Primary election results are slow; Yet the bear wanders the suburbs; Harper of the Phillies hopes to return to the field

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Pennsylvania’s tight race in the Senate; Mastriana wins in the lead

Donald Trump’s preferred candidate in the Republican Senate primaries in the Pennsylvania Senate was essentially linked to a more traditional opponent, while his election as governor won a major victory Tuesday as the former president worked to expand his power in the Republican Party. Doug Mastrian had already stepped up in the presidential race when Trump over the weekend gave approval in support of the state’s far-right senator. But Mehmet Oz, a famous heart surgeon approved by Trump, was killed with former hedge fund manager David McCormick in a race that was too early to call on Wednesday morning.

Voters go to the polls slowly

While the sun was shining brightly, the counting of voters on the day of the 2022 primary elections was just a drop. “It’s elementary school day, though it’s an intermediate term, and it’s still passing.” One voter was shocked that turnout was low, despite a large number of announcements of open seats in the United States Senate and gubernatorial seats.


A man is convicted of trying to lure a teenager to sex in Abington

A man from Philadelphia has been sentenced to prison but will remain under court supervision for several more years on probation after he admitted to trying to lure a minor to meet him for sex in Abington. 32-year-old Jonathan Ismael Fabiani of 5,400 on Montague Street was sentenced by a Montgomery County court to 706 days in prison, which has already served three years on charges of attempted sexual assault and possession of child pornography in connection with two incidents. May. and June 4, 2020

Hatfield police are warning residents to observe the bear

Hatfield police are warning residents to beware of a bear spotted in the township late Monday night. “We have received numerous phone calls in connection with the observation of a bear in the area of ​​2900 blocks of Woodview Drive and Line Lexington Road,” Hatfield police said in a Facebook post late Monday.

The Norristown native becomes a member of the Navy’s elite honor guard

Jamier Saywright, a graduate of Norristown High School in 2021, enlisted in the Navy six months ago. Today, Simmons serves as the ceremonial guard of the U.S. Navy. “I enlisted in the Navy to improve myself as a person and make something significant out of my life,” Sawwright said. “I love helping people, so there’s a better way to help and serve people than to put my life at stake to serve my country and my countrymen.”

Most enforces the ban on West Chester plastic bags

According to rough estimate by Sustainable Development Director Will Williams, about 80 to 85 percent of the area’s restaurants and retailers comply with the new disposable plastic bag and the straw ban. Williams told the district council at a working session on Monday that he had made 89 “friendly visits” to the plant since the ban on disposable plastic bags and straws was introduced in the city from Jan. 1.


Jake Cronenworth of the San Diego Padres (right) hugs Ha-Son Kim after defeating the Philadelphia Phillies, and Nick Castellanos (left) returns to the dugout on Tuesday, May 17, 2022, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo / Derrick Hamilton)

After lingering, Bryce Harper of the Phillies hopes to follow a recovery plan

Two days after injecting platelet-rich plasma, Bryce Harper felt sore but hopeful on Tuesday when Phyllis began a three-game set from San Diego at Citizens Bank Park. He was also unavailable as he tried to drive out the general soreness of his right elbow. After the Phyllis won their first three games in Los Angeles against the Dodgers, Harper missed Sunday’s game to do a PRP shot, trying to avoid elbow collateral surgery in his right (throwing) elbow. It was a step by the famous orthopedic surgeon Neil Eletrah. “I’ll see how I feel tomorrow,” Harper said. “I plan to be there tomorrow or hopefully on Thursday.”

The union is striving from an electrical end to a win-win

Loaded into five games without a win, the Union is looking for sparks when it hosts Inter Miami on Wednesday night (7:30, PHL17). But they will be left without a pair of regulars. It will be Julian Carranza, who is on loan in the league with Miami for the season and cannot play against them, and Jose Martinez due to the accumulation of a yellow card. No wonder it means two roles for someone who isn’t usually in the lineup, and we hope they shake Union (5-1-5, 20 points) from 0-1-4.


Parks on Tap at Fairmount Water Works will offer several special events throughout the summer.  (Photo sent)
Parks on Tap at Fairmount Water Works will offer several special events throughout the summer. (Photo sent)

Beers appear just in time for summer weather

The weather is calling for temperatures to rise around 90 degrees this weekend, so you might as well get into a summer mood. One of the places to try is Parks on Tap, created at Fairmount Water Works near the Philadelphia Museum of Art on May 20.

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