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Swing Into The 75th
Little League World Series

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  • The World Returns to Williamsport0

    I trust in God, I love my country, and will respect its laws. I will play fair and strive to win, but win or lose, I will always do my best. As the 75th Little League World Series begins, the Little League Pledge seemed like the perfect pitch to begin my article. After playing a

  • Welcome Back!0

    I always consider the Little League World Series to be the unofficial end of summer. Back to school is right around the corner and the LLWS is an amazing way to finish off summer vacations. I’m so excited to see the Little League World Series in its traditional form. It will certainly be incredible to

  • 75th Anniversary: Little League World Series – Runs August 17 to 290

    This year’s annual Little League World Series is special on several fronts. It marks the return of international teams to the Series after a three-year hiatus. It also marks the expansion of the tournament field, going from 16 to 20 teams participating. But perhaps most interestingly, this year marks the 75th anniversary of the LLWS,

  • Two-Time MLB All-Star and 1998 LLBWS Graduate Todd Frazier to be Enshrined into Little League® Hall of Excellence0

    In celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the Little League Baseball® World Series this August, Little League® International is excited to welcome one of its most notable graduates, Todd Frazier, into the Little League Hall of Excellence. “More than 20 years since he helped lead the Toms River East Little League team to the 1998

  • Local Man Recalls Dodger Announcer with Fondness0

    Two weeks ago, the baseball world lost someone who was probably the preeminent baseball announcer — longtime radio and TV announcer, Vin Scully. His death has been widely mourned but perhaps not more so than the fans of the Los Angeles Dodgers, with whom he served as their prime announcer for 67 years, stretching back

  • Little League Fast Facts0

    As the Little League World Series returns to Williamsport, let’s take a look at some ‘Fact Facts’ about Little League and the Little League World Series, courtesy of Little League Baseball. Little League® was founded in 1939 by Carl E. Stotz in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Little League is currently headquartered in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania, on the

  • Brown Library is a Passport Application Acceptance Facility0

    Need to get a passport but can’t take the time off work to visit the post office or prothonotary’s office? Don’t worry – the library can help! The James V. Brown Library, 19 E. Fourth St., is an official Passport Acceptance Facility and open after work and on Saturdays. Library staff also can take your

  • Jenny Dalton-Hill to Become Seventh Woman Enshrined into the Little League® Hall of Excellence0

    Little League® International is pleased to announce that Jenny Dalton-Hill will be enshrined into the Little League Hall of Excellence this August, becoming only the seventh woman to earn the highest honor that Little League can bestow. “Since her time on the Little League fields, to her incredible career as a baseball and softball player

  • UPMC Expert: Telehealth Seeks to Overcome Barriers in Rural Communities0

    Using the internet and wireless devices seems like second nature in our modern lives, but did you know that as many as 800,000 Pennsylvanians, or 6% of the commonwealth’s population, does not have access to broadband internet? These individuals and families lack the same connectivity options and technological opportunities as those with fast, strong, and

  • Little League® Teams Up with Barilla® for the 2022 Little League Baseball® World Series0

    Little League® Baseball and Softball is pleased to announce a new partnership with Barilla, the world’s leading pasta producer, ahead of the 2022 Little League Baseball® World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The partnership, inclusive of product sampling as well as on-site experiences using the Little League World Series mobile app, combines a family-friendly event with

  • Vet-Approved Tips to Help Keep Pets Safe this Summer

    Vet-Approved Tips to Help Keep Pets Safe this Summer0

    Extreme temperatures can have big impacts on pets. With record-breaking heat across much of the nation, the experts at Freshpet are helping pet parents with these tips to help keep their pets healthy and safe this summer. Heat stroke can occur quickly in dogs. Without the ability to sweat the same way humans do, it’s

  • County Hall Corner: What is “Good Government?”0

    An interesting addendum to the East Third Street/Old City Revitalization Project that was highlighted in this column last week was the objection to the process given by Commissioner Scott Metzger at the close of the Thursday, August 4th meeting. His comments were quite poignant and hit pretty hard as both commissioners Mirabito and Mussare apologized

  • Sunday Nights

    Sunday Nights0

    It’s 6:30 on a Sunday night. Dad’s on the couch watching “Pennsylvania Outdoor Life.” I knew the sound of Don Jacobs’ voice as I listened from the kitchen. Mom would be working on prepping our Sunday dinner for our seven o’clock show of “America’s Funniest Home Videos.” AFV started to air in late 1989, so

  • Grit: August 24, 1947 – Maynard Midget Stars Trim Lock Haven, 16-70

    The Maynard Midget nine last night, captured the National Little League Tournament crown with a smashing 16-7 over the Lock Haven All-Stars before a throng of 2,500 on the Little League diamond. The Maynard Midgets advanced into the final round with an exciting win over the Lincoln League All-Stars 2-1 in 10 innings yesterday afternoon,

  • Bloody Good Script: Brad Pitt in “Bullet Train”0

    I would have enjoyed “Bullet Train” a whole lot more if it weren’t so outrageously violent. It’s like someone took a decent script and handed it to Tarantino—except that director David Leitch seems to want to out-Quentin Quentin. Which is too bad, because the plotting is unusually strong for what seemed like a standard actioner

  • Seven Study Tips for High School Students

    Seven Study Tips for High School Students0

    Assessments such as quizzes and exams help educators recognize areas where students are excelling and where they might need a little extra help. In addition to tests in the classroom, high schoolers generally take standardized testing for state or provincial assessment purposes. Testing may come easier to some students than others, but having solid study

  • The Bookworm Sez: “My Moment: 106 Women on Fighting for Themselves,” stories collected by Kristin Chenoweth, Kathy Najimy, Linda Perry, Chely Wright and Lauren Blitzer

    The Bookworm Sez: “My Moment: 106 Women on Fighting for Themselves,” stories collected by Kristin Chenoweth, Kathy Najimy, Linda Perry, Chely Wright and Lauren Blitzer0

    No. It’s simple, really: just one syllable, dragged out or said sharply, emphatically, and finally. No. You’ve heard it all your life, yelled it a time or two. “No” is easy to say, especially when, as in the new book “My Moment,” stories collected by Kristin Chenoweth, Kathy Najimy, Linda Perry, Chely Wright and Lauren

  • Dig Deeper0

    As I have mentioned in previous articles, my wife and I moved to North Carolina not too long after graduating from college. It was a formative time in our lives as we were on our own, newly married, and far away from the security of family and friends. We lived in the south for almost

  • Buns and Braids0

    What a summer we are having friends. They say April is the cruelest month, but I’d vote for August with this heat and humidity. Even when the temps aren’t so high, the weight of moisture in the air may drive those of us with longer locks to the hairdresser for a chop. But if you

  • WASD Students to Receive Free Breakfast, Lunch Through Community Eligibility Provision Program0

    By participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) Program, Williamsport Area School District will offer free breakfast and lunch to all students during the 2022-2023 school year. Families of students enrolled in and who attend district schools are able to benefit from the program, administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, without having to pay


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