Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Pennsylvania campaign wildcard Fetterman turns to governing

HARRISBURG — When John Fetterman goes to Washington in January as one of the Senate’s new members, he’ll bring along an irreverent style from Pennsylvania that extends from his own personal dress code — super casual — to hanging marijuana flags outside his current office in the state Capitol.

Luzerne County Election Board now poised to certify Nov. 8 general election

A Luzerne County’s Election Board majority is now poised to certify the Nov. 8 general election.

All aboard! Hudson Model Railroad Club holds open house

PLAINS TWP. — To call the Hudson Model Railroad Club’s 2,000-square-foot train layout just a “train set” would be a disservice to the club members who have brought it to life.

Chocolate, coffee, books and more

WILKES-BARRE — Small Business Saturday drew crowds to local businesses for a chance to take advantage of some sizable discounts while making headway on Christmas lists.

Organizers thrilled with WB Holiday Market turnout

WILKES-BARRE — The Holiday Market at Midtown Village Saturday drew crowds to downtown Wilkes-Barre for a chance to kick off the holiday season with shopping, Christmas caroling and even a visit from Santa Claus.

Deer season opens in Pennsylvania

EXETER TWP. — It’s a Pennsylvania tradition.

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Steelers hold off Colts

INDIANAPOLIS — Benny Snell Jr. kept waiting for his first carry of the season.

South Carolina tops women’s AP Top 25; Stanford, UConn next

South Carolina remained the unanimous No. 1 choice in The Associated Press women’s basketball poll released Monday as the Gamecocks keep close watch on the foot injury of reigning Player of the Year Aliyah Boston.

Houston reaches No. 1 in AP poll for first time since 1983

Make some room, Phi Slama Jama. Another Houston team has reached the top of men’s college basketball.

H.S. Basketball: Royals front and center at Coaches vs. Cancer event

SCRANTON – Five days before they play their first game of the upcoming season and more than eight months since they were the last District 2 team standing with a state semifinal appearance, the Holy Redeemer boys basketball team took center stage Sunday.

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