SCRANTON – Lake-Lehman possessed the ball for more than 16 minutes of the 24 in the first half Saturday afternoon, but that was not enough to offset the damage London Montgomery could do in much less time.
LAS VEGAS — No one needed official evidence but it came anyway from the state of New Jersey, where people apparently really like to bet on sports. They put more than $1 billion on their favorites in September, the first time that has happened since the state legalized sports betting a little more than three years ago.
Here’s a bit of data most people probably don’t think about and don’t want to, regarding “e-waste,” the wide range of electronic stuff we purchase by the ton and discard by the year. It comes from theworldcounts.com:
NEW YORK — After struggling to hire workers for its outlet store in Dallas, Balsam Hill finally opened on Sept. 1. But the very next day, the online purveyor of high-end artificial holiday trees was forced to close after four of its five workers quit.
VENICE, Italy — The Italian glassblowers of Murano have survived plagues and pandemics. They transitioned to highly prized artistic creations to outrun low-priced competition from Asia. But surging energy prices are shattering their economic model.
PITTSTON — City police and the department’s Special Investigations Unit and the Luzerne County Drug Task Force along with other law enforcement agencies arrested five people on drug trafficking offenses seizing a large amount of illegal drugs and firearms.