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

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  • County Hall Corner: Law Library for All0

    Law libraries were established in the United States before there was even a United States. Even though the first colleges in Colonial America were founded primarily for religious purposes, they also quickly realized that preparing men to practice law was a necessity for the developing nation. To practice law means to understand and know it,

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  • County Hall Corner: Goodbye to a Wonderful Warden0

    Retirement is often a bittersweet event. In one sense, it is joyous for an individual who has labored for decades in worthwhile service to an organization to be rewarded, but it is also sad for the colleagues to know that this individual will no longer be around. That emotion was in full swing at the

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  • County Hall Corner: Planting a Tree0

    Arbor Day, April 27th, came and went, and probably only one out of a hundred people knew of it, and probably only one out of that number celebrated the event. The idea of planting trees might not seem glamorous, but Williamsport built its reputation as the “Lumber Capital of the World,” and had not those

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  • County Hall Corner: Off the Record0

    I recently met a man who was reviewing all the County Commissioners Meetings through the previous year and he noted that my name often came up. To be able to write this column, I attend the weekly Tuesday morning County Commissioner Work Session and their Regular Meeting held on Thursday mornings. During the Public Comments

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  • County Hall Corner: Cabinet in Your Community0

    A unique event is going to be held in Lycoming County on April 30th at 1:30 PM at the Mary Welch Theater of Lycoming College, 605 Mulberry Street in Williamsport. Six members of Governor Wolf’s cabinet: Jessica Altman, Insurance Commissioner; Dennis Davin, Secretary of Community and Economic Development; Cindy Dunn, Secretary of Conservation and Natural

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  • County Hall Corner: The Need to Read0

    Baby Boomers came into a world that was completely different than their parents who suffered through the Great Depression and World War II. Travel became easier as automobiles became more affordable and the road system improved. Home entertainment became possible with television and radio. One of the unfortunate side effects of these new experiences was

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