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Harrisburg, Pa. -- “A Call to CARE” is a one-hour original documentary film produced by WVIA that explores the Court-Assisted Re-Entry (CARE) Program that exists in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. The Middle District’s CARE program is designed to hel…

State representatives will review state gun laws on Monday at the Firearms Safety and Rights Seminar. The meeting will be held on Monday, Oct. 18, at Tri-Town Volunteer Fire Company, 810 SR 49, Ulysses, Pa. The event starts at 6 p.m. Representatives Martin Causer and Clint Owlett will host t…

Long called by some the “Andersonville of the North,” the prisoner of war camp in Elmira, New York, has been called the most notorious of all Union-run POW camps. It existed only from the summer of 1864 to July 1865, but in that time, and for long after, it became darkly emblematic of man’s …

Lock Haven, Pa. -- Sports brought 2018 Lock Haven University (LHU) graduate, Samantha Wilson, to LHU in 2014. Since graduating, sports have remained an integral part of her journey, as she continues building upon the foundation laid at LHU— working tirelessly toward her goal to become a nati…

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Today is now Indigenous People's Day, by federal proclamation, but today is also the federal holiday of Columbus Day. A federal holiday impact federal workers, but policies on the proclamation are up to state and city officials. 

Harrisburg, Pa. -- October is College Application Month, and the American College Application Campaign (ACAC) seeks to increase the number of students who are applying to college early in their senior year with a focus on first-generation college students, students from low-income families, …

The 2021 Hamilton-Gibson Women’s Project "Woodpecker Lips" will feature monologues about real Pennsylvania women, contemporary and historical. Each monologue was written by a local Pa. woman.

This past week, State Farm® released their annual animal/deer collision research. According to their findings, Pennsylvania drivers rank first in the nation for the number of animal collisions claims with just over 166,000 animal collision claims filed in July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021. 

Allentown -- Before long, the temperatures will start to dip below freezing and the first snowflakes will flutter by. Until then, cool fall days are great for doing a little preparation and planning to ensure that your home is ready for colder months. In the average house, heating systems us…

Starting October 1, single use plastic bags will no longer be allowed in Washington State, continuing a trend that is gaining momentum in certain regions of the country. Oregon, California, Maine, Vermont, New York, Connecticut and Delaware have also done away with single use plastic bags.