens began when Bev Kreider and her husband, Bruce, purchased the Spangler Launderama in 2003. By the end of 2008, nearly all the washers and dryers had been replaced. The business was renamed “Express Laundry” to reflect the expanded services of wash and fold and business laundry. Express now launders items for B&Bs and massage therapists, as well as items such as uniforms,...

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