Restaurants will remain open; masks will be removed; and Christmas will be here soon: Good morning, Pennsylvania.

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Restaurants will remain open; masks will be removed; and Christmas will arrive: Good morning, Pennsylvania.

Today, Wednesday, November 1st, here’s what you need to know.

2021, 17th

The temperature will be 60 degrees Fahrenheit in the morning and 46 degrees Fahrenheit in the afternoon.

Partly cloudy.

The field hockey team from Lower Dauphin celebrates their 3-2 overtime victory over the University of Manitoba.

Yesterday, Central York played in a PIAA Class 3A game.

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The state of Pennsylvania’s school mask mandate will expire in December, and a new order will be issued.

4, the Commonwealth Court issued an update to an earlier decision.

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Tolling of interstate bridges: The state House passed legislation to prevent PennDOT from tolling interstate bridges.

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It’s expected that Wolf will veto it.

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Choosing to stay to serve: Starting a restaurant is a risky business.

Trying to do so during a pandemic appears to be a recipe for disaster.

But it’s working in some places.

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In 2019, at the Buffalo Valley Produce Auction near Mifflinburg, Union County, auctioneer Neil Courtney takes tree bids. (Dan Gleiter

Christmas trees: More trees and higher prices are expected at the world’s largest Christmas tree auction, which takes place this week in Pennsylvania.

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The Holiday Parade will start at 10 a.m. in Harrisburg.

It’s Saturday.

It begins at Front and Market streets and concludes on City Island, with Santa included.

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Whiskey connoisseurs will be able to purchase rare bottles of bourbon through a Liquor Control Board lottery.

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Open on T-giving: If you want to get a head start on Black Friday by shopping on Thanksgiving, your options are limited, but not non-existent.

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Alison Yarnish of Central York and Katelyn Strawser of Lower Dauphin battle for the ball during Lower Dauphin’s 3-2 overtime win in the PIAA Class 3A field hockey game on Nov.

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Lower Dauphin field hockey defeated Central York in overtime to advance to the 3A state championship game yesterday.

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Keys to victory: Penn State football has lost its last two games at Beaver Stadium, but it hopes to change that when Rutgers comes to town on Saturday.

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