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

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Camp Cadet Marches On

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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  • A Polarizing President

    A Polarizing President0

    There has never been a time in American history when our president’s every move becomes instant news, as it does in the world of today. From CNN to Fox, and everything in between. The real news and real fake news is available in an instant on television and at the tips of your fingers on

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  • Troop 12 to Hold 100th Anniversary Picnic0

    Troop 12, BSA, of St. Luke Lutheran Evangelical Church in Williamsport, will be celebrating the 100th anniversary of its founding at a special reunion and picnic on July 14th at the Eagles Mere Auto and Air Museum located at Merritt Airport between Eagles Mere and Laporte on PA 42. Everyone ever associated with the troop

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Summer Habitat Projects0

    Thursday, June 21, 2018, is the official first day of summer. For the next several months of warmer days and periodic thunderstorms and rain showers, we have the perfect time to step up our efforts to better the habitat to help all forms of wildlife. From field to forest, the work we do can provide

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  • Montoursville Wrestlers of Past and Present Honored by Longtime Coach and Supporter Dave Fortin0

    Wrestlers are tough. The sport, through countless hours of training in the mat room, produces competitors that are mentally strong, physically imposing, and capable of handling themselves throughout difficult situations. During a luncheon to honor Montoursville area wrestlers of the past and present, attendees got to see a softer side of wrestling. Longtime coach and

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  • 8th Annual Cutters 5K Race Set for Saturday!0

    The Williamsport Crosscutters, in partnership with the Children’s Development Center, will be holding the 8th Annual Cutters 5K on Saturday, June 23rd at BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field. The race, through Williamsport’s West End, begins at 9 a.m. with registration open at 8 a.m. The course has runners starting outside the ballpark entrance with

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  • 72nd Little League World Series Luncheon Held0

    An appearance by two former major league standouts highlighted the 72nd Little League World Series Luncheon held last week at the dining hall at International Grove at the Little League International complex in South Williamsport. Former New York Mets All-Star, Mookie Wilson and Giants, Cubs and Phillies All-Star Gary “Sarge” Matthews were there in conjunction with

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  • County Hall Corner: School Vigilance, Part 30

    This article will conclude our three-part series on addressing the current crisis in school shootings and how Lycoming County is doing everything possible to prevent it from happening here. The first two installments featured the Juvenile Probation Department with Brian Pick and an example of school support with the East Lycoming Area High School and

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: June 18, 1941 – Eight Arrests in Parking Campaign0

    That city police are cooperating in efforts to eliminate double parking in the business district street is shown in the reports that at least eight motorists have been fined recently for parking in the regular parking lanes. Others have been tagged during the campaign, but the records do not disclose how many because of no

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  • How to Break in New Shoes0

    I love getting new shoes, don’t you? There’s just something about putting my best foot forward in a brand-new pair of shoes that gives me a bit of a rush. Of course, I love shoes whether it’s new strappy stilettoes for an event, or shiny new slip-ons for spring. What I don’t love is the

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  • It’s Been a Week…0

    Seriously y’all, it has been a week for sure. I have seen and read some things this week that would make your hair curl. Some was horrifying, and some was just downright weird. But that’s OK. We don’t let the hate and weirdness get us down. We gather ourselves, try to continue our lives with

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  • Trout Season is Not Over Yet0

    With the catch and immediate release of the bass season now over, and the regular bass season now underway many fishermen have turned their attention to bass rather than trout. There’s no doubt that April is big for trout and May still attracts a pretty good number of trout anglers, but by June trout fishing

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  • Diamonds in the Rough0

    The local high school baseball season recently came to a close, and every summer I do my very best to give out props. Two of my friends had exceptional years at the helm. Kudos to them and their talented teams. Williamsport had their best season on the diamond since 2002 and claimed consecutive district titles

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  • Lions Club Football Game Set for June 290

    As fundraising chairman for the South Williamsport Lions Club in 1990, Max Dell was looking for new projects to tackle. While paging thru a Lions Club Magazine, he learned of a high school football game being played in Florida. He presented the idea to the local club and the rest, as they say, ‘is history.’

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  • Separation of Sports and State

    Separation of Sports and State0

    Before I get started, a tip of the Colorado Rockies hat to Kyle Datres. The former Loyalsock Township grad was drafted to begin his professional baseball career within the Rockies organization. At press time the North Carolina junior was hoping to lead his team to the College World Series. More on this next week. For

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  • Happy PRIDE!0

    So last year when I wrote about Pride Month, I got a lot of mixed reactions. I received a lot of really nice phone calls and emails, and I also got a bit of hate. For those who sent me hate — you may want to stop reading now. Cause I’m going to be straight

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  • The 20th Anniversary Season Promises to Be Special for the Williamsport Crosscutters and Their Fans0

    This promises to be a very special season for the Williamsport Crosscutters when they open their season against the State College Spikes this Friday, June 15 at Historic Bowman Field. According to Gabe Sinicropi, Vice President and Director of Marketing for the Crosscutters, 2018 will mark the Williamsport Crosscutters 20th season, and the team is

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