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Friday, May 24th at the Community Arts Center: Russell Thompkins, Jr. & The New Stylistics and Eddie Holman

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  • Stay in Your Lane0

    As I headed down the beltway toward Montoursville, right where cars merge on from the Faxon on ramp, there was no doubt in my mind what was about to happen. I was in the right lane with a tractor-trailer to my left, as a car traveling at a high rate of speed was about to

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  • Back on the Wagon0

    Well guys, I did it. I fell of the New Year’s Resolution wagon. Remember how I talked about on of resolutions being eating at home more, and spending less money eating out? Well it has slipped away from me. Life has a way of happening sometimes, and I’ve gotten off course. So, it’s time for

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  • The New Stylistics and Eddie Holman To Appear For CAPPA Fundraiser May 24 at CAC0

    If you want to “Feel Brand New” and have a “Betcha, Golly Wow” time, support the good work of CAPPA (Community Alliance for Progressive Positive Action), and attend a great concert, then you want to attend “An Evening With the Stylistics and Eddie Holman” when they appear at the Community Arts Center in downtown Williamsport

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  • Playoffs Await0

    The high school baseball and softball regular seasons conclude this week, and area fans may want to heed the words of Terrell Owens to “get your popcorn ready.” The PIAA district playoffs begin next week, and a bevy of area teams have spent the past few months prepping for the upcoming opportunity to make deep

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  • County Hall Corner: Bearing or Burying the Truth0

    In this day of endless information sources, it is very challenging to know what to believe, who is right and who is wrong, and how to tell the difference. I learned a lot about human nature while living in the former USSR for sixteen years. In those early days of the early 1990s, the Berlin

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Ticks!0

    The winter doldrums are finally behind us, and although this spring has been offering more wet weather than usual, for outdoorsmen who are about to spend an increasing amount of time in the out of doors in the upcoming months, it is only a matter of time until you come in contact with ticks. Whether

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  • An Epic Journey

    An Epic Journey0

    Hats off to a Lycoming County naturalist and photographer. Michael Kinney is on an epic adventure. My friend is currently somewhere on the water. Kinney is doing a solo float trip on the entire stretch of the West Branch of the Susquehanna. Incredible. Mike kicked things off with a social media post. He has been

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  • Journey Bank Hosts 14th Annual Teen Star Musical Competition0

    Journey Bank is pleased to announce the top 14 finalists from local area high schools who will perform at the 14th Annual Journey Bank Teen Star Musical Competition. The live finale is set for Sunday, May 19, 2024, at Bloomsburg University’s Haas Auditorium at 2:00 p.m. Doors open at 1:00 p.m. Tickets to the event

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  • May, a Great Month for the Outdoorsman0

    I must say that the month of May is a lot like Christmas for the hunting and fishing crowd; there’s a host of opportunities to hunt and fish for a variety of species. I’ve seen some photos of successful turkey hunters, but a couple were particularly interesting. One of those photos was of Jessica and

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  • Mahonski Wins Wrestling Gold — Again!

    Mahonski Wins Wrestling Gold — Again!0

    Wrestling legend and hometown hero Rick Mahonski dusted off his headgear after decades of athletic retirement to take on some of the world’s best master wrestlers. Some of Mahonski’s accolades include: 1972 PA State Champion, 1974 NCAA D3 National runner-up, Team member 1974 D3 National Champions (Wilkes College), 1976 EIAA D1 runner-up, West Branch Wrestling

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  • Refresh Spring Menus with Sweet and Savory Favorites0

    Whether your favorite springtime meals take you to the patio or have you throwing open the windows to let fresh air in, enjoying the sunshine and warmth with sweet and savory dishes is a perfect way to celebrate the season. Better yet – bring loved ones together with recipes that are as easy to make

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  • Horoscopes0

    ARIES – Mar 21–Apr 20 Aries, a friend has made steady progress and exhibited significant personal growth. Continue to support this person’s pursuits and act as a source of encouragement. TAURUS – Apr 21–May 21 Your happiness can bring joy to many other people this week, Taurus. Spread all of your positivity among those people

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  • Distressing Denim0

    Ever since the grunge-era ‘90s, distressed or ripped jeans have been part of the trend cycle. The current iteration of distressed denim ranges from slight frays to thigh-sized holes, with retailers across all price points. From Old Navy’s sale price of $27.47 for High-Waisted Button-Fly O.G. Straight Ripped Cut-off jeans to Acne Studios’ Organic Cotton

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  • UPMC Physician: How to Remain Happy and Healthy In the Sun0

    It’s that time of year again. We’ve warded off second — or third — winter and warmer temperatures are here to stay, hopefully. We’ve emerged from months of dark and dreary weather and want to enjoy the outdoors again until old man winter makes his cursed return. With spring and summer comes an increase in

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  • Health/Resource Fair!0

    Join Sojourner Truth for their Health/Resource fair on Wednesday, May 22 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Rain or shine, outside and inside at 501 High St., Williamsport. There are many great organizations who will be represented, many are offering hands-on “life hacks” for visitors. There is something for all ages, from babies to seniors. A special

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  • Happy Mother’s Day0

    No surprises here, it’s time for my annual Happy Mother’s Day list! Every year I think about doing something different, but I think this is the ultimate list. No matter what kind of Mom you are! And to all the Moms out there, if no one has told you lately — you’re doing an awesome

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  • Thoughts, Thanks and a Happy Mother’s Day0

    I want to thank my staff for filling in during my absence at the end of last week and making sure not only the Webb Weekly got done but the Home Show was covered. They are amazing, and truly family. The Home Show is an event we look forward to; thank you to everybody who

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  • The Wildcats

    The Wildcats0

    Golf claps to my friends at Pennsylvania College of Technology. The Wildcat Golf Team is on its way to the NCAA Division 3 National Championship. They earned an automatic bid this past weekend, and PCT captured its second straight United East Conference crown. Montoursville’s Peyton Mussina led the way. The lefty sniper is solid. He

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  • Getting Into Fly-Fishing0

    Over the past couple of years, I’ve had more and more people talk to me about getting into fly-fishing, and it certainly appears that it is growing in popularity. One of the concerns that I hear from those who want to start fly-fishing involves the difficulty in learning to properly cast a fly. There is

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  • Take a Hike0

    With fear of jinxing its permanent arrival and hoping against a reversal of fortunes, it appears that spring has finally made its way to our neck of the woods! Being imbedded in sports all my life, the changing of the seasons has had more to do with which sport was coming up next than with

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  • County Hall Corner: Local Colleges that Count with Clout0

    The current protests happening on campuses around the country are deja vu, but hopefully, they will not repeat an event that took place 54 years ago. On May 4, 1970, four students were shot to death and nine others injured at Kent State University by the Ohio National Guard. During the 1960s, campus protests had

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Wild Turkey Is Excellent Table Fare0

    There are multiple ways to honor this “Greatest of Game Birds,” and one of them is to maximize its use at the dinner table. So, as you sit patiently in your turkey blind or against an old oak tree, eagerly anticipating an encounter with a wise old gobbler, here are a few thoughts to contemplate.

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  • Woody Makes His 50th Without the Buzz0

    Writer-director Woody Allen recently notched his 50th film — but this Woody has no buzz … not even for such an impressive milestone. The once-beloved auteur behind such landmarks as Annie Hall, Manhattan, Sleeper, and (my favorite) Crimes and Misdemeanors, Allen holds a record 16 Oscar noms for screenwriting. But he’s now essentially been canceled,

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  • Sunscreen For All0

    It seems that summer, or at least summer weather, has arrived! And with summer comes sunscreen, even on cloudy days. On a surface level, all sunscreens have the same task: To minimize skin’s exposure to sunlight and, in doing so, reduce the signs of skin damage and lower the risk of skin cancer. However, not

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  • UPMC Physician: Keeping a Spring in Your Step0

    Spring is here. The days are getting longer, temperatures are rising, and the birds are singing. The cold, inclement weather we’re used to in the winter causes many of us to decrease our activity and stay indoors. Though this sounds cozy and is a better choice than walking on slippery surfaces and chancing a fall,

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  • Noted Nature Author Tim Palmer At Otto Book Store Friday, May 170

    Get ready for an exciting event! The esteemed nature author and photographer, Tim Palmer, will be holding a book signing of his latest work, Seek Higher Ground: the Urgent Solution To Our Flood Crisis, at Otto Bookstore on Friday, May 17, from 10 a.m. to noon. This is a unique opportunity to meet the author

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  • Derby Weekend0

    I know, I know, it’s me again. I’m sure you would all prefer to see Jimmy’s smiling face here, talking about what’s happening worldwide and at home. Unfortunately, he is feeling under the weather so you are stuck with me again. I’m not going to get into all that is going on in the world,

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  • *** EVENT CANCELLED *** Ride for Strides Fundraiser, May 110

    Due to unforeseen circumstance, the Lycoming County United Way Ride for Strides Event has been cancelled. Please continue to support the LCUW in all the amazing work they continue to do for and in our community.

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  • Road Warriors Come Home

    Road Warriors Come Home0

    An ariel view of Lyco’s new field. (Photo courtesy of Deluxe Athletics.) Mets manager Yogi Berra coined the phrase “it ain’t over till it’s over” when referencing the 1973 National League pennate race. Now that Lycoming College has finally had the opportunity to christen its new Brandon Park field, Warriors head coach Rick Oliveri couldn’t

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Honoring the “King of Game Birds”0

    For dedicated spring gobbler hunters, the Pennsylvania spring gobbler season is just a few more restless nights away! Preseason scouting indicates that this should be a really good year to bag one of nature’s greatest game birds. Before you head to the woods, there are a few things you should give some thought to. Most

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  • The Dry Fly Buzz

    The Dry Fly Buzz0

    Special thanks to the readers of Webb Weekly. I am still amazed at how many folks will turn to this page. I ran into two people last week — totally random — one at Wegmans and one at work. Their kind words meant the world. I always get excited when someone recognizes me from this

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  • Some Thoughts on Spring Gobbler Hunting0

    Spring turkey hunting is upon us. The youth spring turkey hunt was on April 27th, and the statewide spring turkey hunt runs from May 4-31. Bear in mind, however, that the legal hunting hours change midway through the season. From May 4-18, hunting begins one-half hour before sunrise and ends at noon; hunters should be

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  • County Hall Corner: Seven States and 20,000 Votes0

    Seven has been called a magic number. There are seven days a week, seven colors in the rainbow, seven musical notes in a scale, seven wonders of the ancient world, seven continents, seven major seas, and even psychologists tell us we can only take in seven ‘bits’ of information at one time. So, it is

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