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South Williamsport, PA
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50th Anniversary of Hurricane Agnes

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  • Skip the Line! Order Your Single Game Tix in Advance!0

    Tickets for all Cutters game during the 2022 season are available by calling 570-326-3389, online at crosscutters.com or in-person at Muncy Bank Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field. Ordering in advance online means that you can print your tickets at home & skip the line at the box office on game night! With tickets starting at

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  • Don’t Put That Flyrod Away Yet0

    That I like to fly fish for trout is an understatement; I try to fit in as much time as I can, even if it’s only for a couple of hours on any given day. Of course, when we hear some reference to trout fishing, we usually think April and May — after all, that’s

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  • Crosscutters Players Cherish the Opportunity0

    Williamsport Crosscutters Media Day is truly a groundhog-day-like experience. The venue is the same, the uniforms are sparkling white, the smiles and the anxiety on the player’s faces as they step out to meet the press has the same familiarity, and the freshness of a new season creates some positive energy. The second season of

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  • The Roving Sportsman… Buy Your License, Make Your Plans0

    The 2022 – 2023 hunting season licenses are now available for purchase, and it’s a good time to review the latest Hunting and Trapping Digest and become familiar with new regulations and the upcoming seasons and bag limits. If you are a procrastinator, which we all seem to be at times, you may miss a

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  • WASD Education Foundation Grants $4,000 to Support Summer Reading, Grow Elementary Collections0

    With just days to go before summer vacation, the Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation (WASDEF) announced its distribution of $4,000 to WASD’s elementary library system in support of the district’s revival of its #MillionairesRead Summer Reading Program. Grant dollars will be used to purchase brand-new books to recognize and honor incoming kindergarten through fifth-grade

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  • Father’s Day Gifts for the Modern Dad0

    Father’s Day is a chance for people to show the special men in their lives just how much they’re loved. Though it was first celebrated on June 19, 1910, it was not until decades later that President Richard Nixon made honoring fathers a nationwide holiday in the United States. While there are many different ways

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  • First Annual Riverfest0

    On a cold day this past winter, Orlando Rodriguez with Rich Port Adventure Company and Laura Kitner from TK TacKle were discussing a plan to organize a Youth Kayak Safety Course this summer. After reaching out to Laurel Green with Montgomery Parks and Recreation for a location, a simple safety course for the kids quickly

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  • Grads and Giveaways0

    A Webb Weekly tip of the hat and congratulations to all our recent high school graduates. What a special time in a young person’s life when they take that walk with their fellow classmates and celebrate an achievement that began with their very first days of school. I always enjoy looking at the pictures that

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  • Adopt a Shelter Cat0

    Given our cover story, it seems appropriate to use my space this week to celebrate ‘Adopt a Shelter Cat Month.’ We all know that there are plenty of cats in shelters that could use good homes. More than ever, the kitties need our help. Not only are thousands of newborn kittens joining the millions of

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  • LAPS Feline Shelter Grand Re-Opening! Open House Sunday, June 120

    Providing a safe, humane home for cats is the primary aim of the Lycoming Animal Protection Society (LAPS). To aid this venture, they have opened a new shelter at 630 Wildwood Boulevard in Williamsport. To highlight this new facility for the public, they will be holding an open house there on Sunday, June 12, from

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  • Local Physician First in Area to Offer Innovative Direct Primary Care0

    There has been a lot of discussion throughout the nation about delivering adequate health care services to patients in the system. Much of this involves billing and waiting to receive those services. Medical professionals are starting to think outside the box, and one of the ways they are doing this is through a concept called

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  • Mini-Golf Tournament to Benefit Christians Helping Honduras0

    The South Williamsport United Methodist Church is sending another mission team to Happy World School in San Marcos de Colon, Honduras. They will be going in July of this year and in January of 2023. Happy World School has 60+ students and struggles to pay its bills. The classrooms are drab, unpainted cinder blocks. The

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  • Two Key Concepts When Considering an Exercise Program0

    While we do have a sea of knowledge at our fingertips these days, I often find that we are drowning in information. What I mean by this is that there are so many books, articles, videos, and tips floating around the internet we often do not know which information is scientifically accurate or even where

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  • County Hall Corner: The Pennsylvania Game Breaker0

    Step aside New Hampshire and Iowa; your days of hogging up all the electoral oxygen in the country may be seeing an end. Pennsylvania has become the true battlefield state in the country. California and New York are solidly blue, Texas and Florida are bright red, and our very own Keystone State, the fifth most

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  • Williamsport Sun: June 9, 1928 – Band of Gypsies Rounded Up Here Following Theft0

    Eli Miller, aged 35 and his band of 35 gypsies occupying five large autos, were taken into custody earlier today by members of the police department after a local garage man had reported the theft of $325 in money from him. The automobile dealer was busy on a long-distance telephone call when four of the

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  • Maverick Mania: Tidbits and Trivia from “Top Gun”0

    Since I already did rave reviews of “Top Gun: Maverick” for other local venues, this Webb column honors that crowd-pleasing sequel with background and trivia on both films. The follow-up to the No. 1 box-office hit of 1986, “Maverick,” has already soared past $300 million worldwide, doing so without original director Tony Scott, original co-star

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  • Graduate, Take Heart, and Overcome!0

    The world is a mess. It was a mess yesterday, it’s a mess today, and it will be a mess tomorrow. If anyone tells you differently, they’re selling something. The world has been a mess ever since pride in the human heart decided it didn’t need God. That primal error has resulted in an unending

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  • Summer Heat

    Summer Heat0

    It’s safe to say summer is officially here. These temps have been hot already, and we aren’t even to July and August yet — but I’m ready. I’ve been really looking forward to summer this year, though, which is saying something. I love all the activities of summer, just not the humidity. With my new

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  • Do Something0

    The ominous sky opened up just moments before the Lycoming County Veterans Council was set to begin its annual Memorial Day Service at Williamsport’s West Fourth Street Veterans Memorial Park. Undaunted, the large crowd that had gathered remained in place with umbrellas and rain gear at the ready. They were there to honor and pay

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  • Two Time Blues Music Awarded Texas Artist, Sue Foley, to Grace the Stage At the 2022 Billtown Blues Festival0

    Billtown Blues Association organizers are coming down the home stretch after a year-long preparation for their signature event, the Billtown Blues Festival, now celebrating 32 years of the blues music art form. There will be no deviation from the event’s reputation of securing world-class nationally known performers, exposing those on the cusp, and providing a

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