About Webb Weekly

Webb Weekly is a family-oriented newspaper direct mailed to over 58,000 homes each week.

Webb Weekly

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

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Phone: 570-326-9322
Fax: 570-326-9383

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Latest Issue

  • West End’s Winning Ways0

    What a fantastic sports year it’s been for so many teams from across our area. As we close out July and head to August, it’s always a lot of fun when we have local teams still on the diamond trying to play their way to a World Series. Congratulations to West End Babe Ruth’s 13-year-old

  • Prepare Meals Together as a Family0

    Last week I talked about the importance of talking with and being involved with your children and how that can make warning signs of child sexual abuse more obvious and help the child feel more comfortable coming to you if something isn’t right. So let’s talk about an easy way to have some family fun

  • People, Places and Smiling Faces0

    Record inflation, the worst 1st term start in presidential history, and hardworking Americans getting fleeced at every turn. And that’s just for warmups. All of the above make it a great week to stress some positives. So, let’s move right along and talk about some great accomplishments by folks in our area. South Williamsport’s Olivia

  • Let’s Talk…0

    Statutory sexual assault, institutional sexual assault, aggravated indecent assault, corrupting the morals of a minor, unlawful contact with a minor, endangering the welfare of minors, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse… How many times have you read headlines that involve these charges recently? Obviously, one is too many, but these cases seem to be becoming more and

  • A Smile, Handshake and Conversation Can Go a Long Way

    A Smile, Handshake and Conversation Can Go a Long Way0

    One of the things I enjoy most about doing the Webb Weekly is getting to talk to so many people. Believe me; my job never gets boring because I get this opportunity with folks about so many different topics. This includes the obvious, like working with those at businesses, discussing columns within the paper, talking

  • Improve Reading Comprehension0

    I know! I know! It’s summer! Why are we thinking about reading comprehension? We are supposed to be swimming and vacationing and all that! But the ‘Summer Slide’ is real, and according to Scholastic, kids lose significant knowledge in reading and math over summer break, which tends to have a snowball effect as they experience

  • The Growth and Creation of an All-Inclusive Division0

    I could hear the birds singing and chirping before the sun even woke up — what a perfect way to awake and start the day. I love the long hours of July sunlight. What a special time of the year. It goes without saying no matter where you look or listen; the daily topics are

  • Spongy Moth Destruction0

    Have you been in woods lately? Have you heard what almost sounds like rain hitting the leaves above your head? I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but that’s not a passing summer shower. What you are hearing are Spongy moths, and their munching is doing a number on our local forests and

  • We Hold These Truths to be Self-Evident0

    Happy 246th Birthday, America! In my office hangs a sign. This metal rectangle has the American Flag draped down one side of what appears to be an old colonial-style wood background. I cannot remember where the sign came from, but as I describe it, I’m sure many of you will be familiar with it. The

  • Winner, Winner Grilled Chicken Dinner0

    Let’s kick off the start of the Fourth of July with some good news! It’s time to announce the winner of our Great American Cookout Giveaway! Congratulations to Carl Betts of Trout Run! Carl is getting all set up with a new grill courtesy of Elery Nau Hardware; he’ll also have everything he needs for

  • The Road to Montgomery Now Paved in Gold0

    Congratulations to the Montgomery softballers and the Red Raider Nation on winning their first Class A PIAA State Championship. What an absolutely amazing accomplishment that should bring a smile to everybody’s face locally. Montgomery Area High School graduated 60 students this year and is truly a small-town community high school. They are a very proud

  • Pride0

    After all these years, I’m not sure if y’all still need the disclaimer, but just in case, here we go… Things on this page are about to get really gay. So, pull out your rainbow flags and buckle up. But as I’ve mentioned in years prior, if you intend to send me hate, tell me