It's not a new thing for teachers to be involved at school board meetings, but there's a dawning effort to serve on school boards.
Teachers are stepping up where other community members may fear to tread.
Educators can't assist a board in the ...
The measure would ban abortions after 20 weeks and criminalize the dismemberment of babies in the womb.
The bill, sponsored by Northern Tier Republican Kathy Rapp was "born out" of the abundance of scientific evidence that children in the womb, ...
A pending state regulation could force workers to renew their direct deposit agreements if they want their paycheck sent straight to their bank account.
The state labor department is on the verge of adopting new rules requiring employers to be ...
Already, the Pennsylvania court system has thrown out most the egregious offenses faced by former president Graham Spanier, vice president Gary Schultz, and athletic director Tim Curley.
Five years ago, all three were accused of conspiring to ...
The governor has vowed to allow the $31-and-a-half billion spending plan to become law at the stroke of midnight, even though there's no plan in place on how to pay for it. ...
A large chunk of that spending goes to pay for teacher benefit and retirement packages.
The Empire State spends more than $15-and-a-half billion a year on employee benefits. That"s more than twice the national average.
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale says waiting lists for vets to receive care are too long and too cumbersome at the state's six veteran facilities. DePasquale says there is no protocol in place for tracking complaints at V.A. facilities in ...
The two Democrats both have family roots in the electric city and will speak at a noon-time rally at the Riverfront Sports Complex.
Voters have mixed reaction to the high profile visit.Pundits say the race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump ...
The dry spell will be parched some by rain this weekend but climatologists say it won't be the kind of soaking rain needed to alleviate the drought, which is the worst in New York since the year 2000.
A Virginia-based health care company is opening a new call center in Gates, New York and looking to hire 2,000 people.
The Maximus complex will need call center phone operators, analysts, accountants, and managers. &nb...