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Put Some Sparkle into Your New Year’s Eve with these Pennsylvania Sparkling Wines

If you want to support a local business during New Year's Eve, try a sparkling wine from a Pennsylvania winery.

Volunteers load boxes of food into a car during a Greater Pittsburgh Community Food bank drive-up food distribution in Duquesne, Allegheny County, on Nov. 23, 2020. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
State’s Food Banks Struggle With Increased Need and Necessary Change During Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has created an unprecedented need—for more than just food—in food banks across Pennsylvania.

Rail passengers walk to the Grand Hall of Chicago's Union Station on Nov. 25, 2020, the day before Thanksgiving. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
Health Experts: Make Safe Choices During the Holidays

If you must travel this holiday season, follow state and federal health guidelines to keep yourself and your loved ones safe from coronavirus infection.

A pair of men talk with loved ones via video conferencing. (Shutterstock Photo/Eric Kunau)
How Pennsylvanians Are Changing Their Thanksgiving Traditions This Year

The CDC firmly advises against any travel for the holiday, as health experts say leaving home increases the chances of contracting and spreading the novel coronavirus.

Halloween candy and decorations are displayed at a store, Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020, in Freeport, Maine. In this year of the pandemic, with trick-or-treating still an uncertainty, US Halloween candy sales were up 13% over last year in the month ending Sept. 6, according to data from market research firm IRI and the National Confectioners Association. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)
Follow These CDC Suggestions for a Safe and Happy Halloween

The CDC has offered several ways to enjoy Halloween while limiting your risk of coronavirus infection this year.

A band performs in the historic corn barn at Nissley Vineyards over the summer. The Lancaster County winery holds a Music in the Vineyards concert series every summer, but scaled it back in 2020 due to the pandemic. (Courtesy of Nissley Vineyards)
Beyond the Tasting Room: How PA Wineries Kept Pouring During the Pandemic

Wineries across the state have made more use of their outdoor space, giving visitors beautiful views while they sip.