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  • Emotions0

    I appreciate all of the love. Wow. These past few weeks have been incredible. I want to congratulate the entire NEUMANN NATION. Making it all the way to Hershey to compete for a state title was a lot of fun. My phone continues to blow up, and my inbox is full. You wouldn’t believe the

  • The Roving Sportsman… Wet a Line, Throw Some Lead, or Simply Take a Hike!0

    Congratulations! You live in Lycoming County or perhaps one of the surrounding counties. Or maybe you are a frequent traveler who comes to our neck of the woods to enjoy what this “slice of Heaven” of Northcentral Pennsylvania has to offer. In any case, if you are into the outdoors, welcome to Paradise! Throughout my

  • Three Athletes at Loyalsock Township High School Sign Letters of Intent to Play in the MAC0

    Hannah Winter, Mia Patterson and Mallory Rodarmel from Loyalsock Township High School signed their letters of intent to play in the MAC next year. Hannah Winter plans to play softball at Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, PA, where she will be studying nursing.“Hannah is a talented, hardworking, and humble player that is always looking to improve

  • Uptown Music Collective brings “All Things Must Pass” to Community Theatre League

    Uptown Music Collective brings “All Things Must Pass” to Community Theatre League0

    On March 10th, 11th, and 12th, the Uptown Music Collective returns to the Community Theatre League in downtown Williamsport to present All Things Must Pass: The Solo Works of The Beatles. This performance will feature the music from the solo careers of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr after the dissolution of

  • Montoursville Wins Flag Football Championship

    Montoursville Wins Flag Football Championship0

    Montoursville won the Winter Flag Football Championship at the Liberty Arena with an 8-2 record. The Warriors beat Loyalsock in the semi-finals 56-16, then defeated Impact Advertising of Montoursville, 42-14 in the final. Pictured are: Front Row – Ethan Emert, Ryder Kleinman, Reid Francis, Parker Kilbourn, Zac George. 2nd Row – Emerson Eck, Talon Steele,

  • Bringing Bower Basketball Back0

    If you happened to pass by the Curtin Middle School last Saturday, you might have heard a familiar sound from the past emanating from that old familiar educational landmark. If you thought you were hearing things or might want to experience it for yourself, stop by again this Saturday. At a time when some are

  • STEP Offers Pathways to Success

    STEP Offers Pathways to Success0

    According to their website, the Lycoming-Clinton Counties Commission for Community Action (STEP), Inc. is a private, nonprofit Community Action Agency and was incorporated in 1966. STEP stands for Success Through Engagement and Partnership. STEP’s mission is to engage diverse individuals, families, and communities in the pursuit of social and economic success. STEP accomplishes its mission

  • Uptown Music Collective Sets Fundraising Concert Tribute To 80’s Hair Bands January 29 at Community Arts Center0

    1980s rock bands that were known as “Hair Bands” such as Van Halen, Mötley Crüe, Guns and Roses and Poison, just to name a few, will be saluted by the Uptown Music Collective in a fundraising concert to be presented at the Community Arts Center on Saturday, January 29, 2022, beginning at 7:30 p.m. This

  • The MAGIC Dome0

    This past week, my 12-year-old son asked if I would take him and a buddy to the Loyalsock and Williamsport game. I checked my schedule, and we were scheduled for an early practice. I was thinking about doing some scouting but eventually caved. We loaded up the Jeep and made a quick stop in the

  • Hopefully, a Happy New Year!0

    In the days leading up to Christmas, Jim Webb and Steph Nordstrom gathered the Webb Weekly team for a holiday luncheon. It has been an annual tradition since the publication was begun nearly 20 years ago. The pandemic wiped out the event last year, so it was nice to once again have an opportunity to

  • The Local Hoops Scene

    The Local Hoops Scene0

    Sitting in the front seat of a yellow school bus on a backcountry road. We are on our way to State College to play St. Joe’s. My guys are awfully quiet. They are all listening to their music and thinking about the game. I just looked back to see some smiles, and one of my

  • Another Season Begins with the Best of Holiday Hoops0

    Just in the Saint Nick of time, the high school basketball season has returned in full swing. If you’re like me, you need to get out of the house on these long dark nights. Go cheer on your favorite team. If you can’t make it to the game or live out of town, Webb Weekly

  • 80 Years Ago: The Pearl Harbor Christmas of 19410

    Eighty years ago, in 1941, three weeks before Christmas, the United States was “suddenly and deliberately attacked” in a sneak attack by the Japanese at Pearl Harbor, plunging us into an unwanted war. What was supposed to be another routine Christmas holiday season was changed utterly by this. People in the Williamsport area and then

  • Renee Flock, mother, Nicholas Barone, Frank Barone, father.

    Renee Flock, mother, Nicholas Barone, Frank Barone, father.0

    Loyalsock Township’s Nicholas Barone signs his National Letter of Intent with Virginia Tech Nicholas Barone signed his National Letter of Intent to play baseball with the Virginia Tech Hokies! “It was a childhood dream coming to reality; It felt like all of my hard work had finally paid off,” says Nick about signing with Virginia

  • Placekicking Plankenhorn

    Placekicking Plankenhorn0

    Football old-timers may remember the story. During the 1970s Garo Yepremian, of Armenia descent, was a kicker for the Detroit Lions. He had never seen a professional football game before he suited up with the Lions. In his first game, he kicked a last-second game-winning extra point. As he ran off the field with his

  • Uptown Music Collective Kicks Off Performance Season With ‘70’s Radio Hits0

    There is a new radio station in town that will be “on-air” for one weekend only! The Uptown Music Collective, the area’s premier nonprofit school of music, is set to kick off their 2021-2022 Performance Season at the Community Arts Center by presenting WUMC: FM Radio Hits of the ‘70’s. The show will run on

  • Ghostly and Ghoulish Happenings and Halloween Safety Tips0

    It is that magical and frightful time when the little ghouls and goblins dwell among us to celebrate the Halloween season. There are various Halloween-themed activities that these Halloweeners can participate in. Trick-or-Treat hours are also set for various area municipalities. Locally, some areas are holding trick-or-treating on Halloween, others have chosen to move it


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