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Quite a "buzz" in Central PA today. People came to Union County from all over the country for honey bees! Today was "Bee Day" at a farm near Lewisburg, where people could buy honey bees in bulk to start their own bee hives. Comment?
Summer is quickly approaching and for families with children that often means going to the playground or swimming. Comment?
A well-known family in Lewisburg is spearheading the effort to for the fitness center. Comment?
Libby, 20, walked into the Union County Courthouse in Lewisburg surrounded by friends and family. Comment?
Police tell us Sean Russavage, 31, of Lewisburg stabbed Marcus Cotto, 19, of Milton in the stomach around 3:40 a.m. Saturday in Lewisburg. Comment?
A penny a day helps keep cancer away. Some people in Union County have a goal of collecting one million pennies for the American Cancer Societythat's $10,000! Containers like this one are on the counters of Mercantile and more than 40 other businesses in the Lewisburg area, encouraging people to donate their spare change-especially pennies-to Relay ... (more) Comment?
Spring is in the air in Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania! Even though it is officially still winter until next week, Newswatch 16 found folks who are taking advantage of above freezing temperatures and spending the day outside. Comment?
State police in Central Pennsylvania are investigating a case of stolen tires, but not just any tires. Comment?
Lois Haddon and her family have operated Sunbury Broadcasting Corporation for about 80 years. Comment?
Bucknell University held a workshop called Junk Walk. People walked through the streets of Lewisburg looking for "junk" to turn into art. Comment?
It took a jury in Union County less than one hour to decide the fate of a man on trial for a crash last year that killed his girlfriend. Comment?
A man was put behind bars in Union County on Saturday, accused of attempted kidnapping, stalking and threatening two Bucknell students. 1 comment
A "closed" sign hangs on the front door of Cherry Alley Cafe, a coffee shop in Lewisburg. Comment?
Just when we thought Old Man Winter might be here to stay, we see some warmer weather in parts of our viewing area. Comment?
A familiar voice in Central Pennsylvania will hang up his microphone next week. The founder and general manager of WGRC, a Christian radio station near Lewisburg, is retiring on Monday. Comment?
We are now into the Christmas season and the holiday spirit has been alive and well in Lewisburg already. Comment?