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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Gazette and Bulletin: May 15, 1948: Jewish Residents Exult Over News of Israel State0

    Jewish residents of Williamsport received word of the creation of the new state of Israel and of its recognition by the United States government with high emotions. Already, celebrations are being planned, and many toasts and congratulations on the event passed among the city’s Jewish residents as the news became known. Rabbi Samuel Biinder said

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  • Graduation0

    Similar to those famous countdowns at Cape Canaveral, in numerous households across the region that ‘countdown’ is proceeding full speed until upcoming high school graduation days blast products of eighteen years of nurtured love into the ‘unknown’ stratosphere of ‘the real world.’ Those coming out parties will be launched with varying degrees of mixed emotions.

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  • Filling the Void with Remembrances

    Filling the Void with Remembrances0

    He had the softest ears of any dog I’ve ever known. That said, I almost never passed up an opportunity to caress them. Nor could I deny how I loved snuggling with him on the couch, his box-like body curled up and wedged next to mine — safe and warm. No matter what the day

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  • The Summer Job Disappearing Act0

    Another monumental shift in society — in the summer of 1978, 60% of teenagers were working or looking for work. By 2016, only 35% were doing that! Now, don’t be quick to judge (as I was) and say the kids these days are too lazy to hit the job trail. Many are spending more time

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  • This Week’s LION – Anna Vaughn Stewart: Passionate Playwright

    This Week’s LION – Anna Vaughn Stewart: Passionate Playwright0

    Seniors in high school are typically preoccupied with serious life decisions like what they will do after high school, and other, not as serious but just as vexing issues, such as excessive facial oil and who they will go with to the prom. But a young lady by the name of Anna Vaughn Stewart, soon-to-be

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  • Bill Fritz Looks Back At 50 Years of Umpiring

    Bill Fritz Looks Back At 50 Years of Umpiring0

    The year was 1968. It was one of the most chaotic and turbulent years in American history but wasn’t the case on the baseball diamond at Original League due to men like Bill Fritz, who served as an umpire to make it possible for young boys to play out their baseball dreams. He has been

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  • Professional Summer Wear0

    The warmer weather is finally here! As much as I love the sunshine and the summer styles that go with it, short hemlines, bare shoulders, and breezy silhouettes can be a bit too casual for the workplace. While some offices are more laidback than others, chances are denim cutoffs, and tank tops are most likely

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  • Saving Bees One Hive at a Time: The basics of backyard beehives0

    Scientists and environmentalists have been warning the public for years that honeybees are disappearing at alarming rates. Scientists were initially uncertain in regard to what was decimating bee populations. Even though no single cause is to blame, data has pointed to pesticide use and the mysterious colony collapse disorder, which is a name given to

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  • Five Reasons to Try Apple Cider Vinegar0

    Vinegar is a fermented liquid made from a wide array of ingredients that is used primarily to preserve and flavor food. But the uses for vinegar are almost as extensive as the variety of flavors it’s available in. The word “vinegar” comes from the French “vin aigre,” or “sour wine.” Vinegar is a diluted solution

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  • The Bookworm Sez: “As You Wish” by Jude Deveraux

    The Bookworm Sez: “As You Wish” by Jude Deveraux0

    If you could, would you take it all back? Every misunderstanding, cross word, and cold shoulder, erased. Time wasted, retrieved. Hurtful situations never happened. Would you eliminate each of them or, as in the new novel “As You Wish” by Jude Deveraux, would you change the entire course of your life? Olivia Montgomery had never

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  • Well, There’s Always Tomorrow…0

    Truth be told, there are plenty of spring gobbler hunters that I know or have talked to that have already gotten their bird and some are actively pursuing the second gobbler for this spring season. Several of the hunters I checked in with actually filled their tag during the first week of the season. Not

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  • New South Williamsport Tennis Courts Ribbon Cutting to be Held Saturday, May 190

    At a time in which recreation facilities are being decreased in many municipalities due to funding woes, one community will be dedicating a new recreational benefit for its community — new tennis courts. This will be the case in South Williamsport, when those new courts will have their official ribbon cutting on Saturday, May 19,

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  • Carter Casmir Sets and Reaches Goal After Yearlong Journey on the Court

    Carter Casmir Sets and Reaches Goal After Yearlong Journey on the Court0

    As Lewisburg’s Carter Casmir walked off the court to end the 2016 District 4 Tennis Singles Championships he immediately set a goal for himself. The goal was not a return to the championship match, but a return and win in the championship match. The runner-up finish haunted Casmir throughout the offseason, providing plenty of motivation

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  • A Lot of Work to be Done!0

    It’s great to see the bridge over Loyalsock Creek that connects Montoursville and Loyalsock is getting a makeover. Over 14,000 vehicles cross the bridge on a daily basis. That’s a pretty amazing amount of traffic crossing the old three-span truss bridge that was originally built in 1931. It was definitely due for some structural repair.

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  • Master the Pecking Order0

    A raise of hands out there who have kindly built or put a bird feeder in their yard for our fine feathered friends. Take the time to observe close enough, at the right times, and you’ll realize bird feeders aren’t just bird feeders; they mimic what some of us go through in life. For just

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  • Lifeguards Needed For Splash Cove0

    If you want the ideal summer job that can provide you that “beach buff” tan you have always looked for, lets you enjoy the outdoors and being around water, and allow you to help others to have fun, then a job staffing the “Splash Cove” as lifeguard for the City of Williamsport, might be the

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  • Brunch Made Easy0

    Gathering friends and family doesn’t need to be fancy. With its prime positioning between breakfast and lunch, brunch is a more casual and lighter alternative to the typical dinner party. When charged with hosting a mid-day gathering, a little pre-planning can go a long way toward ensuring your brunch get-together is as simple as it

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  • Kayaking 1010

    Before I begin this week’s column, I need to pay homage to my dear friends at Webb Weekly. I recently received a notification on LinkedIn saying I have been scribing part-time for the past fourteen years. I must say that I am very proud to be associated with this great organization. I would also like

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  • Five Ways to Commemorate Mother’s Day When Mom Has Passed Away

    Five Ways to Commemorate Mother’s Day When Mom Has Passed Away0

    Losing a loved one is never easy. Whether the loss is recent or not, many people find the void created by a loved one’s passing never leaves them. Celebrating holidays or milestones can magnify feelings of loss, and such feelings may surface on Mother’s Day among people whose mothers are deceased. People approach Mother’s Day

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  • Building a Successful Program Takes More Than Just Good Players0

    Being a leader of men and women takes a certain type of skill, especially when dealing with a group and asking it to accomplish a set of goals over the course of a season. Each and every coach faces situations that will be difficult. They will also be a part of the athlete’s highest accomplishments

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