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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Back-to-School Meals in Minutes: Mexican menu ideas for simple family dinners0

    When the school year is back in full swing, families often find themselves battling the mealtime crunch. Mexican-inspired meals bursting with flavor are known family-friendly picks that can be easily prepared and put on the table on those frenzied weeknights. These simple ideas from the experts at Ortega can help make “taco night” and other

  • The Roving Sportsman… 2018 Shooting Expo0

    In their seventh year of presenting this event, National Sporting Goods of Jersey Shore, PA is proud to offer FREE admission and FREE parking for the 2018 Shooting Expo at the Consolidated Sportsman’s Association. It will be held on Saturday, September 22nd from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. There is no age limit to attend,

  • Fridge Fiasco0

    • Arts
    • September 12, 2018

    We have an old refrigerator in our garage — one that migrated there when we remodeled our kitchen some time ago and it was no longer deemed efficient, never mind fashionable. Granted, it’s an oversized beast whose shelves are a tad unstable and whose exterior was all the rage in 1989, but because the universe

  • Whiskey A Go-Go Fundraiser: For Preservation Williamsport – Friday, September 210

    Get out those Go-Go boots, the Nehru jackets, Beatle boots, bell bottoms, and mini-skirts, and be a part of the Whiskey A Go-Go fundraiser for Preservation Williamsport to be held at Park Place (the old Park Home) 800 West Fourth Street, Friday evening, September 21 beginning at 7:07 p.m., which is the time of that

  • Elk Hunting and Viewing0

    There’s little doubt that deer hunting in Pennsylvania is a big deal; maybe not as big as it once was, but still, it’s our most sought-after game species. As the various deer seasons approach, the excitement grows — as does the preparation — pre-season scouting, gun cleaning, practice with the bow, and a number of

  • Mari Houseknecht on Pace for an Outstanding Season With the Lancers0

    It’s always a difficult challenge to make your first varsity start as a young competitor. Try making it the first start of your career, and it’s easy to see how special the start to Loyalsock’s Mari Houseknecht’s career has been. Loyalsock coach Ben Comfort kept tabs on Houseknecht all through the offseason, waiting for her

  • Summer Hair Rehab0

    • Arts
    • September 11, 2018

    Even though the weather is still warm and sunny, the dog days of summer are officially over. While you may have protected your skin with sunscreen during the warmer months, your hair may have taken some damage. With chlorine in pools, salt and sand at the beach, and just more exposure to UV rays, hair

  • Seventeen Years and Sixteen Days0

    It doesn’t seem like that long ago that President George W. Bush attended the Little League World Series. The former president is a huge baseball fan, and at one time even owned the Texas Rangers. He was as excited about visiting the Little League World Series as the players who were participating. It was a

  • Never Forget0

    “Do not despair of our present difficulties but believe always in the promise and greatness of America, because nothing is inevitable here. Americans never quit. We never surrender.” ~ John McCain Tuesday will mark the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks on the US. After you enjoy your long weekend with friends and family,

  • 17th 9-11 Memorial Coalition Motorcycle Ride To Take Place Tuesday, September 11

    17th 9-11 Memorial Coalition Motorcycle Ride To Take Place Tuesday, September 110

    The presentation of a donated drone to local law enforcement officials, and remarks from a former combat Medevac pilot as a guest speaker, are among the highlights of this year’s 17th Annual 9-11 Memorial Motorcycle Ride, which will take place on the roads of Lycoming County this coming Tuesday, September 11. Sara Christiansen, a former

  • “September Swing” Swing Dance Event This Saturday, September 80

    • Arts
    • September 5, 2018

    If you enjoy the Swing Music of Miller, Goodman, Shaw, Dorsey, and others and like seeing Swing Dancers in action then the “September Swing” event at the Midtown Landing Parking area directly behind Trade and Transit II in downtown Williamsport, this Saturday, September 8, beginning at 7 p.m. is the thing for you. Bring a

  • Cutters End of Season Award Winners0

    The Williamsport Crosscutters announced their 2018 Award Winners in pregame ceremonies prior to the final game of the season on September 3.The following players were honored; UPMC Susquehanna Most Valuable Player – C Rafael Marchan Rankin Johnson Pitcher of the Year – RHP Rafael Carvajal Max & Alta Border Community Service Award – OF Danny

  • What About Perch?0

    We fishermen talk a lot about catching all kinds of fish including trout, bass, walleyes, crappies, bluegills and even catfish but we don’t often hear of anyone going out to specifically target yellow perch. Like a lot of other lake fishermen who pursue panfish, we will catch our share of perch while chasing after other

  • Outfit Mistakes at Work0

    • Arts
    • September 5, 2018

    Many young people are preparing to enter the full-time workforce. While this transition into adulthood has many challenges, one that may not be so obvious is building your new work wardrobe. As an experienced 9-to-5er, I’ve been able to develop a solid array of office wear; however, even the most veteran of employees can make

  • The Beverage Barn.

    The Beverage Barn.0

    First and foremost, I would like to congratulate my friends at Little League International on their recent successes. The 2018 Little World Series was off the charts, and I wanted to say thanks for another great experience. Jensen and I made it over to a Lamade and Volunteer on a number of occasions. He is

  • James V. Brown Library Offers Back-to-School Resources0

    As the first day of school approaches, is your child prepared for the academic year? Libraries across Pennsylvania grow students’ school readiness social, cognitive and emotional skills. The James V. Brown Library, 19 E. Fourth St., offers year-round story times and early literacy programs to help preschoolers with transitioning. “Coming to our story times can

  • The Roving Sportsman… A Side Trip to the Netherlands0

    When Geoff Farmer invited me to join him and Sandy Greener in the United Kingdom for a couple of weeks of sporting clays shooting and traveling the countryside, he included a proposed sojourn to the Netherlands to shoot in a 4-day Grand Prix Competition. It all sounded great, and the trip to the Netherlands would

  • Milton Harvest Festival Celebrates 42nd Year0

    The Milton Harvest Festival opens its 42nd year with the Tomato Bowl football game on Friday night at Milton Alumni Football Stadium. The event continues with arts, crafts, food and fun on Saturday, September 8th and the 15th as Broadway and Bound avenues, in downtown Milton, are closed for the events. The Festival closes on

  • ‘Attend Today, Achieve Tomorrow’: WASD Joins National Campaign to Promote School Attendance0

    A recent amendment to the Pennsylvania School Code on student attendance has Williamsport Area School District answering the call to join in on a national campaign to raise awareness against chronic absenteeism. And the timing is just right. September is national Attendance Awareness Month, and the district is teaming up with the Count Us In

  • County Hall Corner: Here Comes da Flood0

    Psychologists tell us that our mind cannot hold two contrary thoughts in our mind and believe that both are true. But, unfortunately, many homeowners in our area must do just that very thing. Here it goes — a person knows they cannot afford flood insurance for their home, and they also know that there is


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