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  • Summer Smiles, Grad Gifts, and Great Giveaways0

    What a great logo the Williamsport Crosscutters have to celebrate their 25th season. I will definitely be looking for a new hat sporting the image when I travel up to Historic Bowman Field to cheer on our home team. If you happen to miss what I’m talking about, it can be found on the cover

  • Happy, Sad, Angry, or Mad

    Happy, Sad, Angry, or Mad0

    Emotions. Boy, is there a lot. Of course, we all want to be happy each and every day, but emotions get the best of us. We can have a perfectly good day, but then some crazy person just cuts us off on the highway. Your mood can instantly change. You can be having the worst

  • Capturing the Killer Nurse: Two Picks from Netflix0

    According to a pair of recent Netflix movies, Charlie Cullen may be “the most prolific serial killer in American history,”; but many folks have never even heard of him. Cullen was a nurse who, after a 16-year spree ending in 2003, confessed to murdering at least 29 patients at hospitals in New Jersey and eastern

  • 5 Fun Facts About the Month of June0

    June marks the official start of summer in the northern hemisphere, and it’s the month when summer vacation begins for millions of schoolchildren. Those two things make the month of June especially popular in many households. But June is about more than summer and the end of the school year. The following are five fun

  • The World of Weird Words May 31, 20230

    Last week in this space, we launched a new weekly feature for Webb — the aptly named “World of Weird Words,” selected from hundreds of oddball terms on a list I’ve been amassing since 2005. With my lengthy intro to the series, I had room for only seven entries in that first piece; herewith, I

  • Library to Host Kindergarten Prep Program0

    The James V. Brown Library, 19 E. Fourth St., will host the program, “Kindergarten Prep!” for children starting kindergarten in the fall. Drop off your child to practice some kindergarten skills. During this program your child will explore math, science, early literacy tasks, cut with scissors, learn to line up, and practice building independence skills.