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Four Seasons: The Life Room

Four Seasons has revolutionized the idea of a sun room into something called a Life Room. This affordable home addition allows for full cont…

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Studio Session: Cody Ross Smith

Cody Ross Smith specializes in a blend of folk and southern rock– a unique sound he’s been aiming to achieve. He’s celebrating the release o…

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Extending Help Beyond Cancer

The Penn State Children’s Hospital doesn’t only tend to children with pediatric cancer, they also specialize in other illnesses such as Hema…

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Care That Goes Beyond Medicine

Not only is the Penn State Children’s Hospital equipped to help children combat their diseases, they also exceed in satisfying the psycho-so…

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Penn State Health: Heart to Heart

Penn State Heart and Vascular Institute is located on the campus of Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, a leading academic m…

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Studio Session: Lane Simkins

Lane Simkins is a 17 year old singer/songwriter from Philadelphia. His original style of music reaches a broad audience from young to old. B…

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Wellness Wednesday: Ed and Rose Stake

Through Trimline Weight Loss, Ed and Rose Stake lost a combined 130 lbs to the tune of good health and a longer life. They’ll tell us what t…

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The Glass Slipper Project

The Glass Slipper Project collects gently used prom dresses and sells them to Lebanon County High School Students (or relatives of a Lebanon…

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Studio Session: Olivia Farabaugh

Olivia Farabaugh is a singer/songwriter originally from Palmyra, PA. Her music has a singer/songwriter feel with a touch of country. Today, …

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Mommy’s Time Out: Indoor Fun for Kiddos

While enjoying a winter day in the snow every once in a while can be fun, having four (or more!) months of winter can leave your young ones …