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Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are recognized by all faiths as the most significant holidays observed by Jews. Days after praying and meditating for forgiveness by God and humanity, the “next” holiday begins. This holiday is Sukkoth (Tabernacles).

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Originally started by church groups wanting to create a safe environment for kids to go trick-or-treating, the trunk-or-treat phenomenon has taken off in recent years. This fun event typically takes place in a parking lot where adults deck out their car trunks with Halloween decorations and …

Selinsgrove – The 14th annual Snyder County Libraries evening of Wine and Art raised more than $26,000 on October 5, 2019. The event took place at Shade Mountain Winery & Vineyards of Middleburg. This year’s theme, “Once Upon a Time,” featured jewelry by local artist Cheri DeSiena, which…

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Loyalsock Township, Pa. – Denny’s Restaurant, 1716 E. Third St., Williamsport, has reopened after being closed for nearly a month due to a fire. A spokeswoman for Denny’s corporate said the restaurant reopened yesterday, Oct. 15, 2019.

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For 73 years the Mummers’ Parade has delighted revelers each autumn, and at least 98 participating groups are lined up to make a memorable 74th. As always, spectators can expect a diverse array of performances throughout the event including bands, cheer squads, floats, and more.

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The Lycoming County United Way’s mission is to mobilize the collective resources of our community to change lives by fighting for the health, education, financial stability, and basic needs of every person in every community. In simplest terms, they partner with community agencies who offer …

New Covenant United Church of Christ is inviting the public to join them for a presentation to learn, share, and discuss “Our Environment and the Climate Crisis; How It Is Impacting Us Locally.”  

Raising awareness is a good first step for any cause, but the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children (National DEC) recognizes that solving a problem does not stop at merely acknowledging the issue. The organization, according to their website, “challenges all of us to recognize risk…

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Dwell Orphan Care is a local nonprofit that supports foster and adoptive families in Central Pa. so that children have a safe, loving, forever home in which to dwell.

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For 75 years the Williamsport Civic Chorus (WCC) has filled the town with music. For a grand celebration worthy of this milestone, WCC will have a Gala Dinner and special concert featuring their favorite choral works by the great masters: Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Handel, Faure, and more.

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The 16 individuals who had their lives taken due to domestic violence in Lycoming County will be remembered during the YWCA Northcentral PA’s annual vigil at 5 p.m., Oct. 16 at the Lycoming County Courthouse.

Hughesville, Pa. – After just over a year of construction, Sterlyn May saw his idea of senior independent living townhomes come to life. May, owner of Wolf Run Village Senior Living Community in Hughesville, had owned the facility for nearly 10 years with his wife, Carol.

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On Saturday, Oct. 5, approximately 30 Lock Haven University students, faculty, staff, and their family members participated in the Haven Day of Service. Multiple service projects were available to participate in throughout the Lock Haven area. 

Renovo, Pa. – For many people, fall means wearing cozy sweaters, boots, drinking pumpkin spice beverages and watching football. But for the Borough of Renovo, it also means it’s time for one of the oldest state-recognized festivals in the state – the annual Flaming Foliage Festival.

During my darkest hours, I have experienced that God often provides a tangible symbol of hope, some object whose beauty attracts me. One significant token for me has been the delicate angel-shaped gingko leaf whose lush green of summer blazes into vibrant yellow in the fall.

Three CROP Walks will take place in Lycoming County this Sunday, October 13, to raise funds for people in need locally and internationally. The goal is to have 200 walkers and raise $15,000.