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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Home, Neighborhood, and Self Improvement0

    Autumn has officially fallen on the West Branch Valley. Although I don’t like the daylight hours growing shorter, the temperature moving a little south on the thermometer and knowing what may be just around the corner — what an absolutely amazing time of year in our neck of Penn’s woods. We all need just to

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  • Seasonal Skin Care0

    Fall is officially upon and us and as you start to transition your wardrobe for fall remember that your skin is going to be transitioning as well. A great way to start a new season is with a facial! Not only will it prep your skin for the weather changes, but it’s also a great

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  • STEP Continues to Offer its Social Services to Clinton and Lycoming Counties Despite COVID-19 Pandemic0

    For more than 50 years, STEP has been offering various social services to the citizens of Clinton and Lycoming counties. But no year has posed a greater challenge to its ability to deliver those services than in this year, the “Year of COVID-19.” They have managed to soldier on and adjusted the way they have

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  • Five Seasonal DIY Home Improvement Projects

    Five Seasonal DIY Home Improvement Projects0

    The calendar pages may be turning fast, but it’s not too late to do some work around the house. Now is the time to wrap up home improvement projects before the weather turns too cold. Consider these five easy DIY tasks that can set you up for a warm, safe and pest-free fall: Perform routine

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  • Physical Therapy or Occupational Therapy? Seeking the Right Care0

    Occupational therapy and physical therapy are commonly confused with each other. While, occupational and physical therapy have a lot of similarities including improving quality of life, increasing independence, reducing pain and discomfort, and preventing further injury or injury recurrence, there are also key differences between the two, especially when it comes to their approach to

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  • Three DIY Projects That Will Instantly Improve Your Home’s Value

    Three DIY Projects That Will Instantly Improve Your Home’s Value0

    Buying a home is exciting. Once you purchase a property, you want to make it your own. Whether it’s a 100-year-old beauty or a fresh new build, there are improvements you can make that not only personalize the space, but add instant value to your real estate investment. Project 1: Update the garage door Garage

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  • Williamsport Sun: September 26, 1940 – Sunday School Champions and Organizer of League, Honored at Testimonial0

    Sunday School Baseball League members, officials, and friends joined in a combined dinner and testimonial Wednesday evening at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church parish house to honor the championship team of that church and to also give recognition to John H. Bower, league organizer and supervisor since 1922. There were 65 present at the dinner and

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  • Safe and Effective Ways to Clean Up Leaves

    Safe and Effective Ways to Clean Up Leaves0

    Removing leaves from the yard is a task that homeowners must perform each fall. Thousands upon thousands of leaves can drop from a single tree. Multiply that by the number of trees on a property, and it’s no surprise the task of leaf cleanup can seem so daunting. Furthermore, not all leaves are shed at

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  • The Drift Toward Bondage0

    There is a cycle in human history that has been repeated again and again for thousands of years. It is a cycle that goes from freedom to bondage to freedom to bondage — and on and on and on. Free people, especially those who didn’t personally sacrifice to win their freedom, tend to become careless

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  • Simple Ways to Improve a Kitchen Pantry

    Simple Ways to Improve a Kitchen Pantry0

    People have been spending more time at home in 2020 than in years past, and certain projects around the house have become a priority. One home improvement idea that serves the double benefit of creating organization and making cooking at home more efficient is to reimagine the kitchen pantry. A pantry is a room or

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  • Five Smart Strategies for Cleaning and Refreshing Your Home0

    With more of us spending time at home over the last few months, you’re probably noticing every bit of dust, pet hair and dirt accumulating on the floor and in nooks and crannies. And it’s harder than ever to keep up with regular cleaning while the whole family is together inside. What are the best

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  • Finding Motivation0

    Whether it is working out, washing the dishes, or just plain getting out of bed some days, all of us struggle to find motivation from time-to-time. According to Liz Huber, writer for the online business publication, “The Startup,” there are eight reasons we sometimes lack motivation. • Lack of a strong reason ‘Why.’ • An

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  • What to do to Prepare Your Garden for Winter

    What to do to Prepare Your Garden for Winter0

    Gardens provide an idyllic escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. In fact, many gardening enthusiasts typically cannot wait for the spring thaw so they can spend the next several months tending to their plants under the warm sun. But a gardener’s work is never truly done, and the work to make gardens

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  • Tips for Keeping Your Home Pest-Free This Fall

    Tips for Keeping Your Home Pest-Free This Fall0

    Autumn is a wonderful time of year – leaves show brilliant colors, there’s a refreshing crispness in the air – but, unfortunately, more bugs and rodents are finding their way into your home. As the season changes, insects and other critters are searching for places to hunker down for the cold weather and scoping out

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  • How You Can Help Fight Lyme Disease0

    Fall means it’s time to check for ticks, especially if you have recently spent time outdoors, taking part in activities such as hiking, camping, gardening, dog-walking or more. Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that is transmitted to humans via infected ticks. A bull’s-eye rash is one of the hallmarks of the disease, but other

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  • Practical Home Upgrades to Improve Function and Ambiance

    Practical Home Upgrades to Improve Function and Ambiance0

    Homeowners tackling interior upgrades often focus their attention on two of the most-used rooms the in the house: the kitchen and bathroom. Tailoring these rooms to your personal preferences may enhance your enjoyment of the space, but most experts recommend thinking long term for the biggest return on your investment. Kitchen Considerations As the hub

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  • How to Recognize When You Can Stop Mowing

    How to Recognize When You Can Stop Mowing0

    Each weekend in spring, summer and fall, millions of homeowners fire up their mowers and cut the grass in their yards. A few hours spent mowing the lawn can be a great time to get some sun and some exercise in the great outdoors. As fall gradually transitions to winter, homeowners may wonder when to

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  • County Hall Corner: Neutered News0

    Back in the forgotten days of real journalism, a big story was described as a ‘front-page story,’ and its importance was shown by the headline’s font size. So, for many newspapers, when Pearl Harbor was attacked, or President Kennedy was assassinated, the headline filled half of the front page, known as ‘above the fold.’ Today,

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  • Signs Your Gutters are in Need of Repair0

    Fall is a great time to tackle projects around the house. The weather each fall allows homeowners to make improvements to their homes’ exteriors without worrying about extreme heat or cold, while interior projects like painting are made easier because homeowners can open the windows to allow for proper ventilation. Fall also marks a great

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  • The Bookworm Sez: The Rock: Through the Lens: His Life, His Movies, His World

    The Bookworm Sez: The Rock: Through the Lens: His Life, His Movies, His World0

    Your favorite Hollywood star seems ten feet tall. After all, he’s bigger than life. Everybody knows him; he’s handsome and funny and, well, you’re pretty sure that if you ever met him, you’d probably be tongue-tied. After all, the man’s famous! So would you be surprised, as in “The Rock: Through the Lens: His Life,

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