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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Lock Haven Jams 20220

    The Lock Haven Jams Music Festival is back. The Clinton County Arts Council is sponsoring the three-day event that will begin Friday, August 11th, at the Roxy Theater in Lock Haven with ‘Rockin’ the Roxy.’ Tickets are required for this part of the festival and can be purchased, at a discount, in advance, online at

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  • Former LLWS Player Joins Cutters0

    RHP Joe Battaglia was recently added to the Williamsport Crosscutters roaster. Battaglia’s last visit to Williamsport was in 2011 when he was a member of the Lafayette, La. Little League squad that competed in the Little League World Series. Battaglia played first base and pitched. He was 1 for 3 at the plate and pitched

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  • County Hall Corner: Eastward Going Upward0

    A very special guest came to the Lycoming County Commissioners Meeting on Thursday, July 28th — Lycoming College President, Kent Trachte. He came to ask the commissioners to approve a grant for a new 165-stall parking structure which is part of the East Third Street/Old City Revitalization Project. The presence of Dr. Trachte magnified the

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  • Fundraising Campaign to Renovate Montoursville’s Flight 800 Memorial Gardens Being Conducted0

    July 17, 1996, is one of the darkest days in local history. That is the day that 16 Montoursville High School students and five adult chaperones were killed in the explosion and crash of TWA Flight 800. In an effort to reverentially commemorate and remember them, a special Flight 800 Memorial Gardens was erected in

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  • Cutters Raise Funds for Aly’s Monkey Movement0

    The Williamsport Crosscutters recently held a jersey auction to benefit Aly’s Monkey Movement. The charity, whose mission is to “Change the world, one monkey at a time”, was started in 2019 by then 10-year-old Aly Creasy. The charity provides stuffed animal monkeys to children locally and all over the world who may be experiencing a

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  • Coming Home0

    Paying no mind to the contents of author Thomas Wolfe’s 1940 novel You Can’t Go Home Again, newly appointed St. John Neumann basketball coach Louis Roskowski has done just that and is brimming with enthusiasm and anticipation as he takes over the reins of the Golden Knights boys’ program. Roskowski grew up in Williamsport, playing

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