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  • 10 Tips to Make Your Air Conditioner More Energy Efficient and Sustainable

    10 Tips to Make Your Air Conditioner More Energy Efficient and Sustainable0

    Updating your HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) system to cool your home in a smart and sustainable way involves several steps that not only improve energy efficiency but also reduce environmental impact. Consider these tips from the heating and cooling experts at Carrier to help make your cooling system more eco-friendly: 1. Upgrade to

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  • The Best Way to Color Gray0

    I’ve been dying my hair since I was 15, so I’m not quite sure when the silver strands of middle age started to appear, but they are here now. The good news is, although some gray hair is more difficult and more resistant to hair color, the technology around the products used to color hair

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  • Five Steps to Get Your Yard Ready for Spring

    Five Steps to Get Your Yard Ready for Spring0

    As the weather begins to warm and days get longer, it’s important to begin preparing your yard for a healthy growing season. While factors like climate, soil type and grass type can all impact how your yard grows, there are a few steps you can take during the spring months to help your lawn thrive.

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  • Six WAHS Students to Perform in PMEA All-State Honors Music Ensemble

    Six WAHS Students to Perform in PMEA All-State Honors Music Ensemble0

    Six Williamsport Area High School students have reached the highest level a high school musician can achieve by earning a place in the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) All-State Festival music ensembles. The students below earned the following respective spots: – Olivia Ciabattari, Alto 1, PMEA All-State Choir – William Ciabattari, Bass 1, PMEA All-State

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  • UPMC Pediatrician: Should You Be Concerned About Missed Milestones?0

    The first time your child laughs, walks, and talks, are all exciting moments to look forward to – in addition to being important developmental milestones. To help determine how well your child is developing and growing compared to other kids the same age, these developmental milestones are measured at every doctor’s visit. The physical, cognitive,

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  • Social Capital Important to Fighting Obesity0

    According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), social relationships are important predictors of a range of individual outcomes, such as well-being and health. These social relationships can be categorized as interpersonal forms of social support, identification with groups, or social capital. In this article, I want to briefly explore the relationship between social capital

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  • Pitching Woes0

    Have you taken note? The cover date of this week’s Webb Weekly is 042424. There might be lucky numbers in there somewhere — but if there aren’t, don’t blame me! Speaking of numbers, fans who have recently attended South Williamsport baseball home games at the recreational complex have been greeted by a new scoreboard beyond

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  • My Fishing is Slow

    My Fishing is Slow0

    Trust all is well, sports fans. I have a few items that need your attention. I told you about a friend who does some underwater snapshots — Michael Kinney of Get Lost Photography. My guy is super talented, and he is planning the ultimate adventure. Michael is hoping to kayak the entire West Branch of

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  • The Indestructible Man: Actor, Director (and Magician) Buster Keaton0

    If you heard someone described as “a man who could take almost any amount of pain,” you might assume it was an athlete, a first responder, a Navy SEAL — or maybe a Hollywood stuntman. But while the last phrase is technically accurate here, that “indestructible man” was in fact Buster Keaton — a silent-film

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  • Earth Day and Climate Change0

    So, clearly, I’m not Jimmy. Jimmy had a technological mishap. He had his article all but finished when it disappeared into the ether. Even I couldn’t figure out what happened and recover his story. Due to rising frustration levels, we decided that it would be in everyone’s best interest to just take the L. Now

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  • Williamsport Area Little League Opens Its Season on Saturday, April 270

    Our national pastime of baseball will be in full swing when the Williamsport Area Little League opens its 2024 season on Saturday, April 27. It will do so at the newly constructed fields at Brandon Park. There is an atmosphere of excitement and anticipation by the league’s officials and players. “We’re excited to be back

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  • Buster Keaton Movies in Canton — With a Live Orchestra!0

    When I taught English at Loyalsock High School, I sometimes took a single class-session and introduced my students to silent-film genius Buster Keaton. It was a bit of a stretch connecting this to my curriculum — though Keaton worked with Samuel Beckett and was also a master of the nonverbal cues covered in my speech

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  • Horoscopes0

    ARIES – Mar 21–Apr 20 Aries, this is a great week for transformation. Be careful where you direct your attention, as what you do will have lasting effects. Choose your plans wisely. TAURUS – Apr 21–May 21 Use this week’s powerful energy to strip away all of the unnecessary static in your life right now.

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  • How to Help Students Master College Entrance Exams0

    The college admissions process is multifaceted and stretches out over a year or more. High school students who plan to continue their education at four-year schools typically go through the admissions process at various schools before deciding where the next step on their academic journeys will take them. Testing is part of the college admissions

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  • UPMC Physician: Make an Informed Decision0

    Deciding to become an organ donor is important, and it’s worth considering more often than when you renew your license at the DMV. Every nine minutes, someone in the United States joins the national organ transplant waiting list. Every day, 17 people on that list die waiting for an organ because there are not enough

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  • To Cowboy or Not to Cowboy0

    Fashion is deeply cyclical, and every few seasons, the Western trend pops up. In the spring of 2024, a Western renaissance is upon us thanks to various designer labels, pop stars, and the trending zeitgeist. Of course, the key to any trend is incorporating it into your personal aesthetic rather than taking the whole thing

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  • The Masters0

    March Madness is over. Kudos to Coach Hurley and UCONN. Impressive run, boys. Back-to-back. They were legit. Major props to the gals at South Carolina. Undefeated in 2024. The Women’s Tournament definitely stole the spotlight. Iowa’s Caitlin is a star. She created so much buzz. Check the archives. I wrote about her impact several weeks

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  • Fore0

    While April Fool’s got this month started, it didn’t take long for its first two weeks to make a memorable positive mark on the sports calendar. Major League Baseball began on a high note for fans of the New York Yankees and Pittsburgh Pirates; UConn and South Carolina proved without a doubt they are the

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  • Trout Season in Full Swing0

    Another trout season is underway, and I still enjoy getting out on a stream, even though I’ve been trout fishing for over sixty years now. Over all those years, I’ve had a chance to fish with an assortment of equipment, lures, and baits. Like a lot of kids, I started with worms and a bobber

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  • Art in Rider Park: Local Clay Artist to Hold Classes for Students0

    The First Community Foundation Partnership of PA will host the Lycoming Arts for an Artist in Residency at Rider Park. Local clay artist Kathy Gorg will lead five classes in making hand-built clay creations inspired by nature. Participants will create a textured clay bowl and a small animal sculpture. Each session will be held on

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  • The Roving Sportsman… The Top Mistakes of Spring Gobbler Hunting0

    Unfortunately, every spring, many turkey hunters end the season without success, while a smaller percentage of hunters seem to always come home with a gobbler. It is not as if the unsuccessful hunters are not trying their darndest, but it seems to boil down to a few common mistakes that plague them every season. So,

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  • County Hall Corner: United We Stand — Over a Blocked Sun0

    Our country today is not as much a United States as we are a various group of states that get united based on political convictions. Our fifty states are recognized as “red states” (Republican), “blue states” (Democratic), and those that are somewhat of a blend of the two or bounce from red to blue or

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  • Hoping Opening Day Wasn’t Washed Out0

    The first day of trout season in Pennsylvania has been a long-time tradition. It’s a day shared by family and friends to celebrate something near and dear to their hearts. It is a day that many PA anglers dream about on cold winter nights. Chilly temperatures, rain, and even snow go hand in hand with

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  • Walk Your Way to Better Health0

    Is it 37° and threatening to snow while I write this? Yes. Does that mean I’m not making plans for spring? Absolutely not. My plan for spring? More walks. As most of you know, I have two dogs. One very large rottweiler, Bulleit, and one little-legged basset hound, Booker. This spring, Booker and I will

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  • Lycoming Big Brothers/Big Sisters Helps to Mentor Youth Onto the Right Path of Life0

    Today, we live in a time of an increasingly large number of single-parent families. This sometimes causes children to feel they don’t have an adequate female or male authority figure to help mentor them through the difficulties of being young in these times. This is where a program such as Lycoming Big Brothers/Big Sisters of

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  • Styling Sneakers0

    As April unfolds, we are leaving off sweater weather and headed into sneaker season. Sneakers have become more and more ubiquitous as athleisure, gorpcore (a fashion trend in which outerwear typically designed for outdoor recreation is worn as streetwear), and a more casual approach to dressing have emerged. Sportswear, in general, has become a modern

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  • Lycoming County Department of Public Safety Conducting Access and Functional Needs Survey to Aid In Emergency Responses0

    When responding to an emergency, timely, accurate, and important information can be critical to first responders. That is the thinking behind an Access and Functional Needs Survey that the Lycoming County Department of Public Safety has developed. The information gathered in the Access and Functional Needs survey is being compiled in a registry, providing critical

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  • Women’s Hoops Popularity Soars0

    A 1960’s advertising slogan for Virginia Slims cigarettes, “You’ve come a long way, baby,” was intended to target women consumers. Although the product is still on the market, that slogan may be a more apropos description of the NCAA’s women’s national basketball tournament, which concluded the sport’s most successful season this past Sunday. Due to

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  • Musical Memories: Free Spring Concert by Repasz Band0

    “Phantom of the Opera.” “West Side Story.” “Annie.” “Avenue Q.” “The Lion King.” “Man of La Mancha.” “Fiddler on the Roof.” “Wicked.” “Jesus Christ Superstar.” These are just some of the 16 musicals on the program at the Repasz Band’s spring concert — slated for 7:30 p.m. on April 16 at Williamsport’s Community Arts Center.

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  • Coming to America: Terrific New Film Honors Mother Cabrini0

    Quick trivia question: Who was the first American to be canonized as a Catholic saint? Well, if you read our headline above, you probably already guessed: Frances Xavier Cabrini, an Italian immigrant who worked tirelessly to help her fellow-countrymen in their struggle against poverty, prejudice, crime, and disease at the turn of the last century.

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  • Warriors That Golf0

    Lycoming College has a golf team. Yes. We still get a few strange looks. Whether it is walking across campus with our clubs. Or when we pull up to a McDonalds in our matching outfits. This is my second stint with the Warriors. I mentored the team from 2001 to 2016. I got out of

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  • UPMC Expert: Does Your Lifestyle Affect Your Eyes?0

    We are all aware of the impact certain lifestyle choices — smoking, activity level, sleep — can have on our health and wellness, but do many of us consider how these decisions also affect our eye health? Our eyes are an essential organ, yet we often take them for granted. Your daily habits can affect

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  • High Water Alternatives0

    As I sat down to write this piece, the streams were running high and muddy from the past few days of rain. I suspect that by the opening day of trout season, there will still be some high, discolored water. Of course, those who were on the streams on opening day will be able to

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