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South Williamsport, PA
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  • The Bookworm Sez: “The Trial of Lizzie Borden: A True Story” by Cara Robertson

    The Bookworm Sez: “The Trial of Lizzie Borden: A True Story” by Cara Robertson0

    Twelve people just like you. At trial, each of them will hear the same words. They’ll see the same evidence and watch the same witnesses, but they’ll each embrace different things. How will they judge – guilt or innocence or, as in “The Trial of Lizzie Borden” by Cara Robertson, will the end of the

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  • “It Was Bear – 1, Hunter – 0”0

    If you hang around the neighborhood sporting goods store long enough, you are going to hear plenty of stories – some of them believable, and some not. More often the tales will tend to elevate the hunter as the winner in the description of hunter against quarry, but once in awhile someone relates a story

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  • How to Be a Bit More Chic0

    The term “chic” can apply to many things: Fashion, décor, food, music, attitude, and lifestyle. It’s hard to define chic. Much like irony, you know it when you see it — or rather you know when something isn’t chic. And, while some may see the concept as an abstract, lofty, unattainable mark of beauty and

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  • How to Prepare Youngsters for Their First Hunting Trip

    How to Prepare Youngsters for Their First Hunting Trip0

    A young person’s first hunting trip can be an incredible experience, sparking a lifelong love and appreciation for nature and wildlife. Parents who grew up hunting likely remember their first hunting trip and want to recreate that experience for their own children. As memorable as a first hunting trip can be, parents of current youngsters

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  • Billtown Blue Association Presents: Annual Fall Into the Blues Concert0

    The Billtown Blues Association, BBA, are all ready for their annual fundraising event, the FALL INTO THE BLUES concert, scheduled for Saturday November 9th, at the Genetti Hotel Garden/Terrace Room, 200 W 4th St Williamsport. Showtime is 4pm. The event will include 4 musical performances plus its increasingly popular Silent Auction. Area business and private

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  • Explore the History of Veterans Day0

    Service members make numerous sacrifices in defense of their countries. While the debts to service members may never be the kind that can be repaid in full, paying tribute to veterans, on Veterans Day and throughout the year, can be a great way to show them just how much their efforts are appreciated. Veterans Day

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  • Saluting Our Veterans0

    First and foremost, may we all take a moment to pause and reflect upon the bravery and sacrifice made by all those men and women who have proudly worn our country’s uniform in the all-too-many battles that have been fought over the years to protect our way of life and keep us free. May your

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  • Lycoming County Veterans Parade To Be Held This Saturday, November 9 In Montoursville0

    The annual Lycoming County Veterans Parade takes place this Saturday, November 9, in Montoursville. The parade forms on Mill Street between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. and steps off at 2 p.m. It will proceed east on Broad Street. The Lycoming County Veterans Parade Committee organizes the event. This year’s title sponsor is Horizon Credit

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  • The Week’s LION: Very Special Judge Marc Lovecchio0

    There is an adage that an expert is someone that is at least fifty miles from his hometown. The reason is that we often take for granted those who are closest to us. This column has noted on many occasions that the Lycoming County government has frequently been recognized for excellence on a statewide basis,

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  • Can Vaping Make You Sick?0

    Although electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes, have been available in the U.S. market since 2007, use of them has exploded in recent years, even as traditional cigarette use decreased – especially in the youth population. Good Intentions Electronic cigarettes, or electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS), refers to a variety of items, including vape pens,

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  • Trick or Treat, Vote for Me0

    Election time in the West Branch Valley is finally upon us. Before we talk about the first Tuesday in November, it’s time for another one of my public service messages with a twist. Please watch out for all the superheroes, princesses, “Toy Story” characters, and of course, the traditional witches, werewolves, vampires, and ghosts. Come

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  • Happy Halloween…0

    Happy Halloween… Hey y’all! It’s fall and Halloween is tomorrow! It’s not our Halloween issue without the announcement of the winner of our Halloween contest! Congratulations to the following winners of our Marking Mummies Contest! – Blaze Sherman – Sarah Hodrick – Elsie English – Danielle Metzger – Jairus Young – Parker Flahart – Isabella

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  • Halloween Safety Tips Are Important For Everyone, Every Year

    Halloween Safety Tips Are Important For Everyone, Every Year0

    As our little ghosts, goblins and ghouls go out this year to have a “spooktacular” time “trick-or-treating,” it is always important to bear in mind various safety tips that will help keep their Halloween hijinks a little safer and fun for them. We at Webb Weekly present the following safety tips that we hope you

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  • Family on Three. Neumann on Six0

    I had every intention of running in the general election, but my family accused me of not taking my medications. I also couldn’t afford the costs that were associated with a campaign. Perhaps one day. I entertained the idea of a write-in, and maybe I could even speak at one of the forums or debates

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  • Halloween Safety 101 by Annalisa Negrea, RN, BSN, CEN0

    Halloween is a great time to watch scary movies and tell ghost stories, but you want to make sure your kids stay safe while having fun. According to the National Safety Council, there are an estimated 3,800 injuries related to Halloween activities each year. From the costumes and the candy to the pumpkin carving, it

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  • NFL – Numerous Flags Launched0

    It may be too late to offer up some advice regarding what Halloween costume trick-or-treaters might want to wear this week as they go door-to-door, seeking the sweet treats. But, if their intention may include ringing the doorbells of National Football League fans, I would suggest they not masquerade themselves as NFL referees. Indeed, I

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  • Gazette and Bulletin: October 26, 1951 – 25,000 Watch or Participate in South Side Mummers’ Parade0

    The streets of South Williamsport last night were turned into a hilarious turmoil when 14 bands, marching units and drum and bugle corps passed in review in the sixth annual South Williamsport Mummers Parade. More than 500 individual Mummers joined in having, fun, laughing and doing stunts along the line of the parade route. Spectators

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  • Homes for All Blue Jean Ball to Benefit Family Promise of Lycoming County0

    In response to homelessness, Family Promise of Lycoming County (FPLC) brings the faith community together to help families regain their housing, their independence, and their dignity. FPLC is a non-profit organization that works with a partnership network of congregations within the community and aims to help children and their families who are facing homelessness. In addition to

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  • Live By Faith: Hard Things0

    The next hero of the faith presented by the Hebrew writer is actually the entire Israelite people: “By faith the people passed through the Red Sea as on dry land; but when the Egyptians tried to do so, they were drowned.” Hebrews 11:29 The full story of the crossing of the Red sea and the

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  • Family Costumes0

    Whether you’re a hardcore horror fanatic, or just enjoy donning some bunny ears to accompany the kids trick-or-treating, Halloween evokes fun and festivity. Over the years, I’ve gone back and forth, coordinating costumes with my friends, husband, and now my daughters. Some years, we’ve planned out our get-ups weeks, or even months, in advance. Other

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