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Webb Weekly is a family-oriented newspaper direct mailed to over 58,000 homes each week.

Webb Weekly

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

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Latest Issue

  • Celebrating Twenty Years

    Celebrating Twenty Years0

    Four years ago this May is how long I’ve been writing for Webb Weekly, and it truly has been a life-changing experience. I’m one of the newer writers, but most of the writers have been along for the ride since the beginning! It’s really neat to hear their stories over the years. Each year at

  • The Value of Creative Freedom0

    This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Webb Weekly, for which I have been writing since 2019. As I reflect on the fact that I have written almost 200 articles for the publication in that time, I think about how much I value the creative freedom that the publisher, Jim Webb, and editor, Steph

  • Introduction to the Five Investments0

    Congratulations to Jim Webb and the Weekly team on the 20th anniversary of the Webb Weekly serving the greater Susquehanna Valley! Thank you for providing a free, positive, encouraging, and informative word in our mailboxes every week. On days like these, we need all the good news we can get. Well done! And please, keep

  • South Williamsport Police to Re-Establish K9 Program0

    With the retirement of K9 Dany in 2018, the borough of South Williamsport is working on adding a new K9 partner to the patrol division. The addition of a K9 partner will do many things for the boroughs of South Williamsport and Duboistown, including performing public relations between the police and the community, providing appearances

  • Snow Days

    Snow Days0

    For heaven’s sake, it’s January, and most of these days so far have felt like spring. I wore a t-shirt outside last Saturday and hung out our sheets on the line. It was wild for this time of year. Usually, I have a heartfelt goodbye to my clothesline about mid to end of October! This

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six” by Lisa Unger

    The Bookworm Sez: “Secluded Cabin Sleeps Six” by Lisa Unger0

    Someone is peeking on you. You don’t know where they are. You haven’t caught them yet, but you can feel them: the hairs on the back of your neck are standing at attention. You’re trying to resist the urge to jump, scream, and run away but nowhere is safe. Someone is watching you and, as

  • Winter Trends0

    The weather so far in 2023 has been odd. It hasn’t been bitterly cold, we’ve had some uncharacteristic warm bouts, but it’s definitely been dreary with lots of precipitation. I’m still advocating for human hibernation from January 2nd to March 16th; it’s not going great. In order to prepare for whatever winter has in store,

  • Lumber Capital Athletics Working to Get Williamsport Fit0

    Lumber Capital Athletics, home of CrossFit Lumber Capital, is an open-concept, functional training facility located at 575 East Third St. in Williamsport. The facility opened in October 2022 and is owned by Ben Wise and Stacey Kadenas. They offer group CrossFit classes, individualized programming, personal training, and performance programs for athletes ranging from middle &

  • Winter Haircuts0

    With the new year, you may be in the market for a new you or at least a new hairstyle. The dead of winter may not seem like the best time to try a new haircut, but this season’s hair trends seem to be tailor-made for chilly temperatures and cozy nights at home. If you’re

  • The Bookworm Sez: Best of 20220

    It happens every year. The decorations come down. The last of the Christmas leftovers have been eaten. Errant bits of ripped wrapping are found and discarded. You have no more holiday candy or cookies, you look around at your empty hands, and you wonder — now what? Now it’s time to settle in and read

  • Benoit’s Back: The Knives Out Sequel, “Glass Onion”0

    “It’s a dangerous thing to mistake speaking without thought for speaking the truth.” That line from “Glass Onion” is so apt and memorable that it alone makes the film worthwhile. But the “Knives Out” sequel has a lot more going for it than just good dialog. Indeed, this new film offers everything needed to satisfy

  • Sweet Girl

    Sweet Girl0

    Our sweet little girl Kenzy turns nine on January 11th. It’s so hard to believe. It feels like just yesterday, she was born. They told me she was going to be a big baby. Our son Ty was 8 pounds, 10 ounces and a chunker! At nine months with him, I felt amazing. I was