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The Chamber Connection

Boutique hotel depicts Williamsport’s rich history

From a room harkening back to the lumber era, to a suite dedicated to mail carriers, the City Hall Grand Hotel offers its guests a unique visual and tactical experience. Owners Tim and Sandra Butters say they are proud to have purchased the former city hall at 454 Pine St. in 2007, and since ...

Hoss’s remains a mainstay of Loyalsock

Restaurants have come and gone along Loyalsock Township’s busy Golden Strip through the years. Among the mainstays has been Hoss’s Family Steak & Sea Restaurant, 1954 E. Third St., which opened more than 30 years ago. “It’s a great location,” longtime general manager Fred ...

Salon Magnolia committed to customer service, atmosphere

Since opening in 2018, Salon Magnolias, located at 1322 W. Fourth Street, has already established a dedicated and expanding fanbase. “The mission is to provide the best service possible in a relaxing but happy atmosphere,” said owner and stylist Andrea Sepanski. And it would appear ...

Full Function continues service in new city location

Full Function Chiropractic is looking to add even more functions to its practice on West Third Street following a relocation into Williamsport earlier this spring. That expansion of services includes offering classes on yoga, stretching and reiki therapy on a new empty second floor of the ...

Horizon Federal Credit Union continues to grow

A rapidly growing federal credit union from Williamsport is about to open its fifth branch in State College. Horizon Federal Credit Union touts its financial services to members at a lower cost than for-profit banks. “Our vision is to help members achieve a broader financial ...

Paulhamus Litho, a mainstay for more than 60 years

Like many businesses, Paulhamus Litho, Montoursville, has weathered the cruel storm of the COVID-19 pandemic. But the longtime printing business sustained a heavy and huge heartfelt loss with the passing in October 2020 of its president, Ronald Paulhamus, and his son, Mark ...