Sunday, October 2, 2022

Event aims to draw attention to those wrongfully convicted

WILKES-BARRE — Powerful testimony from three men wrongfully imprisoned for crimes they did not commit underscored the mission highlighted by Pennsylvania Bikers for Justice on Sunday: The men and women victimized by wrongful conviction deserve help, and they deserve better.

Irem craft fair draws a crowd

DALLAS TWP. — A rainy morning certainly didn’t put a damper on spirits or the turnout for Irem’s 37th Annual Arts & Crafts Show at the Irem Pavilion, bringing out about 50 vendors and hundreds of patrons throughout the day.

‘This was not going to be the end of my life’

PLAINS TWP. — Monica Horvath did all the right things.

Gentlemen’s Dash brings in the cash

PITTSTON — This year when Paint Pittston Pink officials announced the winner of the Gentlemen’s Dash, they needed some extra time to make sure they got it right. The event saw 12 area leaders of the community, dashing down Main Street in high heels to raise money for breast cancer research.

Competition, camaraderie abound on fundraiser’s final day

PITTSTON — Paint Pittston Pink wrapped up this year’s events on Saturday with several races that brought residents to its Main Street for competition and camaraderie, while raising money for breast cancer research.

NEPA Cricket Club gathers for community event

There’s no denying the sport of cricket has grown in popularity within the United States in recent years, and one local group is looking to cement it in the Wyoming Valley.

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Yanks’ Judge heads on road still at 61 homers; 4 games left

NEW YORK — Fans filled Yankee Stadium hoping for The Moment that never came.

Phillies top Nats, cut magic number to 1 in NL wild-card bid

WASHINGTON — J.T. Realmuto’s Phillies now need just one more victory — or one more loss by the Milwaukee Brewers — to end Philadelphia’s 11-year postseason drought.

Alford’s late pickoff saves Falcons’ 23-20 win over Browns

ATLANTA — Arthur Smith said his Atlanta Falcons won’t always be able to run the ball as effectively as they did against the Cleveland Browns, who were missing three starters on their defensive line.

Vikings hang on for 28-25 win over Saints in London

LONDON — Justin Jefferson bounced back from two quiet games and Greg Joseph made amends for a missed extra point.

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