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  • Media Use Rules Can Benefit Families

    Media Use Rules Can Benefit Families0

    Families spend more time staring at screens than ever before. Thanks to smartphones, tablets, laptops, televisions, and video games, the average person is exposed to various media throughout a typical day. It can be easy to get swept away and spend much more time staring at screens than is healthy. Screen time can adversely affect

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  • Festive Fiesta Flavors: Serve up some spice with fun party dishes

    Festive Fiesta Flavors: Serve up some spice with fun party dishes0

    Make your next fiesta one to remember with colorful decor, festive touches and, perhaps most importantly, unique and mouthwatering recipes that bring guests back for seconds. To achieve the ideal flavors of a fiesta done right, try bringing something new to the table with recipes like these party-pleasing Tortilla Pizzas for a special main dish,

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  • Williamsport Symphony Orchestra — Musical Picture0

    The Williamsport Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Gerardo Edelstein, presents its season finale concert — Musical Pictures — May 15, 2018, at 7:30 pm at the Community Arts Center, Williamsport. The program features pianist Francisco Montero performing Keith Emerson’s Piano Concerto No. 1. A founding member of the progressive rock supergroup Emerson, Lake

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  • Walk MS to be Held at Penn College: Saturday, May 5, 20180

    More than 300 people are expected to raise more than $20,000 at Walk MS: Williamsport on Saturday, May 5, at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Walk MS is an opportunity for people to come together with friends, loved ones, and co-workers to fundraise, connect, and advocate for people affected by MS. Each dollar raised is one

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  • Closing Thoughts for April0

    Happy Spring! Yes, I know the official beginning of the season of rebirth was several weeks ago. However, the weather has been more like December than April soon to be May. I appreciate that every day is a blessing and obviously we can’t change the weather. What a problematic spring sports season on all our

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  • Rockin’ For Life Musical Fundraising Event To be Held April 29 at Valley Inn DuBoistown0

    About 20 years ago, Kevin Gross was severely injured in a motorcycle crash and endured great pain from it. As a result of the attempts to deal with the pain from it, he became addicted to painkillers and spent a long, frustrating struggle trying to free himself from this addiction. One of the things that

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  • County Hall Corner: Cabinet in Your Community0

    A unique event is going to be held in Lycoming County on April 30th at 1:30 PM at the Mary Welch Theater of Lycoming College, 605 Mulberry Street in Williamsport. Six members of Governor Wolf’s cabinet: Jessica Altman, Insurance Commissioner; Dennis Davin, Secretary of Community and Economic Development; Cindy Dunn, Secretary of Conservation and Natural

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  • Waltman Off to Special Start for Warrior Run0

    When Warrior Run’s Madi Waltman entered the circle against Loyalsock, she knew it was going to take a big effort against one of her team’s toughest league foes. Waltman wasn’t just good; she was outstanding throughout the game as the Defenders defeated the Lancers 7-1, after being swept in the previous season. The victory also

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  • Play Ball0

    The 2018 Little League baseball season is in full SWING as many youngsters across our great nation are gearing up for a late summer run. Many local teams had their opening day ceremonies here recently and the madness of hanging out at the ballpark every single night has officially begun. We’ve been playing games for

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  • CasinoEvil III To Be Held At Farrington Place on April 280

    Return to those days of bathtub gin and bootleg liquor and those wild days of the “Roaring Twenties,” as CasinoEvil III, a night of food, spirits, and chance, will be held at Farrington Place, 416 West Third Street, Williamsport, on Saturday, April 28, 2018, from 6:00-11:00 p.m. The fundraiser will benefit the Lycoming County Historical

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  • The Roving Sportsman: Opening Week Tactics0

    It appears that the daytime temperatures are finally reaching a more comfortable level and the snow (I hope!) is gone for the season. Now it’s a matter of double checking our gear, taking a shot or two just to verify the sights are still on, and maybe slipping out for a final morning or two

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  • Expand Your Fish Catching Opportunities0

    Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been writing about how one might go about increasing their fish catching opportunities. Being willing to target a variety of fish species is one way to increase your catch rate, and using a variety of equipment will also add to your numbers. Another possibility I would like to

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  • WASD Among ‘Best Communities for Music Education’

    WASD Among ‘Best Communities for Music Education’0

    Williamsport Area School District has once again been recognized as one of the Best Communities for Music Education from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. This is the 16th time in 17 years that WASD has received the designation, which is awarded to districts that demonstrate outstanding achievement in efforts to

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  • Ingredients for Good Skin0

    Everyone has skin concerns — even my 2-year-old, who is prone to dryness and eczema. Depending on how proactive you are on in addressing those concerns, bear in mind we shed a full layer of skin every seven years, so it’s a good idea to re-evaluate how your skin has improved in some ways, and/or

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  • I Got a Visit …0

    After the Earth Day feature last week, I got a visit from my friend Don. Now, Don has come to see me in the past requesting help to get the word out about an ongoing problem in the area. That problem is trash. See, Don lives on the outskirts and between where he lives and

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  • Not Keen to the Club Scene0

    Some of you lucky elders out there may have been part of the famed Mickey Mouse Club. We won’t mention how long ago that actually was. But I will say Annette Funicello was probably one reason a few males signed up. I am here to report that I’ve been club less for quite a long

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  • Event To Commemorate Hero-Flyer Lost In Area 70 Years Ago1

    On April 26, 1946, a highly decorated World War II pilot, Captain Lawrence Ritter, crashed in a freak snowstorm in the area near Slate Run, in northwestern Lycoming County. He has been virtually forgotten by history, except, of course, to his own family and friends. Three men from the VFW Benefit Center in Lock Haven

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  • In Praise of Leftovers0

    I’m a big fan of restaurants. The ambiance, the delectable fare, snagging a cozy booth for two, where my husband and I can engage in an actual face-to-face conversation — one almost entirely devoid of cell phones. And children. It’s all good. But mostly I like patronizing restaurants because it means I won’t have to

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  • This Week’s LION Cassandra Coleman: Don’t Let Her Age Fool You

    This Week’s LION Cassandra Coleman: Don’t Let Her Age Fool You0

    A unique event is going to be held in Lycoming County on April 30th at 1:30 p.m. at the Mary Welch Theater of Lycoming College, 605 Mulberry Street in Williamsport. For those who read their Webb Weekly cover to cover (as everyone should, of course), it will be evident that this same opening sentence featured

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  • O’Malley Honored0

    (Note: Montoursville’s Tom O’Malley made his Major League debut in 1982 with the San Francisco Giants, and played with the White Sox, Orioles, Rangers, Expos, and Mets during a nine-year MLB career. He then played six seasons in the Japanese Baseball League winning both a regular season MVP award and the Japan Series MVP Award.)

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