The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has released their fourth weekly Fall Foliage Report, which applies for October 15 through 21. Most of Pennsylvania has reached the peak of its fall colors, the report said. Fall colors are blazing gorgeously all across Pennsylvania, with …
Williamsport, Pa. – Because of COVID-19, the Friends' Book Review Luncheon Committee will experiment with a new format this autumn using the Zoom platform. The virtual book review of "Where the Crawdads Sing" by Delia Owens will take place on Nov. 6 from 12:30 to 1:15 p.m.
NorthcentralPa.com recently told the story about a local living donor, Dustin Anello, donating his liver to his Aunt, Kim Kerbacher. Following Monday's surgery, here is a follow-up.
Harrisburg, Pa. – Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine continues to encourage residents to join the more than 322,000 Pennsylvanians who have downloaded the COVID Alert PA mobile app.
Harrisburg, Pa. – Last year's bear harvest record of 4,653 pounds has officially been put on notice by hunters hoping to break the record this year.
From speculations about the function of the giant stones of Stonehenge to David Bowie's famous inquiry, "Is there life on Mars," the possibility of extraterrestrial life has fascinated people for centuries. Now, a new discovery by a group of astronomers has experts thinking there may be life…
Loyalsock Township, Pa. – A football game scheduled for Friday night between Warrior Run and Loyalsock will not be played. The game is being canceled due to a probable COVID-19 case at Loyalsock Township School District, according to superintendent Jerry McLaughlin. The game was set to be pl…
Geisinger pediatrician Dr. William Gianfagna recently answered questions regarding children and the pandemic and how to deal as they return to school:
Harrisburg, Pa. -- The Department of Health continued to remove states from the travel advisory list as the newest count featured only 16. One less than last week's total.
Williamsport, Pa. – Cooking with love. That’s what entrepreneur Roselle Applewhite and his cook Deborah Parks have to offer at A Kut Above Katering restaurant at 761 W. Fourth Street. The soul food kitchen opened in June, and business has been picking up, according to Applewhite.
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Elysburg, Pa. -- Knoebels Amusement Resort is thrilled to announce there will be a new season of fun for guests. On November 27, Knoebels will launch their newest event: Joy Through the Grove – A drive-through Christmas light display.
Lancaster, PA - Pennsylvanian's will be receiving fresh food from local agriculture producers as a new contract with Feeding Pennsylvania helps both sides bring food to family's in need.
Harrisburg, Pa. - While the 2020 Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Elk Expo has been canceled due to COVID-19, hunters still can go online Aug. 15 to watch live as the names of those drawing 2020-21 Pennsylvania elk licenses are announced.
Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania State Police Liquor Control Enforcement Officers visited 1,168 licensed liquor establishments from Wednesday, August 5 through Thursday, August 6 to ensure businesses are abiding by COVID-19 mitigation requirements that include social distancing, masking, and ot…
University Park—Penn State’s Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Sandy Barbour greeted the media during a Zoom conference call with a full mask on.
Harrisburg, Pa.—One day after Governor Wolf shook the foundations of high school sports in the state, the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association responded with a letter of its own.
Transaction Reduces Hospital Competition in Central Pennsylvania In an effort to block what the U.S. Department of Justice described as something that would lead to "higher prices, lower quality, and reduced access", it sued to block Geisinger Health's transactions with Evangelical Community…