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

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  • Jackson Primary School Receives $6,500 Grant From Choose Kindness Foundation0

    Jackson Primary School was awarded a $6,500 grant from the Choose Kindness Foundation to begin a year-long, building-wide effort to promote and celebrate a welcoming, inclusive and caring school environment. The grant was awarded based on the kindergarten to third-grade school having already demonstrated results in its ability to cultivate and nurture pro-social behaviors for

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  • Library Offers Back-to-School Resources0

    As the first day of school approaches, is your child prepared for the academic year? Libraries across Pennsylvania grow students’ school readiness, social, cognitive and emotional skills. The James V. Brown Library, 19 E. Fourth St., offers year-round story times and early literacy programs to help preschoolers with transitioning. The Brown Library’s children’s department can

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  • Bellomo and Bevacqua win the 2021 Gilson Snow Beast Challenge

    Bellomo and Bevacqua win the 2021 Gilson Snow Beast Challenge0

    Gilson, a Winfield, PA company that designs and builds snowboards and skis, recently hosted their Summer Snow Day festival. The event is held annually at the facility grounds, affectionately known as the Snowboard Farm. The festival’s goal is to put together the area’s biggest and most fun, free event of the summer. “It’s our way

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  • Williamsport Sun: August 23, 1932 – City Unemployed Registered for Basis of Relief0

    Unemployed and needy persons who registered yesterday as family heads totaled 3,147. They registered yesterday at the city’s grade schools.  Information those persons gave in their registration showed that they had 1,700 dependents.  The figure 3,147 does not represent that number of wholly unemployed persons in the city as the total also includes men and

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  • County Hall Corner: Common Sense Census0

    The initial figures have finally been released for the 2020 Census. Over the next few months, more data will be coming out, but these first statistics have some interesting items of interest. In 2020, 331 million people lived in the United States, and the population is growing, however it is the lowest recorded annual growth

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  • Gabe Stillman’s Upcoming Release Set to Make an Impression0

    “Just Say the Word”, the upcoming first full length release by Williamsport based, Gabe Stillman, has debuted at #8 on the weekly Roots Music Report on the Contemporary Blues Chart and #12 overall. His song from the release, “Out Of Time”, debuted at #15. Stillman’s work has also been noticed on the international scene with

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  • Boxing in the Park: Outdoor Boxing Bouts At Elm Park, Saturday, August 280

    The Williamsport area has a long and varied boxing heritage. There have been several local boxers who had some public notice beginning with Otto Schliebener, who boxed under the name “Dailey,” who fought and was knocked out in 1913 by future heavyweight champion Jess Willard, two years before Willard became heavyweight champion by defeating the

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  • Sixth Annual Rally For Recovery To Take Place Saturday, August 280

    The scourge of substance abuse is one of the great problems that plague society, and when an individual triumphs and overcomes this scourge, it is time for celebration. This is the idea behind the Advocates for A Drug-Free Tomorrow’s Sixth Annual Rally for Recovery that will take place this Saturday, August 28, in Clinton County

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  • New Food Hub Campaign Kickoff0

    The New Love Center continues to work every day to fight and end hunger as it exists in the regions it serves. With six active and regularly scheduled programs, each tailored to address a particular segment of the population, the Center donates 5263 pounds of food every month. This is especially relevant now as the

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  • Annual Little League World Series Carries on Amid Unusual Circumstances0

    Last year the millions of fans of the annual Little League World Series felt an aching void when it was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year the shadow of that pandemic still hangs over the LLWS, but the annual classic is returning anyway — in a revised form. The Little League World Series

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  • Central Pennsylvania Chapter of Wreaths Across America Seeking Funds for Wreaths0

    Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, the mission to Remember, Honor and Teach is carried out by coordinating wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery and at more than 2,100 additional locations in all 50 U.S. states at sea and abroad. The local Central Pennsylvania Chapter of Wreaths Across America is hard at work

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  • Montoursville Konkle Library Dog Days of Summer Used Book Sale

    Montoursville Konkle Library Dog Days of Summer Used Book Sale0

    The Friends of W. B. Konkle Memorial Library in Montoursville are hosting their Dog Days of SUMMER Used Book Sales on Saturday, August 21st. We all like to relax and get away in a good book, whether it is on the Beach or your back patio. It’s time to refresh your stacks of books and

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