About Webb Weekly

Webb Weekly is a family-oriented newspaper direct mailed to over 58,000 homes each week.

Webb Weekly

280 Kane St. STE #2
South Williamsport, PA
United States

Phone & Fax

Phone: 570-326-9322
Fax: 570-326-9383

Get In Touch With Us

Latest Issue

Loyalsock's Number 1 Fan! A Party for Pedie's 60th Birthday!

Read all about it in print and online, in your favorite family-oriented publication, The Webb Weekly! Direct-mailed to over 58,000 homes each week in Lycoming County, PA & published online at webbweekly.com!

Latest Articles

  • Keep Your Eyes to the Skies0

    It is definitely the Most Wonderful Time of the Year. As in the Christmas classic sung by Andy Williams. I love when that song comes on the radio; it can’t help but to put some Christmas spirit in your step and a smile on your face. Give it a listen before you go shopping, to

    READ MORE
  • The Holidays Cometh…

    The Holidays Cometh…0

    Well, well, well — if it isn’t Christmas sneaking up on me once again. I swear, I am not a procrastinator by nature, and really, I’m further ahead in all things Christmas than I normally am, but it just takes me a little longer than some to find my holly jolly. I have actually started

    READ MORE
  • 17th Annual Salvation Army Festival of Trees: Friday, December 13 At Lycoming Mall0

    An opportunity to brighten the holiday landscape and at the same time, support the excellent work of the local Salvation Army takes place when the 17th Salvation Army Festival of Trees takes place this Friday, December 13, at 7 p.m. at the Lycoming Mall. This annual event is sponsored by the Lycoming Mall, Backyard Broadcasting,

    READ MORE
  • Layering Jackets0

    Winter dressing can be tricky: It’s cold, there’s likely some form of precipitation falling from the sky, and chances are the wind chill makes it even colder; hence your outfit needs to have serious protective elements. However, you still want to look put-together — especially for all those holiday parties — as opposed to bundled

    READ MORE
  • County Hall Corner: Lame Duck or Sleeping Lion?0

    American democracy has a rich heritage and one that we woefully take for granted. Marvel for a moment that since 1900, only six countries in the world have NOT changed their form of government. We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the insights of our Founding Fathers in crafting such an amazing document as

    READ MORE
  • The 12 Days of Christmas

    The 12 Days of Christmas0

    “On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, a partridge in a pear tree.” The familiar lyrics of this tune are sung as part of Christmas caroling and holiday celebrations, reaching a crescendo each time singers belt out “five golden rings.” The song is an English Christmas carol that was written

    READ MORE
  • Finding Your Life’s Purpose Part 10

    What is the meaning of life? Why am I here? What is my life’s purpose? I’ll admit, these are questions that have haunted me my entire life. Some people can go through life without thinking of these big questions and are blissfully happy. They are able to go to work, live each day without major

    READ MORE
  • Help Make Your Poinsettias Last Longer

    Help Make Your Poinsettias Last Longer0

    Poinsettias are synonymous with the holiday season. These colorful plants brighten up homes with their vibrant hues in variations of red, white and pink, making them a holiday decoration many people cannot live without. While they’re most visible during the often chilly holiday season, poinsettias prefer warm weather. Poinsettias are native to Central America and

    READ MORE
  • Promises Made, Promises Kept0

    As we continue the celebration of Advent, let’s take a moment to consider two very important promises that Jesus made to His disciples as He was preparing them for His sudden departure. See John 14. Jesus knew His disciples were going to be shocked by His suffering, death and burial. They assumed that Jesus was

    READ MORE
  • Music, Magic and Miracles with the Williamsport Flute Choir0

    Williamsport is fortunate to have such varied musical groups to help ring in the holidays. The Williamsport Flute Choir will present their holiday concerts at 2 pm on December 14 in the sanctuary of First United Methodist Church at 604 Market Street, Williamsport. The concert will feature the flute choir and several musical guests, vocalists,

    READ MORE
  • Dog Licenses for 2020 Available From Lycoming County Treasurer0

    Pennsylvania 2020 dog licenses went on sale December 2, 2019. Dog owners who need to purchase 2020 dog licenses may do so at the Lycoming County Treasurer’s office located at 33 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701. “Licensing your dog is a quick and easy process and assures a safe return if your dog should

    READ MORE
  • Tis the Season

    Tis the Season0

    Growing up around this time of year, I always looked forward to two things. One was my momma’s Christmas cookies. It wasn’t Christmas morning without her peanut butter blossoms. She made four or five different kinds, but they were my favorites. She would deliver plates of cookies to our neighbors and made sure she got

    READ MORE
  • Gazette and Bulletin: December 13, 1936 – Seven Firemen Injured When Millville Trucker Interfered With Engine0

    In responding to a fire alarm at 609 Wyoming Street at 3:19 o’clock yesterday afternoon, fire pumper No. 2 and seven firemen out of eight riding on the apparatus suffered injuries, when the pumper rammed into the side of a heavy truck laden with several tons of coal, at the interception of Washington Boulevard and

    READ MORE
  • Muncy First United Methodist Church Presents “Joy Has Dawned”0

    The Cantata Choir and Orchestra of First United Methodist Church, Muncy will present Lloyd Larson’s “Joy Has Dawned” on Sunday, December 15. As part of Muncy First United Methodist Church’s mission of “Celebrating Life Together in Chris t— Growing Deeper, Reaching Wider,” the 55-voice choir and 30-piece orchestra includes musicians from six area counties. With

    READ MORE
  • The Roving Sportsman… Two More Game Recipes0

    On December 21, we will experience the “shortest day of the year,” which signals the first day of winter and provides an increasing amount of daylight each day until June 21, the “longest day of the year” and the beginning of summer. As Mother Nature keeps us in the grip of colder winter weather for

    READ MORE
  • My Bucket’s Got a Hole in It0

    Those who know me best are well aware of my proclivity for sporting events and country music. Give me a good ball game and some classic country tunes and I’m set for the duration. My long ago college days at the University of Houston produced more than an educational degree; it also planted the seeds

    READ MORE
  • Changing Hunting Tactics

    Changing Hunting Tactics0

    I remember when I started deer hunting as a high school kid, there were basically two methods commonly used to bag your deer. One method often used with fair success was the deer drive; several hunters would “post” in a line — maybe on a side hill — and several more hunters would line up

    READ MORE
  • Elfie and the Warriors

    Elfie and the Warriors0

    My sincere apologies for last week’s absence. I had to deal with a minor family crisis. Mom was decorating the tree and our 10-year-old found his Elf. It was buried deep in an unmarked tote, and he was immediately crushed. Jensen brought it upstairs and demanded an explanation. I wasn’t home, and Mom had no

    READ MORE
  • Encouraging Youth Sports and Their Benefits

    Encouraging Youth Sports and Their Benefits0

    Sports help shape kids’ lives, but due to funding shortages, some school sports programs are at risk. Most experts agree physical activity is an essential aspect of youth development that teaches teamwork, builds confidence and fuels academic potential. However, according to a survey of middle school educators engaged with DonorsChoose.org, 6 in 10 feel their

    READ MORE
  • The Other Drug Problem: Medication Safety0

    You probably understand the importance of taking your medications correctly, but you may not be as familiar with how improperly storing and disposing your medications could be creating another problem. Although your medications keep you healthy and feeling better, they can be extremely dangerous if they are taken by someone else or in the wrong

    READ MORE

Webb Weekly Live!

AccuWeather Today

The Pledge of Allegiance

Publisher & Editor

Columnists