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  • Moving Right Along…0

    It was great to hear from so many about last week’s column, “A Politically Balanced Upbringing.” I always enjoy hearing stories about my Father, but thank you to all that reached out about my Grandfather, Pappy Maietta. Through my conversations, I even uncovered some old photos of the Newberry Diner and Lycoming Sales and Leasing.

  • My Favorite Kind of Article0

    Y’all know how much I love to write about fun things going on in the area. I loathe when people try to tell me there is nothing to do in this town. And you know that my response to that is, “if you can’t find something to do in the area, you aren’t looking very

  • The Community Art Center’s Educational Series0

    The mission of the Community Arts Center is to contribute to our communities through Artistic experiences and creative Collaborations. One of our primary principals is to assure that “Our programming will be appropriate to the diverse interests and educational needs of our regional audience and positioned to assure accessibility to all”. Our Educational Series is an

  • Grit: January 25, 1970 – Plans Announced for Nursing Home0

    Plans for a 4 million dollar nursing home center and multi-building apartment complex to be constructed on the north side of Four Mile Drive in the 1300 block in Loyalsock Township were revealed last week by former Governor George M. Leader during a visit to the city. The former governor made the announcement in his

  • American Cancer Society Daffodil Days Are Back for 20200

    The American Cancer Society has kicked-off our annual Daffodil Days. This colorful first flower of spring represents a campaign to bring hope to cancer patients and those affected by the disease. Funds raised through the sales help support groundbreaking research, patient services, and other cancer society programs. Daffodils can be purchased by the bunch for

  • Pin Trading Williamsport Winter Classic To Take Place At the Liberty Arena/KAOS Fun Zone January 24-260

    Pin trading as a hobby has mushroomed in recent years, particularly here in Williamsport, the home of the Little League World Series, where the opportunity to obtain and trade pins of various types is greatly enhanced. A large event celebrating this hobby, called the “Williamsport Winter Classic” will take place January 24 to 26 at

  • The Roving Sportsman… If You’ve Got Them, Keep Them0

    With increasing regularity over the past decade or more, landowners are rolling up their sleeves, digging out their wallets and putting sweat equity into their properties by performing habitat improvement that benefits all forms of game and nongame animals and birds that live there. Very quickly you can amass a rather large amount of dollars

  • Birthday Dinners0

    Growing up, birthdays were special. Always have been. Birthdays should be special. You’ve grown and lived another year! Celebrate!! I always, of course, loved the friends’ parties and family parties my parents would have for me. I can remember many of my birthday parties being spent out in our pool on a hot August day,

  • Safety First0

    The rest of the “frozen chosen” and I are still looking forward to some ice fishing, but the up and down temperatures are delaying our ventures out onto local lakes. I still hope to get on the ice in the next two or three weeks, but you can bet that safety concerns come first. Certainly,

  • How to Wear Boots this Winter0

    Boots are a ubiquitous part of winter. Whether it’s snow-boots and sweats for shoveling the driveway, knee-high boots worn over skinny jeans for a night out, or duck-boots peeking out from under dress pants as you commute to the office, wearing boots is more often a functional rather than fashionable choice during these colder months.

  • ‘Stealing’ Signs0

    No doubt about it, for better or for worse, a good scandal will draw attention, heighten people’s interest, and keep tongues wagging. In the doldrums of January on the day of the NCAA National Football Championship game and days before the NFL determined its participants for the February 2 Super Bowl, Major League Baseball crashed

  • Rivalry Restored0

    It has been more than a week, and I am still buzzing. Actually, the entire hoops community is. What transpired in the Catholic Community Center last Sunday might never be duplicated. It was an amazing atmosphere, both teams played well, and I had the best seat to witness. The Loyalsock Lancers prevailed as they defeated

  • Notes From the Williamsport Crosscutters 2020 Hot Stove League Banquet0

    If you love baseball, the ballroom of the Genetti Hotel in downtown Williamsport was the place to be on Wednesday, January 15. Attendees were regaled with baseball talk from such luminaries as legendary Phillies slugger Greg ‘the Bull’ Luzinski, Phillies Assistant General Manager, Bryan Minniti, ESPN commentator, Tim Kurkjian and Cutters’ manager, Pat Borders, as

  • This Week’s LION: Uncle Sam Wants You!0

    In the “Year of the Volunteer,” it is worth honoring those who choose to serve their country in the Armed Forces of the United States of America. Though these are not generally thought of as “volunteers” in the usual sense of the term, it is a choice that entails more than an occupation. This is

  • County Hall Corner: Something New is a Happenin’ Here1

    There is a theory in psychology about first impressions that has been popularized by Malcolm Gladwell in his book, Blink: the Power of Thinking Without Thinking. It is a little bit misleading because this process does involve thinking, just not the way we generally think about thinking. This theory postulates that our initial impressions are

  • A Politically Balanced Upbringing0

    For those of you that are new to reading my column or maybe those that have forgotten my political roots, I thought it would be a good time to discuss this. My Father was an ultra-Conservative Republican but never had a problem letting the Republican Party know when there was a problem. He was a

  • National Blood Donors Month0

    According to the Red Cross, “National Blood Donor Month has been observed in January since 1970 with the goal of increasing blood and platelet donations during winter — one of the most difficult times of year to collect enough blood products to meet patient needs. During the winter months, inclement weather often results in cancelled

  • Wedding Planning Tips and Tricks0

    Recently engaged couples are often so swept up in the excitement surrounding their engagements that they can be forgiven for initially overlooking all the wedding planning that awaits them. Planning a wedding is no small task, but many couples very much enjoy all the hard work that goes into making their special day a success.

  • FITting in Exercise0

    Time is the one thing that we can never create and no amount of money will allow us buy more. Often, it is very difficult for the average person to find the time to take care of themselves. We work hard to take care of our families and fulfill our obligations as spouses and parents,

  • Dr. Martin Luther King Dream Week – Day of Service Slated For Monday, January 200

    Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. lived a life dedicated to service to others and calling attention to and helping to fight injustice. The theme of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dream Week, Day of Service that will take place is the “Strength To Love.” On Monday, January 20, 2020 STEP AmeriCorps will once again join


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