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

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  • Remembering Our Heroes (ROH) ’57 Truck Tour0

    Our 1957 Chevy Task Force 3200 began as a father and son project in 2012. I’d had a ’57 Chevy Belair coupe 40 years ago and really liked the design and look. We decided on a truck and found this one on eBay sitting in a field on a North Carolina goat farm. We drove

  • Library to Offer Free Basic Computer Workshops0

    The James V. Brown Library, 19 E. Fourth St., will host weekly workshops in August for adults interested in learning more about computers and email. The basic computer classes will take place on Wednesdays in August from 1:30-2:30 p.m. in the Lowry Room and are limited to 5 people per class. Topics are: Week 1

  • Uptown Music Collective Summer Festival

    Uptown Music Collective Summer Festival0

    The Uptown Music Collective is set to present its annual free Summer Music Festival on Sunday, July 21st at Williamsport’s Brandon Park Band Shell. The day’s festivities will begin at 1 pm with free music performances all day, as well as food vendors, raffles, and more. The event will culminate with an exclusive, one-time-only performance

  • 149th Lycoming County Fair Takes Place July 10 to 200

    Expanded activities in the Amelia Earhart Kids Fun Way, a one-day Country Music Festival and the usual array of motor-related events such as a Demolition Derby, tractor pulls and all kinds of other interesting free and paid entertainment will highlight this year’s 149th Lycoming County Fair at the fairgrounds in Hughesville from July 10 to

  • Nominations for Women of Excellence are Open0

    The YWCA Northcentral PA is accepting nominations for the 11th annual Women of Excellence tribute. Over the past decade, women from across Lycoming County have been honored for their dedication to our community through their acts of service. This celebration is a time to recognize the female leaders who give so much of themselves each

  • Community Arts Center 2019-2020 Season Announcement!0

    The Community Arts Center proudly presents its 26th Season! Nearly one and half million guests have enjoyed events at the Community Arts Center since the spectacular re-opening in 1993, and millions more are on the way. Making sure that there is something for every taste and every age has become a Community Arts Center hallmark.

  • Lycoming County Special Olympics Events for July0

    Two fundraising events and the annual picnic are planned to take place in July for Special Olympics. Both fundraising events are scheduled to take place on July 21, with the picnic scheduled to be held on July 28. The first event, the 2nd Annual Swimming For Special Olympics, will be held on July 21 at

  • Carmen Barone Signs with Saint Francis University

    Carmen Barone Signs with Saint Francis University0

    Carmen Barone recently signed his letter-of-intent to continue his education and play football at Saint Francis University. Here he is pictured with: (standing) Loyalsock Athletic Director Ron ‘CI’ Insinger, Ashley Sekel VP, his sister Alena Barone, his brother Nick Barone, his sister Isabella Barone Sister, Head Football Coach Justin Van Fleet. Seated are his grandmother

  • Third Annual Car Show0

    The Keystone Cruisers are proud to announce our third annual car show taking place on June 29, 2019. The money raised from this car show and from our famous Burger King Car Cruises on Maynard Street goes to operate our club and support local charities. The cost is $10 per entry, registration is 9:00 a.m.-noon

  • Tri-League Championship

    Tri-League Championship0

    Winners of the Tri-League Championship, U and U Modular Homes. The championship was held Tuesday June 11th. U and U Modular prevailed over Muncy Legion in an exciting and hard fought contest, 1-0. The league is made up of teams from East Lycoming, Montgomery, and Muncy Little Leagues. Front from left: Lucas Yarish, Brenden Fisher,