This gas station has ok prices, not as cheap as the Hess just next door but on par with the Exxon across the street. It's clean and convenient--right on Rte 1. Only a couple miles off of 95 and prices are better than closer to the interstate.
I attended this church as a child and was married there. Parishioners are friendly and welcoming. The church is small but pretty and well kept. Father Gilbert is very friendly.
Elmira college is the quintessential small liberal arts college. It is situated in the small town of Elmira NY. The campus is beautiful and features historic buildings and manicured lawns. Classes are very small and the professors know the students by name. Most classes feature lots of interaction with the professor. Students are required to live on campus which adds to the community of the college. Students tend to be upper middle class and from the northeast but people from all walks of life will feel welcome and at home there. They have great scholarship packages and most students who attend are there on scholarship. Overall it is a wonderful experience, rich with tradition, and for the student who really wants a small campus with a very homey feel, this is the right place!
Not sure if this is considered Cowanesque Valley HS, but it was all that was listed and I am going to assume it does. This school was a decent school went I went there in the 90s. I know it has undergone some changes since but cannot comment on those. Teachers were good and it's a small school so everyone knows everyone. This can be good or bad. No advanced placement classes when I was there (bad). Lots of opportunities to get involved.
This museum is huge and features all sorts of exhibits involving aerospace. They have flight simulators that, for a fee, you can drive and flip yourself silly. Highly recommended! Admission is free to all museums!
This is the only theater in the area that we will go to. It's HUGE and has big stadium-style theaters. Lots of legroom and seats that recline a little. Armrests lift for cuddling. Huge concession stand--you can get a full meal if you want. It's expensive--tickets are 9 bucks each--but they have student discounts, senior citizen discounts, and do promotions with some of the restaurants in Arundel Mills.
The garage I park in is always clean and well lit. The elevators always work and I feel safe being there. However, they are somewhat lacking in customer service. I once called them to complain about a rude attendant and no one returned my call. However I'd still recommend them for the reasons given above.
This station has gas prices that run about the same as others in the surrounding area but are certainly less than those at the very exensive Exxon just down the road. Convenient to Powder Mill Road and Cherry Hill Road.
I chose this bank because the checking account earns a (small) interest rate. I kept them as a bank for several years because the service is very friendly and they feature free online banking. ATMs can be hard to come by, however. They feature a full range of services from loans to CDs to checking and savings accounts. They also feature free online bill pay.
My husband was injured in his leg and we took him to the ER at UMMS. We were there for about 4 hours total--not terribly bad for a non-lifethreatening injury I suppose. Of that we waited for about 3 and a half hours before being seen. The care he received was good, they did everything I thought they should have. Nothing ended up being wrong besides a bad bruise, but he required X rays and crutches. Total cost was 300. Overall, not how anyone wants to spend time, but I thought the staff made it worth going there. They also have a shock trauma center that sees lifethreatening cases from all over the region.