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

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

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  • Concussions – Not Just a Concern for Athletes0

    The brain is protected from most ordinary knocks and tumbles by a thick, hard skull and a cushioning fluid lining. But sometimes bumps, blows, or jolts to the head or impact to the body that makes the head and brain bounce back and forth can result in a concussion. This is also known as mild

  • How to Prevent Sports Injuries in Young Athletes

    How to Prevent Sports Injuries in Young Athletes0

    Sports are a great tool to teach young people various lessons. Sports can instill a sense of teamwork and responsibility in youngsters while promoting a physically active lifestyle that can benefit kids into adulthood. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that roughly 30 million children participate in youth sports in the United States

  • Caring for Kitchen Countertops

    Caring for Kitchen Countertops0

    Kitchen remodels are a popular home improvement project that help homeowners recoup large percentages of their initial investments at resale. A kitchen remodel can invigorate a home and make the most popular room in the house more functional. According to HomeAdvisor, a home-improvement informational guide, homeowners spend an average of $22,000 on kitchen remodels. However,

  • Refresh Your Home’s Appeal With Furniture Paint

    Refresh Your Home’s Appeal With Furniture Paint0

    Furniture, bookcases, cabinets, and doors present opportunities to add or change color throughout a home. Woodcraft offers an extensive line of furniture paint, tools and supplies necessary for successful painting projects. In addition, Woodcraft retail store associates are always ready to help customers, and extensive how-to material is a click away at woodcraft.com. Lori Harper,

  • No Pain, No Gain – Overuse Can Lead to Season Ending Injuries0

    Overuse injuries, or repetitive strain injuries, are common athletic injuries associated with tendons, bones, and joints. Common examples of overuse injuries include tennis elbow, swimmer’s shoulder, pitching elbow, runner’s knee, jumper’s knee, Achilles tendinitis, and shin splints. The human body has a tremendous capacity to adapt to physical stress. While we tend to think of

  • Lifestyle Choices That Can Decrease Cancer Risk0

    The United Nations estimates that the world is home to 7.6 billion people. None of those people, regardless of their ethnicity, race or gender, are immune to cancer. According to the World Health Organization, cancer is the second-leading cause of death across the globe. Responsible for nearly nine million deaths in 2015, cancer is a

  • What to do After Suffering a Sunburn0

    Summer fun routinely involves days spent soaking up some of the sun’s rays. Relaxing days at the beach, barbecues in the backyard or picnics at the park can make for fun summer activities that create lasting memories. While spending time in the great outdoors is a great way to take advantage of summer weather, it’s

  • Five Tips for Raising Resilient Kids0

    Parenting, while providing plenty of excitement, comes with a certain set of challenges. With years of outdoor playtime ahead, one of those challenges is ensuring safety while still promoting an adventurous spirit. A child’s ability to push through, endure struggle, fail and try again can help encourage long-term success and happiness. Still, many parents feel