Balls Mills, Pennsylvania

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Balls Mills, Pennsylvania is an unincorporated community on Route 973 in Hepburn Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.[1] It is located seven miles north of Williamsport on the Mill Creek, which flows southwest into the Lycoming Creek. English immigrant John Ball founded a saw mill in the village in the 1790s and, after he drowned, his son Bill Ball opened a wool mill and named the place Balls Mills with the apostrophe omitted.[2] Blooming Grove Road provides access to Williamsport, where it becomes Market Street. The village uses the Cogan Station zip code of 17728.[3]

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Coordinates: 41°19′05″N 77°01′37″W / 41.31806°N 77.02694°W / 41.31806; -77.02694