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  • Williamsport Sun: December 13, 1952 – First Salvation Army Kettles Were to Aid Shipwrecked Sailors0

    Annually, for more than 50 years, Salvation Army volunteers have stood on the streets of Williamsport in the cold, windy weather attending Christmas kettles. Three generations, perhaps four, have grown accustomed to this Christmas scene. They know that once the Salvation Army has put out its kettles or Christmas chimneys, the temperature has never dropped

  • Christmas Fluffy Santa Slime

    Christmas Fluffy Santa Slime0

    Today we’re going to show you how to make this super fluffy Santa slime for Christmas. This Santa mason jar would make a fun gift for the slime fan or simply use it to store the slime when you’re done playing with it! If you’re looking for some Christmas activities to do with your kids

  • The Roving Sportsman… Plan Now for Springtime Planting0

    In less than two weeks, the official start of winter — December 21 to be exact — will be upon us. As winter weather settles in and spending time by the fireplace becomes a much more enjoyable pastime, you might want to take time to focus your attention on some springtime activities in order to

  • The Bookworm Sez: Gift Guide 2021 – Part 20

    You knew this was coming. You knew that you were going to have to finish your holiday shopping soon but it snuck up on you, didn’t it? And even if you’re close to being done, there are always those three or five people who are impossible to buy for, right? Remember this, though: books are

  • Pennsylvania Whitetails0

    I’ll have to admit that when it comes to trying to figure out how or what the whitetail deer population is in the state of Pennsylvania, it can be really interesting depending on who you are talking to or what you are basing your estimates on. For example, if you are counting road kills, you

  • Foundation0

    Few things are more infuriating to shop for than foundation. The wrong shade can read too light, or dark, or orangey. It can slip and slide, create annoying streaks, it can magnify shine, or exacerbate dryness, and you usually don’t figure out these defects until after you’ve paid for it and worn it for a

  • My DAWGS0

    Hats off to my friends from Jersey Shore. It was another amazing and unforgettable run. I know it hurts being nipped in the semis, but the Bulldogs should keep their heads high. They were a joy to cover this entire season. I enjoyed getting to watch and know some of their coaches and players. I

  • Delightful Dishes to Dazzle Holiday Guests0

    Entertaining guests during the holidays isn’t just about a main course that calls all to the table. What often makes a festive gathering more fruitful is a spread of delicious appetizers, delightful drinks and divine desserts that keep loved ones coming back to the kitchen for more. For appetizing dishes from the first guest at

  • Inside the Dog House0

    It is a team sport playoff fact of life — unless a team wins its final game, its season concludes with a loss. Such was the ultimate fate of the 2021 Jersey Shore Bulldogs; however, the reality of its 41-16 defeat at the hands of state powerhouse Aliquippa was more about the championship caliber of

  • May Your Days be Merry and Bright0

    I have to say that Christmas lights are just one of those things that make me genuinely happy. I can’t help but pass a house full of Christmas lights and smile. I know I told you all the first Christmas that I started writing that when I was four years old, we moved to Roosevelt

  • Jersey Shore Bulldog Coach Tom Gravish Looks Back on Terrific 2021 Football Season0

    The Jersey Shore Bulldog football team has just completed one of the most memorable and productive seasons in its long, proud history. They bowed unfortunately to Aliquippa in the PIAA state semi-final game. Still, this loss does nothing to diminish the accomplishments of the fine young men of the Bulldog football program and their coach,

  • 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

  • Former Williamsport Mets Manager Bill Virdon Died Recently0

    Several weeks ago, news was received of the death of former Pirate, Yankees, and Astros manager Bill Virdon at the age of 90. Virdon has a strong Williamsport connection. He managed the 1966 Williamsport Mets, and later his grandson played for the Williamsport Crosscutters. Virdon was an accomplished major league player in his own right.

  • County Hall Corner: The Ticking Bomb0

    COVID continues to be our national nuisance, but there is a monster of a menace that is more harmful in the long run than this pesky pandemic. It’s like that ticking bomb that appears in so many dramatic television programs or Hollywood films where the hero is trying to figure out how to defuse this

  • The Culvert Pipe Buck0

    Several years ago, I mentioned the culvert pipe buck in a Webb article and promised that someday I would tell the story. Well, I’ve been stuck in COVID quarantine for ten days during deer season. I can’t think of a better time than now to keep my promise! The year was 1993. A new hunting

  • Dawg Gone Good0

    What an absolutely amazing job Jersey Shore High School Football Head Coach Tom Gravish has done in building a football dynasty in Bulldogland. I have known my whole football lifetime that the Dawgs should be hanging championships on a regular basis, as have most football folks in our area. I don’t know if anybody could

  • Something Has Got to Change0

    “Be kind to people and don’t judge, for you do not know what demons they carry and what battles they are fighting.” ~ Vashti Quiroz-Vega Typically, this time of year, I try to avoid ‘heavy’ subjects. It’s the Holiday Season, after all! But in light of recent events in our area, I just can’t. Because

  • 19th Salvation Army Festival of Trees Auction Friday, December 100

    One of the most enduring and venerable Christmas traditions is the decorated Christmas tree. It is part of most families’ and many businesses’ Christmastime experience. For the past 19 years, as an exciting and unique fundraiser, the Williamsport Salvation Army has held an annual Festival of Trees at the Lycoming Mall utilizing an auction of

  • The Annual Pajama Factory Holiday Market is Back and Scheduled for December 11th0

    Only a few days away, we are gearing up for our annual Pajama Factory Holiday Market, a Williamsport tradition which is back in a big way. This event promises to get you in the merriest of moods with an atmosphere full of both the holiday spirit and the most unique gifts. The event will take

  • Are You $erious?0

    As I sleepily headed to the kitchen for some breakfast, Jean’s voice from an adjacent room asked, “Do we have any batteries for the TV remote? I think you wore them out yesterday.” Guilty as charged. On that ‘Small Business Saturday,’ we had patronized a few local shops before heading home just in time to


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