The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is now accepting applications for the Pennsylvania Outdoor Corps young adult work and conservation learning program. Applications are due January 1.
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) is now offering 2020 fishing licenses, permits, and gift vouchers just in time for the holidays. Licenses and permits purchased now are valid for up to 13 months, from December 2019 to December 31, 2020.
Alabaster Coffee Roaster’s “Community Tap” has supported a different non-profit every month for the last several months. November’s Community Cup was a delicious Campfire Cappuccino which supported Camp Susque’s scholarship fund. The Campfire Cappuccino was very well received! With help from…
Hunting season in Pa. has begun, and hunters will take to the woods both for recreation and to fill their freezers for the winter. If you have a successful hunting season and wind up with more venison than you can handle, consider donating to Hunters Sharing the Harvest.
With just under a month to go until Dec. 25, many Americans are beginning to deck the halls, watch holiday-themed movies, and fill their homes with holiday tunes. The sights and sounds of the season often conjure up scenes of a white Christmas -- and just in time, AccuWeather's annual white …
The wide array of programs and support services offered by the state’s 66 county conservation districts, which are defined as, "local units of government established under state law to carry out natural resource management programs at a local level," were the subject of an informational meet…
- 'Super load' moving at 15 mph across nine PA counties toward Lock Haven
- Updated: State Trooper shot in chest in Tioga County
- Overnight standoff ends in Tioga County, suspect shot and killed
- Muncy family accused of Weis Markets thefts
- Williamsport man charged for selling drugs to a confidential informant on two separate occasions
- Trooper shot in Tioga County in stable condition: PSP
- Williamsport man accused of selling prescription pills
- Heroin dealer sentenced to state prison
- PSP Trooper struck in shooting in Nelson Township
- Williamsport man incarcerated after allegedly cashing stolen checks
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On November 18, 2019, the Senate voted 38 to 11 to send Senate Bill 147 (Laughlin-R-Erie) allowing hunting on three Sundays a year to the Governor for his action.
Did you know that the Susquehanna is home to some unique turkeys? While these turkeys don’t have wings or feathers, they are sure fun to visit and explore! In honor of our favorite Turkey Day, Thanksgiving, we are counting down some of the Susquehanna’s top not-your-typical turkeys.
Wellsboro, Pa. -- Shell Appalachia has awarded the Ruffed Grouse Society a $25,000 grant in support of habitat work in Tioga State Forest designed to benefit wildlife and healthy forest regeneration.
A total of $396,000 in state grants have been awarded to Centre County organizations by the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' Bureau of Recreation and Conservation for the protection of parks, wildlife, and trails so that visitors may continue to enjoy the dazzli…
Two different grants have led to the improvement and development of recreation in Potter County and in the PA Wilds, under Rep. Martin Causer.
The Pennsylvania Ski Areas Association (SkiPA) wants to make it easy and fun for families to learn a new sport and stay active this winter. The Snowpass program provides every fourth and fifth grader the opportunity to ski or snowboard for free, up to three times at 21 participating Pennsylv…
The Susquehanna chapter of Trout Unlimited will hold their annual meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 13. At the meeting, members will elect new directors and officers for 2020 and discuss the area of Big Pine Creek known as "The Stretch," as well as the Brown Trout Club program that works to keep th…
“It certainly bodes well for the future of the preserve,” reported Councilman Dan Hartman at the October 28 meeting of the Montour Area Recreation Commission (MARC).
Williamsport -- Do you know what to do when you find an arrowhead in the cornfield? What should you do if you find relics of ancient people when you're exploring in the woods? Who owns the past and how can you help protect it?
Wilkes-Barre, Pa. -- Representatives from Energy Transfer received a Northeast Environmental Partnership Award for their collaborative work to create more than 100 acres of wildlife habitat in Bradford County, Pa.
The Susquehanna Greenway is a landscape full of opportunities not only for hiking, biking, and paddling, but also for rich cultural and historic treasures, some of which have ghostly pasts. As Halloween approaches, now’s the time to brush up on your Greenway ghouls and legends. So, grab your…
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) and Pennsylvania Game Commission are warning anglers and hunters to avoid online scams when purchasing their licenses. The warning follows several recent reports of customers paying for licenses through third-party websites not affiliated with…
Castanea Township, Pa. – Maintaining the surface of trails is essential to keeping them safe, and in light of this the Friends of Bald Eagle Valley Trail, Clinton County CleanScapes, and tractor operators from the Wayne County Township Landfill staff are holding a work day event to put a fre…