The state Office of Children and Family Services refuses to recognized their existing background clearances and won’t allow therapists to get new ones through their agency.
The state Office of Children and Family Services refuses to recognized their existing background clearances and won’t allow therapists to get new ones through their agency.
Pianist Shai Wosner is soloist in this weekend’s concert by the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra.
“We are forced to stand here, after the fact, calling to the attention of the public, the legislature, and the governor, the serious flaws in these new laws.”
The issue was over a bill that would allow law enforcement to arrest people for annoying, alarming or threatening emergency responders.
The funds will pay for improvements to the airport’s taxiways.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission on Thursday as he continues to weigh a late entrance into the Democratic presidential primary.
The Siena College poll finds that former Vice President Biden has a 10 point lead among New York Democrats in the race for President.
VOICES Multicultural Chorus presents their Fall Concert ‘We Can Be Kind: Joy and Inspiration in Song’ https://acithaca.org/groups/voices/on Sunday, December 7 at 4pm in Ithaca’s First Baptist Church. Artistic Director Lorrene Adams joins us to talk about finding uplifting music to inspire the audience, and the inspiration she finds in leading the ensemble.
Photo credit: Affiliated Choruses of Ithaca
Binghamton’s Know Theatre presents its 16th Annual Playwrights and Artists Festival.
Chancellor Kent Syverud has agreed to 16 of the 19 demands from student protestors and international students.
“It’s an absolute calamity. None of the work of the country is getting done. They’re trying to stop President Trump’s progress. Stop his agenda dead in his tracks. All for the interest of politics.”
“What would I say now? I would say because of the regional and local health concerns and concerns about climate change, we should stop fracking–everywhere.”
People abused as children will be able to file criminal suits against their abusers no matter how much time has passed.
“I’ve heard from people in Binghamton, elected officials and citizens, and they don’t like this and that’s why we want to have our meeting. Try to change it.”
Even as the fire was still going on, emergency shelter was set up at Hornell high school, and donations began pouring in.
The fee will not apply to people using SNAP or WIC
Several firearms and hundreds of rounds of ammunition were found in his home during the investigation into the calls
The boom that helped make the U.S. the world’s largest oil producer could be ending. Oil prices are down amid weak demand and investors no longer seem willing to write the industry a blank check.
In the past two weeks, SU has been rocked by at least 10 incidents including racist graffiti, yelling racial slurs and hateful emails.
The CDC said more than 35,000 people die from antibiotic-resistant infections each year in the U.S.
Proposed bill would require Legislature to OK Pennsylvania becoming part of Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative
Among other things, the measures would impose longer sentences for assaulting guards, and punish inmates for a broader range of crimes.
The longtime Luzerne County lawmaker is now registered as an Independent, but has allied himself with Republicans in key ways.
Under current law, lawmakers can accept whatever gifts they want, no matter the cost. For the first time in recent memory, the House may be poised to change that.
Pennsylvania is one of three states where high school football enrollment is not in decline.
Absentee and affidavit ballots were counted on Tuesday
Former ACLU President says cancelling lecture may have sent the wrong message.
“I can not sit back and allow this to continue to occur in the state of New York. Particularly after the death of a young person in the Bronx that was due to vaping.”
The link between poor health and poverty is stronger than ever in the Finger Lakes, according to a new report from Rochester non-profit Common Ground Health. The organization says it has data that’s never been collected before.
“We do not currently have the staffing to meet the timeline that’s in place right now,” Binghamton Mayor Rich David said.
Supporters say the measure would ensure parents have an opportunity for closure. Opponents say it could discourage women from getting abortions, and might make traumatic experiences worse.
The proposal would allow parents in Harrisburg to use as much as $8,200 in taxpayer money toward private school tuition.
Without the fee, Dawson said there is a risk Tompkins County will just swap one trash problem for another.
Game is annual football rivalry between Ithaca College and SUNY Cortland.
They’ll now get at least 42½ hours per week out of their cell, and will be allowed to eat and attend religious services with other inmates.
The plan by Major League Baseball would reportedly eliminate over a quarter of minor league teams. That includes the Binghamton Rumble Ponies.
The Binghamton University Music Department welcomes The Fifth House Ensemble
Top state officials say that the IJC failed to act in response to flooding in 2017 and 2019, causing New York to incur substantial and potentially avoidable damages.
“The charge of this commission is to set up a system of public financing to reduce the undue influence of big money in our politics. These contribution limits will allow big money to continue flowing, and it’s just completely unacceptable.”
Qantas Airways’ approach to the 11,000-mile trip features carefully designed meals and lighting. Passengers are also encouraged to get out of their seats and they experience two sunrises in one day.
The new bill will allow visas for year-round workers and it provides a path to legal status for current farm workers already in the U.S.
Amtrak says it logged an operating revenue of $3.3 billion — a 3.6% increase over the last fiscal year.
Reed has been consistent in his support of the president and his opposition to any impeachment investigations.
That list includes e-cigarettes, electric scooters, adult laxatives, party plates and paper straws, and thousands of unregulated products that can be found on online.
“For too many years, adoptees have been wrongly denied access to this information, and I am proud to sign this legislation into law and correct this inequity once and for all.”
“I think everybody would admit it’s a gimmick. You don’t have enough money in your checking account to pay your bills and so you just tell the people who are expecting money, ‘You have to hang on for a few days until my checkbook replenishes.’ ”
“I believe in the next couple of years at least, we’re going to see a decrease in the number of youth who are initiating some form of tobacco use.”
Natural gas is mostly used for heating homes or fueling power plants. But when it comes out of the ground, it contains another key ingredient — ethane, a building block of plastics.
United Airlines cites a low demand for travel between Elmira and Washington D.C.
Syracuse University officials have promised action in the wake of criticism of the school’s response following the discovery of racist graffiti in a residence hall last week.
The Catskill Symphony Orchestra welcomes Maciej Zoltowski, the third Music Director candidate.
The Stamford Friends of Music welcome baritone Mario Diaz-Moresco
“War chests are in, high contribution limits are in. We are designing a system that is not going to incentivize viable candidates to participate.”
Tom Wolf, a Democrat, addressed the situation for the first time Wednesday afternoon, saying he is not aware of any wrongdoing.
Eugene DePasqule wants lawmakers to come up with a more comprehensive plan to improve infrastructure, and hopefully prevent future damage from severe weather.
PFAS chemicals are synthetic compounds used in many household products, including food packaging, household cleaners and nonstick cookware.
“Tobacco is the number one cause of preventable death and disease, and stopping kids from beginning this dangerous addiction will really help save lives.”
Right on time with the cold snap that’s hit us this week, Tuesday was the first day people could apply for the Home Energy Assistance Program.
Central New York’s emerging drone industry is taking some major steps forward, as construction of the infrastructure is complete for the unmanned traffic management drone corridor.
“What we have found is these companies are very secretive. They don’t want to shed too much light on their business practices. But to me, sunshine is the best disinfectant.”
“They (researchers) did some biopsies on their lungs, and what they found out was, the issues have to do with toxins in their lungs from those burn pits while they were deployed,”
Officials are hoping early exposure to science and tech will give rural students a leg up in rapidly modernizing fields, like agriculture.
It’s unclear exactly what went wrong with the commonwealth’s dated system, but from Thursday to Sunday, a crash kept unemployed people from filing claims.
The Capital Plan is part of the county’s long term effort to bring down it’s carbon emissions to almost zero by 2035.
The Binghamton University Theatre Department presents the Ahrens and Flaherty musical ‘A Man of No Importance’.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo mostly avoided President Donald Trump, who also attended Monday’s Veterans Day parade in New York City.
There are new developments in tele-mental health in the Finger Lakes. Researchers and entrepreneurs are trying to capitalize on the trend.
The Associated Press says those high-risk structures are in poor condition, and could kill people if they collapse.
Rikers Island doctor says drug treatment in U.S. jails and prisons is often shaped by societal prejudice, not science.
To turn ethane into the building block of plastic, petrochemical companies are investing in ethane cracker plants, raising concerns about what these facilities could mean for air pollution and climate change.
“I think it was good for him to come here to see the needs of a community-based outpatient clinic in a very rural area like Bainbridge.”
The Corning Civic Music Association welcomes the Vera Quartet.
On this 100th anniversary of Veterans Day, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced he is introducing legislation to streamline the process for establishing New York’s first State Veterans Cemetery.
“The law aims to make our roads safer, our economy stronger, and allows immigrants to come out of the shadows to sign up as legal drivers in our state.”
“Every DA in the state is going to try. What you’ll see is that there are going to be difficulties.”
“Everybody is invited, everyone should honor veterans. The more that come, the better.”
Pennsylvania’s Republican US Senator introduced a resolution he hopes will enable Congress to defeat future presidents’ fracking bans in court.
Several other counties have criticized these reforms as another unfunded mandate.
The Maidenhair fern is not as common as some other ferns, but it can still be found in damp, shady woods, especially down by ravines.
Broome County’s Sheriff said an autopsy concluded the cause of death was natural.
The next Binghamton Philharmonic concert features music with a jazz inflection.
The ’50 City College of New York Beavers were the only team to win the NIT and the NCAA tournaments. Matthew Goodman’s book details how a point-shaving plot came to dominate the team’s legacy.
Glimmerglass Film Days return to Cooperstown with a host of films that have been nominated for awards.
Overall, annual suicides increased by 43.6 percent between 2005 and 2017. Among veterans, that increase was 6.1 percent.
There are now 71 toys in the National Toy Hall of Fame at the Strong Museum in Rochester, which is the only collections-based museum anywhere devoted solely to studying play.
Sweeping reforms that will end cash bail for all misdemeanor and nonviolent felony charges in New York state take effect in January. But some law enforcement groups are objecting.
Last year, a Supreme Court decision made it illegal for public sector unions to compel non-members to pay dues. Some non-members are now trying to recoup that money.
Republicans in the state legislature have long pushed to privatize the commonwealth’s state-run liquor industry.
A possible late entry into the Democratic primary by Michael Bloomberg less than three months before the Iowa caucuses would shake up the still-crowded field.
The money will go to a group of charities. The New York judge said money raised at a 2016 veterans fundraiser “was used for Mr. Trump’s political campaign and disbursed by Mr. Trump’s campaign staff.”
The traffickers were caught with 11.9 kilograms of fentanyl — enough to kill nearly 6 million people, by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s standard.
Seward was also treated for cancer in 2016
“It is gifted with a history that others can only dream of; what happened here, an epicenter of social movements that literally propelled our nation into a far better place.”
The ruling from State Supreme Court Justice Daniel Doyle rejected claims that eliminating the exemptions was an unconstitutional infringement on religious rights.
There were mixed reactions Wednesday from New York’s politicians and political parties on this year’s election results.
The compromise comes after cries for more of an investment to fight climate change.
Attempts to use the gene-editing tool CRISPR to develop a treatment for cancer seem safe and feasible in the earliest findings from the first three patients. “So far, so good,” scientists say.
“I still stand by, the only thing that’s going to stop a gun is a gun.”
It could take a year or longer to resolve whether victims’ rights measure is constitutional.
After 41,005 ballots were tallied election night, Libertarian Mike Korchak holds a 122 vote lead over Republican Paul Battisti.
The Democrat faced a challenge from an independent candidate.
Boland, a Democrat, took nearly 80 percent of the vote.
The next hurdle is a federal trial in December in which a coalition of state attorneys general are challenging the merger as anti-competitive.
County officials say nearly 400 people voted early.
“I think that it’s my right, It’s a privilege, and if I want to make change it starts at the booth.”
Governor Andrew Cuomo supports fusion voting, or allowing candidates to run on multiple party lines, even though a commission appointed by the governor could end the practice.
Nearly 2,000 people sent ticks to a citizen science tick testing program run by Upstate Medical University in Syracuse this year.
New research is showing signs that a measles infection can produce what specialists call “immune amnesia.”
The vaping-related respiratory illness that has sickened over 1,800 people across the nation, including 156 New Yorkers, and caused 38 deaths.
Rules on coal ash ponds, wastewater from coal-fired power plants are targeted
The health insurer must pay restitution to policy holders in cases where claims were miscalculated.
Voters can cast ballots on the proposed amendment, but the state won’t do an official count until courts decide whether the victims’ rights proposal is constitutional.
“People who are worrying about affordable housing can’t live in the City of Ithaca so they’re not voting in Ithaca.”
The $7.7 million project is funded mostly from the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance.
“I always wanted an educational facility to be there”
The president accused E. Jean Carroll of “totally lying” when she said he assaulted her more than two decades ago. Now, Carroll is taking him to court for allegedly smearing her in the media.
Lawyers for President Trump say they plan to appeal to the Supreme Court, potentially setting up an election-year decision about disclosing the president’s finances.
Tri-Cities Opera presents ‘We Shall Find Peace: A Tribute to the Armed Forces’ to commemorate Veteran’s Day.
In New York, a bill that would regulate CBD is in limbo. The State Legislature has approved it, but Gov. Andrew Cuomo hasn’t acted on it yet.
Plastic doesn’t go away, but it breaks down in the environment. One bottle can degrade into hundreds, even thousands, of tiny pieces of plastic the size of a grain of sand, which can be eaten by birds or fish.
The president has changed his legal residence to Florida, a state with no income taxes. “I cherish New York,” he tweeted, but Trump said he had been “treated very badly” by New York political leaders.
The school has been closed since 2017.
Under the proposal, voters would need to present a form of identification before casting a ballot, such as a driver’s license, passport, military ID card, or other government-issued ID document.
The remains of Coast Guard Lieutenant Thomas James Eugene Crotty, known by friends and loved ones as “Jimmy,” were returned Friday in a solemn ceremony at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station.
The Oneonta Concert Association welcomes two Oneonta resident to their music series. We hear from flutist Ana Laura Gonzalez about the concert which blends classical repertoire with music from Latin American and from the Philippines, the birthplace of her collaborative pianist Fideliz Campbell.
Photo credit: Oneonta Concert Association
At one point during the storm, Steuben County officials say 17,500 customers lost power.
The state health department said prices for most of its insurance policies are not increasing from 2019 to 2020 — and in some cases, they’re dropping.
Over 130,000 New Yorkers have already voted in the November elections as part of the state’s first-ever early voting system. And those who are closely watching say so far, it’s been a largely successful rollout.
Ithaca residents have two choices for mayor this election. Incumbent Svante Myrick is running against challenger Adam Levine.
Battisti spoke as part of WSKG’s interview series with all three candidates.
The vote went along party lines.
SRO Productions presents William Finn and James Lapine’s musical ‘Falsettos’.
“Getting an extra hour of sleep … that is great, initially, but our body actually thinks we’re an hour behind, and it leads us to think we’re not getting enough sleep or getting too much sleep, and we feel jet-lagged.”
In the email to a commission formed to create a public campaign financing system for New York elections, Democratic Party Chair Jay Jacobs proposed changing the qualifications for minor parties to automatically earn a place on the ballot.
A similar bill was derailed last October after one lawmaker required a rule banning telemedicine for prescribing abortion drugs.
The ACLU and other groups had argued the victims’ rights constitutional amendment is too broad and could compromise the rights of the accused. The judge agreed.
Ithaca residents have two choices for mayor this election. Adam Levine is running against two-term incumbent Svante Myrick. Levine has lived in Ithaca for almost 20 years.
“I do view this vote here coming up this week as an impeachment vote in regards to do you approve impeachment, do you disapprove of impeachment.”
Gelson spoke as part of WSKG’s interview series with all three candidates.
A New York pathologist who observed the autopsy says Epstein’s neck fractures are “more indicative” of homicidal strangulation than suicide. The current medical examiner stands by her conclusion.
The Southern Tier Singers Collective presents a concert for All Souls’ Day.
Two Democratic state lawmakers have introduced a bill that would give customers in cafes, fast food shops and even in some restaurants, the option to use their own container for coffee, water, or to bring home left overs.
Once signed, the measure will give grants to nonprofits susceptible to hate crimes. Though few lawmakers ever opposed it, the legislative process was unpredictable.
The bills are in their early days, but they’ve already gotten early rebukes from staff for one of two pension systems.
Korchak spoke as part of WSKG’s interview series with all three candidates.
Five candidates vie to fill three open seats for New York Supreme Court.
If you or someone you know has an urgent mental health concern please call the national suicide prevention lifeline 1-800-273-8255.
University of Rochester assistant professor of history Brianna Theobald explores the history of the forced sterilization of Native American women. She says the federal government subsidized doctors to perform these procedures in the 1970s.
The possible timing of a special election for a congressional seat has some Republicans crying foul.
“We find, unfortunately, that even some of the younger students are vaping, and it seems like it’s something that’s going to continue to grow as a problem.”
What Pennsylvania voters need to know about the victims’ rights amendment on the Nov. 5 ballot
The controversial Berks Family Residential Center is one of three facilities in the US that detains undocumented parents and children together.
“Despite this great victory, we must not confuse the death of this evil man with the total defeat of ISIS.”
Cheryl LaFleur fears regulator’s credibility is hurt by more party-line voting
Union leaders interpreted Corrections Secretary John Wetzel’s quiet aside at a prison closure hearing as dismissive.
“I made fun of my husband for the thought of going his early, but apparently he wasn’t alone.”
“They whom we commemorate were willing to sacrifice, so too must we in a less final, less heroic way be willing to give of ourselves,”
“When there’s a sudden reversals based on zero evidence, it seems, it makes you wonder whether other people are pulling the strings here.”
“The amount of preparation we’ve put into preparing for early voting is like, I would say equal to the amount of preparation you put into preparing for a general election.”
At issue is whether the state should have reduced funds to employers who hire people with intellectual disabilities.
“We have choices about what we consent to and what we don’t consent to. That’s a nonviolent practice of withdrawing consent.”
They want two more full-time staff members, more money and a longer commitment to funding.
The company warns customers not to give out personal information to unsolicited callers.
As part of the Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra’s Beethoven Project, Theatre Street Productions presents ‘Beethoven at the Phelps Mansion.’
63 projects along the Lake Ontario shoreline will receive $133 million in state funding. Gov. Andrew Cuomo made the announcement Wednesday during a stop at the Port of Rochester.
Republican leaders in the New York Legislature are speaking out against a commission that is creating a public campaign financing system for state elected offices, saying the panel is fatally flawed.
Applied behavior analysts are licensed in 30 states. Pennsylvania isn’t one of them.
Opponents of the victims’ rights amendment say it’s too broad and would cause “immediate and irreparable harm” to the accused. Marsy’s Law backers firmly disagree.
Republican Paul Battisti, Democrat Debra Gelson and Libertarian Mike Korchak discussed multiple issues during the 90-minute forum.
Clare Grady faces 25 years in prison.
The capsule was actually a waterlogged tin box, that has a bunch of what appears to be old newspapers, books and other items.
Challenger Adam Levine says more should be done to help residents who are being pushed out of Ithaca by new housing developments, which he blames for driving up costs.
“I think we need to come up with better guidelines from the state and not leave it just to the counties to determine where (polling places) can be.”
Supporters of the bill say it is a needed correction to a burdensome system, but opponents say it just makes the departments needlessly opaque.
Calling the issue a matter of public health, the group is proposing four bills that would require public restrooms to provide free pads and tampons to anyone who needs them.
The state estimates that most jobs created in the next decade will require workers to use computers, and many opportunities will be STEM-related.
Cameras will be equipped on stop signs on the outside of buses.
The Madrigal Choir of Binghamton honors the centennial of women’s suffrage with a concert of music by women composers.
In the wake of a New York child’s death, U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer is pushing for federal regulations on grease trap lids.
The initiative to end the AIDS epidemic in New York state by the end of 2020 is making progress. Recent data show new HIV diagnoses last year dropped 11%.
Lake Ontario hovers 16 inches above its long-term average, with a bleak forecast from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Almost a year after lines opened, residents will say the project remains a risk to public safety
The measure would outlaw abortions from the time a fetal heartbeat is detected. That’s usually around six or seven weeks—before most women know they are pregnant.
Pennsylvania’s brand new House Oversight Committee held its first-ever hearing Monday, on whether there should be tighter rules for lobbyists to disclose what they spend on lawmakers.
Advocates have long debated if online schools can replicate the academic enrichment and socialization of traditional schools. In Pennsylvania, that debate has come to the foreground.
“In putting together quid pro quo and hostile work environment, 31 percent of women and 18.9 percent of men experience it, and that translates into 3.9 million people.”
With the 2020 census approaching, black community leaders are brushing up on the best ways to get people counted.
The research challenges electronic cigarette industry claims about health risks the devices pose.
Suvero’s acclaimed sculptures are in public spaces all over the world and in the collections of major museums. The sculptor recently installed his largest work at the Storm King Arts Center in the Hudson Valley.
In an interview with NPR, the New York congresswoman said her decision to endorse Sanders is part of a movement that is “far larger than a presidential campaign.”
Delgado met with people affected by opioids and medical professionals working to provide addiction recovery treatment. He represents New York’s 19th congressional district.
The Binghamton Chapter of the American Guild of Organists welcomes organist Bryan Dunnewald.
Home Energy Assistance Program is a federally funded program meant to help low-income households pay for heat during the winter.
Reed described those who voted against the president as showing a “political cowardice” that was “appalling.”
The states also agreed to take more steps to discourage minors from vaping any type of products, including nicotine.
Stan Whittingham is regarded as the man who laid the groundwork for the science.
Tri-Cities Opera presents Giacomo Puccini’s ‘Tosca’
“The timeline was too short and it was yet another unfunded mandate.”
The story of the Russian witch ‘Baba Yaga’ is told in dance in Elmira and Binghamton.
“Elijah Cummings was not just a great congressman, but a great man.”
ROCHESTER, NY (WXXI) – Many of the growing number of lung injuries caused by vaping in New York state are being treated in Rochester. In the state health department’s regional breakdown of New York state, western New York is a 17-county region that stretches from the shore of Lake Erie in the west nearly to Syracuse and Binghamton in the east. Thirty-one cases of vaping lung injuries have been reported in that region. More than half of them have been treated at one hospital: Strong Memorial in Rochester. The University of Rochester Medical Center, which runs Strong, said the concentration does not mean that Rochester is the center of an epidemic.
Powerful storm is moving across the state Wednesday and into Thursday
The Binghamton University Theatre Department presents Sarah DeLappe’s award-winning play ‘The Wolves’.
Teri Rennia said Mayor David should instead focus attention on the deaths of Broome County Jail inmates.
Polish opposition critics worry that the ruling party’s changes to courts and press freedom are a threat to their democracy.
According to NYSEG there are three ways to identify a leak: by smell, by sound, or by sight.
Dr. Khalid Qazi was eventually able to return to the Buffalo area from Kashmir, but for weeks had no means to contact loved ones outside the disputed territory.
ROCHESTER, NY (WXXI) – A former Brighton resident is suing the Democrat and Chronicle and its parent company, Gannett, claiming he was sexually abused by a supervisor when he was a paperboy. Rick Bates said he was 11 years old when the alleged incidents started in the early 1980s. “I’m filing a suit against Gannett to hold them accountable for the conditions they created that left me and other paperboys alone,” he said. “We got up and worked for them at 5 in the morning and made them money, and they left us alone with a predator.” Bates said he delivered newspapers in Brighton around the apartment complex on Eastbrooke Lane where he lived with his mother and an older brother.
“It’s how they went about trying to execute it.”
It begins at 8 p.m. ET. The CNN/New York Times Democratic Presidential Debate airs live on CNN. You can also listen to it on WSKG.
Recent reports and studies suggest that the outsized political power of hospitals is a big reason why American health care is so expensive.
Earlier this year, the state’s health department issued changes to a program known as CDPA, that helps pay the wages for in-home assistance. The reductions totaled $150 million.
Still, he called some of Schiff’s overall rhetoric “dangerous” and “divisive”.
Three figures tell the problem: in 1990, a little under 10% of New York’s adults were obese. In 2000, it was 17%. Now, it is approaching 28%.
A New York commission formed to come up with a plan to publicly finance state election campaigns will hold a special meeting on Columbus Day.
Resolves 2018 order involving more than 1,000 wells.
New York announced the largest decrease in HIV diagnoses since the state started the “Ending the Epidemic” initiative. Governor Cuomo’s goal is to end the epidemic by 2020.
The D.A. said it was never his desire that either of the two young African-Americans arrested have criminal records or go to prison.
He called criticism Trump’s decision cowardly
“This legislative package will require more accurate data from internet service providers and ensure that new broadband service funded through the FCC will deliver internet at speeds required for the modern era.”
The budget was approved by city council early this week
The Friends of Music of Stamford, New York welcome violinist Rachel Lee Priday and pianist Marija Stroke.
A new report by the National Audubon Society says Pennsylvania’s state bird the ruffed grouse and New Jersey’s American goldfinch could disappear from the state.
Marsy’s Law would insert a bill of rights for crime victims in Pennsylvania’s constitution. The ACLU thinks it’s too sweeping and would need to be broken into parts.
The Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Service Community Land Trust plans to use it on two developments that will result in 18 affordable homes.
Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff said the Trump Administration’s efforts to block subpoenas and witnesses in the impeachment inquiry are unprecedented.
While opponents criticize lack of prosecutorial experience, PBA representatives call Battisti a friend of law enforcement.
“What I am going to say to you tonight is I’m going to look at every piece of evidence and all the facts that come out and if and when articles of impeachment are presented to the full house, I will vote based upon the evidence that I have reviewed through this investigation.”
Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman are associates of President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and reportedly aided Giuliani’s efforts to have Ukraine investigate former Vice President Joe Biden.
Last week, Congressman Antonio Delgado hosted a hearing in Columbia County where the public and some experts had the ear of the Federal Communications Commission, the agency responsible for broadband.