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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Spooky Jewelry & Accessories0

    Halloween is upon us, and even if you’re not much into costumes, you can still have seasonal fun by incorporating themed jewelry and accessories in your everyday looks as you count down to trick-or-treat. Sure, when you think of Halloween accessories, you may jump to plastic spider rings and a witch’s hat. But, as Halloween

  • Common Sense Election Protection1

    A week doesn’t go by without me considering stopping by Lycoming County Voter Services and changing my political affiliation to Independent. The very thought that Senator Mitch McConnell is the face of the Republican Party is a good enough reason to change by itself. He is an example of the problem in Washington, not the

  • Counting Candy Contest Continues…0

    We are officially on the second and final week of our Annual Halloween Contest! Just in case you need another reminder on how to participate… Scattered throughout this issue you will find a bunch of little candies spread throughout! All you need to do is count them…easy peasy. Now, take care polar bear — I’ll

  • Preservation Williamsport Presents “Boo From the Porch” Friday, October 220

    Preservation Williamsport has always been noted for its exciting and unique events and fundraisers, and the latest one is no exception. They will be presenting “Boo From the Porch,” a Halloween-themed fundraiser on Friday, October 22, from 5 to 7 p.m. Preservation Williamsport invites you for another stroll down Millionaires Row. It has been two

  • Core Values – Clarity0

    The word clarity is used to describe something that is clear, simple, or precise. If it is something spoken, clarity means that the message has been communicated efficiently and effectively. If it is an object, like a diamond, clarity refers to its ability to allow light to pass through it without obstruction. Both meanings are

  • Buying Used Tupperware in a Stranger’s Yard0

    “You grab first and look later. That’s important.” “This isn’t a tea party; manners just slow you down.” It’s way too early on a Saturday morning to understand the game plan for the next few hours. I’m sleepy, cranky, and badly want a donut, but there’s no time to spare. With our destination in sight,

  • County Hall Corner: Heavy Levee Lifting0

    On Friday, October 8th, US Congressman Fred Keller led a group consisting of the three Lycoming County Commissioners, Williamsport’s mayor, and a number of other local officials along with representatives of the US Army Corps of Engineers and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), to tour the Williamsport Levee. They were all there to do

  • Fall Dress Outfits0

    Eventually, the temperatures will begin to drop, and a dress might be the last thing you reach for when putting together your autumn ensembles, especially if you don’t consider yourself a dress person. However, with the right accessories to pair with your fall dresses, you might start to think otherwise. Styling a dress for fall

  • Moderate Beer Consumption Linked to Good Health (Part 1)0

    As always, this information is intended for education and entertainment purposes only. Consult with your health care team for all things medical. You read that correctly; beer has health benefits. In fact, early strongmen swore by it. World-renowned strongman Arthur Saxon, from the early 1900s, was one of its biggest proponents. Saxon, star of the

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Horse Girls: Recovering, Aspiring, and Devoted Riders Redefine the Iconic Bond,” edited by Halimah Marcus

    The Bookworm Sez: “Horse Girls: Recovering, Aspiring, and Devoted Riders Redefine the Iconic Bond,” edited by Halimah Marcus0

    You were determined not to get bit. But in a totally different meaning of the word, you were equally determined that your horse would accept one. Without a bit in his mouth, he wouldn’t turn, slow down, or stop when you wanted to ride — and of course, as in “Horse Girls,” edited by Halimah

  • Subaru ‘Adopts’ Five Classrooms to Help Support Supply Needs0

    Five teachers at Williamsport Area High School have been able to knock off a few items on their wish list this fall, thanks to Subaru and its partnership with AdoptaClassrorom.org. Nationally, the corporation and its 600 retailers, including Blaise Alexander Subaru, partnered with the educational nonprofit to buy school supplies and other classroom tools as

  • ‘FALL’ing into Great Businesses

    ‘FALL’ing into Great Businesses0

    You all know how much I enjoy going out to eat. You know how much I love fall, and you know that I like to let you all know if I go to a great business in our area. I think it’s so awesome how many great places we have in our county. If you

  • The Roving Sportsman… Options for Using Venison0

    With the statewide archery deer season in full swing and the upcoming junior & senior license holder 3-day antlerless deer season running from Thursday, October 21 through Saturday, October 23 this year, some of Pennsylvania’s deer hunters may be enjoying early-season success. While many of today’s savvy deer hunters already have made plans as to

  • Local Man Writes Treasure Heist Novel 0

    Not many people write novels at the age of 64, but Joe Farley is one of those brave few. He has penned a self-published novel he terms a “treasure heist” — one titled Castillo. He says it is an interesting “modern-day adventure” that takes place in St. Augustine, Florida, the oldest city in the United States.

  • Early Archery Season Success

    Early Archery Season Success0

    In my early archery hunting years, I was quick to hit the woods as soon as the season opened, and often, the weather was relatively warm, the foliage was still heavy, and the rut was not yet underway. I must admit, however, that over the years, my enthusiasm has waned a bit for those first

  • Trey and Alize0

    Two weeks ago, I wrote an article about Williamsport native Treyson Potts. The University of Minnesota stud running back had been tearing it up. This all came to an abrupt end. Potts suffered an undisclosed injury serious enough to keep him hospitalized for six days. The details were very hush-hush, and Coach PJ Fleck talked

  • Playing Sweet Music at Schuyler Stadium0

    Should Muncy ever decide to install a Jukebox at Stanley T. Schuyler Memorial Stadium, chances are the most often played tunes would be “Boys of Fall” and “We Are the Champions.” With two regular-season games to be played (Friday at Homer Center and next week hosting Hughesville), Sean Tetreault’s Indians are seeking to secure their

  • This Week’s LION: Way to Go JPO0

    When someone visits the Lycoming County Court of Common Pleas, it is generally a visit that they would rather not be having. That was not the case on Tuesday, October 5th, when Judge Joy Reynolds McCoy, along with President Judge Nancy Butts, Judge Eric Linhardt, and Judge Ryan Tira, came together to recognize the work

  • UPMC Nurse: Tips for Safe Teenage Drivers0

    Getting your driver’s license is one of the most exciting life experiences for a teenager. While it’s great to have a new sense of freedom, it’s important to remember that driving is a privilege and a huge responsibility. National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 17-23 and is the perfect opportunity for parents to remind

  • Grit: October 22, 1961 – World Trade of 11 Industries Carries City Name Everywhere0

    Altogether all too many people believe it takes a Little League World Series game to get the City of Williamsport known around the world. The truth is that this city’s name, as written, “shipped from Williamsport U.S.A.,” reaches every country on the globe, affecting the lives of people everywhere—thanks to at least 11 Williamsport area


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