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

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Memorial Day Remember and Honor

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  • O Beautiful for Heroes Proved in Liberating Strife0

    As you are taking full advantage of your freedom to do whatever you want to do on hopefully a beautiful sun-drenched Memorial Day, please take the time to remember, honor, and educate your children about those that paid the ultimate price for our liberty. That everyday life in the United States of America was earned

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  • Memorial Day0

    Memorial Day is often considered the unofficial kick-off to summer. With that, we are once again kicking off our summer giveaway! We are once again doing our Great American Cookout giveaway! We have a grill courtesy of Elery Nau Hardware and gift cards to Rupert’s Specialty Meats and Frosty Beverage! That’s everything you need to

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  • Memorial Day Events0

    There are several local events honoring Memorial Day in our area. If you would like to honor those who served and made the ultimate sacrifice for our country this Memorial Day, please join one of these events. The Nippenose Valley Memorial Day Services will be held, Sunday, May 29, at the Oval Cemetery beginning at

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  • Five Easy Vegetables to Grow0

    After weeks of preparing for the gardening season, it is now time to move your plants to the garden. There are five easy-to-grow and care for plants — tomatoes, lettuce, potatoes, cucumber, and pepper plants. Tomatoes are a staple fruit in most vegetable gardens — tomatoes like well-drained, loose, and fluffy soil. Tomatoes require 6-8

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  • Pool Safety Essentials to Live By

    Pool Safety Essentials to Live By0

    A backyard pool can be a wonderful summer oasis. Swimming immediately cools people off on hot and humid days, and even provides thorough exercise that works many different muscles in the body. And summer revelers know that swimming and splashing in the pool is an entertaining activity for people of all ages. Though pools are

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  • Re-finding Balance0

    All of us get off track from time to time. We may have been doing well, and life was going according to plan. Work was good, and the kids were doing well. You were probably even exercising, eating right, and managing your stress, but then things somehow got a bit wonky. Maybe your work schedule

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  • Car Camping Tips to Turn You From Novice to Pro

    Car Camping Tips to Turn You From Novice to Pro0

    Spring is here, and many first-time campers are preparing for an outdoor adventure. For newbies who want to get into nature this season, the easiest and most comfortable way to do that is car camping – no carrying your gear or compromising on what to bring. If you’re planning your first car camping trip, here

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  • Memorial Day Sale Guide0

    Memorial Day is right around the corner, and with this national holiday (as with most here in America) comes a flurry of sales. If you’re not careful, you may find yourself going a bit crazy over all of the deals and steals. However, with a bit of planning and focus, you can come out the

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  • Tolerate Hot Days with a Tasty Tart

    Tolerate Hot Days with a Tasty Tart0

    Summer days can be long and boring, especially when the kids are out of school and there is nothing to do around the house as a family. When the minutes creep by and it’s too hot to go outside, the dog days of summer can be pretty miserable. However, this recipe for a Strawberry Cream

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  • UPMC Clinician: Surprising Facts About Organ Donation0

    Making the decision to become an organ donor is an important one. Every person that says yes to organ donation gives hope to the tens of thousands of people waiting for organ, eye, and tissue donations. Many people have misconceptions about organ and tissue donation, which can discourage them from registering as organ donors. Each

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  • Fishing Derby

    Fishing Derby0

    I am always looking for an outdoor adventure. This past Wednesday, I headed north for something new and exciting. It was a gorgeous morning outside of Bodines, PA. My gear was in the car, but there were no plans of fishing. I met up with a few friends along Slack’s Run Road. I wanted to

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  • C.H. Waltz and Sons Celebrating 75 Years in Business0

    Not many businesses these days are able to stand the test of time, but C.H. Waltz and Sons is one that has. They are celebrating their 75th Anniversary. They have gained an enviable record in the sales, maintenance, and parts of lawn and garden tractors; sub-compact, compact, utility, and full-size tractors, construction equipment, off-road vehicles,

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  • Opening Night & Single Game Tickets Now on Sale0

    Cutters’ baseball is BACK! The summer fun begins on Thursday, June 2 when the Cutters host the State College Spikes at 6:35pm for Opening Night 2022 presented by UPMC & WILQ. Opening Night tickets and tickets for all 2022 home games are available by calling (570) 326-3389, online at crosscutters.com or in-person at Muncy Bank

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  • This Week’s LION: Anne Reiner – Information Entrepreneur0

    The idea behind this “Leaders in Our Neighborhood” (LION) column is to highlight people in our community who do extraordinary things but fly below many folks’ radar. I have wanted to feature Anne Reiner for several years, ever since we sat down in Backhouse Cafe on 4th Street in Williamsport (another place that needs to

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  • Memorial Day0

    Next Monday is Memorial Day! Established following the Civil War in 1868, the day was declared a federal holiday to mourn United States military personnel who died while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. For 100 years, until 1968, the day was always observed on May 30. Then for the purpose of creating another three-day

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  • Get Out of the Office! Free CoWorking in the Park Event at Brandon Park0

    The desire to escape the office is all too common during the busy workday. The Covation Center, a business coaching and coworking space in Downtown Williamsport, is excited to offer a day away from the office at Brandon Park on May 27. The event will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, May

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  • Fly Fishing: Yes, You Can Do It0

    Over the past few years, I’ve run into more and more people who want to learn to fly fish, and I’ve had the opportunity to teach a number of newcomers the art of fly fishing. I hesitate, however, to use the word “art” to describe fly fishing simply because it’s no more of an art

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  • WASD Education Foundation Grants $5,850 to Cochran Primary OM Team Headed to the World Finals

    WASD Education Foundation Grants $5,850 to Cochran Primary OM Team Headed to the World Finals0

    The Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation (WASDEF) granted $5,850 to the Cochran Primary School Odyssey of the Mind (OM) team headed to the World Finals next week at Iowa State University. The education foundation was able to contribute a combination of gifts received from those in the community, area businesses and WASDEF’s annual fund.

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  • The Roving Sportsman… A Springtime Caution0

    Spring is in the air! Popup showers, along with the occasional thunderstorm and all-day rains, have washed away the last remnants of the winter white landscape and have turned the brown fields into lush green. For weeks now, the tree swallows and bluebirds have been busily flying in and out of their bird boxes as

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  • Grit: May 31, 1942 – Parade Marks Memorial Day0

    Hundreds of persons lined Williamsport’s main streets yesterday afternoon to watch one of the longest Memorial Day parades held here in years. The event staged annually on the day commemorating war dead; this year was featured with organizations engaged in the Second World War effort. Veterans, civic, fraternal, military, and civilian defense groups were featured

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