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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Susquehanna Health Foundation Partners with Regional Car Dealerships for Drive for a Cause0

    Car dealerships throughout northcentral Pennsylvania are teaming up with Susquehanna Health Foundation for Drive for a Cause. During the month of October, participating dealerships will donate $25 for every new or used car sold to UPMC Susquehanna’s Kathryn Candor Lundy Breast Health Center. “Breast cancer affects so many people, either directly or indirectly,” says Sherry

  • Old Formidable Foe – New Challenge0

    The never say die tennis legend Jimmy Connors once said he never lost to an opponent because he ran out of time. Rather, he shrugged and said he merely ran out of options. I know the feeling all too well. With cancer, you go through a few rather grim milestones. You remember the day and

  • Effective Prostate Cancer Screening Begins with a Conversation0

    Men, have you talked to your doctor about your risks for prostate cancer? Experts now recommend that prostate cancer screening tools be used based on individual risks after careful consideration of the pros and cons of early detection. These tools include a rectal exam and the PSA test, which is a blood test that looks

  • Susquehanna Valley Shutterbugs: 25th Anniversary Exhibit0

    The Susquehanna Valley Shutterbugs has announced its 25th Anniversary Exhibit “Show Us Your Best Work”. The opening reception is October 5th at the Thomas Taber Museum and is open to the public. The Exhibit will feature the best work of Past and Present Members. Past and Present members are free to display their photographs however they feel

  • An Autumn of Opportunity

    An Autumn of Opportunity0

    Well, summer is in the rearview mirror, and autumn is officially upon us. Hopefully also left behind is all that wet weather we’ve been having. In the big scheme of things, we’ve been pretty fortunate. Yes, we’ve had some flooding in our area, but it definitely could have been a lot worse. I can’t even

  • Oktoberfest0

    Sometimes odd questions get stuck in my head. They often won’t go away until I know the answer. Luckily I usually walk around with all the answers in the known universe in my purse. The question that got stuck recently is why is Oktoberfest celebrated in September? October is right in the name! So off

  • City Hospitals Auxiliaries Host Autumn Fest September 30 To Benefit Breast Health Services0

    One of the more interesting and notable fundraisers taking place this Fall is the UPMC Susquehanna’s City Hospitals Auxiliary Autumn Fest and Car Show that is slated for Sunday, September 30 on the hospital grounds at 1100 Grampian Boulevard in Williamsport. Activities run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and include hundreds of cars, special

  • Enjoy the Bounties0

    I have been blessed to be able to travel the state, the country and the globe both during my working years and now in retirement. Yet, I am always amazed that when I am away from home, my mind constantly wanders back to Northcentral Pennsylvania — the area of my roots. I feel very fortunate

  • Treestand Hunting: Safety First0

    When I started hunting as a kid in the 60s treestands were practically unheard of; back then, they consisted of a couple of boards in the fork of a tree. My guess is, archery hunters probably started the portable treestand trend. Pulling back a recurve bow in the presence of a deer often resulted in

  • The Working Wardrobe0

    With everyone back at school and the vacation season at an end, it’s time to get back to the daily grind, which includes figuring out what to wear for work. As anyone who has ever worked in an office knows, figuring out a different outfit for each weekday is quite the challenge. And what working

  • Good Enough0

    Schedule makers had extinguished the Friday Night lights for the greater Williamsport high school football teams on the season’s fourth weekend as Loyalsock, Montoursville, South Williamsport and Williamsport all boarded buses for road trips of various lengths. South Williamsport had the shortest journey as the Mounties took their perfect 3-0 record onto the Muncy Indians

  • Prep Pointers for the Upcoming Hunting Season0

    Hunting is a popular hobby and sport enjoyed by millions of people across North America. Over the last 10 years, data from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service indicates that more and more females are taking up hunting. Hunting seasons vary depending on where you live. Regulations designed by local conservation, game, fish, and wildlife

  • The Bookworm Sez: “A Horse Named Jack”

    The Bookworm Sez: “A Horse Named Jack”0

    How high can you count? A hundred? A million? Maybe even higher? Did you have any trouble learning to count that high — or, as in the new book “A Horse Named Jack” by Linda Vander Heyden, illustrated by Petra Brown, does counting help you keep track of the trouble you’re in? More than anything

  • County Hall Corner: Help for Housing – Part 20

    Last week this column reviewed the importance of the Lycoming County Housing Coalition, a network of some 15-20 agencies committed to helping those struggling with housing issues. Though there has been a healthy number of committed programs designed to help through the years, what was needed was the best approach to use the funds and

  • Sacrificing Everything0

    “Whatever you do kid. Do not mix sports with politics. Call the game. Describe the action. Paint the picture with your words. If folks like you, they will continue to read or listen. People could care less about your opinions or views.” Buck Byham. Sports and politics do not mix, and yet they continue to

  • Isn’t There Anyone We Can Trust?0

    I was motivated to write this series of articles after reading the awful news concerning Pennsylvania and the number of institutional child sexual abuse cases that have taken place over several decades. I’m sure many of you read those same articles and were as heartbroken as I was. Institutional child sexual abuse takes place any

  • The Roving Sportsman… Think Safety0

    Before you head into the woods, it is important to practice with any archery equipment prior to the season. Make sure you shoot enough to regain your proficiency and that you are completely comfortable well before you are presented with an opportunity to take a shot at any game. Equally, it is critical that prior

  • Preparing for the Polls — Part 2 – Harrisburg Hopes0

    Last week, we introduced a new series of articles related to the various offices that will be on the ballot in the upcoming November election. This week we want to focus on the very important battle for Pennsylvania’s governor. The Democratic candidate will be the incumbent, Tom Wolf, and the Republican challenger is former State

  • The Family Curse0

    • Arts
    • September 26, 2018

    Some families are afflicted with flat feet, male pattern baldness, or an inability to dance. Our family curse, apparently, involves getting stuck in public restrooms. It all began when I was three years old, according to a story my mom liked to tell, so that I might recall a time in my life when I

  • ‘Socktoberfest to Return to Curtin Intermediate School Community Event to Kick Off Month-Long Benefit for Area Homeless0

    Curtin Intermediate School invites the community back to help “kick it to poverty” from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 5, for its third SOCKTOBERFEST. The kickoff event once again will help launch the school’s month-long sock drive to benefit Lycoming County’s homeless. Better known as #socktober, the movement began six years ago by


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