Dragon Boats have a long, rich history…
The Veterans Day Ceremony will take place at the Union County WWII Honor Role on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018, at 11 a.m.
The origin of dragon boat racing dates back over 2,300 years, but it didn’t arrive in Philadelphia until 1983. Over 30 years later, the McNamara family is hooked on dragon boat racing.
Pennsylvania farms leach about 64 million pounds of nitrogen into the Chesapeake Bay every year, and Lancaster County—home to many Plain Sect-owned farms—still has one of the highest per-acre loading rates for nitrogen in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. The good news? Plain Sect participation in conservation farming activities is on the rise.
To build appreciation for forests, people who care for them and the importance of tending them, the annual Walk in Penn’s Woods features scheduled walks in each of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties
Grab a group of friends and a couple lawn chairs and make your way down to Lewisburg's Hufnagle Park on Wednesday night to enjoy some live music.
Tim Palmer was a student at Penn State under Prof. Peter Fletcher, who owned a cabin on Pine Creek, of which Palmer conducted his studies.
An owner of huskies, Bill Helman has developed his own brand of urban mushing, incorporating specialized equipment, one-of-a-kind bikes and his own sense of fun.
The Wild and Scenic Rivers System marks its 50th anniversary this year. A book, and one man’s appreciation of nature, celebrates a national achievement few people even know about.
We explore what's happening around the Susquehanna Valley.