- February 8, 2023
A $40,000 blaze damaged the interior of the new American Legion Post Home at 1685 Broad Street, Montoursville, early this morning. The Willing Hand Hose Company arrived at the blaze at 5:58 a.m. Fifty-two volunteer firemen, headed by Chief Carl A. Bower, and two pumpers responded to the alarm this morning at the Legion Home.
The spotlight in the Williamsport area has suddenly shifted from the civic arena to a place more than 1,000 miles away. Throughout the area—on street corners, in buses, in homes, in businesses, in the stores, one word can be heard again and again — “Cuba.” The crisis has become the topic of conversation in every
The Park Hotel yesterday afternoon was invaded by the greatest number of midgets ever seen in Williamsport at one time. There were 30 of the little people and they were gathered together from all parts of the world. Among them were a Mexican and a Javanese. The party and their manager arrived on the noon
A wave of common colds — and in some cases severe virus — have struck the Williamsport area, but local health and school officials report the community remains free of Asian influenza. Absenteeism in schools throughout the count is reported high. The Williamsport School District is counting on a shots-for-teachers program in the hope of