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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Second Annual Dance the Night Away with Hope: Set for May 40

    If you would enjoy a local version of “Dancing With the Stars,” and at the same time, support a worthy cause, then you might be interested in attending and supporting the Second Annual “Dance the Night Away.” The event, which benefits Hope Enterprise, to be held on Friday, May 4 at the Genetti Hotel. Modeled

  • The Roving Sportsman: There is a Saying…0

    There is a saying that is often passed among fellow turkey hunters that “If you can’t kill a turkey, save a turkey!” It sounds a bit odd, but it has genuine merit when you realize what it means. There are times when one is spring gobbler hunting that something that comes to your calling is

  • Let’s Have a Crappie Time

    Let’s Have a Crappie Time0

    Believe me; I’m not suggesting that anyone have a bad or crappy time but rather now is the time to begin your search for some good crappie fishing. I know it’s the beginning of trout season, and I have been putting my share of time on the trout streams as well, but I’ve also been

  • Newberry Lions Fair to be Held Through May 5th Outside Bowman Field0

    For more than 75 years, the Newberry Lions Fair has been one of the most anticipated fun, carnival-type events in the area. This longtime favorite is taking place again this year from May 1 to 5 outside Bowman Field. The Newberry Lions Club was organized and chartered on March 10, 1942, by International Association of

  • Budgeting Tips for a Healthier Lifestyle

    Budgeting Tips for a Healthier Lifestyle0

    From the cost of gym memberships to prepping healthier meals, living well can be expensive. Before you abandon your goals for a healthier lifestyle, consider these tips that show you don’t have to overspend to live a better life. Plan Your Meals An impromptu visit to the grocery store inevitably ends up costing more than

  • South Williamsport Student Raises Funds for Comfort Totes for Cancer Patients

    South Williamsport Student Raises Funds for Comfort Totes for Cancer Patients0

    Hunter Corbin, a South Williamsport Area High School senior, recently completed a community service project through his political science class through which he raised funds to purchase and fill eight totes with comfort items for patients receiving cancer treatment at UPMC Susquehanna. Pictured from left: Laurie King, social worker at UPMC Susquehanna Cancer Center, Tricia

  • Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow0

    It’s possible my husband wept when we sold our 11-year-old Jeep recently. I’m not sure if it was because he regrets no longer having third-row seating or because he misses the French fries that the new owners will surely find beneath said seating. At any rate, he had what could only be described as an

  • Susquehanna Trailways LLC Promo Night: “Iconic Israel”0

    Susquehanna Trailways invites you to attend a Promotional Night to be held on Tuesday, May 15th, 2018 to learn more about “Iconic Israel” in conjunction with Collette. Join us as we explore Israel from April 10-19, 2019, an ancient land rich in tradition and home to some of the world’s most important historic treasures. Follow

  • My Good Walk Spoiled0

    SANDBAGGER 1. Someone who disguises a strength or skill in order to gain a competitive edge. 2. A sneaky hustler who deliberately plays well below his abilities just to position himself in a future event. 3. A desperate cheater who posts bogus scores to secure a favorable handicap. I am smack dab in the middle

  • Packing Up the Family0

    It’s that time of year again — Family Vacation! Whether you’re hitting the open road in an RV or flying down to Disney World, chances are that getting everyone packed will be a challenge. It’s usually up to Mom to get everybody organized, but no matter who’s in charge of what on the vacation “to

  • Who Says You Don’t Learn Anything in Kindergarten?0

    Lest anyone think that a significant mentor can’t enter your life early on, I’ve got other thoughts on that and wanted to share someone who was very influential to me at a tender age. How young? How about kindergarten? I was blessed to have the one, and only Mrs. Sipe lead the way in the

  • Secrets for a Well-Maintained Lawn

    Secrets for a Well-Maintained Lawn0

    Growing a healthy, appealing lawn isn’t about doing one thing right; it’s about doing a combination of things right. Different aspects of lawn maintenance, whether it’s watering, fertilizing or mowing, are interrelated. If you complete one task incorrectly — or skip it entirely — you may increase problems with insects, diseases and weeds. To help

  • 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

  • Perfection Demands Attention as Waltman Continues Unreal Start to the Season0

    It isn’t often a writer gets a chance to double-down on a column, but perfection in sports demands that kind of attention. Any seam head, whether it’s softball or baseball, knows the importance of a perfect game. It’s rarer than most accomplishments in sports, other than maybe a 21-pitch at-bat. (It just happened in the

  • Grit May 2, 1971: Last Passenger Train Late for its Funeral0

    Compiled by Lou Hunsinger Jr. The last passenger train through Williamsport was 50 minutes late for its own funeral. The mourners all arrived in plenty of time for the 3:09 p.m. service Friday. There were many kids oblivious to what they were witnessing. There were their parents, who thought so highly of the event as

  • Festive Fiesta Flavors: Serve up some spice with fun party dishes

    Festive Fiesta Flavors: Serve up some spice with fun party dishes0

    Make your next fiesta one to remember with colorful decor, festive touches and, perhaps most importantly, unique and mouthwatering recipes that bring guests back for seconds. To achieve the ideal flavors of a fiesta done right, try bringing something new to the table with recipes like these party-pleasing Tortilla Pizzas for a special main dish,

  • Media Use Rules Can Benefit Families

    Media Use Rules Can Benefit Families0

    Families spend more time staring at screens than ever before. Thanks to smartphones, tablets, laptops, televisions, and video games, the average person is exposed to various media throughout a typical day. It can be easy to get swept away and spend much more time staring at screens than is healthy. Screen time can adversely affect

  • Walk MS to be Held at Penn College: Saturday, May 5, 20180

    More than 300 people are expected to raise more than $20,000 at Walk MS: Williamsport on Saturday, May 5, at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Walk MS is an opportunity for people to come together with friends, loved ones, and co-workers to fundraise, connect, and advocate for people affected by MS. Each dollar raised is one

  • Williamsport Symphony Orchestra — Musical Picture0

    The Williamsport Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Gerardo Edelstein, presents its season finale concert — Musical Pictures — May 15, 2018, at 7:30 pm at the Community Arts Center, Williamsport. The program features pianist Francisco Montero performing Keith Emerson’s Piano Concerto No. 1. A founding member of the progressive rock supergroup Emerson, Lake

  • Closing Thoughts for April0

    Happy Spring! Yes, I know the official beginning of the season of rebirth was several weeks ago. However, the weather has been more like December than April soon to be May. I appreciate that every day is a blessing and obviously we can’t change the weather. What a problematic spring sports season on all our


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