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  • School’s Out for Summer

    School’s Out for Summer0

    The words every student up and down the Susquehanna Valley couldn’t wait to hear. I’ve been out of school longer than I care to admit, but that phrase still brings a smile to my face. I must also give Alice Cooper credit for the kickoff-to-summertime anthem of the same words. Although I don’t know if

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  • A Little Bit of This and That…0

    As you know, Webb Weekly has always tried to give as much coverage as possible to anything related to drug prevention in our area. It seems, sometimes, if there aren’t reports of dozens of heroin overdoses in the news, the opiod epidemic in our area and across the country can get pushed to the wayside.

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  • Richard C. James: A Man Who Made A Difference

    Richard C. James: A Man Who Made A Difference2

    Various people say how important it is to try and make a difference in your community. Many of these people just talk the talk but don’t walk the walk. Richard C. James talked the talked but also walked the walk. Boy, did he ever! Richard died suddenly last week at the age of 73, and

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  • How to Save More for Retirement After Age 500

    Whether it’s advice from their parents, a response to television ads urging viewers to save for retirement, or their own financial savvy, many of today’s young professionals recognize the importance of saving for retirement from the moment they receive their first paychecks. But men and women over 50 may not have been so practical, and

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  • Learn About Cataracts to See More Clearly

    Learn About Cataracts to See More Clearly0

    Many people take their vision for granted until a problem arises that affects their ability to see. While certain conditions may occur suddenly, others develop more gradually and may not even be noticeable until the problem has progressed significantly. Cataracts is a common vision problem that is often associated with aging. The National Eye Institute

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  • Seniors Becoming More Tech-Savvy

    Seniors Becoming More Tech-Savvy0

    Technology is the future, and digital communication has opened many doors for people around the world. Although younger generations have grown up with technology at their fingers, Baby Boomers and older adults did not. But in spite of that, studies show that growing numbers of seniors are open to the idea of technology and even

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  • Meet the Cutters Reception Coming June 13 + Hump Day Happy Hour0

    The Williamsport Crosscutters will be holding the annual Meet the Cutters reception, Wednesday, June 13 from 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. at BB&T Ballpark. Admission is free for all fans. Cutters manager Pat Borders and the entire squad of Williamsport Crosscutters players and coaches will be on hand to meet and sign autographs for all in attendance.

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  • Goals Become Reality as Malicky Places at States With School-Record-Breaking Throw in the Javelin

    Goals Become Reality as Malicky Places at States With School-Record-Breaking Throw in the Javelin0

    It was just a normal practice in the middle of the track season when Jersey Shore’s Lyndsay Malicky came up with a plan to get out to hurdle practice. Malicky is like most people. She doesn’t want to run around in the heat and thought about how she could get out of her workout. The

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  • 38 Years as MVP0

    Sports fans are fiercely loyal and prejudice towards the teams of their liking. Only one team can be crowned the champion of their particular sport. Only one player in a league is selected as the MVP. Only very few players earn recognition as All-Stars during a given year. But the realities of these scenarios don’t

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  • Ninth Annual Soap Box Derby To Be Held Saturday, June 90

    Market Street Hill will again be alive with the sight of soap box racers and spectators this Saturday, as the Ninth Annual Soap Box Derby is held. “Since 2010 this event seems to be getting bigger and bigger and gaining more interest,” Jim Campbell, one of the organizers of the event, told Webb Weekly. “The

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  • Tiadaghton Elm and Keystone Challenge Canoe/Kayak/SUP Events on the Susquehanna River

    Tiadaghton Elm and Keystone Challenge Canoe/Kayak/SUP Events on the Susquehanna River0

    On June 16th and 17th, two paddling events will be held on the Susquehanna River in the Jersey Shore area — The Tiadaghton Elm Canoe and Kayak Classic and the Keystone Challenge. On Saturday, June 16th, the long-running Tiadaghton Elm Canoe and Kayak Classic is held. This event is in its 54th year in 2018.

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  • Grit: June 9, 1968: Somber Nation Pays Final Respects as Kennedy is Buried in Arlington0

    Robert F. Kennedy was buried on a gentle hillside tonight in the uncertain light of a full moon – and the flame flickering eternally over the grave of martyred President John F. Kennedy. The restless senator, who had aspired to follow his brother’s path to the White House, found serenity at last among the heroes

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Oh, Well…0

    In the last weeks of our spring gobbler season here in Pennsylvania I was pretty convinced that the population of birds, at least in the areas where I would frequently hunt, had been slowly decreasing over the last few years. Sure, I was happy for several hunters I knew that had reported a successful season

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  • Late Season Gobbler Success

    Late Season Gobbler Success0

    While success came late in this spring’s gobbler season, it certainly came early in my granddaughter’s turkey hunting career. With the season winding down, my granddaughter, Sierra Hornberger, just bagged her first gobbler last Wednesday afternoon. Sierra, now 21, has only ever hunted spring gobblers a couple of other times. Several years ago I called

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  • Retirement Saving Tips for Late Starters

    Retirement Saving Tips for Late Starters0

    Despite countless television ads touting the virtues of retirement planning, it seems many people are not getting the message. According to a survey from GOBBankingRates.com, one-third of Americans have nothing saved for retirement. The picture is not any rosier in Canada, where Statistics Canada reports that just 65.2 percent of the country’s 14 million households

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  • Motherhood Anew0

    When I first became a mother, it felt as though time stood still, my days and nights never-ending, woven together into an unfamiliar tapestry that defined my upended world. I remember thinking the infant stage would endure forever and that I would surely be driven mad in the process. Sleep was a commodity I craved

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  • If You Can’t Stand Up, You Can Still Stand Out, Part 10

    During my stint as a creative writing instructor at the JV Brown library a few winters ago, I posed a challenging question to my young students. Actually, I gave them a hypothetical story and asked them to write me a follow-up story on where it would all end up. I was curious to not only

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  • Perfect Dress and Shoe Combinations0

    If there’s one thing that warmer weather brings on in full force, it’s dresses! From a green floral tea-length dress to polka-dot wraps, it seems we’re all a little obsessed with wearing a fun and flattering frock once the weather finally warms up. And what goes best with a summer-fun dress? Strappy statement sandals! Or

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  • The Benefits of Shopping Farmers Markets

    The Benefits of Shopping Farmers Markets0

    Farmers markets have grown in popularity in recent years. Nowadays, consumers interested in farmers markets can likely find one near their homes whether those homes are in rural communities, the suburbs or bustling cities. People who have never before shopped farmers markets may be curious as to why many people find them so appealing. The

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  • Annual Way’s Garden Art Show Sunday, June 100

    One of Williamsport’s greatest civic assets, Way’s Garden, will again be the site of the 62nd Annual Way’s Garden Art Show conducted by the Bald Eagle Art League. Additionally, the Way’s Garden Restoration Committee will use this occasion to help raise funds for its restoration efforts. The event takes place this Sunday, June 10 between

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