“I had this lady that comes in that’s probably 72, 73 years old. She’s tried everything on the market multiple times. She says that she hasn’t had a single day without a cigarette until she found vaping.”
The executive director of the New York State Thruway Authority says drivers should expect to see more cashless tolls throughout the state.
“It seems natural for us to do that, with the hydroelectric power generation that goes on here.”
The Diocese will expand the use of its ethics hotline, beyond reports of financial fraud or irregularity, to include all reports of any ethical improprieties, sexual abuse or harassment or financial fraud.
Wolf’s proposal is about more than paying teachers a living wage. At current salaries, some districts say they struggle to attract and retain qualified educators.
The change means these convictions will no longer trigger automatic deportation proceedings.
John Kane, a Mohawk radio host and activist living on Seneca territory, says the ruling forces the Senecas to pay the state slot money, despite the nation never having really received its gaming exclusivity perk.
“Small county, small numbers, but important numbers and we have to be very vigilant that we don’t take any of this for granted.”
“The objective here is to protect individuals, who are not convicted of a crime in many instances, from having their mugshots be publicly listed into perpetuity.”