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Asset-Based Initiatives Grow Communities

By Melanie Heisinger, Jun 07, 2016, Categories: Outdoors

In communities around the country, utilizing existing natural resources—including trails—has boosted economic development without the need to reinvent the wheel, so to speak.

More With Kendra Aucker, President and CEO of Evangelical Community Hospital

By Melanie Heisinger, Jun 07, 2016, Categories: Business

A continuation of the interview with Kendra Aucker, president and CEO of Evangelical Community Hospital, and her experiences and inspirations while making rounds at the hospital.

The 7 Main Forms of Aphasia and Their Characteristics

By Melanie Heisinger, Jun 07, 2016, Categories: Today, Health+Beauty

There are several varieties and severities of Aphasia; here is a review of the different forms and their characteristics, according to the National Aphasia Association.

Environmental Impact: Reconnecting Our River

By Melanie Heisinger, Jun 06, 2016, Categories: Outdoors

Although the Susquehanna River flows 464 miles from Cooperstown, New York, to Havre de Grace, Maryland, it is not one continuous river without interruption.

Gettysburg: A Culinary Perspective

By Melanie Heisinger, Jun 06, 2016, Categories: Today, Shop+Dine

Gettysburg is a destination for history buffs and ghost seekers, where battlefield and haunted house tours abound. Now there’s an opportunity to savor Gettysburg, one bite at a time.

Outdoor Recreation: Bike Ride to Spruce Run Reservoir

By Melanie Heisinger, Jun 06, 2016, Categories: Today, Outdoors

One of the best ways to really know an area is to explore it from the seat of a bicycle. The Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau has mapped several rides that combine the best of town and country.

Back to Nature: Plying a Mountaintop for Fungal Currency

By Melanie Heisinger, Jun 06, 2016, Categories: Today, Outdoors

I was, in a sense, one of a kind—probably the first and possibly the last to ply this mountaintop for fungal currency. I was exploiting a natural tragedy: the death of a hemlock forest through the devices of the tiny hemlock wooly adelgid.

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