Visitors to Penn College of Technology are greeted with bubbling fountains and a burst of colorful flowers.
Mae Thaljih, of Ozzie and Maes Hacienda restaurant, describes Williamsport as having big city attractions with a small-town feel.
William Lang of Langs Chocolates makes his candy, including the Gourmet Chocolate Salami hanging on a shelf to the right, in his Pine Street shop.
These lions, or foo dogs, are believed to protect people and possessions, and certainly command attention to Liz Mieles home on Millionaires Row.
Barbara and Denyse Miele, co-owners of Gustonians Gifts, with Jewellz, an Italian greyhound. Shes kind of a mascot of the shop, Denyse said
Betsy Rider remembers, as a kid, falling asleep behind the book racks and being carried home by her father during the busy Christmas seasons when her parents ran Otto’s Bookstore on West Fourth Street.
Built in 1888, the Rowley House Museum looks like a three-tiered cake with its Queen Anne-style carved wood gables and decorative chimneys. It is open to the public.
Liz Miele graduated from Williamsport High School and Brown University and lived a few years in Italy before returning to her hometown and this trumpet-vine-covered porch. “You can pretty much get anything you want in downtown Williamsport,” she said.