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

Phone & Fax

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

Get In Touch With Us

Latest Issue

  • The Joy of the Season0

    Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday Season to all! With only a handful of days left before the Big Guy comes down the chimney, many of you are probably doing what I am doing—last-minute shopping. Sure, every year I’m not going to procrastinate until Santa has the reindeer hooked to the sleigh, but here I

  • Ringing the Bell for “Sech”0

    Dave Sechler was truly one of the good guys. His lifetime of work comes to life each Christmas season with the sound of those Salvation Army bells. I still expect to see him manning his post during my shopping, with his friendly smile, kind words and commitment to helping others. As I walked into the

  • Talking Turkey, Pigskin and Leftovers0

    Happy Thanksgiving to all from everyone here at Webb Weekly! Where has the year gone? The beginning of the holiday season has descended on the West Branch Valley. There are so many great events celebrating Christmas scheduled for our area; some have already begun the celebration. Almost all can be found within our pages. Get

  • Underdogs Residing in Penn’s Woods0

    If you love the upset and rooting for the underdog what an incredible three week stretch. It began with our own Penn State Nittany Lions and ended with the most unbelievable election night in American history. In between was a World Series that was already an odds breaker. Anytime you can say Cleveland Indians versus

  • The Men and Women of Freedom0

    A heartfelt thank you from all of us at Webb Weekly to the men and women that have served our Great Nation. These are the true providers of our blessed freedom. Please take the time this Veterans Day to honor the living and remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice or are no longer with

  • The Most Important Vote0

    Wow, the calendar reads November! Where the heck did September and October go? Or summer for that matter? It just amazes me how time truly flies by as I get older. My Father warned me about this, but you know being young at the time you think – yeah right, what’s he talking about? Mr.

  • A Scary Ending0

    Happy Halloween! Let’s be careful out there and keep all those in costume safe and remember to check their loot from the night. If you need any help I specialize in Snickers, Kit Kat and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. Trick or treat, smell my feet, give me no more Trump or Hillary conceit! Are you

  • A Perfect “Springer” Storm0

    The final Presidential Debate is upon us on Wednesday night. It is not only must see TV for deciding who deserves your vote, but it also has become like a reality TV show worth watching. Congrats to both Ms. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Mr. Donald Trump, you managed to turn the second debate into an

  • Awareness, Addiction and the Abominable0

    So much to talk about from Washington and the presidential election to Williamsport and DA Eric Linhardt. I promise not to need the services of any ‘fact checkers’ like Ms. Hillary and ‘The Don’ did during their debate. The most important shade of autumn made an early appearance across the West Branch Valley. Even before

  • Autumn Outdoor Life and Liberty0

    What an absolutely amazing time of year to enjoy our home area of Penn’s Woods, “Hunting, fishing and loving every day” as country artist Luke Bryan sings it. “It’s the prayer a country boy prays” and no words ring truer as autumn and the beginning of the PA hunting season are upon us. It is

  • Taking a Knee on America0

    “Would you please rise in honor of America for the playing of our National Anthem?” Then you look and find the American Flag, either being presented by the color guard or flying above the stadium. You stand at attention, removing your hat if you are wearing one; maybe you place the hat or your empty

  • What We Can Never Forget0

    I can remember that bright blue sky and early sunshine like it was only yesterday. It could not have been a more beautiful late summer morning. As I started the workweek, Imus in the morning was on the radio; the first report on the show was that a small aircraft had flown into one of