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South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • Hosting Mistakes0

    If you have decided to host a holiday event in your home this season, whether it be for friends or family, for Christmas Eve or New Year’s Day, chances are you may be feeling a little overwhelmed, stressed, and exhausted. Or, if you are anything like me, you may be asking yourself “what did I

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  • Perfect Wine Pairings for Holiday Parties0

    With the holidays quickly approaching, it is time to begin planning menus and shopping for groceries, which may leave you facing endless shelves of wine. Choosing wines to pair with your holiday meal is an important part of the menu planning process. A smart rule is to select quality wines that pair with a variety

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “Only YOU Can Save Christmas!” by Adam Wallace, pictures by Garth Bruner0

    You’re always Mom’s Best Helper. You bring her things when she needs them. You keep your room clean and you do chores around the rest of the house, too. She really appreciates when you lend a hand, and in the new book “Only YOU Can Save Christmas!” by Adam Wallace, pictures by Garth Bruner, you’ll

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  • The Jaded Eye… Fountain of Youth Sprouts Here0

    I’ve poked fun at the masses for acting like mad men and women as they bust down doorways on Black Friday. However, I scour and scout on “Sensational Saturday” as I make the trek to York, Pennsylvania to a place where it not only offers cool stuff but can also take you back in time.

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  • Keep Safe This Holiday Season and Avoid Medical Mishaps0

    The holiday season might not be the most hazardous time of the year, but there is an uptick in safety concerns during this season of festivity and fun. Components of the holiday season such as decorating, shopping, celebrating, and traveling, carry some risk. The National Fire Protection Association says 30 percent of all home fires

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  • How to Cut Back on Holiday Waste0

    The holiday season is a joyful time of year. But the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day also tend to be very wasteful. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that household waste increases by more than 25 percent during the holiday season. Reducing waste come the holiday season does not mean celebrants have to

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  • The Bookworm’s Gift Guide!0

    Finally – your holiday shopping is DONE. Well, except for… um, and for…. and okay, you’re not really done. Everybody, you included, has that one certain person on the gift list who’s hard to buy for and another certain person who’s really fussy, and a Grandma who has everything. You know who they are, so

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  • 15th Salvation Army Festival of Trees To be Held Friday, December 8 At Lycoming Mall0

    For the 15th time an event that helps brighten the holiday landscape and raise money to benefit the local Salvation Army will take place this Friday, December 8 at 7 p.m. at the Lycoming Mall. These beautifully decorated trees will not only beautify and make the shopping experience for Christmas shoppers more aesthetically pleasing and

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  • The Jaded Eye … Writer Retrospect0

    There aren’t back issues of Webb Weekly stacked in piles like cordwood around my house like Car and Driver or Road and Track. The auto periodicals stay put. The papers go to the recycling center, as God intended. That doesn’t mean I don’t remember some past writers that penned their way into your hearts the

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  • Montgomery Christmas Parade Slated For Saturday, December 90

    The borough of Montgomery has not had an official Christmas parade since 1985, and George Nash, a retired drum instructor for the Montgomery High School Band, thought it was time to change that. Last year he organized a modest “unofficial” Christmas parade that had three pieces of fire equipment, the Montgomery High School Band and

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  • This Week’s LION – Clinton Twp. Vol. Fire Company0

    A paid political ad that ran in Webb Weekly last month featured alleged improprieties from the Clinton Township Volunteer Fire Company. As Paul Harvey enjoyed saying, “here is the rest of the story.” The complete picture of this excellent organization at the southern end of the county portrays one of the most effective volunteer companies

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  • Stay Stylish This Winter0

    With winter right around the corner, and the chilly days already here, it can be challenging to pull together a stylish and functional cold-weather outfit each morning. With sweaters and puffy coats adding bulk, static electricity causing hair havoc, and dry skin making every fabric feel like steel wool, getting dressed each day can be

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