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280 Kane St. STE #2
South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • Keep Safe This Holiday Season and Avoid Medical Mishaps0

    The holiday season might not be the most hazardous time of the year, but there is an uptick in safety concerns during this season of festivity and fun. Components of the holiday season such as decorating, shopping, celebrating, and traveling, carry some risk. The National Fire Protection Association says 30 percent of all home fires

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  • Outdoors with Ken Hunter… What Color is a Deer?0

    When I was just a young fella, my grandfather would take me hunting with him. His way of hunting deer was to hit the woods at a steady stride and cover as many miles as possible in a single day. Every mile or so he would suddenly stop and point and say, “There goes one.”

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  • How to Cut Back on Holiday Waste0

    The holiday season is a joyful time of year. But the weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day also tend to be very wasteful. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that household waste increases by more than 25 percent during the holiday season. Reducing waste come the holiday season does not mean celebrants have to

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: December 11, 1945 – Food Handlers of City to be Given X-rays Annually0

    Upon motion of the Williamsport Board of Health, at its December meeting yesterday afternoon, the use of health certificates was deferred for a period of 90 days or longer pending installation of an X-ray machine by the Lycoming County Tuberculosis Society, which will cooperate with the city in annually examining 1,000 local food and meat

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  • Webb Weekly Gem of the Week… Loyalsock Looks Primed for Another Successful Season Under Insinger0

    A big season for Loyalsock kicked off with its annual “Meet the Lancers” night as the team hosted Sayre for a preseason scrimmage. The Lancers displayed their quickness throughout the five-quarter game, winning each quarter and pulling away through the final two for double-digit wins. The game was characteristic of a Loyalsock win. The Lancers

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  • Local Blue Star Mothers To Participate In Wreaths Across America Event On Saturday, December 160

    A special Christmastime salute to deceased veterans will take place this Saturday, December 16, when the Blue Star Mothers of America participate in a nationwide effort called “Wreaths Across America.” The local chapter, North Central Pennsylvania 12 Chapter, will also be participating and will hold its event at 10 a.m. at Wildwood Cemetery. As volunteers

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  • Calling the Game0

    The winter high school sports season gets underway in full swing this week. As a prelude, the high school athletic director was addressing an assemblage of parents passing on information about their sons’ and daughters’ participation. As he concluded, he offered this piece of advice, “Remember,” he said, “winter sports are played indoors, and your

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  • Christmas Commerce0

    Well, the Christmas season is definitely in full swing around our area. My barometer is always the traffic on the Golden Strip and how many folks are getting their Christmas tree at Tebbs on Four Mile Drive. Robin and the ladies have the place looking better than ever! I love the new sign; the pre-drilled

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  • Christmas is Coming…0

    Seriously y’all, I think I need an intervention. Maybe it’s the weather? Or it could be pure procrastination in its purest form, but I have accomplished next to nothing as far as the holidays are concerned. But, whether or not I am aboard the Polar Express the train to Christmastown keeps moving! I’ll get on

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  • The Bookworm’s Gift Guide!0

    Finally – your holiday shopping is DONE. Well, except for… um, and for…. and okay, you’re not really done. Everybody, you included, has that one certain person on the gift list who’s hard to buy for and another certain person who’s really fussy, and a Grandma who has everything. You know who they are, so

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  • 15th Salvation Army Festival of Trees To be Held Friday, December 8 At Lycoming Mall0

    For the 15th time an event that helps brighten the holiday landscape and raise money to benefit the local Salvation Army will take place this Friday, December 8 at 7 p.m. at the Lycoming Mall. These beautifully decorated trees will not only beautify and make the shopping experience for Christmas shoppers more aesthetically pleasing and

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  • The Jaded Eye … Writer Retrospect0

    There aren’t back issues of Webb Weekly stacked in piles like cordwood around my house like Car and Driver or Road and Track. The auto periodicals stay put. The papers go to the recycling center, as God intended. That doesn’t mean I don’t remember some past writers that penned their way into your hearts the

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  • Grit: December 4, 1966 – City Motorists Find Deck Parking to Their Liking0

    In the three days Williamsport’s Midtown Parking Deck has been in operation 1,020 vehicles have made use of it with what Charles A. Szybist, executive director of the Williamsport Parking Authority last night termed, “a high degree of success.” The daily breakdown was: Saturday, 540, Friday, 404 and Thursday, (from 1p.m. to 10 p.m.) 76.

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  • A Ringing Remembrance0

    The most wonderful time of year is underway up and down the West Branch Valley. To say it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas is an understatement. It is great, in the world of today, that our area still has so much Christmas spirit and a great understanding of the reason for the season.

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  • So You Want to be President …0

    I don’t know about you, but I’m not ready for the Arctic air or the holiday shopping season. We enjoyed some beautiful Autumn weather; hopefully, Mother Nature is not giving us a preview of the winter ahead. Yes, I know I should be better prepared for the official kick-off to the holiday hustle and bustle

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  • One Long Season to Remember?0

    What an amazing time of year if you’re a sports fan. There is something going on for everyone — provided you are interested in athletic competition. On the professional sports scene all four major sports can be found in season, sometimes all competing on the same day. Major League Baseball is wrapping up their Fall

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  • “You Should Be Here”0

    Happy Halloween! Make sure you watch out for all trick-or-treaters young and old. Parents, please check all the candy and goodies, besides that’s the best part of being a dad during Halloween. My kids wondered why I only checked the Kit Kats and Snickers. This week is my favorite from publisher picture of the year.

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  • Under the October Sky0

    The third Saturday in October can mean just one thing in these parts — the Mummers’ Parade in Southside. Hard for me to believe this year marks the 72nd anniversary of the Autumn event. It seems like only yesterday I couldn’t wait for the parade to begin and to gather up all the candy possible.

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  • Great Job Gabe Sinicropi0

    Tip of the Williamsport Crosscutters cap to Crosscutters Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations, Gabe Sinicropi. Gabe has 30 seasons of minor league baseball experience, and has been with the Williamsport franchise since it moved into Historic Bowman Field in 1994. Wow! Have things changed at the ballpark since then. He was recently honored

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  • An Act of Evil0

    Our publication had already gone to press prior to the horrific act that took place in Las Vegas. So first I would like to express our heartfelt thoughts of sympathy and prayers for the victims, families, and their loved ones of this senseless act of violence. The most asked question about the attack is simply,

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