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  • New Bald Eagle Livestream Launched0

    Good news, Eagle Cam lovers: There’s a new nest to watch. The Pennsylvania Game Commission, HDOnTap and Comcast Business have teamed up once again to offer a new bald-eagle nest livestream for the 2019-20 nesting season. The PA Farm Country Eagle Nest livestream is set to launch Dec. 18, offering viewers worldwide 24-7 access to

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  • Being More Thoughtful of Others

    Being More Thoughtful of Others0

    It was the day before Christmas Eve, and we decided to take our kids out to see the lights, walk Loyalsock Park, and stop and grab a bite for dinner last minute. The kids ask to go to Pizza Hut. When we went there it was super busy. The lady sat us and said she

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  • Thomas Named to Bowman Field HOF

    Thomas Named to Bowman Field HOF0

    Among the baseball dignitaries to be gathered at the January 15 Williamsport Crosscutters annual Hot Stove Banquet will be a face many may not recognize, but as soon as he opens his mouth the recognition will most likely be there. Following the past 20 years of distinguished service as the team’s Public Address announcer the

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  • An Ode to Curtis0

    It is hard to fathom that I made it to another decade. This is my sixth sports fans. I don’t know about you, but I personally struggle with bringing in the new year. My resolutions usually get tossed by January 11th. I have every intention of eating healthy or getting buff. I also try to

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: January 6, 1955 – Schools Closing as Tribute to George C. Lyter0

    As a tribute to George C. Lyter and in order to permit the faculty members to attend, Montoursville schools will dismiss at noon today. Mr. Lyter served as supervising principal of Montoursville schools from 1918 to 1950, when he retired and moved to Florida. He died in the Harrisburg Polyclinic Hospital Sunday. Thirty-six of the

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  • Looking Back On Some of My Most Interesting and Notable Stories From 20190

    Besides being the end of the decade, 2019 was an interesting year. During this year, I was fortunate enough to have written many stories that I hope the readers of Webb Weekly found enjoyable. I want to look back now on some of my favorite and most notable stories from the year just passed. Several

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  • This Week’s LION: LION of the Year — The Young & Amazing0

    One of my favorite exercises at the end of the year is to review all my columns throughout the year. I began writing LION (Leaders In Our Neighborhood) features in April of 2014, and I am always surprised how each year seems to have a certain theme. In 2018, it was good people passing away.

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  • Happy New Year!0

    In case you didn’t notice, I’m not Jimmy. No worries, he’ll be back next week, he’s just letting me borrow his space for the week so that I can tell you all about this very special week at Webb Weekly. This week’s issue is just one of the many ways Jimmy helps people and our

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  • County Hall Corner: 2019: Not an “Off” Year0

    In political parlance, an election year that does not have any gubernatorial or national offices on the ballot is considered an “off” year. This means that the turnout will be expected to be low, as all the races are for the most local, and these generally do not arise much passion in the general electorate.

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  • Makeup Tips for Women in Their 40s

    Makeup Tips for Women in Their 40s0

    In 1513, explorers from Spain stumbled upon The Fountain of Youth, an iconic spring in what would later become Florida, that promised eternal juvenescence for anyone who dared to bathe in or sip from it. Five centuries later, those same promises now come in the form of beauty products, many of which swear they offer similar,

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  • Grouse Priority Area Siting Tool Launches: Destined to be a game-changer in grouse restoration0

    Pennsylvania’s state bird, the ruffed grouse, has suffered dramatic population losses due to the statewide scarcity of young forests and large-scale West Nile virus die-offs. To offset those losses, the Pennsylvania Game Commission has created a tool to identify prime grouse recovery areas. “The Game Commission recognizes that all conservation partners must work smarter, not

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  • ‘Daniel Tiger’ and Friends are Coming to Williamsport0

    Northcentral Pennsylvania will be home to countless smiles and warm hearts to begin the new year, thanks to some new “neighbors.” “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Live: Neighbor Day,” based on the Emmy Award-winning and top-rated “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” animated television series that airs daily on PBS Kids, will begin its national tour at Williamsport’s Community Arts

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  • The Roving Sportsman… The Sunday Buck0

    The month was December. The year was 2017. Pennsylvania remains one of very few states that still prohibits Sunday hunting for deer. It is not often that a hunter has the chance of taking a “buck of a lifetime” which is why the term was coined. I had been hunting at one of my favorite

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  • How About a Resolution?0

    HAPPY NEW YEAR! Like when you do something for the first time, it seemed a bit strange to write the date 2020 as I prepared for this first column of the new year. Most likely many of us will have a few ‘date stumbles’ when we write our first check or fill out information at

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  • Fear Not!0

    “A Charlie Brown Christmas” first aired in 1965, one year after I was born. Even back then Charles Shultz had to put up a fight to include the scene of Linus reciting Luke 2:8-14. Both his producer and his animator believed Shultz was crossing a line by having the Bible quoted to such an extent

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  • Ten New Year’s Resolutions for the Whole Family0

    New Year’s resolutions can be helpful for developing healthy habits, and habits are easier to stick to if you’re not in it alone. Why not try resolutions the whole family can be involved with? They can be excellent motivators for parents trying to start their kids on some healthier habits. When you start to think

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  • Preserving History on the Southside1

    In the years preceding her passing several years ago longtime South Williamsport resident and Webb Weekly columnist Rosemary Neidig was engaged in a literary project to write a book encompassing the history of the community she loved so well. While she was never able to complete that endeavor, the subject of her fervor remains alive

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  • Understanding Sarcopenia and Strength (pt. 1)0

    This article is for educational and entertainment purposes. It is not intended as a substitute for individual medical and fitness advice. Any use of the information contained in this article is at the discretion of the reader. David Bellomo and the Webb Weekly disclaim any and all liability arising directly or indirectly from the use

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  • PIT Count slated for January 22,2020 – Volunteers, donations needed0

    On January 22, 2020, volunteers and staff of Lycoming County’s homeless service providers will distribute items to homeless adults and children during the annual point-in-time (PIT) Count. During this time, volunteers canvas the entire county to get a real-time picture of homelessness in our area and distribute hygiene items and cold-weather accessories Volunteers to help

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  • The Week’s LION: Holiday with a Heart0

    Is there any other holiday that has so many traditions associated with it? Everything from Christmas caroling to baking cookies to candlelight services to Candy Cane Lane, the activities surrounding Christmas and New Years are almost endless. There are personal traditions, like Scott Metzger, the new Lycoming County Commissioner who for the past 39 years

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