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  • Thoughtful, Stress-Free Gift Giving

    Thoughtful, Stress-Free Gift Giving0

    When in need of inspiration during gift-giving season, focusing on thoughtful presents that align with the personalities and interests of your intended recipients can be a surefire way to delight even the hard-to-buy-for friends and family on your list. If you need a little extra help this holiday season, though, these ideas curated by the

  • The Winter Season is Here!0

    The fall leaves and cool temperatures are giving way to empty trees and temperatures that force most people to rethink trips outside. The winter season is officially upon us, which means the long drives, crafty moves on the soccer pitch, and shifty shots on the tennis court will be moved to the back until next

  • Holiday Makeup0

    This holiday season as parties, activities, and events start filling the calendar, you may have your festive outfits all planned, purchased, and pressed, but what about your makeup? Too often, a great look will fizzle or sizzle depending on the head-styling (i.e. hair and makeup). While you may have your day-to-day beauty routine down pat,

  • The Roving Sportsman… Prime Time for Coyotes0

    While the late archery deer season and flintlock deer season (December 26 to January 12, 2019) are still ahead for the hearty hunters who have not yet filled their tags and will brave the winter chill, for most of us, the deer season is over. Fear not, as there is still an exciting opportunity to

  • Dave’s Red Kettle Beginnings0

    It’s hard to believe it’s the fifth Christmas season that my good friend Dave Sechler isn’t ringing the bell for the Salvation Army. God must have needed Dave’s help, and he knew he would do whatever was asked of him with a smile on his face. That’s just who Dave was. If you remember, I

  • Christmastime is Here…0

    Alright y’all. December is here, so I am officially on board for the Christmas season! I’ve started making my lists, and I even bought one present already! And it wasn’t even for me! It’s time for tree shopping, and ornament finding and I’m always on the hunt for vintage reindeer that border somewhere between adorable

  • Local Historian Tom Baird to Discuss Rare Copper Artifact at Museum – NCC8 Presentation Coincides with Museum’s Holiday Shopping Spree0

    Chris Andy adjusted his earphones and swung his metal detector left, then right, in a measured, cautious gesture. The sound, more clear this time, was distinct. The detector’s digital readout read copper, and he wondered if he would find another coin. Cautious to dig only a small divot from the turf, he heard the distinct

  • Mike McGarvey Leading Lycoming Hoops0

    Following an outstanding career as a player at Ursinus College, where he was a consecutive two-time All-American and two-time Centennial Conference Player of the Year and eleven years as an assistant basketball coach at Ursinus and Colgate University, Mike McGarvey was named Lycoming College men’s basketball coach this past June. With a non-conference opening mark

  • Winter Weather Emergency Preparedness

    Winter Weather Emergency Preparedness0

    As temperatures drop, the risk of severe winter weather conditions and sudden power outages rise. Preparing your family ahead of time can help minimize the impact of a power loss. Having an emergency preparation plan lets your family immediately shift into a proactive stance when an unexpected event, like power loss, occurs. Your plan may

  • The Bookworm Sez: “Us Against You” by Fredrik Backman

    The Bookworm Sez: “Us Against You” by Fredrik Backman0

    You’re going down. Down, defeated, beaten, and sent home. You’re losing, not winning, and you need to know how it happened so it won’t happen again. Winners are champs, losers are chumps, and the latter is no fun. Besides, as in the new book “Us Against You” by Fredrik Backman, losing can take an entire

  • Making the Adjustments for College Offers Rewarding Experience for Two Lycoming Basketball Players

    Making the Adjustments for College Offers Rewarding Experience for Two Lycoming Basketball Players0

    Most athletes in high school aspire to reach the next level of competition but making that adjustment can be difficult. The game’s pace picks up, and the players seem to get bigger. Despite the challenges, it’s rewarding as an education is likely to come along with the new challenges. As a player at Lewisburg Akilah

  • The Art of the Perfect Gift

    The Art of the Perfect Gift0

    Even in a world where just about anything is a few clicks away, finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list can still be a difficult task. One trick to winning the holidays is bringing back the basics by choosing presents you know your loved ones need and can actually use. Consider these crowd-pleasing

  • 16th Salvation Army Festival of Trees To Be Held December 7 At Lycoming Mall0

    A chance to vote on beautifully decorated Christmas trees and the opportunity to help support the Salvation Army will again happen when the 16th Annual Salvation Army Festival of Trees is held at the Lycoming Mall on Friday, December 7, beginning at 7 p.m. This annual event is sponsored by the Lycoming Mall, Backyard Broadcasting

  • The Guide to Foolproof Babyproofing During the Holidays0

    You’ve spent the last nine months readying for your new bundle of joy, but is your home ready, too? As baby grows, so does his or her curiosity and ability to explore—and with the holidays fast approaching, even more people and hazards are afoot. Make sure your home is ready for a safe holiday celebration

  • Protect Your Hair This Winter0

    Winter is upon us and, while you may have a handle on your skin care, protecting your hair in colder months can be a bit more complicated. As colder air draws moisture from the scalp and follicles, it can leave hair dry and more susceptible to damage like breakage, frizz, and split ends. You may

  • The Hard Water Cometh0

    I know, there are a lot of people who don’t want to hear about the lakes freezing over because that means bitter cold days, snow that needs to be shoveled, windshields that need to be cleaned, and a whole lot more that comes with winter. To the “walk-on-water crowd” however, the freezing temperatures mean it

  • Uptown Music Collective to Host Open House0

    On Saturday, December 8th, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Uptown Music Collective will be holding an Open House at the school’s facility located at 144 West Third Street in Downtown Williamsport. The facility features 8 private lesson suites, 2 classrooms, 2 ensemble rooms, a computer lab, a recording studio, video studio, and more.

  • December Memo: Holiday Toy Safety0

    Festive decorations, twinkling lights, the smell of freshly baked cookies, and crowded shopping malls with shoppers scurrying about with packages, these signal the approach of the Holiday Season. During this special time of year, countless individuals will purchase every kind of toy imaginable, from stuffed animals to remote control cars and video games. The United

  • Gazette and Bulletin: December 3, 1948 – City Looks Skyward for Look at Racy Air Power Display and Observance0

    Speedy fighter planes and the gigantic B-36 bomber sped through Williamsport skies Thursday as Air Power Day was observed. Work, business and traffic stopped all over the area to watch the air display. Fire whistles and sirens heralded the arrival of the aircraft as residents throughout the city and the area looked skyward for glimpses

  • WASD Education Foundation Grants $24K to District Programs, Initiatives0

    The Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation (WASDEF) announced it recently awarded $24,009 in grants to support six programs and initiatives across the district. Those awarded were among the foundation’s first round of grants this school year with the potential to impact thousands of students this year and beyond. Three programs were funded through the


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