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South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • How to be Certain You’re Buying Safe Toys This Holiday Season

    How to be Certain You’re Buying Safe Toys This Holiday Season0

    Few things compare to seeing the joy on a child’s face upon opening a holiday gift. Many adults remember holiday gifts they received as children, and holiday shoppers often try to look for gifts that will be just as memorable to the special youngsters in their lives. Shoppers might have kids’ smiles on their minds

  • How to Keep Gifts Secret and Hidden0

    Surprising loved ones and friends with gifts is part of the excitement of the holiday season. It can be just as exhilarating for gift-givers to witness the gifts being opened as for the recipients who are tearing into the paper to reveal their gifts. But in order for presents to be the ultimate surprises, it

  • Great Gifts for Holiday Hosts

    Great Gifts for Holiday Hosts0

    Hosting family and friends during the holiday season is a big responsibility, especially for those men and women welcoming overnight guests into their homes. Hosts anticipate opening their homes to loved ones during the holiday season and would never ask for anything in return. But guests who want to show their appreciation to their gracious

  • Land of the Free and Home of Some Monster Bucks

    Land of the Free and Home of Some Monster Bucks0

    We are so truly blessed to live in the greatest Country in the world. Like I always say, there’s a reason everybody is fighting to get in, and no one is choosing to leave. Although some Hollywood elitists do make the idle threat of leaving our Country, they never do. However, they may change their

  • You Take the Good; You Take the Bad0

    Life isn’t always easy, but generally, we do our best to make it the best we can. Some of us are better at this than others. Webb Weekly writer Gerry Ayers is better at finding the best in life than most people I know. In case you haven’t heard, Gerry has stage four colon cancer

  • 20th Annual Victorian Christmas and Other Related Events To Take Place This Weekend0

    This marks a special and milestone year for Victorian Christmas. It is the 20th Anniversary of the event that began with founding members Nan Young, Ted Lyons Jr., and Gloria Miele. Early on they saw the opportunity to share the beauty and elegance of our historic district with the public. Since that time, the event

  • Refrigerator Art: The Sequel

    Refrigerator Art: The Sequel0

    Well the inevitable has happened. I’ve gone to the dark side of home décor once more and I can’t begin to express my deep regret over my failings. In sum, I’ve sullied the surface of my newish refrigerator with more pictures than I can reliably count and made it a veritable shrine to my favorite

  • Santa Coming To Williamsport In Horse Drawn Carriage November 160

    In a bid to get a jump on the upcoming Christmas season, Santa Claus will be coming to Williamsport on a horse-drawn carriage to Park Place, 800 West Fourth Street, on Friday, November 16 at 7:00 p.m. Santa will light the tree to kick off Victorian Christmas weekend. There will be caroling led by the

  • Pennsylvania’s Ultimate Big Game?0

    Those of us who hunt wild turkeys here in our home state of Pennsylvania often consider this bird to be the ultimate game to pursue. Whitetail deer hunters are without a doubt even more fanatical about naming deer as the greatest game animal within our state’s borders. And, yes, we are very fortunate to have

  • Loyalsock to Host ‘Teacher of the Year’ Program0

    The Loyalsock Township School District is honored to host and evening with our 2018 Pennsylvania Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Jennifer Wahl. The community is invited to attend our program on November 19, 2018 at 6:00 p.m., and to hear Jennifer share her educational journey from high school through today. Jennifer R. Wahl has been

  • Commission Updates0

    In last week’s column, I mentioned the news that the Fish and Boat Commission will receive $250,000 from the state to relocate and build another launch site somewhere nearby. The commission will match the state’s funding with another $250,000. Don’t plan to launch your boat at the new ramp for at least a couple of

  • Gabe Stillman Band to Present Special Thanksgiving Eve Fundraising Performance0

    Gabe Stillman Band to Present Special Thanksgiving Eve Fundraising Performance Winners of the 2018 Billtown Blues Challenge, The Gabe Stillman Band, are presenting a fundraising concert for their trip to Memphis, TN in January of 2019 for the International Blues Challenge. The band will be representing the local Billtown Blues Association in a competition that

  • Gazette and Bulletin: November 15, 1941 – Hunters Asked to Save Spent Shells for Defense Use0

    Hunters throughout the nation were urged by the Pennsylvania Game Commission to save their used rifle shells this season for conversion of the brass into national defense material. Seth Gordon, director of the state commission, estimated that the hunters could reclaim at least 20 million shells, and Pennsylvania might be able to provide one million

  • What to Wear for Family Portraits0

    It’s that time of year when the holidays start looming large. Thanksgiving will be here before you know it and the stores are already starting to push Christmas décor on shoppers. This is also the time, while the leaves are vibrant on the trees, for many families to have portraits taken, not only for their

  • Jersey Shore High School Performs “Who’s Crazy Now?”0

    Antics of former teachers in an insane asylum will bring plenty of laughter to audiences in the upcoming performance of “Who’s Crazy Now?” The show is being performed Nov. 16 and 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Jersey Shore Area Senior High School auditorium. Directed by Mrs. Michele Long, the play is produced by special

  • County Hall Corner: Broadband or Bust0

    Lycoming County is the largest county in area in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, covering over 1,200 square miles. That is a larger area than the entire state of Massachusetts. But, unlike the Bay State, which has 6.8 million people living there, Lycoming County has about 114,000 residents. Though this figures out to a population density

  • Solomon’s Saga0

    Last week’s column recounted the new developments at the Montgomery Athletic & Community Center and its plans to serve the community’s athletic and healthy lifestyle needs. While on a tour of the facility, athletic director Mike Snyder introduced me to Ryan Solomon, who was hired in July as coordinator of the building’s activities. Solomon was

  • The Bookworm Sez: “West Like Lightning: The Brief, Legendary Ride of the Pony Express” by Jim DeFelice

    The Bookworm Sez: “West Like Lightning: The Brief, Legendary Ride of the Pony Express” by Jim DeFelice0

    The Bookworm Sez: “West Like Lightning: The Brief, Legendary Ride of the Pony Express” by Jim DeFelice Click. No stamps. And: email sent. You didn’t have to hunt an envelope down, and no trip to the mailbox; within a minute or so, the recipient of your missive read it and he can reply as quickly,

  • Final River of the Year Program Peeks beneath the Surface0

    As the celebration of the Pennsylvania 2018 River of the Year – the Loyalsock Creek – winds down, residents of and visitors to the watershed are invited to gather one last time to show their Loyalsock Love. Middle Susquehanna Riverkeeper Association, Inc., the lead nominating organization for this statewide designation, invites you to A Year in

  • Dorner’s Freshman Season Was One to Remember as She Finishes Third at States

    Dorner’s Freshman Season Was One to Remember as She Finishes Third at States0

    South Williamsport’s Olivia Dorner completed an undefeated regular season, won the District 4 title, and finished third at the PIAA Tennis Single Championships. That was all as a freshman. Dorner’s journey to becoming the top tennis player in the area started with her love of the sport, hard work, and sacrifices. Dorner has left countless


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