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  • Aaron, Harold, and CDC0

    My lifetime association with Little League Baseball, which has encompassed playing, coaching, broadcasting, writing, and fourteen years as the organization’s Central Region Director, has provided a myriad of memories, some humorous, some stressful, and some very personally rewarding. Next week Little League’s International Hall will be filled with volunteers and supporters as the pairings for

  • Getting the Most Out of Retirement0

    Part 3 As I mentioned in previous installments of this article, there are some characteristics that, in my opinion, are key factors in maximizing one’s quality of life in later years. I have already discussed the idea that the definitions of happiness and direction vary from person to person and that people should live in

  • Grandparents Create Memories That the Heart Holds Forever0

    I know many of you love the family part of my writing. I hear all the time how you love hearing stories about my family. My grandparents always seem to be the highlight in a lot of these. If it wasn’t for my family, I don’t think I would be the writer I am. I

  • Remembering 20 Years of My Webb Weekly Stories with Pride0

    I could scarcely have imagined that 20 years after writing my first story for Webb Weekly, I would now be looking back at my stories and that it would still be something that people continue to receive and enjoy today. It gives me a great sense of pride and satisfaction to have been a part

  • Building Your Dream Home Anytime, Anywhere0

    • September 21, 2022

    Five tips to create a comfortable forever home For most homebuyers, their dream homes are not something they’re likely to find already on the market. With a unique vision of your dream home’s look, location and features, building a custom home is generally the easiest way to make that dream a reality. To keep things

  • Safety Upgrades for Seniors’ Homes0

    • August 31, 2022

    Many seniors want to spend as long as possible residing in the comforts of their own homes. According to AARP’s 2021 “Home and Community Preferences Survey,” more than three-quarters of U.S. adults age 50 and older prefer living at home. But getting older often comes with certain deficits that may not make current living situations

  • Moving Forward 2.00

    I previously wrote an article titled, Moving Forward. The article was based on a story, which has been on my mind a lot recently, about Dean Furness, who was an analytic consultant for Wells Fargo. Furness was a very middle-class person; very average in every way. He was from the midwest and was married with

  • Adaptive Fashion0

    As we close out March, I wanted to take a moment to recognize that this month hosts various awareness days such as World Hearing Day, International Wheelchair Day, World Down Syndrome Day, and World Kidney Day, to name a few. Disabilities come in many forms, both visible and invisible, and are more common than you

  • A Beagle Can Lead to More Rabbits

    A Beagle Can Lead to More Rabbits0

    When I started to hunt rabbits as a high-school kid, I remember that I would take my old single barrel H&R sixteen gauge and head out to a friend’s farm. We didn’t own a dog, so I just worked my way through field edges and along brushy tree lines kicking brush and watching for running

  • Lycoming County Brotherhood Alliance Honors Local Community Members0

    Each year the Lycoming County Brotherhood Alliance recognizes individuals in the area who promote the spirit of brotherhood, tolerance, and community service at their annual banquet. Holding these annual affairs the past two years has proven problematic due to the COVID pandemic. This year’s banquet was slated for October, but a major uptick in COVID

  • Baby, it’s Cold Outside! Heat Your Home Safely as Temperatures Drop0

    Brrr! Your home’s heating systems are working double time to keep you warm as temperatures drop. The Williamsport Bureau of Fire says safety must be your top priority since heating is the second leading cause of home fires. Follow the Williamsport Bureau of Fire’s suggestions to keep your home warm and safe. “The biggest mistake

  • UPMC Expert: Caring for an Aging Family Member0

    If you’re providing at-home care for an ailing loved one, you’re not alone. According to AARP, there are more than 53 million unpaid caregivers in the U.S. That means, one in five Americans provide care for a loved one. We are seeing the rise of the sandwich generation in which those in their 40s and

  • New, All-Accessible ‘Kids United Community Playground’ Coming to Cochran Primary School This Summer0

    A multi-organizational partnership has generated more than $430,000 to officially bring a new, all-inclusive Kids United Community Playground to life this summer at Cochran Primary School. The effort has been in the works for about two years, led by the Williamsport Kiwanis and Rotary clubs, in partnership with the Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation,

  • Special Olympics Adapts During Extraordinary Times0

    This has been a tough year for everyone, and the Special Olympics of Lycoming County has been no exception. In spite of these difficult times, they have not only survived, but have thrived. According to Marc Follmer, manager of the Lycoming County Special Olympics, the organization as a whole has had to make many adjustments.

  • Moving Forward0

    I am not usually one for motivational speakers or TED Talks, but I happened to come across one recently that struck a chord. The speaker was Dean Furness, an analytic consultant for Wells Fargo. Dean was like a lot of middle-class fathers from the Midwest. He had a wife, children, and a house. In his

  • Fall Family Fun!0

    OK, y’all! This weekend is the last before Halloween, so it’s prime time to get out and enjoy some Fall Family Fun! We are lucky enough to live in an area that offers a plethora of options to get out with the family or framily and enjoy fall and spooky season! The Green Barn Berry


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