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West Branch Life Magazine

Williamsport’s new destination

Almost 130 years old, the former City Hall on Pine Street in downtown Williamsport has been regally restored and reinvented as a boutique hotel drawing visitors from around the world, thanks to one local family. “Guests have come from Germany, Switzerland, Azerbaijan, Saudi Arabia and ...

Beefing up

For Todd Hall, farming is a 24/7 passion. From raising a calf from the moment it’s born to the day it leaves the farm, Todd takes pride in his business, Three Brothers Beef in Muncy. “My favorite part about running the farm is meeting new people and getting to know customers,” Todd ...

Rise of the RVs

Inspired by the ease of bringing their homes with them, Pennsylvanians are hitting the road in recreational vehicles (RVs) like never before. According to RVING.com, sales of RVs exploded nationwide from 2020 to 2021, jumping a whopping 33%. That national trend coupled with the fact that ...

Publisher’s letter:Waging the good fight

We all have some fight in us, don’t we? You know, where we lift our heads high, raise our inner spirit and march forward in the face of difficulty, loss and challenge. It’s necessary in these times, is it not? That fight comes in varying forms. From the extreme that produces heroic ...

Celtic Woods and Wires

Each Saint Patrick’s Day, Celtic Wood and Wires steps into the spotlight bringing music from the British Isles to our region and beyond. However, according to band members, Saint Patrick’s Day is more like Saint Patrick’s Month. Bookings soar in March, sometimes with dual gigs on a ...

Spring Treats in Southside

The Potting Bench in South Williamsport has two of the best ways to celebrate spring: Gardening and ice cream treats. Purchased in 2019, the greenhouse, garden center and ice cream shop are now owned and operated by Lori Solomon, with the help of friends and family. “I had shopped at ...