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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Taylor and Ali Win Track Gold, Set Records

    Taylor and Ali Win Track Gold, Set Records0

    North Central Pennsylvania has a strong tradition of success in high school track and field. Recently Tré Taylor, of Williamsport, and Idris Ali, of Loyalsock have continued that tradition by winning at district and state competitions. Though neither local athlete is a stranger to success, there were some surprises this season. Tré Taylor set a

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  • Cutters Job Fair WEDNESDAY0

    The Williamsport Crosscutters are looking for energetic, motivated individuals to fill part-time seasonal positions in the Food & Beverage Dept. at Historic Bowman Field for the 2021 season. Interested individuals must apply in-person at the Cutters Job Fair to be held Wednesday, June 9 from 4-6 p.m. at Muncy Bank Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field,

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  • 10-Year-Old Leo Noviello Runs Infinitus Marathon

    10-Year-Old Leo Noviello Runs Infinitus Marathon0

    When you hear of a ten-year-old running a marathon, you are very likely impressed — as you should be. When you hear that he ran the 28-mile Infinitus Trail Race, you should be in awe. That is exactly what Leo Noviello did in the mountains of Vermont on May 29. The Infinitus Trail Race was

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  • County Hall Corner: Every Second Counts…0

    Unfortunately, I studied economics and finance, otherwise I could be comfortably sleepwalking like our current political leadership in Washington DC. They are passing bills that burden the national budget with trillions of dollars of debt. First, there was the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan that was passed in March. There is also a proposed $2.5

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  • Charity Softball Tournament to Be Held June 26 At Elm Park0

    Sports have often been used as a vehicle to support worthy causes and charities. Locally, this will be the case again when a charity softball tournament will be held on Saturday, June 26, at Elm Park in Williamsport. The worthy cause in this cause is raising funds to defray the medical expenses of Corey Schilling,

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  • Grit: June 11, 1950 – City Recreation Program Will Begin June 190

    Williamsport’s recreational program will open officially for the 1950 season next week. Under the direction of Marshal R. Laird, recreation director, this year’s activities constitute four general programs. They are playground, elementary vacation playtime, tennis and “A Day in the Country.” The city’s 12 playgrounds will open June 19 to children for a 10-week session.

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  • Annual Billtown Blues Festival: Returns To Lycoming County Fairgrounds June 11, 12 and 130

    One of the most missed events that had to give way in 2020 to the COVID-19 pandemic was the annual Billtown Blues Festival held every June at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds. It returns bigger and better than ever this year on June 11, 12, and 13. We at Webb Weekly talked to organizers of the

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  • Cons, Scammers and Everyday Flim-Flammers0

    Are you beyond tired of receiving the following type of calls or messages? Hello, I’m reaching out to you with a great opportunity today, but before I get to that extended warranty package for your car, let me talk to you about a few other things going on that are of the utmost importance. First

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  • Local Company Makes Trailer for US Women’s Open0

    When a customer in California needed a custom-built trailer for the US Women’s Open Golf Championship, they contacted Transport Custom Designs of Montoursville. “Although golf has played a very important role in my life for many years, never did I ever dream I’d actually have an opportunity to provide the golfing world with a very

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  • County Hall Corner: Pity for the Newly Elected Officials0

    The recent Pennsylvania primary election was one of the most unusual in modern history for a number of reasons. The biggest was the constitutional amendments that were proposed (and which all passed), but also the wide scale insurgence against local officials, particularly for school board directors. The number of candidates running for these positions must

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  • Library to Observe June as Pride Month0

    The James V. Brown Library, 19 E. Fourth St., will observe June as Pride Month throughout the building. Pride Month commemorates the Stonewall Riots which took place on June 28, 1969, in response to police raids in the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village New York. The ensuing demonstrations by the LGBTQ community that followed marked

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  • Williamsport Sun: June 4, 1941 – 300 Workers Launch U.S.O. Campaign for $10,000 County Quota0

    Three hundred enthusiastic volunteer workers joined last night in launching the Lycoming County campaign for $10,000 for the religious, recreational, and social welfare of American youth now training in U.S. Army camps or concentrated in defense industrial centers. They attended a “Dutch treat” dinner at the Y.W.C.A where the county chapter of the United Service

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