The event was topped off with Santa Claus himself riding down Main Street on his sleigh. With Christmas music playing, local vendors and businesses lined up and down Main Street to take part in the event. Vendors sold food, Christmas ornaments, gifts, and other festive items along Main St. The event also had pony rides for sale and reindeer feed to buy and put out on Christmas for Santa’s team. “We came out to enjoy the festivities,” one Susquehanna resident said, “and to have a good time.” SUSQUEHANNA, PA (WBNG) — Harper Hill Crafts hosted Christmas on Main Street in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania today. Christmas on Main Street provided holiday fun for the entire family to enjoy.
The West Indies will arrive next Tuesday and travel to Old Trafford in Manchester for quarantine and training.They will then move to Southampton for the first test from July 8, and back to Old Trafford for the remaining tests starting on July 16 and July 24.There will be no spectators.The two venues were chosen because they had hotels attached or nearby and could be turned into “bio-secure environments.”Cricket West Indies agreed in principle to tour last Friday. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___England is set to host the West Indies in three cricket tests in July, subject to government approval. Associated Press Federation spokesman Andi Vrecani says “the championship is not threatened because the protocol has been set that such a player with COVID-19 is quarantined for 14 days and the team continues preparation normally.”Play was suspended in mid-March following the country’s lockdown.Bylis is in seventh place. The league is expected to finish by July 29 with the Albanian Cup final on Aug. 2.___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 The Latest: England-West Indies cricket test series in July June 2, 2020 The test series was originally scheduled to begin on Thursday.___An Albanian player has tested positive for the coronavirus but the country’s soccer federation says his club will play as scheduled when the league resumes this week amid the pandemic.The KF Bylis player was not named.League matches in Albania will resume on Wednesday without fans in the stadiums. The matches will follow medical protocols drafted in consultation with UEFA.
OTTAWA, Canada, CMC – The Government of Canada has updated the emergency status for Jamaica on a travel advisory due to a continued high level of violent crime.In an advisory, the Canadian government noted that the Jamaican Government has declared a state of emergency effective until October 19, for the central parishes of Clarendon and St Catherine.It added that a further, a state of emergency is effective until October 28, for the following areas the western parishes of St. James, Hanover and Westmoreland – areas that include the tourist resort towns of Montego Bay and Negril.In addition, a state of emergency has been declared for the Corporate Area, which includes areas of Kingston, which is in effect until January 4.A ‘high degree of caution’ is issued when there, “are identifiable safety and security concerns or the safety and security situation could change with little notice.” As such, tourists must exercise a high degree of caution at all times, as well as monitor local media and follow the instructions of local authorities.The advisory states that, “violent crime, including armed robbery and murder, is a problem in large cities despite the presence of police to counter criminal activity. The availability of firearms is widespread, and most violent drug and gang-related crimes, especially murder, involve firearms. If you are staying at a resort in an affected area, you are advised to restrict your movements beyond resort security perimeters.”It urged Canadians who may want to travel outside of the resort, to use transportation arranged or provided by the resort. “Likewise, you should use organized tour operators for excursions and travel to and from the airport.”The Canadian Government also warned that the Jamaican police “may impose curfews with short notice in areas where gang activity is a concern.”