The Luzerne County Election Board’s three Democratic members voted Monday morning to certify the Nov. 3 general election results, while the two Republicans on the board opposed the certification.
Donovan Mitchell got the life-changing news Sunday and immediately began celebrating. He ripped off his T-shirt, ran out of the house and leaped into the pool.
CLEVELAND — Kareem Hunt lifted off just inside the 5-yard line, soared over the head of Philadelphia’s Jalen Mills like an Olympic long jumper and landed in the end zone.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Pittsburgh’s latest victory was picture perfect.
As more than 300 teams prepare to start a season that will look nothing like any before it, the conversation isn’t so much about who will be cutting down the nets at the end of March Madness as much as it whether anyone will cut down the nets at all.
WHITEHALL – Faced with a chance to make history, Karen Klassner wanted her Wyoming Seminary field hockey team to make Saturday’s state final as much like any other game as possible.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Master Teague ran for a career-high 169 yards and two touchdowns, Justin Fields accounted for three scores and No. 3 Ohio State held off a comeback bid by Michael Penix Jr., Ty Fryfogle and No. 9 Indiana for a 42-35 victory Saturday.
The “King” is coming to the Detrich for two days, by way of a feature-length documentary and concert film called “Elvis: That’s The Way It Is.”
With the holiday season approaching, I find myself thinking about my mom and missing her more than ever. Mom passed away three years ago from Parkinson’s Disease, just a few days before her 75th birthday. It was a hard-fought battle and was tough to watch.
It’s time to be thankful.
Donna Skemp of Bend, Oregon, struggled to save before she signed up for an automatic savings plan offered by her employer’s payroll services company. Now, some of her pay goes into a federally insured, interest-paying savings account that she can access any time with a debit card.
WILMINGTON, Del. — President-elect Joe Biden warned of dire consequences if President Donald Trump and his administration continue to refuse to coordinate with his transition team on the coronavirus pandemic and block briefings on national security, policy issues and vaccine plans.
WILKES-BARRE — Substantial rises in positive COVID-19 cases in the region has prompted Luzerne County President Judge Michael T. Vough to postpone jury trials through January 2021 and close magisterial district courts until Nov. 30.
WEST WYOMING — A woman from Wilkes-Barre is facing animal cruelty charges alleging she abandoned a 6-year-old Boxer/Pit Bull mix on the side of West Eighth Street earlier this week.
WILKES-BARRE — A day after a Luzerne County jury found Reynaldo Mercado responsible for the stabbing death of Fred Boote in 2018, President Judge Michael T. Vough sentenced him to life in prison with no possibility of parole after an emotional hearing held at the Mohegan Sun Arena Thursday morning.
WILKES-BARRE — Luzerne County Central Court will close until Nov. 30 due to a possible COVID-19 exposure this week.