The bill requires some public water systems to create an asset management plan, a mandate that municipal leaders and environmental groups called a solution in search of a problem. CLICK HERE.
As the sun set, Wanda John’s son emerged from his mother's half-demolished farmhouse in rural Seneca County. The walls are a mess of splintered wood and plaster, tufts of pink fiberglass strewn about.
WSKG- Gov. Kathy Hochul said masks will not be required in schools this year, but New York is stockpiling rapid tests and personal protective equipment in anticipation of yet another potential surge of COVID-19 as the fall gets underway. Dr. Mary Bassett, the state’s health commissioner, said the best protection for kids is to get vaccinated.
Explore the Science of Homes with Grace and Corbett Lunsford, Home Diagnosis TV
Thursday, September 8
7pm Science Pub Begins
WSKG is kicking off the fourth season of Science Pub welcoming Grace and Corbett Lunsford, the creators and co-costs of the national PBS series Home Diagnosis- a deep dive into the physics, chemistry, and microbiology of homes. RSVP YOUR SEAT TO SCIENCE HERE.
WSKG - Schools across Pennsylvania – especially those the state has labeled as underfunded – will be welcoming students in the coming weeks with more cash in their budgets. The state’s lowest-funded districts – about a fifth of its 500 public school groups – are getting $225 million more, on top of almost $850 million in basic and special education cash.