Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Edward L. Nulton Sr. Memorial Highway dedicated to honor fallen firefighter

State Sen. Lisa Baker Monday said the Edward L. Nulton Sr. Memorial Highway designation will help to preserve the memory of a dedicated and inspirational volunteer firefighter.

Russia’s call-up splits EU

KYIV, Ukraine — Russia’s rush to mobilize hundreds of thousands of recruits to staunch stinging losses in Ukraine is a tacit acknowledgement that its “army is not able to fight,” Ukraine’s president said Sunday, as splits sharpened in Europe over whether to welcome or turn away Russians fleeing the call-up.

Golf tournament raises funds for foundation, awareness of HLH

DRUMS — When faced with unfathomable loss, some persevere through the unthinkable, instead using their pain as a pathway to helping others, raising awareness and honoring memories.

Holistic Fair returns to Hanover Twp.

HANOVER TWP. — Positive energy and spirituality were on the table quite literally on Sunday, as local artisans and vendors came together to promote health and wellness with their goods at the Harvest Holistic Fair, held at the Hanover Fire Hall in Breslau.

‘I felt fortunate to be alive,’ massacre survivor says

PLAINS TWP. — James Olson rolled up the sleeve of his sweatshirt to reveal his tattoo — “Sole Survivor ’82.”

40 years later, detective haunted by Banks killings

WILKES-BARRE — Of all the ugliness he saw in the early morning hours of Sept. 25, 1982, one image remains embedded in Jim Zardecki’s mind.

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Lehman’s Ropietski takes predistrict tourney

EXETER – Cael Ropietski finished a round that nobody could match Monday with an unmatched birdie.

Egan’s overtime goal makes PA a winner

Pittston Area’s William Egan scored at the 5:25 mark in over time to lift the Patriots to a 1-0 victory over Berwick in a Wyoming Valley Conference boys soccer game on Monday.

NFL ends Pro Bowl; skills competitions, flag game instead

The Pro Bowl got a major makeover.

Hurts, undefeated Eagles looking dominant three games in

PHILADELPHIA — Jalen Hurts bounded off Washington’s field and waved his arms while the Eagles fans who turned the stadium into a South Philly pep rally chanted “MVP! MVP!”

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