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

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  • County Hall Corner: Quiet Leadership0

    At the Webb Weekly Christmas Dinner in 2015, Jim Webb Jr. took me aside and said, “Larry, we really like your Leader in Our Neighborhood features, but we would love for you to write more.” I responded, “Sure, but what ‘more’ do you have in mind?” After a number of weeks exploring the pros and

  • This Week’s LION: Mike Sherman – Soccer Visionary0

    Soccer has been continually growing in popularity among young people, and one of the reasons may be people like Mike Sherman. A native of Watsontown, Mike played high school soccer at Warrior Run High School, and then went on to play for Penn State-Hazelton, where he made All-Conference as a forward. Going to main campus

  • County Hall Corner: Nothing Happened0

    A rule in the journalistic world is that if it bleeds, it leads. Truth be told, the more sensational, the more likely the public will want to hear it and read about it. Webb Weekly is a different kind of newspaper in that it actually believes that many people like to read about ‘good’ things

  • A Lesson in Leadership0

    A very basic rule in business is that managers manage and leaders lead. Both are important. Every company, large or small, lives or dies on how well those in management are able to get the most out of whatever resource they manage. However, this is all based on maintaining a status quo. What happens, though,

  • County Hall Corner: A Pledge and a Prayer0

    According to group psychologists, every organization has a certain number of habits, rituals, and practices that define it. These form the organization’s particular “culture.” In the most basic way, it says to those on the outside, “this is how we do things around here.” This culture becomes apparent when newcomers walk into the weekly meeting

  • County Hall Corner: A Long Journey in the Right Direction0

    It was in mid-September of 2014 that Lycoming County Judge Nancy Butts held an open meeting for interested citizens at the Community Arts Center in Williamsport to talk about the drug problem Judge Butts had set up the Lycoming County Drug Court in 1998, but after a decade and a half of only seeing more

  • County Hall Corner: School Vigilance, Part 30

    This article will conclude our three-part series on addressing the current crisis in school shootings and how Lycoming County is doing everything possible to prevent it from happening here. The first two installments featured the Juvenile Probation Department with Brian Pick and an example of school support with the East Lycoming Area High School and

  • County Hall Corner: School Vigilance, Part 20

    The recent rise in school shootings has had a fall out in many dimensions. Homeschooling has taken a sharp rise. Even churches are initiating or upgrading their security measures. In Lycoming County, there is a strong network that is manning the front lines against such troubles in our schools. Last week we featured Brian Pick,