City officials have decided not to renew the program that began back in 2011 in the Flower City.
The program faced a lawsuit in 2012 over claims that it didn't allow drivers due process.
That suit failed in state Supreme Court.
City officials ...
It would've given farmers up to a 5-thousand dollar tax break for donating surplus crops to charity.Natasha Thompson is president of the Food Bank of the Southern Tier."
State senator Tom O'Mara says he's disappointed by the decision.O'Mara says ...
The $2 million project will focus on Monroe and Carbon counties.
PennDot says the implementation of guard rails between opposing lanes of traffic will save lives.
Six children and three adults were trapped in the blaze in Whitney Point. Everyone got out alive, but an infant and 10 year-old are still in critical condition.
Neighbors describe the tragedy in one word--heartache.The ...
A hearing will happen Monday morning, December 5th in Harrisburg to consider an election challenge from third party candidate Dr. Jill Stein.
She says electronic voting machines could have been manipulated by malware.
Pennsylvania Congressman ...
The Virginia-based energy company Apex wants to erect 70 turbines some 600 feet above the scenic shores of Lake Ontario east of Niagara Falls.
Wildlife groups are concerned the towering turbines could disrupt a major flyway for migrating birds. ...
The 11th District Republican Representative is meeting today with the President-Elect.
Barletta, the former mayor of Hazelton, currently sits on the House Homeland Security and Transportation committees.
He is rumored to be the "odds on ...
A woman, hunting with a group of friends, was fatally shot in the stomach on Sunday afternoon in Caledonia.
Livingston County Sheriff Tom Dougherty welcomes hunting, but says he' does not want to see people get hurt. The ...
More than 9,000 sportsmen are expected to take part in the two-week hunt which ends December 10th.
Last year, 27% of the total deer harvest and nearly 50% of the buck harvest came on the opening day of Rifle Season.
Teaching programs throughout the State University of New York system have experienced roughly a 40 percent decline in enrollment over the past five years, records show.
Education officials attributed the decline to an increase in standardized ...