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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Williamsport Sun-Gazette: August 28, 1967 -West Tokyo Series Champs0

    West Tokyo did what no one but the Japanese thought they could do, win the Little League World Series, But much to the surprise of the more than 27,000 fans, West Tokyo won the 1967 classic Saturday at Howard J. Lamade Memorial Field 6-1 over Chicago, Illinois.  In winning the world championship for 11 and

  • County Hall Corner: Stepping in the Leadership0

    The Lycoming County Commissioners met on Tuesday, August 11th and announced they were not holding public meetings for the next two weeks to participate in County Commissioners of Pennsylvania training sessions. This particular meeting had a very long agenda of four pages, whereas a typical agenda would be about two pages. Much of the actions

  • Montoursville Little Leaguers Have Presidential Game of Catch

    Montoursville Little Leaguers Have Presidential Game of Catch0

    Between 2001 and 2008, 20 t-ball games involving youngsters from all over America, including several teams from military installations, and from the Challenger Division of Little League Baseball, were held on the South Lawn of the White House under the auspices of President George W. Bush and Little League Baseball International Inc. These games celebrated

  • County Hall Corner: Our World After COVID0

    In my lifetime, I have seen our country go through race riots, campus riots, assassinations, foreign wars, presidential impeachments, inflation, recession, epidemics, bank failures, stock market crashes, technology explosions, terrorist attacks, etc., etc., etc. And amazingly, after these crises came, they also went, and life went on. It is helpful to keep this in mind

  • This Week’s LION: Scammer Stoppers0

    Sheriff Mark Lusk announced at the Lycoming County Commissioners Meeting on Tuesday, August 4th, to bring attention to a recent rise in an ongoing racket that has plagued our area — phone scammers. These professional deceivers call individuals at home, at work, or on their personal cell phones, and introduce themselves, saying, “I am with

  • Gazette and Bulletin: August 15, 1945 – Japs Surrender! Most Exciting Demonstration Never Excelled in Williamsport0

    Thousands stormed the business district of Williamsport last night as they joyously celebrated the surrender of the Japs. President Truman’s official announcement of peace given by radio at 6 p.m. Eastern War Time set off a demonstration never excelled in this city and probably only equaled by the jubilation which followed the signing of the

  • The Old Fashion Way to Shop Modern

    The Old Fashion Way to Shop Modern0

    Victoria’s Secret is out and its bye-bye Lycoming Mall. The boudoir style lingerie retailer recently announced that it is closing 235 stores across the country, including the Pennsdale location. Women banishing bras or passing on peignoirs is not the reason for the closures. The reason? Online shopping. Bath & Body Works will also be shuttering

  • Williamsport’s Special Response Team An Effective Element In Area Law Enforcement’s Toolbox0

    For 30 years, the Williamsport Police Department/Lycoming County Special Response Team (SRT) has been aiding area law enforcement agencies, including themselves, in various unusual, challenging, dangerous, and serious incidents. They have been a vital part of area law enforcement’s flexibility to deal with these types of incidents and situations. According to Williamsport Police Officer Jeremy

  • County Hall Corner: The Thin Blue Line0

    In the past couple of months, there have been serious public disturbances resulting in riots and numerous acts of public violence throughout the United States. Williamsport had very peaceful demonstrations, but there was trouble brewing. On July 18th, Williamsport could easily have become yet another community to add to this disintegration of law and order

  • Gazette and Bulletin: August 1, 1931 – Williamsport Gains Victory Athletics Lose to Grays by Score of 11-70

    As far as the Williamsport Grays are concerned the supremacy of the Philadelphia Athletics is confined to the major leagues. Before a crowd of 7,611 paid customers, the largest to ever witness a game in this city, the Grays stopped the world champions 11-7 at Bowman Field yesterday afternoon.  Connie Mack kept Mickey Cochrane, Jimmy

  • City Police K9 Program in Full Swing

    City Police K9 Program in Full Swing0

    Due to the generous donations, the largest of which was $43,000 made by Greg Ciocca on behalf of Ciocca Toyota dealerships, the first K9 unit in many years has been working the streets of Williamsport. The generous donation enabled the Williamsport Bureau of Police (WBP) to send Police Officer Tyson Minier and his four-legged partner,

  • Gazette and Bulletin: July 30, 1937 – Over One Thousand Attracted by Baby Parade0

    Over one thousand persons witnessed the annual Baby Parade conducted last night as the feature of the second evening’s program for the Lycoming Presbyterian Church festival in Newberry. Gathered along the course of the parade, from Diamond Square to Arch Street on West Fourth Street then south to the church, the group witnessed a parade