Sunday, September 25, 2022

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.

Rising Light Ridge to establish new ministry campus in Bear Creek Township

BEAR CREEK TWP. — Matt Anderson, President of Rising Light Ridge, said the new ministry campus in Bear Creek Township will be more than a camp and retreat center.

NEPA GAYLA draws glittering crowd to support scholarship program

WILKES-BARRE — The 2022 NEPA GAYLA: Out of the Gaylaxy event drew a glittering crowd to Genetti’s Hotel and Conference Center Grand Ballroom on Saturday night to support the NEPA Pride Project’s Scholarship Program and the NEPA Pride Project’s mission to celebrate, educate and demonstrate the power of local arts.

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Commanders’ Wentz fumbles, struggles in 1st game vs. Eagles

LANDOVER, Md. — Brandon Graham wished Carson Wentz well before the longtime Philadelphia Eagles teammates faced off for the first time.

Vikings rally past Lions 28-24 on Osborn’s last-minute TD

MINNEAPOLIS — The Minnesota Vikings have been trying to craft under new coach Kevin O’Connell a diverse and unpredictable offense that can still succeed when their best players are taken away.

H.S. Football: Milton uses big third quarter to defeat Holy Redeemer

WILKES-BARRE TWP. – Milton needed just three offensive plays to score three third-quarter touchdowns, breaking open a close game and defeating host Holy Redeeme, 42-13 Saturday night at King’s College.

Pennsylvania experts offer foliage tips for residents and travelers

WILKES-BARRE — Highlighting some of the world’s most beautiful and diverse fall foliage, the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) again is making its experts available to serve as regional advisers, offering tips and resources to help residents and visitors experience a colorful autumn in a variety of ways across the commonwealth.

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