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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Solomon’s Saga0

    Last week’s column recounted the new developments at the Montgomery Athletic & Community Center and its plans to serve the community’s athletic and healthy lifestyle needs. While on a tour of the facility, athletic director Mike Snyder introduced me to Ryan Solomon, who was hired in July as coordinator of the building’s activities. Solomon was

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  • The Little Community that Could0

    Take a drive on Route 54 through Montgomery. You’ll not encounter a red traffic light to impede your journey. However, the lack of such operational hardware may cause you to miss one of the community’s crown jewels tucked away along the roadway, similar to a family heirloom that you know is valuable, but rarely trot

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  • Pearce, the Crosscutters & United Way0

    Throughout its long 115-year history, Major League Baseball’s World Series has produced many memorable moments that have been etched in the annals of the game. Included was that moment in 1988, the last time the Los Angeles Dodgers won a World Series when a limping Kirk Gibson hit a game-winning pinch-hit home run in Game

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  • Halloweening0

    This week it matters not if you receive your Webb Weekly on Tuesday or Wednesday, we hope you will be in the ‘spirit of the season’ when the various costumed creatures visit your neighborhood. To some, Halloween is a nuisance time when they choose to turn off their lights to dissuade excited youngsters from knocking

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  • Cooperstown0

    On a cool, overcast October morning, the ‘Giants’ and ‘Dodgers’ were set to square off amidst historical surroundings staring them in the face. No, it wasn’t the Polo Grounds or Ebbets Field. Nor was it Dodger Stadium or AT&T Park. The location had much more significance than even those beloved venues. The 10:00 a.m. ‘game’

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  • For Hail to the Chief0

    Thousands of eager on-lookers will line the streets of South Williamsport this Saturday to take in the sights, sounds and treats provided by the 73rd annual South Williamsport Mummers’ Parade. For young and old alike this community tradition is both anticipated and appreciated. For retiring South Williamsport Borough Police Chief Robert ‘Bob’ Hetner, the parade

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  • A Wise Choice1

    Followers of Lycoming College football may only know Steve Wiser as the sidelined defensive guru prancing up and down the Warriors bench area dressed in his familiar shorts and pullover. That is totally understandable as since 1977 he has served the college continuously as the team’s defensive coordinator. Earlier this month a coat and tie

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  • Dazzling Dorner0

    On a welcomed warm October afternoon, sunny skies bathed the South Williamsport tennis courts as the Mountaineers hosted rival Montoursville with the regular season winding down. A short-sleeved crowd settled in on their lawn chairs with many spectators’ eyes affixed on court #1 where the Mounties freshman sensation Olivia Dorner was set to take-on Montoursville’s

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  • October Baseball0

    As October ushers in autumn, Major League Baseball’s marathon 162-game, six-month, 30-team quest for supremacy has seen 20 of its membership fall by the wayside leaving their fans with only the annual recourse of the defeated ‘wait till next year.’ For the other ten teams that made it to the finish line with varying degrees

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  • Good Enough0

    Schedule makers had extinguished the Friday Night lights for the greater Williamsport high school football teams on the season’s fourth weekend as Loyalsock, Montoursville, South Williamsport and Williamsport all boarded buses for road trips of various lengths. South Williamsport had the shortest journey as the Mounties took their perfect 3-0 record onto the Muncy Indians

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