Jason Nark has been an enterprise reporter with the Daily News since 2008. He's covered just about everything and that's the way he likes it. He lives in South Jersey with his three kids and a dog, and likes to sleep in tents as much as possible.

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Is old farm equipment on the lawn part of rural Pennsylvania’s charm — or just junk?

“Please keep our area free of the snobby city attitude that we could all live without,” one Adams County resident said. “If transplants don’t want to see farm machinery, barns and sheds, etc. then they should not have moved here!”

Confessions of a (maybe, mildly) crazy sports dad

Referees aren't perfect -- and neither are parents.

One dead, one wounded in Mayfair shooting

Police have made no arrests in the shooting.

Is the world’s biggest Ouija board in Western Pa. or Massachusetts? Yes. No. Goodbye.

A New Jersey man recently unveiled a Ouija board in Massachusetts that's almost twice as big as Blair Murphy's board in Western Pennsylvania.

Pa. is ranked seventh nationally in pumpkin production. Meet the man whose farm might be the largest source of the fall staple.

Farmer Brian Campbell said migrant workers are vital to harvesting his 2,000 acres of pumpkins every year.

Popular scenic train leaving Jim Thorpe for good over $100,000 tax bill

Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway has been taking passengers — an estimated 100,000 in 2017 alone — on tours from downtown Jim Thorpe for 15 years.

Take a tour through the Delaware Water Gap, the crown jewel that nearly disappeared

The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, created in 1965, sees millions of visitors each year,

In rural Pa., Wood-Mode cabinet company comes back from the brink

The custom cabinet maker in Snyder County reopened in August after closing abruptly in May.

Yes, there are competitive meat judging teams. They came to Pennsylvania last weekend.

While there are trophies and bragging rights involved, intercollegiate meat judging, like agricultural fairs, has real-world applications for the beef industry, educators, and butchers.

Pennsylvania’s iconic barns are in peril, and one county is fighting to preserve them

Historians in Adams County estimate that up to 20 barns fall down or are demolished per year there, the numbers even higher statewide.