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  • Cutters Carvings: Fall Community Yard Sale – September 150

    Fall Community Yard Sale – September 15 The Williamsport Crosscutters in association with the Williamsport Sun-Gazette will be hosting the Annual Fall Community Yard Sale at BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field Saturday, September 15 from 8am-2pm. Dozens of vendors will be set up in the ballpark parking lot selling crafts, antiques and collectibles, new

  • Make it Mediterranean: Three dishes to highlight the next trend in internationally themed cuisine0

    Just like forward-thinking culinary artists, many at-home chefs seek out the next trendy flavor to provide friends and family gathered around the table. When pondering which trend you’ll dive into in the future, consider incorporating tastes from an especially influential international location – the Mediterranean Sea region. Considered by the experts at Les Dames d’Escoffier

  • Coeur d’Alene Takes a Trip With More Meaning Than Most as it Enjoys the Final Days of the Little League World Series

    Coeur d’Alene Takes a Trip With More Meaning Than Most as it Enjoys the Final Days of the Little League World Series0

    As Little League teams from all around the world take in Williamsport and its surrounding areas an extra special trip for Coeur d’Alene, Idaho will be made before the team departs for tonight. In the fall of 1990, Coeur d’Alene Little League manager Sean Cherry was a second Lieutenant in the Marines, and he found

  • The Community Theatre League Announces 2018-19 season0

    With more than 20 events, there’s something for everyone! The Community Theatre League, located in downtown Williamsport, is proud to announce its 2018-19 season! Affectionately known as “CTL,” the theatre company, entering its 42nd year, is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization which aims to educate, enrich, and entertain audiences in the greater Williamsport region. According to

  • Think Before You Send0

    In the early stages of my journalistic endeavors, I was cautioned by an instructor to always remember that journalism, whether it be in print or video form, may be the only profession where every word written or spoken was ‘out there’ to be scrutinized by public consumption. Once printed or uttered, the words you have

  • Canadian Television Network Journalists Assist With Canadian Player’s Immigration Plight

    Canadian Television Network Journalists Assist With Canadian Player’s Immigration Plight0

    One Little Leaguer from the Whalley Little League of Surrey, British Columbia, came within an eyelash of not being able to join his teammates here at the Little League World Series because of an immigration issue. The Little Leaguer, Dio Gama, was caught in a web, not of his making. According to Canadian Broadcasting Company

  • The Roving Sportsman… A Visit to Jolly Olde England0

    In the early 2000s, during the last several years of my career as a commercial pilot, I enjoyed flights to Europe, which included layovers in London and Manchester in the United Kingdom. Other flights out of Philadelphia resulted in layovers in Frankfurt, Munich, Paris, Madrid and Rome. They were all very interesting and provided the

  • That Back to School Feeling0

    I just got an invite for my 20th high school reunion, so it’s safe to say it’s been quite some time since I’ve had to gear up for a new school year. However, I just can’t shake that invigorating feeling when September rolls around, the weather changes, and fall clothes go on sale. This year,

  • UPMC Susquehanna Welcomes Little MVPs to Williamsport0

    Newborns at UPMC Susquehanna’s The Birthplace at UPMC Susquehanna Williamsport got into the spirit of the Little League® Baseball World Series as the nursery was transformed into a dugout, complete with the newborns outfitted in hand-sewn baseball caps, provided by UPMC Susquehanna senior program’s Knotty Knitters, and team UPMC onesies. Staff celebrated the little MVPs and their

  • The Bookworm Sez: “The Last Cowboys: A Pioneer Family in the New West” by John Branch

    The Bookworm Sez: “The Last Cowboys: A Pioneer Family in the New West” by John Branch0

    You can’t take it with you. People have tried for millennia to keep all their toys but eventually, there comes a time to step aside and pass the baton to the next person who needs a chance. It’s their turn, their time to take things and run. The tricky part, as in the new book

  • Hunting Season Soon Underway0

    It’s practically the middle of summer, how can you be thinking about hunting already? Well, believe it or not, dove-hunting season opens on Sept. 1 and for me that usually marks the beginning of a new hunting season. The dove season is split into three separate seasons with Sept. 1 through Oct. 10 being the

  • Acronyms, All Stars and Analysis0

    The Little League World Series is flying by like a ball hit off the bat of Yankee Giancarlo Stanton. Earlier this month the Pinstriper hit a home run against the Texas Rangers that registered an exit velocity of 121.7 miles per hour. If you like numbers and analysis, baseball is definitely the game for you.

  • Back to Reality0

    The Little League World Series is winding down and we are closing in on the end of summer. Kids will be heading back to school and this Friday will bring us the first Friday night football games. Speaking of, Webb Weekly Live and Cable Sports Live are back this year to bring you two great

  • West End 16-18s Finish Third at the Babe Ruth World Series0

    The West End Babe Ruth League continues its legacy of baseball excellence with the outstanding play of this year’s 16 to 18-Year-Old All-Star Team. This group of players has one of the best resumes in Babe Ruth history in the state of Pennsylvania. Since 2013, the core group of players has won the following: Two

  • Montoursville Senior LL All-Stars Complete State Championship Season0

    The Montoursville Senior Little League All-Stars recently completed one of their best seasons ever by snagging a Pennsylvania State Championship. It would have been nice to win even more, but that does not diminish the fine championship season that they enjoyed. The Montoursville Seniors won the Pennsylvania State Championship on July 15, 2018, with a

  • South’s Minor Girls Come Home Champions0

    The world’s best 16 Little League Baseball teams are enjoying the fulfillment of a common dream shared by all regardless of geographic location — they’ve made it to Williamsport. While their arrival has been much heralded and documented, for a group of softball-playing young ladies — they had to leave the South Williamsport site of

  • Keystone Advanced Into the Mid-Atlantic Regional Tournament for the Third Time in League History0

    The journey to becoming the best Little League team in the state opened with one of the most difficult opponents on the slate. It would be a team that would rise from the ashes to force a second matchup in the tournament. Keystone opened the District 12 Major Baseball Tournament with a game against Williamsport.

  • Arway Retiring From PF&BC0

    John Arway, the executive director of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, has announced his retirement as of early November. In a previous column, I mentioned the conflict that had developed between Arway and some of the state legislatures over Arway’s request for a fishing license fee increase. Arway threatened the closing of some trout

  • The Bookworm Sez: “The Language of Kindness” by Christie Watson

    The Bookworm Sez: “The Language of Kindness” by Christie Watson0

    There was a time in your life when you tried everything. Full-time, part-time, gig-worker, entrepreneurship, you changed jobs like most people change clothes. It’s exhausting and disheartening and author Christie Watson had the same experience: café worker, milk deliverer, video shop clerk, she tried them all but in the new book “The Language of Kindness,”

  • Gazette and Bulletin: August 24, 1898: Chaplain Rick Buried – His Remains Viewed by Thousands of People0

    The largest funeral that ever took place in this city was that of William F. Rick, pastor of the St. Mark’s Lutheran Church and Chaplain of the 12th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. The obsequies occupied the greater part of the day and attracted many people to St. Mark’s Church and its vicinity. The scenes were touching


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