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  • Gazette and Bulletin: August 8, 1928 – Tourists Annually Spend Large Sum for Car Storage0

    Over half a million dollars in cash is left in Williamsport for the storage of cars each year by tourists who spend a night or two here as they are motoring through the county. In addition to this figure the tourists spend another large amount for gasoline, oil, washing of their cars and repair work.

  • County Hall Corner: Two for the Show0

    This is the second half of the County Hall Corner series featuring the personal perspectives of the tenure of the three Lycoming County Commissioners. Last week I featured Jack McKernan, the chairman of the board of commissioners, and this week I will highlight the two remaining commissioners — Rick Mirabito and Tony Mussare. Next week

  • Cutters Carvings: August 8, 20180

    Preparations Underway for MLB Little League Classic The area around BB&T Ballpark is a bit more crowded these days as workers start setting up for this year’s MLB Little League Classic between the Philadelphia Phillies and the NY Mets taking place on August 19th at the historic ballpark. Due to these preparations by Major League

  • Jiving with Jones0

    One of the great joys of journalistic endeavors is the access to talk sports with athletes and professionals well-versed in their field with whom you otherwise wouldn’t have that same opportunity. One of those occasions is the annual visit Penn State football play-by-play announcer, Steve Jones, makes to Williamsport to address the local Penn State

  • Annual Joel Garrison Children’s Day To be Celebrated Monday August 130

    The annual Joel Garrison Children’s Day celebration is the culmination of activities on all of the City of Williamsport’s playgrounds. This year it will be celebrated on Monday, August 13. The Joel G. Garrison Children’s Day will be celebrated at Memorial Park, West Fourth Street, Williamsport. It will consist of free activities for all community

  • Refresh Your Home’s Appeal With Furniture Paint

    Refresh Your Home’s Appeal With Furniture Paint0

    Furniture, bookcases, cabinets, and doors present opportunities to add or change color throughout a home. Woodcraft offers an extensive line of furniture paint, tools and supplies necessary for successful painting projects. In addition, Woodcraft retail store associates are always ready to help customers, and extensive how-to material is a click away at woodcraft.com. Lori Harper,

  • A Summertime Staple0

    My son and I had a great conversation here recently. The nine-year-old was proudly telling me all about the first few days of his basketball camp. Jensen was having a blast, and he explained everything that took place in that little gym. We talked free throws, hotshot competitions, full-court dribbling, and no-look passes for an

  • Keystone Makes its Final Push to the Little League World Series in One of the Biggest Moments of the Postseason

    Keystone Makes its Final Push to the Little League World Series in One of the Biggest Moments of the Postseason0

    Patrick Johnson stood between the players and coaches and raised his arm to ask for a moment from both sets of people. Once granted his moment Johnson started to thank the players and parents for their support. He barely lasted a few seconds before becoming choked up as he addressed the crowd moments after Keystone

  • Oh, Shuttlecock!0

    My husband and I have a badminton net in our backyard currently, which is terrific, except that it required two master’s degrees, a fair amount of duct tape and an afternoon of misery to set it up. Confession: We probably could have used a marriage counselor or two, but none were available at the time.

  • Time Wasters0

    Before I had kids, I used to be obsessed with being productive. Like, really productive, with daily To Do lists, long-term and short-term projects, and totally goal oriented. I was also overly preoccupied with my appearance, had anxiety over what other people thought of me, and spent WAY too much time trying to be perfect.

  • The Connection Between Eating and Energy

    The Connection Between Eating and Energy0

    The connection between energy and eating is significant. A healthy diet and approach to eating can vastly improve energy levels, while a poorly planned diet that lacks nutrition can contribute to feelings of fatigue and increase a person’s risk for various ailments. The Harvard Medical School notes that different kinds of foods are converted to

  • Taber Museum Society Program to Present Afternoon of World War I Era Music0

    The Thomas T. Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society will host a Society Program on Sunday, August 19, at 1:40 p.m. in its Community Room. The program will feature the River Valley Quintet in a medley of music including well-known tunes by Irving Berlin, John Philip Sousa, Scott Joplin, and George M. Cohan.

  • Elevate Your Summer Grilling

    Elevate Your Summer Grilling0

    Weekend barbecues, birthday celebrations and family reunions are in full swing, so up your grill game from basic to bold with a few ideas to leave your guests wanting more. Step outside your comfort zone and create some “wow-worthy” dishes with big flavors with these recipes from McCormick and chef Roger Mooking from Cooking Channel’s

  • The Roving Sportsman… Habitat Improvement: Trees0

    Writer’s note: We have previously discussed developing a Management Plan for Habitat Improvement, and now we’ll look at specifics. This is the first of a 3-part series about Habitat Improvement, which will cover: Trees, Bushes, Shrubs and Vines, and Food Plots. EXISTING TREES: To begin with, we should have done a survey that identifies the

  • Uptown Music Collective To Hold Open House For Fall Enrollment0

    On Saturday, August 11th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. the Uptown Music Collective will be holding an Open House at the school’s facility located at 144 West Third Street in Downtown Williamsport. The facility features eight private lesson suites, two classrooms, two ensemble rooms, a computer lab, a recording studio, video studio, and more. In

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Tomorrow: A Novel” by Damian Dibben

    The Bookworm Sez: “Tomorrow: A Novel” by Damian Dibben0

    You have a little shadow. All day long, wherever you go, your dog is right beside you. He goes from bedroom to kitchen, to the garage, to the TV; if you’re there, so is he. He follows you everywhere — as in the new novel, “Tomorrow” by Damian Dibben, he’d even follow you through the

  • You Don’t Want to Smoke This Weed!

    You Don’t Want to Smoke This Weed!0

    In my travels the last three years to watch Jimmy play baseball in Olean, New York, I’ve made it to about every town that makes up the 12-team New York Collegiate Baseball League. From Hornell to Niagara, all the way across the state to Rochester and Syracuse, New York is truly a beautiful state. A

  • Family Fun Month0

    August is National Family Fun Month! So this week I’m bringing you lots of fun, family friendly things to do this month. Hopefully, by the time you are reading this, the floodwaters have receded and the Hiawatha is back in the river. Tuesdays in August are family nights on the Hiawatha. Join them for a

  • 31st Annual Loyalsock Valley Antique Farm Machinery Show

    31st Annual Loyalsock Valley Antique Farm Machinery Show0

    If you enjoy the roar and belching of engines and like antique farm machinery on display and in action, then the Consolidated Sportsmen’s Grounds along Route 87 in Plunketts Creek Township is the place for you this weekend, August 2 to 5. Gravely garden tractors will be the featured tractor at this year’s Show. “Because

  • You Won’t Believe What I Saw!0

    You won’t believe what I saw! How often do we hear people say that these days? I think we hear it a lot now — especially when we see wildlife we were not aware existed here, or wildlife that is extremely secretive in its behavior. Even as a kid I remember making that statement myself


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