List by Author: Bob Price

Corbett scales back goal in Pa. pension overhaul

02.12.14 | Bob Price

Gov. Tom Corbett is making a new effort to persuade lawmakers to pare back public employee pension benefits, but the scale of the savings and changes he's seeking appear more modest. Corbett's budget secretary, Charles Zogby, said Monday the ...

Flight 3407 Disaster: Five Years Later

02.12.14 | Bob Price

After a commuter flight fell from the sky onto a western New York home five years ago, the relatives of the passengers killed were too grief-stricken to appreciate the outpouring of support they received from strangers. At Wednesday's memorial ...

Gov candidate Schwartz: Decriminalize marijuana in PA

02.12.14 | Bob Price

Only one Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate supports the full legalization of marijuana, but the rest could probably be split up into who’s for decriminalizing small amounts of the stuff, and who isn’t. During a lengthy discussion ...

Home-schooler's mom sues over PIAA ban keeping her son off Christian school's sports teams

02.11.14 | Bob Price

Saying the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association is misinterpreting its own rules, an East Shore mother is waging a court fight to get her home-schooled son on a local Christian school's soccer and basketball teams. So far, according ...

Report: Pa. House Speaker Sam Smith will retire

02.11.14 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania House Speaker Sam Smith will retire rather than face a second conservative primary challenge to his office, two well-connected Republican lobbyists said late Monday. Smith, R-Jefferson County, will forgo a contentious Republican ...

More New York students taking AP exams

02.11.14 | Bob Price

More public high school graduates in New York and around the country are taking Advanced Placement exams than a decade ago, according to a report. The College Board, which runs the exams, is issuing its annual report Tuesday on the AP Program, ...

Lake Snows Possible Along Ontario Shore Today

02.11.14 | Bob Price

The National Weather Service has a LAKE EFFECT SNOW ADVISORY in place until 1 this afternoon for Niagara & Orleans Counties, with poor visibilites and as much as 6 inches of snow possible.  Visibility could be reduced to as low as half a ...

Home-schooler's mom sues over PIAA ban keeping her son off Christian school's sports teams

02.10.14 | Bob Price

Saying the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association is misinterpreting its own rules, an East Shore mother is waging a court fight to get her home-schooled son on a local Christian school's soccer and basketball teams. So far, according ...

Bomb Threat Prompts Lockdown, Evacuation at Niagara County Schools

02.10.14 | Bob Price

A bomb threat triggered evacuations at one Niagara County school and a lockdown at another. The all clear has been issued at Niagara Falls High School, and students are expected to return to the classrooms in Niagara Wheatfield late Monday morning. ...

Rally For Royalties Planned In Towanda

02.10.14 | Bob Price

Bradford County Commissioners are inviting landowners in the county to a rally on the steps of the courthouse in Towanda. The rally is to show support for State House Bill #1684 to protect the gas royalty interests of landowners. The ...

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