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Lewisburg’s mission is to encourage and improve the experience of walking and biking in the Lewisburg area. To that end, the Lewisburg Walk it! Bike it! committee is developing bike/ped maps for the area, organizing safety trainings, promoting national events like Bike to Work or Walk to Sch…

January 2020 was recently declared "Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month" by Governor Tom Wolf and the Pennsylvania state Senate. To celebrate, members of the Pennsylvania Ski Areas Association (SkiPA) are offering discounts on ski and snowboard packages for beginners to help first-timers get started.

Users of all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) will soon be able to explore new trails across the state of Pennsylvania. Five different projects in several counties will provide ATV riders with over 150 miles of new terrain to travel.

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Harrisburg, Pa. – State Sen. Gene Yaw (R-23) has assumed the role of Chairman of the tri-state Chesapeake Bay Commission (CBC) for the 2020 calendar year. Yaw is the first member and chairman of the CBC to have a legislative district that covers the northernmost part of the watershed to the …

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Harrisburg, Pa. - Winners of the second annual Pennsylvania Farm Show Beer Competition were announced as the 2020 Farm Show kicked off this weekend. Three local breweries, including New Trail Brewing Company, Rusty Rail Brewing Company, and Boom City Brewing Company were among the winners.

A hunter experienced a New Year scare when he got lost in the woods in the area of Bull Run Rd. of Vista 3 and dead end in Watson Township, New Year's Eve, with temperatures in the low 30s. 

With the official arrival of winter, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn is reminding outdoors enthusiasts Pennsylvania’s state forest and park systems again are rolling out the welcome mat for winter visitors intent on enjoying cold-weather, outdoor fun.

To promote a healthy start to the new year, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources officials will be joining hikers throughout the state as DCNR again sponsors free, guided hikes in 39 state parks on New Year’s Day as part of America's State Parks First Day Hikes initiative.

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A natural phenomena happened last week when multiple Red-throated Loons, an arctic aquatic bird migrating through Pennsylvania, were grounded when an ice storm caused them to mistake roads and parking lots as bodies of water and use them as landing pads. 

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…

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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. 

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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 …