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Bicyclists can ride an old-school locomotive to Frostburg, Md., then cruise back to Cumberland. Also, a fundraiser was held for the
The 14th Annual River & Wind Challenge, a fund-raiser for The Salvation Army-Somerset Service Center, will take place June 6.
The commissioners have canceled their regular meeting June 22 to discuss the matter, which has divided the community.
Dorothy the peregrine falcon at the Cathedral of Learning, continues to prove nature wrong.
Regulating the fall hunt impacts population
Harsh winter’s impact on white-tailed deer has led wildlife management in several northern states to consider deep cuts in hunting permits.
As temperatures climb, boaters will hit the state’s waterways to fish, swim, tube and ski. Be smart this year and stay alive.
Route between the Great Allegheny Passage and the Montour Trail a vast improvement from previous route.
Bald eagles and blue herons are protected under state law and are not considered game animals.
After pre-season stocking, many trout travel to better waters.
A new product, Nectar Aid, is billed as a “proportional nectar mixing system” that eliminates the need to measure sugar.
Pennsylvania bans the use of air-powered guns for hunting, but their use in legal target shooting is increasing.
Eat, play, ride all factor into fourth annual fundraising event to benefit the trail along the Allegheny River.
Successful Bowhunting, Successful Turkey Hunting and Successful Furtaking workshops are designed to guide hunters, trappers beyond safety.
About two weeks ago I heard the first turkey gobble of the year. It’s such a distinctive sound that even a child can recognize it.
The conventional wisdom among many turkey hunters holds that when gobblers aren’t gobbling, something’s wrong.
Summit meetings will provide participants with networking opportunities and updates on the economic benefits trails provide.