Monday, November 28, 2022

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.

Crestwood defeats Bonner-Prendie to advance in state playoffs

The Crestwood High School football team advanced in the state playoffs with a 21-14 victory over Bonner-Prendie today in the PIAA Class 4A quarterfinals at the Northeast Supersite in Philadelphia.

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49ers top Saints 13-0, first to blank New Orleans since 2001

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Three straight second-half shutouts were impressive for the San Francisco 49ers. Their prideful defense knew they were capable of even more.

Chiefs slog their way past beat-up Rams for 26-10 victory

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Andy Reid lamented more problems with the Kansas City Chiefs punt return unit. JuJu Smith-Schuster regretted their many failures in the red zone. Patrick Mahomes bemoaned “the one dumb play I make every game.”

Herbert rallies Chargers to 25-24 win over Cardinals

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Los Angeles Chargers coach Brandon Staley knew he was going for the winning 2-point conversion a few minutes before it actually happened, so when the moment arrived, there was no hesitation and no looking at his playbook.

Jacobs caps huge day with TD in OT, Raiders beat Seahawks

SEATTLE — Once Josh Jacobs slipped past the last line of Seattle’s defense, all that was in front of him was open field and a place among the greatest single-game performances in NFL history.

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