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South Williamsport, PA
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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! * PLUS, the Spring Home Improvement special edition is published and available for use! *

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  • Creating a Diversion of Division0

    It’s great to have Pastor Tim Hartzell’s words back within the pages of the Webb Weekly (Pg. 18). Pastor Tim has had a full plate this year working for the good of Jesus Christ and taking care of things at Faith Wesleyan Church. If you haven’t read Pastor Tim in the past, please do. He

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  • How to Help0

    As of this writing the southern east coast is bracing to take the brunt of Hurricane Florence. After a natural disaster strikes, it is our natural inclination to want to help. But what are the best ways to actually help? Here are several ways to help in the wake of floods, hurricanes, earthquakes and other

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “A Horse Named Jack”0

    How high can you count? A hundred? A million? Maybe even higher? Did you have any trouble learning to count that high — or, as in the new book “A Horse Named Jack” by Linda Vander Heyden, illustrated by Petra Brown, does counting help you keep track of the trouble you’re in? More than anything

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  • Diligent Visibility0

    My first assignment in full-time ministry was at a very nice church that just happened to be in the middle of nowhere in Western PA. I was hired to be the youth pastor. It was the summer of 1986. I was fresh out of college and newly married. Sure seems like a long time ago.

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  • A Follow Up Worth Following0

    • Arts
    • September 19, 2018

    This story should make your engines rev. My tachometer surely hit the redline, and should give anyone hope in finding an idol from youth that they never got the chance to meet. Several issues ago, I penned a story about Nikki Phillips, my favorite Hurst show car gal when growing up. At age 10 I

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  • 3rd Annual Harvest Festival at Camp Susque is scheduled for September 220

    Camp Susque, a Christian residential camp located in Trout Run, PA, is hosting their 3rd annual Harvest Festival and Trail Run event on September 22. Admission to the event is free and it runs from 9am-4pm. The Harvest Festival is a full day of great food, live music, demonstrations, local craft and business vendors, and

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  • Taking a Knee on Nike0

    “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.” is the grab line to get your undivided attention as Nike Corporation recently unveiled its fall Just Do It advertising campaign. The latest Nike brainstorm will feature some of today’s top athletes such as LeBron James, Serena Williams, and Colin Kaepernick. You just can’t even make

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  • 12th Annual Balloon Fest, Air Show and So Much More To Be Held This Saturday0

    The skies will be alive with the sight of beautiful billowing balloons, various aerial acts, and on the ground will be mingling the roar of a heavy equipment rodeo machinery when the 12th Annual Balloonfest, Air Show and Much More” is presented this Saturday, September 15 at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds in Hughesville, by the

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  • Aaron Kelly on the Hiawatha0

    Cruise down the Susquehanna with Nashville recording artist Aaron Kelly as he celebrates The Grand Ole Opry on Sunday September 30th from 6-8 p.m. on the Hiawatha Paddlewheel Riverboat. Accompanied by professional violinist Christine Eyer from Columbia County. Christine has been playing since the age of 13 and is classically trained. She has earned multiple

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  • Five Ways for New Parents to Get More Sleep0

    Between feedings, changing diapers and household chores, sleep is often put on the back burner for new parents at the end of a busy day. In fact, a survey of 2,000 parents, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Mattress Firm, found the average parent loses one-third of his or her nightly sleep after a baby

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  • How to Stay Within Your Home Improvement Budget0

    Home improvement projects range from small scale undertakings that can be tackled in a single weekend to large remodels that can take several months to complete. While no two projects are the same, every home improvement project demands that homeowners dip into their pockets and spend some money. Much like the scale of projects varies

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  • What Kids Can Do in the Face of Bullying0

    Many adults may recall being bullied or witnessing bullying when they were in school. Despite that, it’s important that adults, including parents and educators, not see bullying as an inevitable part of growing up. The effects of bullying can be severe, affecting those involved — including the bullied, the bullies and those who merely witness

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  • How to Make Smart Decisions During Benefits Enrollment Season0

    Every fall, millions of American workers spend time making financial decisions that will affect them for the entire upcoming year. Benefits enrollment season is a critical time for choosing coverages that protect the health and financial stability of individuals and families. Despite the importance of these decisions, nearly half (49 percent) of people spend less

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  • How to Build the Perfect Playlist0

    • Arts
    • September 12, 2018

    Music can set the mood, no matter the occasion. Whether you’re playing jazz classics to give your dinner party a sophisticated ambience or blasting the latest dance-pop tracks for motivation on the treadmill, music is able to provide the soundtrack to different aspects of peoples’ lives. These days, playlists are one of the most convenient

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  • Fall Reading List0

    Anyone who knows me knows that I love to read. I have a penchant for sappy romance novels. They are usually full of ridiculous, over-the-top tropes and always end with a HEA (Happily Ever After). Something about the fall makes me want to change up my usual reading with something different. Now, usually, this leads

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: September 14, 1901 – News of McKinley Received in Williamsport0

    The scenes about the streets of Williamsport Friday night and way into this morning were marked in distressing contrast to those witnessed in this city on the night of the November 1900 election. Where all was joy over the re-election of President William McKinley, the news of which was received with the wildest joy and

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  • It’s Been a Rough Summer0

    It’s no secret. I am a huge fan of Lycoming County. There is nothing but love for my gorgeous neighborhood. North Central Pennsylvania is the bomb, and it is home to many treasures. We live in an area with such amazing beauty. Fishing has always been a passion, and I take full advantage of what

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  • Calm the Chaos on Busy School Mornings0

    Mornings can test the patience and stamina of busy families as adults and children hurry to get out the door on time. Starting off the morning already stressed can lead to feeling tense throughout the rest of the day. There is no magic formula to make mornings less hectic, but the following are some ways

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  • Local Legislators to Host Annual “Senior Expo” Sept. 130

    Area senior citizens, their family members and caregivers are invited to the annual Senior Expo hosted by state Sen. Gene Yaw (R-Bradford/Lycoming/Sullivan/Susquehanna/Union) and state Rep. Garth Everett (R-Lycoming/Union) on Thursday, Sept. 13. The free event will be held from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Lycoming Valley Baptist Church, 4980 Lycoming Mall Drive in Montoursville.

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  • Ignite Ambition: How women can inspire other women0

    Having “it all” is a concept women have discussed and aspired to attain for nearly 40 years. Still, the conversation continues because no one has determined what having it all actually means. A first-of-its-kind social experiment dug deeper into the choices women make in life and uncovered that female relationships often play a significant role.

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