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South Williamsport, PA
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  • All Made Possible by the American Soldier0

    A Webb Weekly salute to our servicemen and women that gave all to provide our precious freedom. From the Revolutionary War to our current global conflicts and War on Terror, the way of life we know as Americans has been paid for by the blood of those willing to make the ultimate sacrifice. A heartfelt

  • Memorial Day0

    It’s easy to get caught up in the ‘kick-off to summer’ aspect of Memorial Day. It’s easy to lose sight of what this holiday is about. It’s not about picnics and BBQs and long weekends. It’s about remembering those that made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. In case you need a reminder of just

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Bearskin: A Novel” by James A. McLaughlin0

    Sometimes, you just need to get away. Out of your element, far from the usual. A change of scenery is called-for, a temporary life unlike the one you usually live. Or, as in the new book “Bearskin” by James A. McLaughlin, you need new digs that could save your life. Renovating the old cabin was

  • Summer Meals Kicks Off on June 3rd0

    With summer right around the corner, it’s time to think about how children who receive free or reduced-priced lunch in school will eat healthy while school is out. Summer Alive provides free meals to children during the summer. You can come for a day of fun with your family to the kickoff event on June

  • Four Ideas for Family Game Night0

    Family game nights can be a great way for families to disconnect from their devices and spend quality time together. Much in the way that family dinners can facilitate conversation and closeness, game nights can spark companionship and hours of fun. Game nights are easy to organize and are particularly handy on those nights when

  • PennDOT, Safety Partners Hold Bike Rodeo in Jersey Shore / 4th Annual Event Held in Memory of Local Bicycle Crash Victim0

    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), Safe Kids PA Lycoming County Partner, the Highway Safety Network, the Jersey Shore Recreation Committee and Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police today held a bike rodeo in Jersey Shore to highlight bicycle safety and encourage helmet use while promoting National Bicycle Safety Month. The 4th annual event was held in

  • Make Campfires Safe and Enjoyable0

    Who doesn’t look forward to sitting around a crackling campfire in the evening with family or friends? Such an experience attracts people to try camping, ultimately converting many of them into lifelong camping enthusiasts. Campfires serve various purposes, from heating up simple foods to keeping wildlife at bay. Campfires also light up camps where people

  • Tri-County NAACP0

    What does a social justice organization look like in the 21st century? It looks like an organization that advocates for civil rights and equality in education and employment opportunities, fair wages and non- discriminatory housing practices, just to name a few. We have such an organization right here in Williamsport. The National Association for the

  • Maximize Your Summer Vacation0

    Summer can fly by. Because summer can sometimes seem to come and go in a flash, it’s important for everyone to make the most of this relaxing time of year. Vacations from work and school are great ways to make summer memories, and the following are some ways to get even more out of these

  • Junior League of Williamsport Celebrates 90 Years0

    Since 1929 the Junior League of Williamsport has been a driving force behind initiatives that have significantly contributed to the health of our community. The members of the League reflect a wide range of backgrounds, interests and professional pursuits that work together to identify unmet needs and create bridges to facilitate change. For 90 years,

  • Why You Need a Hammock or Hanging Chair0

    Sunny days and warm weather beckon us to the great outdoors. A day spent in the pool or lounging around the patio is a great way to embrace the relaxing spirit of summer. But those who want to go the extra relaxing miles should consider adding a hammock or swinging chair to their backyard oasis.

  • The Marcellus Gas Boom: Who Pays?0

    As the fracking boom has revolutionized natural gas production and transformed many areas of Pennsylvania, scientists have been looking into the resulting economic costs and health effects borne by those who live here. Their latest research results will be presented at a free public forum at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 22, at Lycoming College in

  • Kid-Friendly Weekend Getaways in the Great Outdoors0

    Weekend getaways in the great outdoors can be a great way for families to break from the norm and spend some quality time together while getting some fresh air. Such trips are popular, as the U.S. Travel Association notes that nearly three out of four domestic trips are taken for leisure purposes. Families looking to

  • The Roving Sportsman… Enjoying Our Springtime Bounty0

    For many of Pennsylvania’s spring gobbler hunters sweet success has already occurred and some are pursuing their second bird. Others are still seeking their first bird of the season as the wary old birds continue to evade them. The good news is that there is still plenty of time, especially with all day hunting in

  • Take Music and Podcasts Everywhere You Go0

    Music is everywhere, and today’s tech-enabled world makes it easy to enjoy the sounds of your favorite artists and storytellers no matter where you go. “In the connected world we live in, consumers want to be able to listen to their favorite music and podcasts wherever they are and however they choose to listen, whether

  • Pool Safety Starts With Prevention0

    Pools make some backyards the places to be in late spring and throughout summer. Lazy summer afternoons are a lot more enjoyable when they’re spent in or alongside a pool, and kids tend to say “I’m bored” with considerably less frequency when a pool is within arm’s reach. Pools are certainly fun, but they’re only

  • Are You Catching Any Fish?0

    Are you catching any fish? I love to have someone ask me that question, and my first reaction is to grab my RD (rectangular device) and start pulling up photos of my recent fishing excursions. I recently returned from a few days fishing at an area lake and the photo accompanying this story demonstrates the

  • Seven Steps Toward Superior Sleep0

    While it’s fairly common knowledge that quality sleep is essential to overall wellness, there are several factors that can keep you from getting the rest you need. However, overcoming them is well within your control. “A lack of sleep can often be the result of poor habits, environmental variables or a combination of factors,” said

  • Factors to Consider Before Choosing a Summer Camp0

    Adults often look back fondly on their childhood experiences at summer camp. Camps can provide the opportunity to form lifelong friendships and discover rewarding hobbies that can enrich campers’ lives for decades to come. Choosing a summer camp is no small task, as the options at families’ disposal range from overnight camps to weekday afternoon

  • Memorial Day By Andy Kline0

    I wrote this speech and read it at the Watsontown Memorial Day Ceremony as the guest speaker on Memorial Day, May 31, 2010. Good morning and welcome. Thank you for taking the time to be here with us today. I am honored to speak today in my hometown, beside and among my fellow comrades. My purpose


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