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

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  • Webb Weekly Great American Cookout Giveaway

    Webb Weekly Great American Cookout Giveaway0

    Thank you to all that made our Webb Weekly Great American Cookout Giveaway the summer fun contest for a great cause it was intended to be. I couldn’t believe the number of folks that actually brought their entry forms into our Webb Weekly office. It was great to meet and greet some of our readers.

  • 149th Lycoming County Fair Takes Place July 10 to 200

    Expanded activities in the Amelia Earhart Kids Fun Way, a one-day Country Music Festival and the usual array of motor-related events such as a Demolition Derby, tractor pulls and all kinds of other interesting free and paid entertainment will highlight this year’s 149th Lycoming County Fair at the fairgrounds in Hughesville from July 10 to

  • Gazette and Bulletin: July 8, 1949 – City Youngsters May Get to Swim at ‘Sock’ Beach0

    Swimming facilities for the children of Williamsport will be made available today, despite the closing of the Memorial Park beach. A school bus will carry 50 children to the Sportsmen’s Memorial Park on the Loyalsock today. Arrangements have been made since the closing of the swimming area of Lycoming Creek because of contamination. The bus

  • Lycoming County Special Olympics Events for July0

    Two fundraising events and the annual picnic are planned to take place in July for Special Olympics. Both fundraising events are scheduled to take place on July 21, with the picnic scheduled to be held on July 28. The first event, the 2nd Annual Swimming For Special Olympics, will be held on July 21 at

  • The Bookworm Sez “Ohio” by Stephen Markley0

    That kid you knew in high school – the one so far out of your clique? You thought about him the other day, nothing important. A few of his friends were your friends but mostly, he was just some kid. Still, the memory of him popped into your head and you wondered what ever happened

  • Summertime0

    It’s all but mid-July and the lazy-hazy-crazy days of summer are upon us. It seemed like Mother Nature took her sweet time getting around to summer weather, but it appears to be here finally. So how are you spending your summer? Since I don’t have a pool or really know anyone who does, I’m looking

  • Andrea’s Country Home Cookin: Those Hot Summer Nights

    Andrea’s Country Home Cookin: Those Hot Summer Nights0

    There is just something magical that happens on summer nights. All the lightning bugs twinkling in the trees, a crackling campfire, a clear night sky, coyotes howling off in the distance, and friends gathered outside just to take it all in. It’s just the best. My favorite summer evenings are when we gather with our

  • County Hall Corner: Broadening the Broadband0

    The study of history is not as appreciated as it once was, but there are some important lessons to be learned from the past. One of these is from the process of economic development in the rural areas of the United States that took place in the early to middle part of the 20th century.

  • Community Arts Center 2019-2020 Season Announcement!0

    The Community Arts Center proudly presents its 26th Season! Nearly one and half million guests have enjoyed events at the Community Arts Center since the spectacular re-opening in 1993, and millions more are on the way. Making sure that there is something for every taste and every age has become a Community Arts Center hallmark.

  • The “Snake Whisperer”

    The “Snake Whisperer”0

    Last week a couple of neighborhood boys were at their grandmother’s house when she summoned me to come over and remove a large black rat snake crawling next to her house. The nearly six-foot-long snake was less than pleased when I picked it up, but in a short time it calmed down when it realized

  • Denim Shorts in Your 30s & 40s0

    We are in the full swing of summer with hot, muggy days and weekends packed with activities. Whether you’re camping, running kids to Little League games, or knee-deep in home projects, chances are you have at least one pair of summer jean shorts that are mostly functional. Once you hit your 30s and 40s, chances

  • The Roving Sportsman… “Whitetails”0

    There is probably no other single word in the English language that will conjure up so much daydreaming and conversation among fellow hunters than the word “whitetails!” While there are certainly many avid turkey, bear, upland game and waterfowl hunters from coast to coast, the majority spend more time talking about whitetails than any other

  • Our Rose Valley Walleye

    Our Rose Valley Walleye0

    I reached out to a friend of mine and asked if he’s been doing any fishing. No. I’m way too busy man but let’s give it a try sometime. Anything going on Friday? SCORE. We made plans to meet up at the East boat launch before the sunrise. Rose Valley Lake is the largest body

  • Cutters Dominican Dinner Returns July 29 – Dominican Players & Teammates to Serve0

    The Williamsport Crosscutters have teamed up with A.C.E.S. North America in announcing the 6th Annual Dominican Plate – An Evening of Dominican Dining and Entertainment with the Cutters. The event will be held on Monday, July 29 in the Grand Ballroom of the Genetti Hotel, 200 W. Fourth St., Williamsport. Doors open at 5:30pm with

  • Beautifying Bowman0

    When the 2019 version of the Williamsport Crosscutters emerged from the locker room donning their sparkling white home uniforms to meet the local media for the first time before the season began in mid-June, the day was warm, the sky blue and no moisture was falling from the sky. It was almost a perfect day

  • Nominations for Women of Excellence are Open0

    The YWCA Northcentral PA is accepting nominations for the 11th annual Women of Excellence tribute. Over the past decade, women from across Lycoming County have been honored for their dedication to our community through their acts of service. This celebration is a time to recognize the female leaders who give so much of themselves each

  • Lycoming Motors0

    Those of us living in the Williamsport area are well aware of the manufacturer Textron, and before that Avco, on Oliver Street in the city. Avco was a major employer in Lycoming County and employed over 1,000 people. But did you know that same company in 1927 employed over 2,500 people and was known as

  • An All-American Celebration of Freedom0

    Happy Fourth of July America! It seems like only yesterday I was downtown for the Bicentennial Parade. Wow, where have those 43 years gone? As you celebrate everything that is the United States of America on our 243rd Independence Day, please take a moment to reflect and give thanks. Take a knee for the only

  • Winner, Winner And a Chicken Dinner!

    Winner, Winner And a Chicken Dinner!0

    The results are in and we have a winner for our Great American Cookout, Summer Prize Pack Giveaway! Congratulations to Phyllis Maietta from Loyalsock! She won an amazing Holland Grill from Lycoming Lawn and Garden, and $50 gift cards to Rupert’s Specialty Meats, Tony’s Deli and Frosty Beverage! Everything she needs to have an amazing

  • Gazette and Bulletin: July 6, 1936 – 4,000 at Festival of Music0

    An attentive and enthusiastic crowd estimated at over 4,000 gathered in Brandon Park last evening at the Community Music Festival sponsored by the Adult Education Division of the Works Progress Administration. Musical groups of this city and surrounding communities combined to give the people of Williamsport an entertaining and artistic program upon which much time


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