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280 Kane St. STE #2
South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • Memorial Day By Andy Kline0

    I wrote this speech and read it at the Watsontown Memorial Day Ceremony as the guest speaker on Memorial Day, May 31, 2010. Good morning and welcome. Thank you for taking the time to be here with us today. I am honored to speak today in my hometown, beside and among my fellow comrades. My purpose

  • Friendship, Positivity and Community0

    There is a group of local business folks that get together each week to discuss the world’s problems and much more. I will refer to them as my friends of the round table, even though the table we sit at is more of an oval shaped countertop — that just sounds better. The topics most

  • River Valley Relay For Life Celebrates Its 25th Anniversary This Saturday0

    For 25 years now one of the most important volunteer fundraising efforts of the local chapter of the American Cancer Society has been taking place under the auspices of the River Valley Relay For Life. They have taken place at various venues throughout Lycoming County such as the Williamsport High School, the Montoursville, the Hughesville,

  • This Week’s LION: Eric Beiter, Williamsport Mayoral Candidate0

    Is it possible to be an idealistic pragmatist? This might be the best way to describe Eric Beiter, Republican Party candidate for Mayor of Williamsport. Eric is store manager with Beiter’s Home Center in South Williamsport, but also has studied abroad and knows American history and political theory like a professor. Eric Beiter grew up

  • Take a Kid to a Car Show0

    Many of the Webb Weekly readers may already know my passion for cars, trucks, and motorcycles started at a young age with a gift from my Uncle Mitch. That small, red, 1979 Corvette promotional model was the driving force behind my love of the automobile. Growing up and into my early 20s I had some

  • No Boat, No Problem0

    A bunch of us guys were talking the other day, and somehow the subject of fishing came up. Someone commented that they would like to do more fishing, but they didn’t have a boat. That reminded me of a time when I didn’t have a boat either, but over the years I was able to