Last weekend, the city’s favorite pair of eagles caught a tough break when a windstorm blew down the tree they were nesting in. But a veteran eagle watcher says there’s still plenty of time for them to get their groove on.
The aggressive disease, which ultimately kills oak trees, was first reported in Europe and has since spread to Florida, California, Massachusetts and Maine. Now, researchers say it's made its way to West Virginia.
Leaves have already gone red, orange and yellow in much of the higher elevations of northern Pennsylvania. But the southwestern and central parts of the state should get their turn starting this weekend.