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  • Lycoming County Special Olympics Names Athlete, Volunteer for January0

    Brendan Rooker and Lester Loner were named Special Olympics athlete and volunteer for January. Brendan Rooker, son of James and Tracy Rooker, has been involved in Special Olympics for the past 12 years. During that time, he has participated in several sports, including Basketball, Equestrian, Long Distance Walking, Soccer, and Volleyball. Currently, Brendan is training

  • Glow in the Dark Pickleball Tournament to Benefit Vhito DeCapria

    Glow in the Dark Pickleball Tournament to Benefit Vhito DeCapria0

    A Glow in the Dark Pickleball Tournament will be held at the Williamsport Branch YMCA on Sunday, January 22 starting at 5:00 p.m. This event will be a fundraiser for Vhito DeCapria, a brave eleven-year-old boy from Jersey Shore who has been battling cancer since he was three years old. After beating life threating cancer

  • Accepting Uncertainty0

    In the early part of my career, I worked for a large YMCA association in North Carolina that was big on staff development. One of our properties was a large, gorgeous campground in the Appalachian Mountains that we were allowed to use whenever we wanted. I am kicking myself for not taking advantage of it

  • Over the Edge, Fundraiser Takes Place Friday, September 230

    No, they aren’t filming another “Spiderman” movie in Williamsport. Those people you will see this Friday, September 23, from 3 to 10 p.m. rappelling down the side of the William Hepburn High Rise are people raising money for several worthy area non-profits, the River Valley Regional YMCA, the YWCA of Northcentral Pennsylvania, and the Williamsport

  • County Hall Corner: And Now, A Word from My Readers0

    Over the years that I have been writing articles for Webb Weekly, I occasionally get feedback in the form of cards and letters sent to our office and also from face-to-face discussions. The biggest response I ever received was an article defending Dr. Seuss’s books. The pushback against the ‘cancel culture’ fanatics who somehow found

  • Pickleball action at Short Park0

    Across West Fourth Street, just a long foul ball away from the Original Little League field sits the once-controversial site of former Williamsport Mayor Gabe Campana’s 2014 Memorial Park Pickleball Court installation. Somewhat unpopular at the time, that action could be credited as the forerunner of what has become one of the fastest-growing sports in