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Lewisburg, Pa. – The Bucknell University Observatory has partnered with the Union County Public Library to present its annual "Family Night at the Observatory" program, which will be conducted virtually this year between Wednesday, Feb. 10, and Friday, March 5.

The National Drug Helpline warns businesses to be vigilant when selling alcohol during the pandemic: teens across the U.S. are evading minimum purchase age requirements by hiding behind their masks.

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Christmas traditions are a beloved part of the family experience. Whether it's caroling, going to church, or opening stockings before breakfast, most families in the United States have their own unique way of doing things. 

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.

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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.

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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…

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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.