List by Author: Bill Price

Stray Cats May Have Been Poisoned in Pennsylvania

06.12.15 | Bill Price

About a dozen stray cats have turned up dead in eastern Pennsylvania and police say they may have been poisoned. Lower Saucon Township police said Thursday the cats had no signs of trauma and appeared to be in good condition. Police are ...

PA to Auction Over 340 Seized and Fleet Vehicles

06.12.15 | Bill Price

Luxury cars and sport utility vehicles seized by police will be among more than 340 vehicles up for bid when Pennsylvania holds its third fleet auction of 2015 next week. The auction will begin at 10 a.m. on Tuesday at Manheim Keystone ...

Tornado Confirmed in Ontario County, NY

06.12.15 | Bill Price

As lightning flashed and storm clouds roiled Wednesday night, the National Weather Service saw tell-tale signs on radar and issued a tornado warning for northern Ontario County. It was 9:46 p.m. Word went out immediately via weather radios, ...

Rochester, NY: The Best City in America to Find a Job

06.12.15 | Bill Price

Move over, Grand Rapids. This year Forbes named Rochester the best city in the nation to find a job. Last year the Michigan city led the tally with a 28 percent net employment outlook—which refers to the number of employers who plan to add ...

Split PA House Votes Against Wolf Death Penalty Moratorium

06.11.15 | Bill Price

A divided Pennsylvania House is weighing in against Gov. Tom Wolf’s death penalty moratorium in the form of a nonbinding resolution. The House voted 119 to 71 on Wednesday in favor of a Republican-penned resolution that condemned the ...

Governor Wolf Loses Legal Fight Over Arneson: Appeals Ruling

06.11.15 | Bill Price

In a tight 4-3 decision, Commonwealth Court ruled that Wolf overstepped his bounds when he fired Erik Arneson as executive director of the Office of Open Records. The court ruled that OOR is an independent agency beyond the reach of the chief ...

Powerful Storms Tear Through Region

06.11.15 | Bill Price

Heavy rain accompanied by strong winds deluged parts of the area Wednesday night. The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for Ontario County Wednesday night, and there were reports of numerous trees down in Victor, Manchester and ...

Macedon Votes to Dissolve

06.11.15 | Bill Price

Macedon residents voted to dissolve the village 300 to 246 Wednesday after two previous votes kept the village intact. Residents in favor of dissolution cited high taxes in the village and duplicated services between the village and town. A ...

Montel Williams Pushes for Medical Marijuana in PA

06.10.15 | Bill Price

Montel Williams is expected to be in Harrisburg this week. The Emmy award winning talk show host is lobbying for the legalization of medicinal marijuana. Williams, who’s been living with multiple sclerosis since 1999, recently wrote an ...

Senate Confirms Transgender Woman as PA Physician General

06.10.15 | Bill Price

A transgender woman has the approval of the Pennsylvania Senate to be Pennsylvania’s physician general in what one lawmaker calls a “history making” vote. Dr. Rachel Levine unanimously won confirmation Tuesday. House Rep. Dan ...

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