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  • County Hall Corner: Three Cheers for Volunteers0

    It is a very rare week when there is not a recognition for some organization or cause that results in a proclamation from the Lycoming County Commissioners. There is no lack of options, as by some counts, there are as many as ten to twelve such proclamations every day, week, and month! It starts with

  • Common Allergy Triggers

    Common Allergy Triggers0

    The human body is a well-oiled machine that is a wonder of biological efficiency when working properly. The body’s immune system is integral to keeping a person healthy, and it does that by recognizing foreign invaders, such as viruses and bacteria, and then launching an attack to eradicate them. Sometimes, however, the body treats outside

  • Transforming Grace0

    This article is the first in a series describing how God changes us from spiritual infants into fully mature spiritual adults who are able to successfully pursue and accomplish God’s purposes. Friend, the call to spiritual maturity is imperative. It is the call to have the mind of Christ and to be holy – even

  • Minimalist Makeup0

    Beauty trends come and go, but accentuating your authentic, natural features, aka looking like your best self, never goes out of style — which is precisely where minimalist makeup comes in. Minimalist makeup is a mix of skincare, no-makeup makeup, as well as using fewer products in a smarter way. Think skin-perfecting tinted moisturizers, foolproof

  • Four Keys to Effective Communication0

    A number of years ago, I was shopping at a local grocery store after work. I wanted to pick up a few items, including ingredients for a butter chicken recipe. The list included naan bread, a very common flatbread often associated with Indian, Western Asian, or Caribbean food. You can find it at pretty much

  • The Neighborhood Bear is Back Smarter than Ever0

    Springtime brings the return of the Pennsylvania black bear to many neighborhoods across the West Branch Valley. They are looking for a quick and easy meal, whether it be from a bird feeder, garbage can, picnic basket, or whatever they find appetizing that day. This was the case in my neighborhood last week, as there

  • Let’s Go Do Something0

    If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a hundred times. If you claim there is nothing to do around here, you aren’t even trying. I haven’t done one of these in a while, so let’s run through some upcoming local activities, because there is little in the world I enjoy more than being right.

  • Area Episcopal Churches Welcome New Honeybee Hives on Earth Day

    Area Episcopal Churches Welcome New Honeybee Hives on Earth Day0

    In 2022, Trinity Episcopal Pro-Cathedral (844 West Fourth Street, Williamsport) made a commitment to step outside their church walls and seek more direct ways to empower its neighbors to thrive. The church built a community garden and began a pollinator program. Non-stinging bee houses were hung outside the church, and a honeybee hive was placed

  • Skin Barrier Guide0

    From my journey through skincare and beauty, I’ve come to realize that good skin health is all about a robust skin barrier. The skin barrier is the outermost part of the epidermis, acting like a wall with skin cells as bricks and mortar of essential nutrients like cholesterol, ceramides, and fatty acids. Our skin barrier

  • Williamsport Sun: April 20,1915 – Anti-Noise Bill Hard On Al Trowbridge’s Pretzel Business0

    The anti-noise ordinance introduced yesterday at the request of Mayor Stabler will be hard on the business of Al Trowbridge, the soft pretzel vendor who occupies a stand near the corner of West Third and Pine streets and also peddles his ware on other streets. Al is a well-known character whose shouts of barter are

  • Water Hazards

    Water Hazards0

    I am thankful to be at Lycoming. This is my second stint as the Warrior’s Golf Coach. I took a five-year hiatus after my mid-life crisis. I was with the team from 2001 to 2015. I stepped away to focus on other side hustles. They were extremely fun while they lasted. I got the call

  • Getting the Most Out of Retirement0

    Part 3 As I mentioned in previous installments of this article, there are some characteristics that, in my opinion, are key factors in maximizing one’s quality of life in later years. I have already discussed the idea that the definitions of happiness and direction vary from person to person and that people should live in

  • Humble Pie0

    This past Easter Sunday provided the Lowery clan with a most enjoyable get-together, the first such group opportunity since Christmas. The downstate trip included great conversation and catch-up, a tasty spread, and some backyard cornhole competition. Sprinkled in was a vast array of tempting cakes, pies, and sweet treat desserts. Not on the menu was

  • There Is a God; You’re Not Him0

    I know the title I chose for this week is offensive to some. I understand. Frankly, it’s a bit offensive to me. Something within the heart of every one of us wants to believe that we are the top. That we are the masters of our own destinies. That we can define our own morality.

  • Skills USA Holds Recent Community Health Clinic0

    Community health screenings are an important tool in preventive medicine, and it is with this in mind that students from Skills USA, at Central Mountain High School, held a Community Health Clinic in Mill Hall recently. The screenings included a series of pre-health screenings such as vital signs, blood sugar, blood pressure, and more! All

  • County Hall Corner: April Anniversaries0

    April is a special month for me as a writer for Webb Weekly. It was in April of 2014 that I wrote my first article, a LION (Leader in our Neighborhood), on Kathy Fenstamaker, a mother who hosted headbanger bands for young people. For the next two years, I wrote over 80 columns on all

  • Produce Shopping on a Budget 5 strategies to save on fresh fruits and veggies0

    Cooking meals that bring your loved ones joy is often objective No. 1 but creating those flavorful favorites on an appropriate budget is an important aspect of well-rounded, family-friendly recipes. A few simple steps, like developing good grocery shopping habits, can put smiles on hungry faces without leaving a dent in your finances. Consider these

  • Pennsylvania’s Trout0

    Trout season is now well underway in our state, and a good number of anglers are pursuing a variety of trout species in lakes and streams. When it comes to trout fishing in Pennsylvania, the most commonly caught trout will be rainbows, browns, and brookies, and for good reason — they are the ones most

  • Inaugural ‘Rotorfest’ Takes Flight at Penn College

    Inaugural ‘Rotorfest’ Takes Flight at Penn College0

    With eyes on the sky and a wide range of career options, Pennsylvania College of Technology’s emergency management & homeland security major staged its inaugural Wildcat Rotorfest on April 11. With an ideal spring day as a backdrop, the event showcased a variety of emergency response vehicles – including helicopters and ground-support vehicles – for

  • The Roving Sportsman… Check Your Vest0

    With just over a week remaining until the opening day of Spring Gobbler season, take a few minutes now to check all the gear you carry in your turkey hunting vest. When it comes to hunting, there is probably no segment of hunters that is more eager to have the “latest gadgets and gear” than


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