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South Williamsport, PA
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  • Wheeland to Host Senior Fair Thursday, Aug. 300

    Rep. Jeff C. Wheeland (R-Lycoming) announced he will host his annual Senior Fair on Thursday, Aug. 30, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Old Lycoming Township Fire Hall, 1600 Dewey Ave., Williamsport. “This is a great opportunity for you to visit with my staff and me and get information on many state and

  • Did You Know?0

    According to the National Sleep Foundation, certain foods may help people fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly while others may compromise a person’s ability to enjoy a restful night’s sleep. In lieu of white bread, refined pastas and sugar-laden baked goods, all of which can reduce serotonin levels, the NSF recommends whole grains. The

  • Annual Williamsport Welcomes the World Set for August 24; 2018 Hall of Fame Inductee Vladimir Guerrero to Attend0

    The 9th Annual Williamsport Welcomes the World Street Festival in Downtown Williamsport will be held on Friday, August 24th from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The streets in the Central Business district between Market and Hepburn streets on West Fourth Street will close to traffic in order to accommodate the four-hour celebration. There will be

  • Fashion Mistakes0

    Let’s be honest — we all have outfits we look back on with a slight pang of regret. We’ve definitely held onto pieces a little too long or tried trends that didn’t work out. No one is perfect, especially when figuring out personal style through trial and error. There is a silver lining to making

  • It’s About the KIDS0

    I would personally like to congratulate the 16 teams who made it all the way to Williamsport for the 2018 Little League World Series. This is the best time of year as my lovely backyard provides the perfect backdrop to one of the greatest sporting events on the docket. I love the entire tournament, and

  • When Getting Your Child Prepared to Head Back to School, Don’t Forget Their Physical Exam0

    Preparing your child to go back to school can be a hectic process. In the midst of buying new clothes and school supplies, it is important to remember that scheduling a back-to-school physical exam is one of the most important things you can do to ensure your child is ready to begin the upcoming year.

  • Why This Oasis Happened to Dry Up0

    The song was so long and drawn out that even the artists who produced it expected to have the introduction edited, but because their status in Britain was so huge at the time, nobody asked. Maybe it helped that there were references to the Beatles in it (“The fool on the Hill,” and “I Feel

  • Habitat Improvement: Food Plots0

    One of the most frequently used methods of creating a better habitat, usually in the form of a food source, is the establishment of a food plot, or perhaps, multiple food plots. The size, shape and location of any food plot are determined by topography, water sources and often the proximity of property boundaries. Consulting

  • Factors to Consider When Choosing and Applying Mulch0

    Homeowners may associate mulch with springtime lawn and garden care, but mulching in fall can benefit a lawn as well. According to the Morton Arboretum in Illinois, mulch protects roots against extreme temperatures, and not just those associated with summer heat waves. Mulch is often connected with its ability to help soil retain moisture during

  • County Hall Corner: The Big “C”0

    I now have reached the Big C — the centennial article on my coverage of Lycoming County’s government in action. It has taken over 40 months, attendance in a couple of hundred meetings, engagement in hundreds more private meetings, and discussions with individuals and small groups, to ultimately produce these 100 articles for Webb Weekly’s


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