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Plankenhorn serves area offices with broad selection

April 4, 2016 Plankenhorn Stationery and Printers has been serving the Williamsport area with its wide selection of office supplies and furniture since 1899. more »»

View of lake makes apartments a nice draw

April 4, 2016 SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT – Lakeview Apartments are already in a beautiful enough setting, but there’s more to residential living here than meets the eye. more »»

ARC Heating: Family-run asset to community

April 4, 2016 COGAN STATION – One visit to ARC Heating and Service Co., 4468 Lycoming Creek Road, and one can tell it’s a family business. Friendly co-owner Ashley Chase will quickly greet customer. more »»

Wirerope Works projects make national impact

March 7, 2016 Over the course of 130, Wirerope Works, Inc. has expanded from a local company to one that services high-profile projects across the nation and world. Wirerope Works, Inc. more »»

Tory Leather: 40 years of excellence

March 7, 2016 Tory Leather has been manufacturing and distributing equestrian equipment and other leather goods for the past 40 years. more »»

‘West Coast feel’ permeates city design shop

March 7, 2016 Walk into the Graphic Hive and the first image is the West Coast vibe. Like a creative shop in the heart of downtown Portland, Oregon, the business at 140 W. Fourth S. more »»

Waterville Tavern: A come-as-you-are place

March 7, 2016 WATERVILLE — The Waterville Tavern, 10783 Route 44, is nestled along Pine Creek and the Pennsylvania Rails to Trails. more »»

Businesses serve finance, planning, education needs

February 1, 2016 There are three family business operations on Third Street nestled between Pennsylvania and Shiffler Avenues involving three businesses – Crockett Financial Services, College Planning Associates, an... more »»

At Mel’s, serving customers is like serving old friends

February 1, 2016 For family owned and operated Mel’s Deli and Cafe in Montoursville, serving customers is a lot like serving old friends. “I grew up just a few blocks from here,” said Melony “Mel” Hartranft, owner. more »»

Jefferson Square offers flexible renting

February 1, 2016 Looking for a place to rent for a short amount of time is not commonplace. Most apartments require a year contract which forces people staying for a couple months to live out of hotels. more »»

Print Shoppe not a regular paper supplier

February 1, 2016 Not just a regular paper supply shop, the Print Shoppe, of Williamsport, expanded into a one-stop shop this year for all printing needs. more »»

Le Jeune Chef: A unique experience

January 4, 2016 An international dining experience can be found tucked away on the Pennsylvania College of Technology campus as Le Jeune Chef Restaurant offers a unique experience both for students and dining guest... more »»

Data Papers: Serving the East Coast for four decades

January 4, 2016 For over 40 years, Data Papers, Inc has been serving the East Coast with their printing services from their printing plant in Muncy and their sales distribution center in Williamsport. more »»

Blooming Grove Society keeps history alive

January 4, 2016 Keeping a piece of local history in tact for generations to come, Blooming Grove Historical Society has a museum free and open to the public off the beaten path in Cogan Station. more »»

The Madd Potter: Work that stands out

January 4, 2016 Being in the local art scene for over 30 years, Laura Roan needed to create work that could stand out among the rest. more »»

Compu-Gen expands investment in area

December 7, 2015 For about 20 years, Compu-Gen, a local technology company, has been invested in Williamsport and its upcoming expansion isn’t going to change tha. more »»

SPCA: Dedicated to improving the lives of animals

December 7, 2015 Vicky Stryker reads off a long list of services the Lycoming County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) provides while Elsa, her Dotson/German Shepard mix, rests in the executive... more »»

West Branch: Different style of learning

December 7, 2015 In West Branch School’s classrooms, grades don’t exist and students learn through personal assessment with their teacher. more »»

A new arena brings new fun to area

December 7, 2015 A new business to the community, Liberty Arena came in with a bang. The opening weekend on Nov. more »»

Habitat for Humanity a community staple

September 7, 2015 Next year will mark the 30th anniversary for The Greater Lycoming Habitat for Humanity affiliate. more »»

 
 
 

 

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