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South Williamsport, PA
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  • January is Party Time!

    January is Party Time!0

    Here we are, mid-January already. After the holidays, life slows down a bit, and you get to breathe. Well, at least for a week or so. You know what mid-January is for us? Birthday bliss! My stepdad, Mark Metzger’s birthday is first, then my gram, Lois Liddick, then my daughter, Kenzy, and finally my husband

  • What’s at the “Business End”?0

    Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been taking a closer look at how to make your venture onto the hard water a successful one. We’ve looked at sonar equipment to improve your chances of finding fish in the first place, and then we delved into the devices used to make the connection with your

  • “West Side Story” Well-Nigh Miraculous

    “West Side Story” Well-Nigh Miraculous0

    Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story” achieves so many unlikely triumphs that, at times, it seems downright miraculous. Based on the beloved 1961 musical, this is a rare remake that’s every bit as good as the original — maybe better. Yet somehow, it manages this without actually eclipsing that film — without modernizing or updating it

  • Savings Strategies for Weddings0

    The question was popped; the engagement ring presented. What’s the next step on the road to the wedding? Saving should definitely be on couples’ minds. A wedding is likely the most costly party couples will ever throw. According to The Knot’s 2019 Real Weddings Study, the average cost of a wedding in 2019 was $33,900.

  • Winter 2022 Trends0

    With the warmth and cheer of the holidays behind us, the next several months look to be cold and dreary as we settle into winter. The simple act of getting dressed can feel like an ongoing battle between looking good versus staying warm. While you may just want to give in and bundle up, or

  • ‘Plus One’ Etiquette for Wedding Guests0

    Making a wedding guest list is seldom an easy task. Couples often find that many people are worthy of an invitation, which can make creating a guest list tricky for those with budgets in mind. According to data from the online wedding resource The Knot, the average wedding catering cost per guest is roughly $70.

  • Fishing Opportunities0

    Happy New Year, kids. Trust all is well. Yes. I have been extremely busy of late. The basketball season is in full throttle. While the SJNRA Golden Knights are usually the topic of discussion. A few have asked if I am still fishing. Absolutely. I am not going to lie. I would rather talk about

  • Baseball Giveth0

    There is a very good explanation for those shattering sounds that have been heard of late throughout the valley. Perhaps not as high numbers as the daily COVID count we’ve been besieged with, but never-the-less many of those well-intentioned New Year’s resolutions that had been made two weeks ago have already been smashed or tossed

  • County Hall Corner: What in the World is Happening?0

    Cliches are useful, but sometimes contradict one another. For example, the former U.S. Speaker of the House Tip O’Neill coined the phrase, “all politics is local,” noting that a politician’s success is directly tied to their ability to understand and influence the issues of their own constituents. This is certainly true with our county government

  • Williamsport Sun: January 11, 1922 – City’s First Big Snow Causes Problems0

    The first real snowstorm of the season in Williamsport and vicinity, which reached blizzard proportions, connected up with the city about 5:45 o’clock this morning. It at first looked like a light snow, but as the morning wore on it was seen that the downfall was likely to prove one of the old fashioned kind,

  • Why We Pray0

    There are seasons in the Christian life that could be described as cooling off on prayer. They are seasons of prayerlessness. It happens mainly because of disappointment. How often have we faithfully gone to our knees in prayer, and it didn’t seem to make one bit of difference? It’s like our prayers never made it

  • Top Fitness Trends for 20220

    The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) recently released its list of fitness trends for 2022, and tech tops the list. The annual forecast consisted of survey results from 4,500 health and fitness professionals from around the world and was published in the January/February edition of ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal. According to the ACSM

  • The Roving Sportsman… Habitat Improvement: Eliminate the Invasives0

    Your Habitat Management Plan should include an inventory of current desirable and undesirable trees, shrubs, and vines on your property. Additionally, include a listing of those new trees, shrubs, and vines you would like to add – including how and where you want to plant them. As an early step in your action plan, you

  • 2022 – Out of the Gate with Gratitude0

    I wish you a healthy, happy, and prosperous New Year. It’s hard to believe the Webb Weekly is closing in on 20 years of being welcomed into your home. All of us here at Webb Weekly thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We take great pride in the publication we provide, from those

  • Happy New Year!0

    Wow! I can’t believe that it is 2022. It seems like yesterday that I was hired on as a temp to take over for a temp that was sick. Now here we are 20 years later, and I have a position that not-even-old-enough-to drink-Steph could have only dreamed of! This year we begin our 20th

  • Area Student Seeks Living Kidney Donor

    Area Student Seeks Living Kidney Donor0

    Area middle school student, Maddy Fausnaught, was diagnosed with a kidney disease called focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS), which began at age seven after a bout with pneumonia. FSGS is a type of disease where scarring takes place in small sections of each glomerulus (filter) in the kidneys. Because the scarred glomeruli cannot be repaired, FSGS

  • Williamsport High School Signing Day0

    Dallas Griess, recently signed to North Carolina to play baseball. Pictured are, left to right: Colton Potts (Dallas’s nephew), Ashley Potts (Dallas’s sister), Dallas Griess and Gary Griess.

  • UPMC Physician: Unconventional New Year’s Resolutions0

    The new year is looming, and thoughts of resolutions may be on your mind. The gym might be more crowded and you might have healthier items on your grocery shopping list. While these kinds of resolutions work well for some people, they might not be for everyone and for many people, just putting in a

  • Warfare Prayer0

    In this first article of 2022, I can think of nothing more important to talk about than prayer. And because we are living in such perilous times (we always are), it seems important that we talk specifically about warfare prayer. There is a time for everything, even war. See Ecclesiastes 3:8. Actually, Christians know we

  • Gazette and Bulletin: January 4, 1951 – Billies Lose, Look Good Before Falling to Knicks 78-640

    The New York Knickerbockers, although never really extended, had to go all out at several stages to slap down the Williamsport Billies, 78-64, in an exhibition game last night on the West Third Street wooden way. A crowd of 502 watched the Billies, playing perhaps their best game of the infant season, stay within breathing


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