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  • Montoursville Konkle Library April Book Sale0

    Whole New Reason to Celebrate Spring! The Friends of W. B. Memorial Konkle Library in Montoursville are hosting their Spring Used Book Sale on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 8, 9, & 10th. It’s time to restock and refresh your shelves from the long winter to get ready for summer reading and to support the

  • The Legend of CI

    The Legend of CI0

    1,267 games. A State Record 1,066 wins. Twenty-four District IV Championships. Thirty League Titles. Thirty-eight 20-win seasons. His teams have won more than 85% of their games. And now Coach Ron Insinger has a State Championship to add to his already impressive resume. Where do I begin? Congratulations to my old friend for finally pulling

  • Happy Easter!

    Happy Easter!0

    Hey y’all! I’m so excited for Easter this weekend! I have always loved putting together Easter baskets and can’t wait to put together some Easter surprises this year! But before I get too far into my Easter fun, let’s get to the good stuff! We have the winners in our First Annual Webb Weekly Easter

  • Create a Pet-Friendly Home This Holiday Season0

    • December 9, 2020

    This year, holiday gatherings may look different than celebrations in years past. With traditions and large gatherings up in the air, pet parents can take some comfort in knowing they can still celebrate with their pets. Before the festivities begin, however, it’s important for pet parents to ensure their homes are as pet-friendly as possible.

  • Normal?0

    Simply put, I don’t care who you voted for or if you even voted. That is your business, and the less we all fret and fume over the outcome of the election, a better frame of mind we can enjoy can be realized. But there is one thing I hope you will take some time

  • An Unbelievable Fishing Story

    An Unbelievable Fishing Story0

    The other Sunday, I wanted to go fishing. The creeks needed some water, so I headed to the mighty Susquehanna. I stopped at Wegmans with my kayak strapped above. I grabbed a quick coffee and ran into a few chums. They asked where I was going, and I simply pointed to the Market Street Bridge.

  • Making Sense out of Chaos0

    I had an epiphany recently while having coffee with a friend. We were discussing why some people were successful at work and family and others were self-destructive, and tended to fall back into negative habits. Why some were kind and others were cruel. This was a complicated topic, no doubt, and I am certainly not

  • Finding Motivation0

    Whether it is working out, washing the dishes, or just plain getting out of bed some days, all of us struggle to find motivation from time-to-time. According to Liz Huber, writer for the online business publication, “The Startup,” there are eight reasons we sometimes lack motivation. • Lack of a strong reason ‘Why.’ • An

  • Two Sides Stubborn0

    Two of summer’s ‘old wives’ tales’ proclaim ‘the corn is knee-high by the Fourth of July’ and ‘the MLB teams in first place on the nation’s birthday will be there at the end of the season.’ The corn may make it, but you can forget the other. After all too many months of haggling, MLB

  • New Digs in Muncy0

    Now that the traffic signal flickering above Lycoming County is operating under Governor Wolf’s green light much of the population will be out & about much more enjoying both the ‘new normal’ and the most welcomed warmer weather. Should you decide to hop in the car and take a drive; here’s is a destination you

  • Old Skins0

    Last week I wrote about new wine based on something Jesus said in Matthew 9:17. If you didn’t have a chance to read that article, you can dig it out of your overflowing recycling bin or you can find previous editions online at This week, I would like to continue that conversation by writing

  • Obstacles and Fuzzy Math0

    I swung by to catch up with a few retired chums. It was totally random and unannounced. We sipped coffee, talked some hoops, and inquired about direct flights to Charlotte. It was a very interesting conversation. It always is. I love hearing from my older and wiser friends. I simply missed them. One who I

  • Holiday Hostess Gifts0

    From festive ugly-sweater parties to family gatherings, the holiday season is a time to be with your nearest and dearest — and that will likely take place at someone’s home. While a gift for your host isn’t a requirement, it is good-guest behavior that’s sure to land you on the ‘Nice List.’ In honor of

  • Holiday Gifts for Four-Legged Family Members

    Holiday Gifts for Four-Legged Family Members0

    Holiday shoppers who are busy making lists and checking them twice should make sure they don’t overlook the family pet. Christmas has gone to the cats and dogs, as a greater number of people include their companion animals when selecting gifts each year. A study by OnePoll conducted by, the nation’s largest network of

  • A Holistic Approach to Aging Well0

    I’ll be honest, ever since I turned 40 (it was a while ago), I have days where I feel like my body is falling apart and I just want to stay in bed. My back aches, my knees sound like sand paper, and my hip simply does not want to bend. Couple that with weight

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Where the Lost Dogs Go: A Story of Love, search, and the Power of Reunion” by Susannah Charleson

    The Bookworm Sez: “Where the Lost Dogs Go: A Story of Love, search, and the Power of Reunion” by Susannah Charleson0

    The panic can’t be described. Your dog is missing. How did he get out? Where did she go? Most importantly, where is he now and how can you ever hope to find him? Do you run outside, call the neighbors, call her name? That panic is horrible, so be prepared by reading “Where the Lost

  • 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

  • YesterShoppe! to be Held at the Taber Museum on Saturday, June 8 & Sunday, June 9, 20190

    The old adage ‘One man’s trash is another man’s treasure’ is certainly true when one visits the YesterShoppe! indoor yard sale at the Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society on Saturday, June 8, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. and on Sunday, June 9, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. YesterShoppe!

  • Risen Grace: Taken By Passion, Part II0

    In the next part of William Booth’s Vision of the Lost, he focuses his attention on the people who had been rescued from the angry sea. What he sees is a strong indictment against Christians who are self-absorbed instead of being mission focused. This is hard to read because it hits too close to home

  • Cutters Announce 2019 Promotions: Local Legends Bobblehead Series Highlight Schedule0

    The Williamsport Crosscutters have released their full promotional schedule in advance of the 2019 season, presented by UPMC, which opens on June 14. Fireworks return in a big way with a record total of nine shows during the 2019 campaign. Friday Night Fireworks will light up the sky on June 14 & 21, July 5, 12, 19

  • 30th Annual Mifflinburg Christkindl Market Takes Place December 13 to 150

    One of this area’s most notable and interesting Christmas-related events takes place for the 30th time in Mifflinburg when the Christkindl Market takes place from December 13 to 15. The largest winter festival in the Susquehanna River Valley, the three-day Mifflinburg Christkindl Market, will open Thursday, Dec. 13. The outdoor, authentic, German Christmas Market attracts

  • Gonna Hitch a Ride0

    • Arts
    • October 10, 2018

    Several weeks ago I experienced the ride of my life. Or, I should say “rides” of my life, as I dared myself to get up early on a Sunday and hitchhike as far as I comfortably could. Then try to return home (in one piece) within 24 hours using just my thumb. I’m sure your

  • It’s Been a Rough Summer0

    It’s no secret. I am a huge fan of Lycoming County. There is nothing but love for my gorgeous neighborhood. North Central Pennsylvania is the bomb, and it is home to many treasures. We live in an area with such amazing beauty. Fishing has always been a passion, and I take full advantage of what

  • A Summertime Staple0

    My son and I had a great conversation here recently. The nine-year-old was proudly telling me all about the first few days of his basketball camp. Jensen was having a blast, and he explained everything that took place in that little gym. We talked free throws, hotshot competitions, full-court dribbling, and no-look passes for an

  • If You Can’t Stand Up, You Can Still Stand Out, Part 20

    • June 13, 2018

    Last week I told you about an assignment I gave my creative writing students. They were to finish a hypothetical story about a shy man pursuing a young bank teller, but he suddenly finds out she is handicapped and relegated to a wheelchair. Would Walter be wonderful and look past her deficiency and make Janet

  • The Power of the Media…

    The Power of the Media…0

    In a time when the media is taking a beating — being accused of being ‘fake,’ and often slanting to the left or right for their own benefit, it’s very existence threatened, let’s take a minute and put it to good use. No other print news in the area has the coverage that Webb Weekly

  • Autism Awareness Fundraisers Benefit Hope Enterprises

    Autism Awareness Fundraisers Benefit Hope Enterprises0

    • April 25, 2018

    Hope Enterprises, a non-profit provider of services for individuals with developmental disabilities in Lycoming, Clinton, Northumberland, Columbia, Montour, Snyder, and Union counties, is benefitting from two area fundraising activities in April, National Autism Awareness Month. The first is the sale of a locally designed and produced tote promoting autism awareness. Created by area business Equinox

  • Just Don’t Ask for a High Chair and Bib0

    Americans are obsessed with diets and food intake. The average man needs a balanced mix of nutritious food that totals 2,500 calories per day. Athletes need more. Special issues such as thyroid or illness may dictate otherwise. But I’ve got a secret that will save you money, treat you to less carb intake, and is

  • Staying Active in Senior Years0

    We all know the importance of staying active as we age. Exercising not only keeps your weight down, but also boosts immunity and mood, and has been shown to promote heart health, delay or prevent osteoporosis and even prevent some types of cancer. Exercise is also a social activity. A water aerobics class gives the

  • Brain-Healthy Habits to Embrace0

    Cognitive decline is a condition that is often associated with aging, but even middle-aged people can experience memory loss or cognition issues. The Alzheimer’s Association says that more than five million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. By 2050, that number could rise to as high as 16 million people. More than

  • Insinger and Ross Make History on a Special Day for Loyalsock Basketball

    Insinger and Ross Make History on a Special Day for Loyalsock Basketball0

    Loyalsock’s Ron “CI” Insinger Gymnasium is usually buzzing with activity, but it was unusually full last Saturday as the Lancers took on Athens in the middle of the afternoon. Balloons hung from the railing lining the top of the gym, and a larger than usual student section filled in the bleachers in the far corner.

  • Operation Christmas Child Takes Place November 13-200

    The highly successful program to make the lives of children overseas have a brighter Christmas, known as “Operation Christmas Child,” will be collecting shoeboxes filled with toys, hygiene products, and school supplies, the week of November 13 to 20. Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritan’s Purse collecting and distributing shoeboxes to 110 different

  • President’s Day Positivity0

    I received a phone call from a nice lady this past week who enjoyed reading my column. She asked if possible could I stay positive about President Obama. Maybe talk about the good things he is doing. My reply was I would do my best. I always listen and try to provide Webb Weekly readers


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