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Webb Weekly

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

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  • What to Bring to a Potluck

    What to Bring to a Potluck0

    The Fourth of July has come and gone, but there is still plenty of summer ahead. That means plenty of chances for bar-b-ques, picnics and get togethers. Since these are usually done potluck-style, I thought I would share with y’all my favorite go-to for potlucks. This recipe is simple, easy to throw together and buying

  • Avoid Distraction and Anticipate Reaction0

    There are not many folks that log more miles in Lycoming County and the counties adjacent to us than I do. This is one of the busiest times of year for the streets and highways in our area. With all I have recently witnessed, I think it’s a good time for a public service message

  • Can’t Win ‘Em All0

    As local Little League seasons begin to wind down, it’s becoming more and more likely that kids are going to have to learn how to lose. More specifically how to lose with grace. Loss in sports, and in life, is inevitable. There is no avoiding it. But teaching children to lose with dignity, and with

  • A Sandwich, Soda, and Sit Down With the Mayor of Billtown

    A Sandwich, Soda, and Sit Down With the Mayor of Billtown0

    I have been meaning to catch up with Williamsport’s Mayor Derek Slaughter for a while now. I have known him a long time, and of course, I wanted to talk about the City of Williamsport, but even more important was just to catch up with a friend, break a little bread and see how he’s

  • Blueberry Season0

    We are lucky to have a lot of places locally to get fresh, homegrown fruits and veggies. We are also fortunate because there are many places you can go and spend a fun day out picking your own. But once you have all those berries picked, what do you do with them? Blueberry season is

  • Stand For the Flag, Kneel for the Fallen, Thank God for Our Freedom0

    There has been way too much negativity across our Nation in the last year, we need to leave it in the past and move forward full speed ahead. The United States of America is truly the greatest shining light of freedom and opportunity the world has ever seen. Our One Nation Under God must remember its

  • Protect Pets in Hot Weather

    Protect Pets in Hot Weather0

    Y’all! It’s getting hot! And with a holiday weekend upon us, we are all *hopefully* going to be out enjoying the beautiful warm weather! Don’t forget the sunscreen and to stay hydrated! No drinking and driving and keep an eye out for friends and loved ones — including your furbabies! Cats and dogs are as

  • The Ambiance of Washington Boulevard0

    Tip of my Webb Weekly cap with the American Flag on the side to Mr. George Hutchinson. The local real estate developer, businessman, and entrepreneur has a knack for making things better and more aesthetically appealing than he found them. He increases property value in whatever neighborhood he invests in. What triggered my thinking is what he

  • Why We Still Need Pride0

    Before I start, let’s alllll get one thing straight (no pun intended). If you intend to read this article and then proceed to call or email me with hate or vitriol; if you intend to call me names, tell me I need to find God (my relationship with God is just fine, thanks) or any

  • Tough Love, Life Lessons, and Family

    Tough Love, Life Lessons, and Family0

    It has been almost a decade since my Father left God’s green Earth. I think about him often regarding so many things and what his thoughts would be. For those of you that knew my Dad or read him over the years, just imagine his take on what the world has become. What I miss

  • Happy Father’s Day…0

    I just want to take a minute to say Happy Father’s Day… Happy Father’s Day to the Dads who are able to make every game. Happy Father’s Day to the Dads who miss games because they work long hours providing for their families. Happy Father’s Day to Dads who are far away protecting our freedoms.

  • Common Sense to Prevent Being Scrooged by a Scoundrel0

    Scammers have perfected the art of lying and deception. They prey upon the most innocent and caring people. This often is the most senior members of our community that may be lonely and just enjoy having someone to talk with. They are beyond scoundrels in sheep’s clothing and will say whatever necessary. Please make it