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Saratoga Springs, NY, United States

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Past articles by DJ:

GAR grad Soto looks to help area youth, pursue NFL dream

WILKES-BARRE — It was just after noon one October day at Denise Thomas’ house.Shakir Soto sat around a table with Thomas in a sweat-soaked GAR athletics T-shirt, black shorts… → Read More

Wyoming Valley West boys soccer heading into districts with confidence

WRIGHT TWP. — Wyoming Valley West’s biggest win of the season came Wednesday night in Crestwood.Just in time for playoffs.The 2-1 victory was also an example of what will propel the… → Read More

SWB RailRiders, National Championship Game community ambassadors meet to discuss title game

MOOSIC — Nicole Hapshe has devoted her career to help fight cancer and support those battling the disease. So when she learned that the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders were looking for a few more community ambassadors for the Triple-A National Championship Game on Sept. 19 at PNC Field, she knew she had to get involved. “One of … → Read More

Matt Wotherspoon’s SWB RailRiders return a perfect gift for dad

MOOSIC — Matt Wotherspoon probably couldn’t have given his father, Matt, a better Father’s Day present. The 25-year-old Crestwood grad is back at home — it’s every parent’s dream. The reliever was recently promoted from Double-A Trenton to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders. Wotherspoon has already pitched with the New York Yankees’ Triple-A affiliate twice this season, … → Read More

Hazleton in spotlight in ESPN interview with Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon

Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon is “The Most Interesting Man in the World,” according to → Read More

Former WVC football star Geno Lewis invited to Seahawks rookie minicamp

If there was one thing Geno Lewis got out of going to the Cincinnati Bengals’ → Read More

Keeping it simple: At Curry, it’s coffee and, well

At just 14 years of age, Nick Tsioles moved to the Wilkes-Barre area from Greece → Read More

A word to the rise: NFL hopeful Shakir Soto stops at local elementary school

WILKES-BARRE — This is arguably the biggest week of Shakir Soto’s life.The start of the → Read More

Home crowd relishes RailRiders

MOOSIC — George Weiss has been to almost every home opener dating back to the → Read More

Local coyote hunt provides opportunities for memories to be made

TUNKHANNOCK — By the time 2 p.m. rolled around Sunday, and Pennsylvania Trappers Association District → Read More

Finally ready to hit the slopes

Welcome to the year after the winter to forget.With most ski resorts within about an → Read More

Title night in Hazleton: Area residents watch Joe Maddon lead Cubs to series win

HAZLETON — No more Curse of the Billy Goat. No more Steve Bartman.The Chicago Cubs’ → Read More

The Pride of Hazleton: Behind Maddon, Cubs aim for elusive World Series title

HAZLETON — As you drive down Broad Street in the city’s downtown, something large and → Read More

Sweet Loretta wins Schuylerville Stakes

SARATOGA SPRINGS >> It took John Velazquez and Todd Pletcher all of eight races to get on the board in the young Saratoga meet. → Read More

Men’s Basketball: Siena’s Huerter working to earn role

LOUDONVILLE >> Former Shenendehowa basketball standout Thomas Huerter is joining an already talented group in the Siena College men’s basketball team. → Read More

NY-Penn League: Ronnie Dawson, ValleyCats break slump

TROY >> Ronnie Dawson has been patiently waiting for his big break at the plate as a professional baseball player. → Read More

Recruiting drives Troy Fighting Irish success

TROY >> On a warm summer night in July, 30-plus men are standing in a few small groups with shoulder pads and helmets in hand at Prospect Park in Troy. → Read More

Men’s Basketball: Siena hits the road in summer (with podcast)

LOUDONVILLE >> While most college students are home for the summer, working seasonal jobs and spending time with family and friends, the Siena men’s basketball team is on campus hard at work getting ready for the upcoming season. → Read More

NY-Penn League: Tri-City third baseman Randy Cesar making noise as ‘Cats win in walk off (with photo gallery)

TROY >> Tri-City ValleyCats third baseman Randy Cesar has spent each of the last four seasons at various rookie level stops within the Houston Astros’ organization, but this year the Dominican Republic native finally received the promotio → Read More

New York Penn-League: Tri-City ValleyCats’ pitching catches up to offense in win

TROY >> The Tri-City ValleyCats’ offense has never been the problem this season. In fact, they’re on pace to break the New York-Penn League single-season record for hits. → Read More