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280 Kane St. STE #2
South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • You Can Do Magic0

    I’ve been spending a great deal of time at my beloved alma mater of late. Yes, I find myself taking a stroll down memory lane every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning. A lot has changed in the past twenty years, but I still get goose bumps whenever I head to the Taj Mahal. It’s grand.

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  • Tickets For Skip Hunsinger Christmas Children’s Spectacular To Be Given Out This Saturday0

    Tickets for what is rapidly becoming a Christmastime tradition in this area will be given out this Saturday, November 4 at the Community Arts Center. Approximately 2,000 tickets for the Skip Hunsinger Christmas Children’s Spectacular beginning at 10 a.m. These tickets will be given out on a first-come-first-served basis. They will be given out until

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  • Postseason Stories Abound in District 4 Area Competitors Take Aim at the Next Level0

    Even as this column drops, the playoff pictures for different sports will either be drastically changed or just about to start. Despite the constant changes, there have been some great stories leading up to each sport’s respective postseason. There have been teams fighting to qualify. There have been outstanding performances. All told, District 4 delivered

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  • Six Tips to Prepare Your Lawn for Winter0

    As days get shorter and temperatures drop, many homeowners overlook their lawns’ needs. Unfortunately, winter can be brutal and make it hard for lawns, trees and shrubs to thrive the following spring. Just like chapped lips and dry skin, plants struggle to find moisture in the winter, too. Symptoms include scorched and dropped leaves, mottling

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  • Simple Sheet Pan Suppers0

    At times, spending hours in the kitchen can be a relaxing, enjoyable experience. However, even for avid home cooks, a busy weeknight isn’t one of those times. Fortunately, solutions like sheet pan suppers make it easy to create dishes with exceptional flavor depth that come together quickly and clean up just as fast. Keeping a

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  • No Heavy Hammer Here0

    One of the urban legends of government spending is the $600 hammer. Immortalized by everyone from late-night comedians to political leaders, the infamous military hammer was simply a bundled purchase with many different spare parts, some very expensive. For bookkeeping purposes, all the items on the list were allocated engineering expenses divided equally, so the

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  • Lycoming County Historical Society to Present a History of Muncy and the Surrounding Area0

    The Lycoming County Historical Society will continue its 2017 Lecture Series on Thursday, November 9, at a Coffee Hour held at 10 a.m. in the Community Room of its Taber Museum. The guest speakers will be David Richards and Matthew Stackhouse who will base the talk on their recent publication From a Bygone Era: Views

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  • Concealed Carry Seminar Coming Nov. 20

    Rep. Garth Everett and I will host another of our popular Concealed Carry Seminars on Thursday, Nov. 2, at 6 p.m., at the Trout Run Fire Company, 241 State Route 14, Trout Run. Presenters will include Lycoming County District Attorney Eric Linhardt, who will discuss Pennsylvania’s Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground laws; Lycoming County

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  • Central PA-ranormal Convention To Be Held this Weekend0

    A first-of-its-kind event for this area will take place this weekend, November 4 and 5 when the Central PA-ranormal Convention is held at the Pajama Factory. The event will feature various speakers, presentations, and vendors dealing with the mysterious world of the paranormal. “This event is the first of its kind in the city of

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  • The Bookworm Sez “Geekerella” by Ashley Poston0

    Sometimes – many times – you wish you had a magic wand. You’d change your entire life, from your room to your wardrobe, your school to your love life. Everything would be perfect forever but alas, there’s no such thing as a magic wand. Then again, as in “Geekerella” by Ashley Poston, dreams can come

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  • Fall Into the Blues Fundraiser0

    In addition to cooler weather, and beautiful colors, the “fall season”, to the Billtown Blues Association, BBA, means “generosity!” Fall Into the Blues, the non-profit’s annual fundraiser, is meaningful in many ways. Most importantly it brings together a group of talented and highly regarded local and regional musicians, who have made a devoted effort to

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  • Deer on the Move, Motorist Use Caution – Pennsylvania whitetails entering period of peak activity0

    With deer becoming increasingly active, and daylight saving time soon to put more vehicles on the road during the hours when deer move most, the Pennsylvania Game Commission is advising motorists to slow down and stay alert. Deer become more active in autumn with the lead-up to their fall breeding season, commonly referred to as

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  • This Week’s LION: Walter Reed – Hughesville Mayor0

    When my niece Brittany married Chris, who both worked at UPMC Susquehanna Health Hospital in Williamsport, I was very surprised when they purchased a home in Hughesville. I asked why they chose to live there, rather than a location closer to where they worked. They smiled like they were in on a secret. Hughesville is

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  • Fashion Rules to Live By0

    When talking about fashion with a capital “F” there are no rules. Hence designers push themselves to innovate, magazines test the limits of taste, and celebrities step out on the red carpet in some very grandiose ensembles. The “sky’s the limit” approach to fashion is what makes it a fun to follow as an art

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  • One Long Season to Remember?0

    What an amazing time of year if you’re a sports fan. There is something going on for everyone — provided you are interested in athletic competition. On the professional sports scene all four major sports can be found in season, sometimes all competing on the same day. Major League Baseball is wrapping up their Fall

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  • American Rescue Workers Box City Highlights Homelessness This Weekend0

    Homelessness is one of America’s greatest and most serious of social problems and to shine a spotlight on this problem the local American Rescue Workers organization will be holding a “Box City” this weekend, November 3 and 4. November is National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Month; it is a good time to get involved with

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  • Day Tripping0

    In 1865 newspaper editor Horace Greeley penned the now famous words “Go west young man.” 117 years later, although not a young man and for an entirely different reason, South Williamsport High School graduate Denise Day headed in that westerly direction and in the process carved a legendary athletic career that was again recognized with

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  • And the Winners are…0

    The weather is getting colder, I’m seeing pumpkin spice everything, everywhere…I guess that means fall is here! The best part is, is that Halloween is this weekend! Speaking of Halloween, I picked all the winners for our Halloween contest Congratulations to the following winners of our Gathering Ghosts Contest! • Sophia Burley • Hunter Toon

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  • Murrelle Shoots an 81 to Become Sayre’s First State Qualifier in Golf0

    Sayre’s Ryan Murrelle walked out of the clubhouse with an ear-to-ear smile after receiving the news he just qualified for the PIAA Golf Championships. The two prior years were filled with disappointment as Murrelle failed to qualify due to one stroke in both instances. Those two disappointing years helped fuel Murrelle to the finish as

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  • Anti-Aging Habits for Your 30s0

    Your 30s are a great time of life! At least they have been for me thus far. Once you’ve hit your mid-30s, you hopefully have gained some knowledge about life and have blossomed into a better, more mature, and more polished version of yourself. However, with wisdom can come laugh lines, frown lines, and a

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