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Woah, daddy!

March 16, 2014 Wow. I’m going to be a dad this month. I’m not going to lie; my heart sinks into the pit of my stomach as I sit here thinking about it. more »»

Missing moments

March 16, 2014 We find inspiration in the most surprising places when we least expect it, but sometimes, when we need it the most. A few weeks ago, I was shopping at Wal-Mar. more »»

'Caring Is Creepy' warns of online dangers

March 16, 2014 “It’s a luscious mix of words and tricks That let us bet when you know we should fold ... more »»

Collecting the work of women artists

March 16, 2014 March is the month devoted to women and their contributions to society. more »»

LAPS Cat of the Week

March 16, 2014 PHOTO PROVIDED Cat of the Week at Lycoming Animal Protection Society (LAPS), 195 Phillips Park Drive, River Front South Complex, South Williamsport, is Chloe, a calico tabby female who would do best... more »»

American Life in Poetry

March 16, 2014 Here’s another poem to honor the caregivers among us. Amy Fleury lives and teaches in Louisiana. more »»

Hudock Moyer Wealth Resources partners with library to offer free financial program

March 16, 2014 The James V. Brown Library, 19 E. Fourth St. more »»

March is National Nutrition Month

March 16, 2014 State Point — If eating right is a challenge, it may be because you are trying things you simply don’t like. The key is finding options that satisfy your taste buds, experts say. more »»

Newberry Lioness celebrate 29th anniversary

March 16, 2014 The Newberry Lioness Club recently celebrated their 29th anniversary for Charter Night on March 1, 2014. The theme was “Luck of the Irish. more »»

'Different than...'

March 16, 2014 Not long ago this column examined the phrase “different to. more »»

Jim's backhoe

March 16, 2014 When Jim Kennedy uses his big backhoe, a crowd usually gathers. He’s an artist, you see. more »»

Who wants to talk about end of life? Not many, study finds

March 16, 2014 Q: I just turned 83 and want to sit down with my family to discuss care and end-of-life issues. Since I am still in relatively good health, my children keep putting off the conversation. more »»

Book Review: ‘My Life in Middlemarch’

March 13, 2014 “My Life in Middlemarch” is an intimate look at George Eliot’s 1874 classic novel “Middlemarch” from the perspective of a reader and fan. more »»

What’s new at the James V. Brown Library

March 13, 2014 ‘The Bosnia List: A Memoir of War, Exile, and Return’ by Kenan Trebincevic and Susan Shapiro A young survivor of the Bosnian War returns to his homeland to confront the people who betrayed his... more »»

Bootin' the Gluten: Sure-to-enjoy breakfast pizza

March 12, 2014 I think most would agree that the beginning of this year has already flown by. more »»

Veggin’ out

March 12, 2014 There are a few occasions when we will bring food into work to share with our coworkers — to celebrate birthdays, holidays, marriages, the Super Bowl and other special events. more »»

Young hearts run free

March 9, 2014 As children, our worlds revolved around ourselves and our own personal experience. more »»

Putting a new spin on 'charity'

March 9, 2014 Putting a new spin on ‘charity’ The work done at the YWCA Northcentral PA can’t always be classified as fun. more »»

'Now Fluffy, the doctor says you need to fill this cup...'

March 9, 2014 ‘Now, Fluffy, the doctor says you need to fill this cup... more »»

Williamsport Women: Jean Saylor Brown — Physician, feminist, activist

March 9, 2014 Of the women who made Williamsport their home in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Jean Saylor Brown is one of the best known. more »»

 
 

 

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