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Railroad chugging into 30 years of success

August 5, 2014 The Lycoming Valley Railroad is on the right track, providing the transportation of goods to industries across Central Pennsylvania for the past 30 years. more »»

Sun-Gazette: 213 years of community service

August 5, 2014 For the past 213 years, the Sun-Gazette has provided local news coverage for the Greater Williamsport area, and it’s still going strong. more »»

Bayada: Pediatric care for the area

August 5, 2014 Bayada Home Health Care, located at 209 E. Third St., is on a mission to help children have a safe home life with comfort, independence and dignity. more »»

Billtown Buggies: A new experience

August 5, 2014 Billtown Buggies, LLC has been offering a new way for residents to experience downtown, taking the city back to its roots. Since S. more »»

Olde Barn Center: Antiquing in a country setting

July 7, 2014 At the Olde Barn Center, located at 1605 Route 220, Muncy, you will find all sorts of antiques that will be a conversation piece in your home, or a unique gift that very few people will have. more »»

The Real IT Care Musketeers

July 7, 2014 Real IT Care is here to solve any company’s IT (information technology) needs. Located at 136 Catawissa Ave. more »»

Edkin Tap Services: A family affair

July 7, 2014 While Eric Edkin may be a relatively new face in the tap service business, his family is not. more »»

Small law firm uses its advantages

July 2, 2014 Being a small law firm in a small city has its advantages. For one, Jonathan Butterfield, Fred Holland and Jeffrey Rowe of Murphy, Butterfield & Holland, P.C. more »»

Lyon Camping big part of Montoursville

April 7, 2014 Thriving shops and attractive storefronts line the main artery cutting through the heart of Montoursville. more »»

Graphic Hive: Advertising with artistic touch

April 7, 2014 There’s a small band of creative types tucked away on the second floor of a building in downtown Williamsport — a place with more than a hint of the artistic flavor about i. more »»

Choice Carpet Cleaners: From the ground up

April 7, 2014 Choice Carpet Cleaners has been providing carpet cleaning and janitorial services for the past 20 years in Lycoming County. more »»

Historical museum walks people through history

April 3, 2014 The Lycoming County Historical Museum is a treasure full of local history waiting to be discovered. Located at 858 W 4th St. more »»

Clear Channel serves listeners, communities

March 3, 2014 WKSB, otherwise known as KISS FM, is the 50,000-watt radio station that reaches listeners in 20 counties of the state. Then there’s Bill 95, V97 and WRAK. more »»

Discovery Machine: Software technology here

March 3, 2014 Despite some beliefs to the contrary, Williamsport is a fine spot on the map to locate a company, even a software technology business such as Discovery Machine. more »»

Cheri’s House of Flowers: Blooming business

March 3, 2014 Cheryl (Cheri) Richards has always had a passion for being a florist. She kept that passion her whole life, and has used it to open her own flower shop, Cheri’s House of Flowers in Hughesville, PA. more »»

Appellation Pre-Fab: An entrepreneur’s success

March 3, 2014 William Emick worked in the gas industry his whole life as a welder and worked his way up to building his own company, Appellation Pre-Fab. more »»

CR Restaurant Inc. a community staple

February 3, 2014 Like their signature burgers and fries, CR Restaurant Inc.’s Burger King stores have been a staple in the community for more than 30 years. more »»

C.H. Waltz: Family business success story

February 3, 2014 C.H. Waltz Sons, Inc. is a family owned and operated business that keeps things simple. more »»

It’s a New Mexican cuisine at Abrana Marie’s

February 3, 2014 Doreen Hedricks will be the first to point out that there exist many kinds of Mexican restaurant. more »»

Fred Hamm Disposal: Care for customers

February 3, 2014 JERSEY SHORE – Continuing a business that his father began more than 40 years ago, Darin Hamm has built Fred Hamm Disposal Inc. into a successful company that cares about its employees. more »»

 
 

 

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