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280 Kane St. STE #2
South Williamsport, PA
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"All of the Webb family is so sorry to hear about the passing of Gerry Ayers. Gerry was a Webb Weekly favorite and he will be missed dearly. Our thoughts, prayers and condolences go out to his entire family. We will have more about Gerry and his life that he lived to the fullest in the November 28th edition."
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Latest Articles

  • The Roving Sportsman… Oh, Well…0

    In the last weeks of our spring gobbler season here in Pennsylvania I was pretty convinced that the population of birds, at least in the areas where I would frequently hunt, had been slowly decreasing over the last few years. Sure, I was happy for several hunters I knew that had reported a successful season

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  • Late Season Gobbler Success

    Late Season Gobbler Success0

    While success came late in this spring’s gobbler season, it certainly came early in my granddaughter’s turkey hunting career. With the season winding down, my granddaughter, Sierra Hornberger, just bagged her first gobbler last Wednesday afternoon. Sierra, now 21, has only ever hunted spring gobblers a couple of other times. Several years ago I called

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  • Motherhood Anew0

    When I first became a mother, it felt as though time stood still, my days and nights never-ending, woven together into an unfamiliar tapestry that defined my upended world. I remember thinking the infant stage would endure forever and that I would surely be driven mad in the process. Sleep was a commodity I craved

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  • Retirement Saving Tips for Late Starters

    Retirement Saving Tips for Late Starters0

    Despite countless television ads touting the virtues of retirement planning, it seems many people are not getting the message. According to a survey from GOBBankingRates.com, one-third of Americans have nothing saved for retirement. The picture is not any rosier in Canada, where Statistics Canada reports that just 65.2 percent of the country’s 14 million households

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  • If You Can’t Stand Up, You Can Still Stand Out, Part 10

    During my stint as a creative writing instructor at the JV Brown library a few winters ago, I posed a challenging question to my young students. Actually, I gave them a hypothetical story and asked them to write me a follow-up story on where it would all end up. I was curious to not only

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  • Perfect Dress and Shoe Combinations0

    If there’s one thing that warmer weather brings on in full force, it’s dresses! From a green floral tea-length dress to polka-dot wraps, it seems we’re all a little obsessed with wearing a fun and flattering frock once the weather finally warms up. And what goes best with a summer-fun dress? Strappy statement sandals! Or

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  • The Benefits of Shopping Farmers Markets

    The Benefits of Shopping Farmers Markets0

    Farmers markets have grown in popularity in recent years. Nowadays, consumers interested in farmers markets can likely find one near their homes whether those homes are in rural communities, the suburbs or bustling cities. People who have never before shopped farmers markets may be curious as to why many people find them so appealing. The

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  • Annual Way’s Garden Art Show Sunday, June 100

    One of Williamsport’s greatest civic assets, Way’s Garden, will again be the site of the 62nd Annual Way’s Garden Art Show conducted by the Bald Eagle Art League. Additionally, the Way’s Garden Restoration Committee will use this occasion to help raise funds for its restoration efforts. The event takes place this Sunday, June 10 between

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  • County Hall Corner: School Vigilance, Part 10

    The scourge of school shootings in recent years sends a shudder through every parent with a child in school because it seems that these horrors can hit anytime and anywhere. The worst part of the tragedies is the discovery that the right ‘control measures’ were in place, but somehow, something went wrong. This is because

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  • How to Create More Time for Leisure Time

    How to Create More Time for Leisure Time0

    Few working professionals would likely say they could not use more leisure time. People spend their leisure time in various ways, and many would prefer more time to pursue their passions away from the workplace. While they may not be able to create more time in the day, men and women can take various steps

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  • Golf for Miracles0

    There is only one tournament my lovely bride encourages me to partake in, and I have taken full advantage for the past eight Memorial Day Weekends. My friends and I take an annual road trip to State College to tee it up for the kids. This year’s roster included three of my finest chums and

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  • Congratulations Class of 2018

    Congratulations Class of 20180

    Congratulations to all the graduates of the Class of 2018! Our area is blessed to have so many talented young people; I am amazed by what they accomplish in today’s world. Whether it is academically, musically or athletically there’s more being achieved than ever before. Take a moment to congratulate those special people in your

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  • Grit: May 29, 1960: City Bus Company to Take Over Run to Montoursville1

    Bus service between Williamsport and Montoursville will be operated by the Williamsport Bus Company, beginning Wednesday. The sale of the Lycoming Auto Transit Company, present operator, was approved last week by the Public Utility Commission. The fare for travel between the borough and the city will be 15 cents. Transfers will cost two cents. Montoursville-bound

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  • County Hall Corner: Drug Court: Healing Justice0

    Hardly a regular meeting of the Lycoming County Commissioners goes by without a declaration for “National Something Or Other Day, Week, or Month.” For the occasional visitor to these meetings, it might seem like Much Ado About Nothing, but actually these proclamations serve an important purpose. They call attention to vital services or programs that

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  • 24-Year-Old Man Seeks Kidney Donation2

    Most of us take the proper working of our kidneys for granted, but there are those who can’t, they have damaged kidneys that no longer function properly and some of them are in need of a kidney transplant immediately. One of these is 24-year-old Tucker Gordner. Tucker lives in Montgomery with his mom and stepdad,

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  • Lycoming College for Kids to Be Held on Lyco Campus July 16 to 200

    Once again one of the most unique learning opportunities for students grades 2 to 12 will take place on the campus of Lycoming College when the annual College for Kids youth summer program is held there the week of July 16 to 20. The courses consist of hands-on activities in a variety of subjects including

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  • Tips to Improve Memory

    Tips to Improve Memory0

    Forgetfulness can affect anyone. For example, few, if any, adults can say they have not experienced moments when they could not find their keys. And once the keys are found, people move on without giving much thought to why they did not immediately remember where they left their keys. Isolated incidents where people cannot recall

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  • Brett’s Benefit Fundraiser To Be Held June 3 At Valley Inn0

    On March 10, 2018 Brett George was in a tragic car accident that claimed his life on his way to work on Route 15. Brett was a United States Army Veteran. According to his friends and family, Brett was a wonderful son, father, fiancé (Nicole Counts) and friend. Family and friends are arranging a benefit

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  • Kinnaman, King Dig Deep: Give Lewisburg Clean Sweep of District 4 Tennis Tournaments

    Kinnaman, King Dig Deep: Give Lewisburg Clean Sweep of District 4 Tennis Tournaments0

    As Peter Kinnaman prepared for the District 4 Tennis Doubles Championships he received a text from an old friend giving him some quick advice. The text told Kinnaman to stay aggressive and charge the net throughout the final match of the tournament. Kinnaman, with his partner Drew King, charged the net, stayed aggressive, and gave

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  • 29th Annual Billtown Blues Festival0

    Billtown Blues Association, BBA, organizers for the 29th Annual Billtown Blues Festival have set Sunday, June 10th as the day to celebrate this iconic art form, the blues. The lineup is secured for music to begin at noon and will continue until 11 p.m. at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds in Hughesville. Entrance gates will open

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