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  • Dorner’s Freshman Season Was One to Remember as She Finishes Third at States

    Dorner’s Freshman Season Was One to Remember as She Finishes Third at States0

    South Williamsport’s Olivia Dorner completed an undefeated regular season, won the District 4 title, and finished third at the PIAA Tennis Single Championships. That was all as a freshman. Dorner’s journey to becoming the top tennis player in the area started with her love of the sport, hard work, and sacrifices. Dorner has left countless

  • No More Politics0

    I had every intention of writing a great piece, but then I ran into a few distractions. I did the best I could to find something fast, but nothing came to mind. Politics man. I am extremely thankful that the midterm elections are over. And perhaps life will even get back to normal. I have

  • Honoring the Providers of Freedom0

    A Webb Weekly salute and thank you to our Veterans. Without all the special men and women that have put everything on the line in the name of Country, we would not have our independence. Our One Nation Under God was founded by war, and it will always take the daily commitment of the United

  • Thank a Veteran1

    I first wrote this list two years ago. It will never get old. It will never be out of date, or unwarranted, so I will continue to publish it every year. But as you read this, please remember those who have served that are STILL sacrificing these things on a regular basis because as much

  • Uptown Music Collective Kicks Off Performance Season with a Tribute to 1970’s Arena Rock Bands0

    On November 16th and 17th at 7:30 p.m. the students of the Uptown Music Collective will celebrate the school’s 30th Major Performance, by paying tribute to the big hair, big voices, and really big guitars of the style known as “Anthem Rock”, “Dad Rock”, “Corporate Rock”, or most commonly “Arena Rock”. The performance, More Than

  • Stylish Jeans are a Staple of Fall Fashion

    Stylish Jeans are a Staple of Fall Fashion0

    Denim jeans are an important fashion staple. Jeans can work as casual wear but also work when paired with a blazer or button-down shirt. While denim will always be a part of many people’s wardrobes, the styles of jeans come and go. Certain cuts and colors will always be popular. But by scouring the runways

  • The “Bells of Peace” To Sound To Mark the Centennial of Armistice Day0

    At the eleventh hour of the eleventh month in 1918 the armistice ending the bloodiest war in human history, up to that point took hold. The effects of that bloody war are still with us in such diverse places as the Middle East, the Balkans, Asia, and Africa. The ending of that war was one

  • County Hall Corner: Not the Last Laugh0

    It all started with Jason York, director of the Lycoming County Resource Recovery Facility, otherwise known as the County Landfill. As there are often expenditure items that need to be approved by the county commissioners, Jason is something of a regular at the weekly work and regular sessions of the Lycoming County Commissioner meetings. Jason

  • Notre Dame History Professor to Share WWI Technology Insights0

    With the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I to be observed in November, a guest lecturer with the University of Notre Dame’s Hesburgh Lecture Series will share his expertise on the topic on Thursday, Nov. 8, in Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Klump Academic Center Auditorium. In partnership with the Notre Dame Club

  • Lewis Accomplishes More Than Just a Goal as He Leads Sullivan County Through the Postseason

    Lewis Accomplishes More Than Just a Goal as He Leads Sullivan County Through the Postseason0

    At the beginning of the season, Ben Lewis set goals for himself, his team, and the season he was about to embark on with the Sullivan County boys’ soccer team. At the beginning of the season, those goals seemed far off as practices started to open. Last Thursday night, as Sullivan County attempted to advance

  • The Little Community that Could0

    Take a drive on Route 54 through Montgomery. You’ll not encounter a red traffic light to impede your journey. However, the lack of such operational hardware may cause you to miss one of the community’s crown jewels tucked away along the roadway, similar to a family heirloom that you know is valuable, but rarely trot

  • Improve Entertaining Spaces

    Improve Entertaining Spaces0

    Some homes are seemingly built for entertaining, while others may need a little help to make them more fit for hosting dinner, holiday gatherings or an evening with friends. Overall, one-quarter of people entertain guests in their home either daily or weekly across the globe. One-third entertain monthly, according to findings from GFK Insights. People

  • Treadmill-A-Thon Fundraiser / To Be Held November 10-11 / To Benefit Veterans Mental Health Project0

    Sean MacMillen is a combat veteran who did three tours of service in Afghanistan. Upon leaving the service, he found that he had great difficulty readjusting to civilian life. This led to many problems for him. “I fully admit I struggled to reintegrate into society when I returned from my 3rd tour in Afghanistan. I

  • Licking the Batter Clean0

    Some of you, whether young or old, love eating raw cookie dough, but I never really developed a taste for it. Especially after I read (wives tale?) that said the unbaked dough would rise in your stomach and becomes hard to digest. Might as well swallow bubble gum! But there WERE some pots and pans

  • United States Air Force Colonel Dave Hall (retired) to Speak at Local Flag Ceremony / Flag Pole Dedication and Flag Raising Ceremony to be held at the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank0

    The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank will host a Flag Pole Dedication and Flag Raising Ceremony on November 8, 2018. The event will be held at the Food Bank’s Williamsport Healthy Food Hub (3301 Wahoo Drive). It is open to the public and will begin at 10:00 a.m. with light refreshments following the ceremony. The event

  • Annual Lycoming County Veterans Day Parade / Saturday, November 10 in Hughesville0

    The annual Lycoming County Veterans Day Parade will step off this year at 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 10 in Hughesville. It will stage and begin in the area of the Lycoming County Fairgrounds and will continue to the area of the Hughesville High School. The Lycoming County Veterans Day Committee, along with help and

  • Create a Healthy, Winter-Ready Home0

    When chilly weather arrives and the days get shorter, chances are good you’ll spend the majority of your days indoors. Before you start your hibernation, it’s a good idea to ensure your home is up to the task. Put your well-being at the top of the list with these ideas to help ensure a health-conscious

  • Legend of the Fall

    Legend of the Fall0

    Fishing has always been a passion, and I take full advantage of what North Central PA has to offer. I am on the water an awful lot and usually head out after dinner. I haven’t had the chance of late. Work and daylight savings always seem to get in the way, but if there’s a

  • Pearce, the Crosscutters & United Way0

    Throughout its long 115-year history, Major League Baseball’s World Series has produced many memorable moments that have been etched in the annals of the game. Included was that moment in 1988, the last time the Los Angeles Dodgers won a World Series when a limping Kirk Gibson hit a game-winning pinch-hit home run in Game

  • Former Crosscutter Steve Peace Wins World Series Most Valuable Player Honors

    Former Crosscutter Steve Peace Wins World Series Most Valuable Player Honors0

    An alumnus of Williamsport’s professional baseball teams took front and center as the 2018 World Series Most Valuable Player for the Boston Red Sox in this year’s Fall Classic. In the 2018 World Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Pearce hit a game-tying solo home run off of Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen in the top


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