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South Williamsport, PA
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One Small Step 50 Years Later

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  • A Positive Kidney for Jeff0

    At the end of 2018, there were roughly 113,000 men, women, and children on the national transplant waiting list. 83% of those are waiting on a kidney. Jeff Burget is one of those. Jeff’s kidney issues began when he was seven from a problem related to strep throat. But in 2012, while in the hospital

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  • Library to Offer Free Basic Computer Workshops0

    The James V. Brown Library, 19 E. Fourth St., will host weekly workshops in August for adults interested in learning more about computers and email. The basic computer classes will take place on Wednesdays in August from 1:30-2:30 p.m. in the Lowry Room and are limited to 5 people per class. Topics are: Week 1

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  • County Hall Corner: Moving Day Ahead?0

    Lycoming County government has a big problem. Quite simply, it owns more property than it needs. Here is the inventory — the primary facility where the county commissioners and the bulk of county offices are located is the Executive Plaza building, which sits behind another county property, the Lycoming County Courthouse. The County Prison is,

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  • Andrea’s Country Home Cookin: Cool Beverage Anyone?

    Andrea’s Country Home Cookin: Cool Beverage Anyone?0

    You are out in your yard, sun’s a blazin’. You are picking those little jerks that seem to pop up every other day in your flower garden. They just don’t seem to stop taking over your yard. Weeds. Another great blessing of summer. Sweat is rolling down your neck and you feel like you are

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  • There is No I in Team USA0

    In the world of sports, anytime a team or individual puts USA across their chest, I become an instant fan. It could be badminton, curling or some sport I didn’t even know about prior to watching the Olympics. I know I’m not alone; probably 98% of Americans feel the same way. One of the great

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  • The Bookworm Sez: By Terri Shlichenmeyer

    The Bookworm Sez: By Terri Shlichenmeyer0

    Star light, star bright. The first thing you see tonight is neither star nor planet. It’s technically a satellite, an orbiting astronomical sphere that seems to have a man’s face etched in its side. Once, though, it really did hold a man and in “One Giant Leap” by Charles Fishman, you’ll read about what went

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  • Grit: July 20, 1969 – Williamsport Eyes Trained on Apollo 110

    As the lunar landing of Apollo 11 transcends another of man’s dreams, most of the area’s denizens of the workaday world will see it pass while on the job. City, state and federal employees will be off in respect to President Nixon’s request for a national day of participation, but most workers in non-governmental jobs

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  • Cutters Dominican Dinner Returns July 29 – Dominican Players & Teammates to Serve0

    The Williamsport Crosscutters have teamed up with A.C.E.S. North America in announcing the 6th Annual Dominican Plate – An Evening of Dominican Dining and Entertainment with the Cutters. The event will be held on Monday, July 29 in the Grand Ballroom of the Genetti Hotel, 200 W. Fourth St., Williamsport. Doors open at 5:30pm with

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  • Some “Fishy” News0

    Hearing and reading about invasive species showing up in our country is getting to be commonplace; it seems like every time we turn around another new plant, bug or critter has found a new home here. Our waterways and lakes are no exception, and in fact, many invasives including a variety of plant species and

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  • Cutters Clubby0

    Most fans attending games at Bowman Field enjoy the games, the experience around them, and while attentive to the game on the field they are oblivious to what takes place before and after games in the Crosscutters clubhouse under the first base grandstand. That off-limits player’s sanctuary bears little resemblance to the opulence of Major

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Pocket Knives0

    It has been over a half a century since my Grandfather, Ira Martin Witt, passed away, yet I am happy to say that I still have to this day his favorite pocket knife. It rests securely within the walls of a safe, as I am fearful that if I carried it, it would join so

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  • The Susquehanna Riverwalk0

    Teach, and I made plans to do something fun. She recently pulled the trigger on a new kayak, and we hoped to make a trip to Little Pine State Park. Her purchase caused some division within the house. I suggested she borrow from one of our friends but no- she just had to have her

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  • “One Small Step” Remembered 50 Years Later0

    This week marks the 50th anniversary of one the momentous events in the history of mankind — Apollo 11 landing two men on the moon and returning them back to earth safely. Webb Weekly wishes to recall this history-making event by bringing the recollections of several area residents and what were their impressions of it.

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  • Live By Faith: The Right Faith-Math1

    Note from the Author: This article is a continuation of a series of articles called “Live By Faith”. The series is based on Hebrews 11, which is known as “The Faith Chapter”. Enoch is a Biblical character that we know very little about. He appears as the seventh in line after Adam, and as the

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  • Remembering Our Heroes (ROH) ’57 Truck Tour0

    Our 1957 Chevy Task Force 3200 began as a father and son project in 2012. I’d had a ’57 Chevy Belair coupe 40 years ago and really liked the design and look. We decided on a truck and found this one on eBay sitting in a field on a North Carolina goat farm. We drove

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  • The Moon, the Mets and Woodstock: The Incredible Summer of 19690

    In the fall of 1969, shortly after the Miracle Mets won the World Series over the highly favored Baltimore Orioles, there was an editorial cartoon in one of the New York papers that proclaimed “The Moon and Mets In the Same Year — Incredible! ,” that sums up pretty well that summer 50 years ago

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  • Vacation Dressing0

    Tis the season for vacays, staycays, and slaycays! Whether you’re gearing up for your annual family road trip, plan on laying low at home, or are booking an epic adventure, chances are your vacation wardrobe may be in need of a refresh. The key to building stylish vacation outfits is versatility and balancing the practical

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  • Summer Sports Safety0

    Now that the summer weather is here, it seems easy to jump right into athletic activity and pick up right where you left off last year. Unfortunately, over 3.5 million people in the U.S. suffer sports related injuries each year, with a large portion during the summer months. If the body is not properly trained,

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  • Uptown Music Collective Summer Festival

    Uptown Music Collective Summer Festival0

    The Uptown Music Collective is set to present its annual free Summer Music Festival on Sunday, July 21st at Williamsport’s Brandon Park Band Shell. The day’s festivities will begin at 1 pm with free music performances all day, as well as food vendors, raffles, and more. The event will culminate with an exclusive, one-time-only performance

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  • Lycoming Motors – The Beginning0

    In my prior article on Lycoming Motors, I gave a history of their contributions to the automobile industry. This article delves back to very beginnings of Lycoming Motors in 1845. Yes, this manufacturing entity, though evolving over many years has its origins before the Civil War. In 1845 a Miss Demorest founded what was to

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