Shop Small Saturday, on Nov. 27, quickly approaches. The holiday season is a time to celebrate and an opportunity to show appreciation for local entrepreneurs and to support the local economy.
A loud alarm clock and a strong cup of coffee may be needed to enjoy one of 2021’s final astronomy events as the moon passes through Earth's shadow to create a lunar eclipse.
As food insecurity continues to threaten Pennsylvanians and the restaurant industry continues to struggle, the Pa. brewery scene continues to thrive. According to Breweries in PA, Pennsylvania is home to over 400 breweries.
Williamsport, Pa. -- As the competition stakes rise, area marching bands are polishing their shows for the upcoming championships.
Children look forward to Halloween every year. They get to dress up as their favorite character, collect loads of candy, and might even be allowed to stay up past bedtime. It’s a fun occasion; however, there are some things parents should keep in mind to help their child stay safe and health…
Harrisburg, Pa. -- It's time to get serious about drinking in Pennsylvania as Governor Tom puts down nearly $2 million tab to help improve agriculture production and marketing for the industry.
Harrisburg, Pa. – Starting today, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) will begin rationing some products and imposing purchase limits due to supply shortages.
Restaurants hoping to see larger numbers of patrons will have to wait after Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf vetoed a bill that would have allowed full capacity.
Harrisburg, Pa. -- The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board's August, 5 meeting will be open to the public and held at 10 a.m. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the meeting will occur telephonically to minimize risks associated with public gatherings.
Harrisburg, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board issued clarifying guidance for licensees to reinforce the targeted statewide mitigation efforts at bars and restaurants in response to the recent rise in COVID cases.
Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvania State Police Liquor Control Enforcement Officers visited 1,876 licensed liquor establishments from Monday, July 20 through Tuesday, July 21 to ensure businesses are abiding by COVID-19 mitigation requirements that include social distancing, masking, and other he…
Harrisburg -- Governor Wolf will lift the "yellow phase" restrictions on Clinton and Lycoming counties beginning June 5, according to PennLive, reporting from a list printed by the Associated Press.
Williamsport — One way or another, people are going to find a way to get out and socialize in these difficult times.
Don your green, and (Irish or not) give your best Irish accent a go (or not) and find fun ways to celebrate St. Patrick's Day! Check out these events around the region.
This winter the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) released their annual report for the fiscal year. The report ranks the sales of wines and spirits in the state by numerous categories, and includes purchases from both retailers and liquor license holders.
New Year's Eve parties aren't in short supply around northcentral Pennsylvania. Wander down to your local club or tavern, and it's far more likely you'll find a DJ or a band playing that night than on any other night of the year.
Like any good postmodern cultural phenomenon, the craze for Ugly Sweaters around the holidays blends nostalgia and irony. Think the warmth of Andy Williams crooning "White Christmas" in a snowflake sweater and combine that with the bureaucratic silliness of a major retailer issuing an apolog…
In 1982, Tom Woodruff Jr., a Lycoming College Student and Loyalsock High School grad, played the role of Jonathan Brewster in the Williamsport Community Theater League's production of Arsenic and Old Lace. Nearly forty years later, Woodruff returns to Williamsport's CTL as Henry Potter in th…
It’s that time of year again-- Christmas music in every store, Santa Claus around every corner, and the weather matching the fury of the holiday spirit.
With the weather suddenly gaining an autumn chill, this Friday is an ideal time to take a stroll in downtown Williamsport without working up a sweat. It’s First Friday, when local shops stay open through the evening to host artisans, musicians, shows, and visitors of all kinds.