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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Easy Dinner Making Tips0

    Now that I’m a mom of two, I’ve had to figure out how to make healthy and yummy dinners with way less time than I use to. So here are some tips I’ve picked up to make cooking dinner at home during the week a little less stressful. Cooking several meals on Sunday has been

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  • Datres, Johnson & Smith0

    Come on now — enough grumbling about the weather. Yes, it’s July, and its beginning has been hot, but just think back several months ago when we were ready to skin Punxsutawney Phil and were cursing the Ides of March and longing for spring’s arrival. You couldn’t tell it by the preponderance of NBA news

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  • I Got What I Wanted. Now What?0

    It must have been over seven years ago that I whined and moaned (using a Webb column as my venting post) that cool, functional, consumer-friendly items weren’t appearing before our very eyes as promised. You know, the flying cars, the interspace shuttles, the automatic kitchens, the rotating windmills in our yards. I mean, even the

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  • Cool Summertime Kitchen Hacks0

    Summer is a time for relaxing, enjoying the outdoors and spending time with family and friends. Yet for some, the warmer months can be hectic and busy, and often go by too quickly. When the little ones have soccer practice and the adults need some alone time by the pool, there isn’t always time to

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  • The Roving Sportsman: Rattlers and Red Squirrels0

    Having grown up in Lycoming County, and spent most of the years of my life roaming its hills and streams, it has been a natural progression to be an avid lover of nature and to enjoy the outdoor sporting opportunities that this wonderful area provides. Through the years, my respect and admiration of all the

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  • A Brief Look at Hunting Seasons and Regulations0

    I’m sure the last thing on anybody’s mind right now is hunting unless, of course, you’re into groundhog hunting. The Pennsylvania Game Commission has come out with some new or changed rulings however that we hunters need to be aware of before the fall seasons get underway. I know, trying to keep up with all

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: July 11, 1933 – Market Square Becomes Bus Transfer Point0

    Market Square, yesterday, was approved by city council as the bus terminal and transfer point of the Williamsport Transportation Company. Following receipt of a letter from A.H. Rush, president of the bus company setting forth several reasons why the bus dispatchers, and bus operators, recommend the use of the space in Market Square for parking

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  • Cutters Carvings 7/11/180

    Cutters Roster Moves July 1 – Announced that Kevin Martir has joined the club as a coach July 2 – 1B Edwin Rodriguez and OF Matt Vierling promoted to Lakewood (A) July 3 – LHP Keylan Killgore added to the Williamsport roster July 4 – Released LHP Orestes Melendez Cutters Partnering with LiveSource for In-Stadium

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  • Cornhole for A Cause0

    There is an old lawn game that’s taking the region by storm. The concept is rather simple. Players take turns throwing bags full of corn. One in the hole secures three points, while a bag on the board gets one. Play continues until a team or player reaches the magic score of 21. Some call

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  • Tips for Safe Summer Travel with Pets0

    With warmer weather, people often spend more time on summer trips with family. These trips can be more enjoyable when your four-legged friends tag along, but it can be less of a vacation if your pets are uncomfortable on the road. “Taking pets out of their homes can induce stress on both the pets and

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  • Savor Your Summer Soirees0

    Main dish options for outdoor entertaining Serving up an outdoor meal is a summertime staple for gatherings of all kinds — barbecues, celebrations, picnics and more. However, with so many options available and different styles for preparing the dishes, it can be a challenge for home chefs to decide what guests will go for. Instead

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  • Negative Social Media Experiences May Have More Impact than Positive Experiences on Depression0

    Negative experiences on social media carry more weight than positive interactions when it comes to the likelihood of young adults reporting depressive symptoms, according to a new University of Pittsburgh analysis. “We found that positive experiences on social media were not related or only very slightly linked to lower depressive symptoms. However, negative experiences were

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  • District 12 Major Baseball Scoreboard (updated 7/6)0

    DISTRICT 12 TOURNAMENT  6/22/18 Keystone 5, Williamsport 1 Montgomery 14, South Williamsport 2 Jersey Shore/GSV 11, Muncy 1 East Lycoming 7, Hepburn 6  6/24/18 Newberry 6, Jersey Shore/GSV 5 (8 innings)  Keystone 6, Loyalsock 5 Montgomery 15, Woolrich 7 Montoursville 10, East Lycoming 0 6/26/18 Loyalsock 13, South 3 (4 innings)  Williamsport 23, Woolrich 0

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  • Johnson tosses another gem to help Keystone defeat Williamsport 4-2 in the D12 Major Baseball Championship0

    By BRETT R. CROSSLEY For the Webb Weekly WILLIAMSPORT—As much as things changed throughout the two-week District 12 Major Baseball Tournament it ultimately stayed the same as the opening round matchup between Keystone and Williamsport ended up being a preview of what would eventually become the Championship.  The  game played out in nearly the same

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  • Abdul-Hakim goes 5 2/3 to help Williamsport pickup an 11-3 win over Montoursville0

    By BRETT R. CROSSLEY For the Webb Weekly WILLIAMSPORT—Cole Shuler extended his arm and made a running catch to make the first out of the fifth inning against Montoursville.  The inning opened in Montoursville’s favor as the first two runners reached base and got into scoring position. Shuler’s grab appeared to save a run, but

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  • Independence Day by the Numbers

    Independence Day by the Numbers0

    Happy Fourth of July fellow Americans! No one celebrates their freedom and the founding of our great Nation as we do. I hope everyone takes the time to reflect on our freedom and explain what Independence Day is all about to our children. That being said, I thought it’d be fun to take a look

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  • Happy Fourth of July!0

    The Fourth of July has long been one of my favorite holidays. Not only do we get to celebrate the independence of our country, but we get to do it with fireworks and picnic food — which happen to be some of my favorite things! Plus, unlike other holidays, there’s no pressure with the 4th.

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  • The Bookworm Sez:“Accidental Brothers: The Story of Twins Exchanged at Birth and the Power of Nature and Nurture”

    The Bookworm Sez:“Accidental Brothers: The Story of Twins Exchanged at Birth and the Power of Nature and Nurture”0

    There are over seven billion people in the world, and none of them are like you. You are singular: nobody has your fingerprints, DNA sequence, or thought processes. You’re you; one-of-a-kind. From follicles to toenails, there’s no other you anywhere… or so you think. As in the new book “Accidental Brothers” by Nancy L. Segal

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  • Tips for Hosting a Fun: 4th of July Party

    Tips for Hosting a Fun: 4th of July Party0

    The Fourth of July is a day to celebrate in the United States. Much about July makes the fourth day of the month the ideal time to celebrate. School is out, the weather is warm and the generally relaxed attitude of summer has typically set in by the first week of July. People tasked with

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  • Did you Know?

    Did you Know?0

    The Fourth of July has been a federal holiday since 1941. Though that may seem like a long time for the country to wait to celebrate the independence it declared in 1776, the tradition of the Fourth of July, often referred to as Independence Day, dates back to the dawn of the American Revolution and

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