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  • I Like Big Bucks

    I Like Big Bucks0

    As September comes to an end, it can mean only one thing in our little neck of Penn’s Woods, the beginning of the hunting season. And yes, my title is a play on the Sir Mix a Lot hit, “Baby Got Back.” I have already heard from many of you and witnessed for myself some

  • The Great Outdoors

    The Great Outdoors0

    This week we are bringing you everything outdoors. We have lots of great stuff about hunting, fishing, safety, and generally enjoying all that Pennsylvania offers outside. I…don’t have a lot to contribute to the conversation because I’m not exactly outdoorsy. Don’t get me wrong, I do enjoy a nice hike every now and again, but

  • Mistakes, Distractions, What Drives Your Reaction0

    A happy fall to everyone. There is so much good going on in the world; we all need to find positivity and pass it on with a side of kindness. This especially holds true on the highways. I’m just putting this out there in the most straightforward way possible; everybody makes mistakes while driving. And

  • Busy Week0

    Last week, which is currently this week for me as I’m writing, has been busy. You’ll notice a larger-than-average paper this week. We’ve got 104 pages of Webb Weekly for you! This, of course, includes our yearly Fall Home Improvement section. So if you have any fall projects on the horizon — indoors, outdoors, DIY,

  • Pumpkin Spice and Pigskin is Nice0

    Well, summer is in the rear-view mirror as autumn officially begins next Thursday. A couple of closing thoughts about the sun-drenched season. It was hot, it was dry, and it was everything I remembered summers being as I was growing up. Just day after day of being able to do whatever you wanted and not

  • No One Should Go Hungry0

    September is Hunger Action Month. It was established by Feeding America in 2008 when they decided it was time for a nationwide push to get involved with the hunger crisis across the country. During September, people everywhere help to feed the needy in their neighborhoods and country, working to ensure that the 48 million people

  • Remembering History to Prevent Infamy0

    It was a beautiful, sun-drenched, late-summer morning. It appeared all was right in the world. The early day’s sun was still very warm, the smell of fall was in the air. I dropped my sons off for school and daycare. Jimmy had just started kindergarten, and Hunter was a very young preschooler. I was looking

  • Never Forget0

    Sometimes it feels like yesterday, and sometimes it feels like a lifetime ago. In reality, it’s been 21 years since the 9/11 attacks on the United States. It also marks the 21st annual 9/11 Memorial Motorcycle Ride. It’s hard to believe that the small ride, with a few dozen riders has grown to the event

  • Be Safe. Be Kind.0

    The weather may beg to differ, but summer is winding down. You can already feel the chill in the air in the morning, and the sun is setting earlier every day. The kids (for the most part) are all back in school, so it’s time to talk about the not-so-fun stuff — internet safety, bullying,

  • Rounding 3rd and Headed for Football0

    The Little League World Series is one of those events that every sports fan should have on their bucket list. Fortunately, I was born, raised, and have resided my whole life in the Williamsport area. I enjoyed the LLWS as a child, then taking my children and hopefully my grandchildren someday soon. Now that you

  • The Final Stretch0

    It’s the final days of the Little League World Series. Soon we’ll crown another LLBWS Champion, and everyone will return to their own corner of the world. But, man, it is something to see while everyone is here! I’ve been spending a fair amount of time at the Little League Complex and have taken thousands

  • The World Returns to Williamsport0

    I trust in God, I love my country, and will respect its laws. I will play fair and strive to win, but win or lose, I will always do my best. As the 75th Little League World Series begins, the Little League Pledge seemed like the perfect pitch to begin my article. After playing a