The Chamber Connection

Interior design company moving to city

After serving the area for over 26 years in premium quality interior design, Timeless Furniture and Interiors will be relocating to Aspen Square, at the corner of Pine Street and Little League Boulevard in the city. The company will be having a grand opening celebration during First Friday ...

Credit processing with a personalized touch

Merchants’ Credit Processing Service of Central PA opened a new office in downtown Williamsport this year at 140 W. Fourth St. Their central office, located at 418 Hazel St., New Berlin, has been processing credit for the area since 2000. Art Lieberman, owner, came to the area in 2000 ...

Mind, body, spirit: Physician offers holistic service

Like almost any prospective business owner, Dr. Jennifer Pryor knew she was taking a chance when she launched Akasha Center for Holistic Medicine. But she felt a medical practice offering an array of medical services and therapies not readily available for many people in the area was ...

Zartman Construction: Over 45 years of doing it all

Zartman Construction Inc. has a been a part of the central Pennsylvania business scene since 1973 when Gene Zartman launched the company. Over 45 years, the business has grown from a home-based company to a thriving enterprise with Gene’s son, David Zartman, serving as president. David ...

Law firm seeks to meet every legal need

JERSEY SHORE – Carpenter, Harris and Flayhart, 128 S. Main St., offer five experienced attorneys who can help anyone in the area with nearly any legal need. L. Craig Harris and Martin A. Flayhart took over the practice in the 1980s. Today, they are joined with attorneys Andrea P. Pulizzi, ...

Lanap & Implant Center all about teeth

At the Lanap & Implant Center of Pennsylvania it’s all about treating people for their special dental needs while making their visits there as comfortable as possible. Patients can undergo tooth replacements, laser gum therapy and treatment for any of various complex dental ...

Sweet Frog: Self-serve frozen yogurt for five years

Sweet Frog, 1930 Lycoming Creek Road, has been offering the community self-serve frozen yogurt for over five years. The business is owned by two brothers, Rob Saar and Rick Saar. “We got into the business five years ago. It was actually an idea that Rick came up with, and we started ...

The Barn at Greystone: A setting for everyone

The Barn at Greystone sits among rich farmland of Northumberland County, a picturesque setting that beckons motorists and others passerby to want to stop and have a look around.. Not surprisingly, what remains a working horse farm has become a venue for weddings and other special ...

Innovative Modernization Center makes impact

Manufacturing companies face a host of diverse, complex and often sticky problems they can’t always untangle on their own. Many others simply need the resources that can help them become more efficient, competitive and profitable. For 30 years, the Innovative Manufacturers’ Center ...

Ed’s Market, East End landmark, is back

For years, Ed’s Market had been that familiar stop-off neighborhood deli and grocery market tucked away in Williamsport’s East End, a place to pick up hoagies, soda, snacks or other food items. When it closed, a piece of Williamsport seemed to die with it. But now Ed’s is back. Mike ...

Nippenose Valley Village: Senior living, perfect setting

Nippenose Valley Village, 7190 S. Route 44, is a senior living community that is also licensed as a personal care home. “Who wouldn’t want to live in a beautiful valley? It’s a beautiful community,” said Virla Ocker, admissions and marketing director. “The building officially had ...

White Horse: Vehicle graphics and design

MUNCY – White Horse Graphics, 1000 Bartlow Road, specializes in vehicle graphics, full color printed banners, site signs, magnetic signs, emergency vehicle details and graphic designs. Stacy Charles, owner, said she has been in the vehicle graphics and design industry since 1999. Her father ...

Adelphoi Village mission: Helping children

Adelphoi Village, 1964 Lycoming Creek Road, Old Lycoming Township, is a private, nonprofit organization to help children. The organization is statewide, though the Old Lycoming Township location primarily deals with foster care and adoption. Dave Hall, program director, said that 98 percent ...

Covenant Builders: Kitchen, bath specialists

Covenant Builders, 443 Broad St., Montoursville, specializes in kitchen and bath remodeling. “My wife (Connie Neff) and I started Covenant Builders 16 years ago,” said Earl Neff, general manager. “We’ve always been a small company, 5-7 employees.” They try to do all they can ...

ECM Realty provides best in property management

Rental properties comprise plenty of living space for individuals and families in the city of Williamsport. Renting out those properties are people such as Edmund Metzger, owner of ECM Realty Management, Inc., who believes in giving his best to his tenants. Metzger leases nearly 50 ...

Econo Lodge looking for busy year

Sitting at the east end of the busy Golden Strip in Loyalsock Township, the Econo Lodge is well positioned as a stop-off point for travelers and visitors to the local area. Bill Zuber, assistant general manager, said he’s looking forward to a busy year after coming off a successful last ...

PPL serves 54,000 customers in Lycoming County

The PPL Electric Utilities Susquehanna Service Center, 4810 Lycoming Mall Drive, Montoursville, provides Lycoming County with electricity. “We serve 29 counties in Pennsylvania, and it’s 1.4 million customers,” said Tracie Witter, regional affairs director for PPL Electric ...

North Shore Railroad hauls freight in region

Six separate rail lines operating under different names comprise the North Shore Railroad Co., their diesel locomotives hauling carloads of freight throughout the region.. The headquarters for the rail operation can be found in the Newberry section of Williamsport. “We started the ...

Wine and Design: A new creative outlet

Wine and Design, 357 Market St., has offered the Williamsport and surrounding areas a place to try out a new creative outlet since 2014. Jodi Rakoski, studio owner, said she fell in love with the area since attending the Pennsylvania College of Technology. “My background is in restaurant ...

Getting word out about drugs, addiction

Saving Lives for Zachary is a grassroots effort toward getting the word out about the dangers of drugs. Launched by Carolyn Miele, whose 27-year-old son died from a heroin overdose in 2016, the non-profit group is gaining support for its positive messages and education efforts in the ...