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South Williamsport, PA
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  • St. John Neumann Takes Silver in Hershey0

    Though the Golden Knights of St. John Neumann Regional Academy ended their season with a loss of 64-47 to the Bishop Canevin Crusaders of Pittsburgh, they will always be champions in the eyes of the community. Getting a police escort into town, the players and coaches were greeted by hundreds of fans, friends, and family.

  • What a Run0

    I appreciate all the love. This experience has been fun. I am so proud of my guys. They made it to Hershey. Although, we came up a tad short. We left everything out on the court. Bishop Canevan was the real deal. They were as good as advertised. Please let me soak this in. I

  • Planning Ahead is Vital to a Successful Renovation

    Planning Ahead is Vital to a Successful Renovation0

    Remodeling projects are significant undertakings. Homeowners must consider a host of variables before any such project can begin. While planning ahead may take time, it is essential to ensuring successful completion of a renovation project. Consider these pre-renovation planning pointers to help any job go smoothly. Determine your motivation for renovating Renovation projects often involve

  • County Hall Corner: Meet the Candidates – PA Gubernatorial Edition0

    The upcoming Pennsylvania primary on May 17th, just a month and a half from now, will be one of the most difficult for PA voters in some time. The list of candidates is a long one, and even the most seasoned strategists are finding this year’s list daunting. This week we will be looking at

  • Pros and Cons to Open-Concept Homes

    Pros and Cons to Open-Concept Homes0

    Open-concept homes have become increasingly popular in recent years. An open-concept home is one in which the rooms flow into one another with limited obstruction from walls or other barriers. According to the National Association of Home Builders, 84 percent of new single-family homes have fully or partially open layouts. While they may seem like

  • Gazette and Bulletin: March 28, 1921 – Williamsport Hotels to Complete Hotel in Year0

    The Williamsport Hotels Company on Saturday let the contract for the new hotel which is to be erected at the corner of the northwest corner of Fourth and William streets. The general construction was awarded to the W.M. Sutherland Company of St. Louis, Missouri and Erie, Pa. The contracts for the mechanical equipment covering heating

  • Neumann News0

    [Editor’s Note: The following articles are from Neumann News, the newspaper club at St. John Neumann Regional Academy. The goal of Neumann News is, “to inform SJNRA families and students of the school on a variety of different topics including: news, events, sports, opinion, entertainment, and outside current events through the varying perspectives of Neumann

  • Truth in Tension: Truth and Assumptions0

    I remember well a sign my seventh-grade English teacher had posted on the wall in his classroom. In very bold letters, it said, “Never assume. When you do, you make an ass out of u and me.” My fellow Christians, what we assume to be true greatly affects how we treat others. I pray this

  • WAHS SADD Club Wins 1st Place in Statewide Suicide Prevention Video Contest0

    A Williamsport Area High School video produced to help raise awareness on mental health stigmas and suicide prevention received first place in a recent statewide PSA contest conducted by Prevent Suicide PA (PSPA). The video, created by members of the high school’s Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) Club, earned the top spot in the 60-second

  • Adaptive Fashion0

    As we close out March, I wanted to take a moment to recognize that this month hosts various awareness days such as World Hearing Day, International Wheelchair Day, World Down Syndrome Day, and World Kidney Day, to name a few. Disabilities come in many forms, both visible and invisible, and are more common than you

  • Time for an Equipment Check0

    The statewide Pennsylvania trout season begins in just a few days — Saturday, April 2, to be exact. The statewide spring gobbler season starts on Saturday, April 30, and the Youth Hunt for spring gobblers will be held on Saturday, April 23. With those dates in mind, it might be a great time to examine

  • Turmeric for Depression?0

    Major depressive disorder (MDD) can be a debilitating condition for some people and affects more than 16 million adults in the United States. In addition, the World Health Organization has stated that more than 300 million people worldwide suffer from some form of depression. Symptoms may include: – A depressed mood. – Loss of energy.

  • What’s the Best Choice for Opening Day?0

    So, what is the best presentation on the upcoming opening day of our statewide trout season? Well, to be honest, I really don’t know the answer to that question, but before we get into that, there are other scenarios that should be factored in before heading out. High on my list are the water conditions

  • Salads– Love ’em or Hate ’em

    Salads– Love ’em or Hate ’em0

    I didn’t really start enjoying salads until I got older. As a kid, we ate a lot of corn, peas, and mixed veggies, but I didn’t really grow up on tons of fresh produce. My momma, to this day, isn’t a huge salad person. You either love them or hate them, and that’s OK. I

  • 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

  • The Bookworm Sez: “The Fields: A Novel” by Erin Young

    The Bookworm Sez: “The Fields: A Novel” by Erin Young0

    Have you taken your meds yet today? Everybody, it seems, is on something or other: pills for blood pressure, heart health, asthma, or chemo. Pills for your eyes. Pills for your bones. Pink ones for aches, red ones for sinus issues, purple ones for stomach problems, and in the new book “The Fields” by Erin

  • Panfishing: An Alternative to the Opening Day of Trout Season0

    I know, the first day of trout season is when a lot of people get out fishing for the first time since last summer — it’s tradition, you just go on the “first day.” That’s great that a lot of folks often get out with family members to enjoy a day of fishing, but that

  • Shining Moments0

    Calendars throughout the area denoted nothing special about March 18. However, at one anxious building on Penn Street in Williamsport, that third Friday in March was indeed a red-letter day. At about the same time, St. John Neumann Regional Academy graduate Kevin Anderson was taking the floor with his Delaware Blue Hens against Villanova in

  • Signs of Electrical Problems in a Home

    Signs of Electrical Problems in a Home0

    Homeowners know that all sorts of issues can affect a home. Issues can run the gamut from the merely annoying to the unsafe. Electrical issues fall into the latter category, posing a significant safety hazard if left unchecked. According to the home safety experts at UL (formerly known as Underwriters Laboratories), learning to recognize warning

  • Four Take Gold in Hershey0

    By Scott Lowery & Dave Bellomo [Editor’s Note: Whew! We have a whole lotta wrestling to cover this week. We had FOUR local wrestlers bring home State Gold and we want to make sure they get all the attention they deserve! So thank you to Jimmy for giving up his space this week (I’ll also


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