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

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Chronic Wasting Disease0

    It was not that long ago that we heard about Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) occurring somewhere out west, but never considered that it would ever become a concern within our own borders here in Pennsylvania. Initially, reports were of limited outcroppings of the disease in deer and elk in a few of the western states,

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  • Hair for Every Age0

    I’m a big advocate for skincare for the sake of both a better appearance and for overall health. However, when it comes to looking your best, an area that may need some attention is north of your face. Yes, the shape, style, and color of your hair can make a huge difference when it comes

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  • Gaining a Better Understanding of Fishers0

    Those of us who are heavily involved in the outdoors usually have a great interest in wildlife in general and not just the various species we pursue. I know I’m always trying to gain a better understanding of all wildlife and I’m especially interested in the science of what makes various creatures behave the way

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  • County Hall Corner: A Pledge and a Prayer0

    According to group psychologists, every organization has a certain number of habits, rituals, and practices that define it. These form the organization’s particular “culture.” In the most basic way, it says to those on the outside, “this is how we do things around here.” This culture becomes apparent when newcomers walk into the weekly meeting

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  • Cutters Carvings: July 4th 20180

    Cutters Add Phillies 1st Round Pick to Roster The Cutters had a flurry of player moves last week including the addition of the Phillies 1st round draft pick, 3B Alec Bohm (Wichita State), to the Williamsport roster. Other 2018 draft picks joining the team include; RHP Tyler Carr (31st Rd., Univ. South Alabama), RHP James

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  • Groundbreaking at Wolf Run Village

    Groundbreaking at Wolf Run Village0

    Coming soon to Wolf Run Village, 3750 Rt. 220 Highway Hughesville, will be 29 Independent Living Townhouses. These units will be for tenants 55 years or older who want maintenance-free living. Construction is anticipated to be complete in 12-14 months. You can contact Traci or Nicole at 570-772-4662 for more information. Pictured are, from left

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  • Coffee with a Cop0

    The Williamsport Bureau of Police wanted to announce “Coffee with a Cop” which will begin on July 6th. The Williamsport Bureau of Police has hired nineteen new patrol officers since January of 2015. These are men and women who are in uniform and responding to calls within our community. Many residents are not familiar with

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  • Allis Moves to Williamsport and Finds His Place in a Big Way

    Allis Moves to Williamsport and Finds His Place in a Big Way0

    It was already a special moment for Klyher Allis, who stepped onto the rubber strip in the center of the pitcher’s mound at Lions Field in South Williamsport. It was his first start as an All-star for Williamsport Area Little League. It was going to be special, but for Allis and the rest of the

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  • District 12 Major Baseball Scoreboard (updated 7/3)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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  • Brown breaks out for a double and home run to help Williamsport advance with 11-9 win over Loyalsock0

    By BRETT R. CROSSLEY For the Webb Weekly  MONTOURSVILLE—Williamsport was trailing by five runs when Deacon Brown stepped into the batter’s box during the third inning of a District 12 Major Baseball elimination game at Montoursville.  Brown is the emotional heart and soul of Williamsport’s team. He has shown flashes throughout the postseason tournament, but

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  • District 12 Major Baseball Scoreboard (Updated 7/1)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

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  • Keystone belts out 16 hits to down Montoursville 13-5 in the Winner’s Bracket Championship0

    By BRETT R. CROSSLEY For the Webb Weekly  HEPBURN LYCOMING—Keystone’s Cayden Culvey doesn’t not like to slide. If the situation calls for it he’s more than capable, but it’s not something he enjoys.  In the bottom of the first inning during Sunday’s District 12 Major Baseball Championship at Hepburn, he was called on to run

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  • District 12 Major Baseball Scoreboard (updated 6/30)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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  • Day proves he’s clutch with walk off hit to give Williamsport a 4-3 win over Newberry0

    By BRETT R. CROSSLEY For the Webb Weekly  WOOLRICH—Williamsport was down to its final three outs, trailing by one run, when Tarik Abdul-Hakim noticed one of his teammates feeling down on the bench.  Ethan Eckard was in the middle of a tough stretch and let his emotions show as the bottom of the sixth inning

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  • District 12 Major Baseball Scoreboard (updated 6/29)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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  • Rotoli hits two home runs and pitches in relief as Montoursville knocks off Montgomery 16-40

    By BRETT R. CROSSLEY  For the Webb Weekly  MONTOURSVILLE—As Williamsport and its surrounding areas fall deep into a brutal heatwave, many people will be lying low in air conditioned homes.  Luckily for Montoursville’s Major Baseball team, Niko Rotoli not only likes the heat, he thrives in it. Friday was the perfect indicator as Rotoli entered

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  • District 12 Major Baseball Scoreboard (updated 6/28)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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  • Allis shines in his first postseason start to help Williamsport pickup a 3-2 win over East Lycoming0

    By BRETT R. CROSSLEY For the Webb Weekly  WILLIAMSPORT—One year ago Klyher Allis and his parents moved to Williamsport and joined the Little League in hopes of strong competition and challenges.  On Thursday, Allis was the starting pitcher in what was just the third All-star game of his career. It was also he first game

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  • What Goes Up…

    What Goes Up…0

    There’s nothing better than summer in the Susquehanna Valley. With only a couple days of June left to play out it can only mean one thing. The celebration of America known as the 4th of July is right around the corner. Family reunions, picnics, barbecues serving the best summer cuisine will be found everywhere. Of

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  • Fresh From the Farm0

    In a world where you can have anything delivered direct to your door, it’s easy to forget that local businesses depend on their local communities to stay afloat. I honestly believe that supporting those in your community is more critical now than ever. And one of the easiest ways to do that is by visiting

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