Stories tagged: "Allentown"


7 MLK Day of Service Opportunities throughout Pennsylvania
7 MLK Day of Service Opportunities in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvanians will have an opportunity to do for others by volunteering Monday as we honor the life and legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Indigenous Peoples Weekend at The Museum of the American Revolution. (Photo via Museum of the American Revolution Facebook).
7 Ways to Honor Indigenous Peoples Day in Pennsylvania

Indigenous Peoples Day honors the cultures and histories of the original inhabitants of the U.S. Here’s how to celebrate in Pennsylvania.

Lehigh Valley Zoo (From Facebook)
8 Pennsylvania Wine Festivals to Put on Your Calendar This Fall

‘Tis the harvest season, and many wineries throughout the state are staging celebrations this fall.

Philadelphia's Mexican Independence Day Festival (Credit: R. Kennedy for Visit Philadelphia)
How to Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month Across Pennsylvania

From Philly to Pittsburgh, cities throughout Pa. are holding celebrations to recognize the contributions of Hispanic Americans and the growing diversity of our state.

Cumru Twp, PA - June 1: The Sheetz gas station and convenience store on Lancaster Pike In Cumru Township Tuesday morning June 1, 2021. (Photo by Ben Hasty/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty Images)
Pennsylvania Gas Prices Continue to Fall

After reaching a record high of $5.07 per gallon in early June, the average price for a gallon of gas in Pennsylvania is now down to $3.85.

Lancaster Central Market (Photo: Courtesy Lancaster Central Market)
10 Must-Visit Indoor Food Markets in Pennsylvania

From Bucks County to Crawford County, Pennsylvania has no shortage of indoor food markets that you can visit throughout the year for local groceries, a delicious lunch, or the simple joy of milling about a market.

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Gov. Wolf Signs Executive Order Protecting Pennsylvania’s LGBTQIA+ Youth From Conversion Therapy

Wolf called on state legislators to follow the lead of cities like Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Allentown and enact a full statewide ban on the practice.