Tuesday, January 31, 2023

PUC launches investigation into PPL billing issues

The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission on Tuesday announced it has launched a comprehensive investigation into billing issues impacting PPL Electric customers.

Turnout low in special Pa. Senate election

Voter turnout has been light for today’s special election in 18 Luzerne County municipalities, according to county Acting Election Director Beth McBride.

Some Luzerne County voters will head to the polls today

Voters in 18 Luzerne County municipalities will head to the polls today for a special election to replace former state Sen. John Gordner.

Sixteen Luzerne County municipalities increasing taxes

Sixteen of Luzerne County’s 76 municipalities are increasing local real estate taxes this year, according to new report prepared by the county treasurer’s office.

Downtown goes green

WILKES-BARRE — It’s no secret that Northeastern Pennsylvania has a particular love for the Philadelphia Eagles, and with the Eagles playing Sunday for a chance to advance to the Super Bowl, a sea of green and white took over a few popular bars in downtown Wilkes-Barre.

‘A place of employment for everyone’

PITTSTON — Just over a month out from a scheduled March 1 start date, NEPA Inclusive held a job fair Saturday to seek out workers for the organization’s new Coffee Inclusive coffee shop.

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Purdue a unanimous No. 1 in AP Top 25; Vols up to No. 2

Purdue became this season’s first unanimous No. 1 team in the AP Top 25 men’s college basketball poll Monday after wins over Michigan and Michigan State last week as chaos ensued behind the Boilermakers among other ranked teams.

South Carolina tops women’s AP Top 25; Ohio State tumbles

It was a rough week for Ohio State, which lost all three of its games and tumbled down the AP Top 25 as a result.

McIlroy overcomes Reed, wins Dubai Desert Classic by 1 shot

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Rory McIlroy watched his 15-foot birdie putt roll into the cup, clenched his fist and let out a roar to celebrate a victory that felt bigger and sweeter than most.

Rashada case in Florida highlights issues in NIL, recruiting

Broken promises and unrealistic expectations have been part of college football recruiting for as long as coaches have been pitching their programs in living rooms across America.

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