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South Williamsport, PA
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  • LLB Goes CBO0

    Ever since Carl Stotz tripped over a backyard lilac bush while playing catch with his nephews in 1938, the Little League program he envisioned was meant to give local youngsters the opportunity to play baseball. As Stotz sat on his porch steps to ease the pain of his wound he asked his nephews, “How would

  • Lycoming County Brotherhood Alliance to Honor Several For Outstanding Community Service At Their May 3 Banquet0

    A long-time radio personality, a business developer and community activist, a dedicated sports volunteer, and several “unsung heroes” are among those to be honored at this year’s annual Lycoming County Brotherhood Alliance banquet to be held on Wednesday, May 3, at the Genetti Hotel. The guest speaker for the banquet has overcome some daunting obstacles

  • Go Utah0

    The Little League World Series is finally here. And for those ten days, the great city of Williamsport is the center of the entire sporting universe. Yes. It is a fantastic time of year. My father-in-law Iron Mike Coledo and Jensen snuck over for the opening ceremonies. I will have to do some research, but

  • People, Places and Smiling Faces0

    Record inflation, the worst 1st term start in presidential history, and hardworking Americans getting fleeced at every turn. And that’s just for warmups. All of the above make it a great week to stress some positives. So, let’s move right along and talk about some great accomplishments by folks in our area. South Williamsport’s Olivia

  • Little League Rule Changes Being Considered0

    As reported in a previous column, Little League Baseball convened its International Congress in Williamsport earlier this month. The event is held every four years and is attended by more than a thousand volunteers from around the world to chart the course of the world’s largest organized youth baseball and softball program. During their four

  • District IV Stands Tall0

    Earlier this month, as the area school’s doors closed for the summer, hundreds of senior graduates stoically marched into their ceremonies to the familiar strains of Pomp and Circumstance. Then they sat, listened to speeches, heard their name called, received their long-awaited diploma, and happily tossed their mortar-board tasseled caps into the air and departed, officially ending