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Maggie Barnes

Fleeing domestic violence, Mary Jarreau and her children discovered the sweet life in a candy shop in Wellsboro. more

People & Life

...opens a brewery together—which in this case is called the Bluestone. more

Food & Drink

A magical drive-thru from cranky to considerate. more

People & Life

When community means knowing what you're doing...before you do. more

People & Life

Local fisherman Mark Fabrizi puts his spin on Houston as a Bassmaster Classic marshal. more

Outdoors

Our columnist brings her funny bone to rehab. more

People & Life

Falling trees, flying crosses and—hopefully—spiked eggnog at the ready. more

People & Life

Developing connections through art. more

People & Life

And then enter the first Dickens best dressed contest to win a Christine Moore hat! more

People & Life

My true love gave to me...a nice Riesling? more

Food & Drink

From feeble to fantastic: Williamsport finds its heart. more

Marketplace

There's nothing like a little veterinary emergency to add spice to the holidays... more

People & Life

Sentiments take center stage at Soulshine Studio. more

People & Life

The Rockwell Museum celebrates an anniversary with guest curators and a special exhibit. more

Arts & Leisure

Worth every penny. more

Food & Drink

Wellsboro's Tyoga Country Club thinks foreward. more

Outdoors

Corning game designer Dan Hundycz plays Pop's Culture Shoppe. more

Arts & Leisure

Actually, we have several, but family calls... more

People & Life

The 50th Keuka Lake Art Association Hammondsport Art Show takes to the square. more

People & Life

Nature's Palette

By Bernadette Chiaramonte

When April winds arrive, and the soft rains patter onto the awaiting Earth, small white heads of bloodroot, nestled among the dried leaves, stand at attention among the ragged, wooded roadsides. I am as fascinated by the green capes that wrap them so gracefully as I am by the blossoms themselves.