List by Author: Bob Price

Pennsylvania’s voter ID law is still without any power.

11.05.13 | Bob Price

Taxpayers have spent $6 million in advertising for the law which passed both houses of the General Assembly and was signed by Governor Corbett.  But Pennsylvanians don't have to obey it for the fourth consecutive electio...

NY's Master Teacher program expanding

11.05.13 | Bob Price

Educators from six additional regions, including the Finger Lakes and Southern Tier can apply for the program.  It was created by Governor Cuomo to promote and reward science, technology, engineering, and math teachers in the state. ...

Senator Toomey votes for ENDA

11.05.13 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey is backing a high profile, homosexual rights bill.  The conservative Republican voted last night to advance a bill to ban workplace discrimination against gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgendered individuals. ...

Klan rallies at Gettysburg

11.04.13 | Bob Price

A Maryland-based Ku Klux Klan group has been granted permission to rally at the Gettysburg National Military Park.  The white supremists will be at the battlefield from noon to 3:30 p.m. on Nov. 9.  The Klan expects anywhere from 5 ...

Key races to watch on Election Day in NY

11.04.13 | Bob Price

Voters in Albany and Binghamton will elect new mayors tomorrow. Albany will get its first new mayor in 20 years as incumbent Jerry Jennings leaves office. In Binghamton, Republican Rich David and Democrat Teri Rennia are running for the ...

Liheap funds available in PA

11.04.13 | Bob Price

Today’s the day, eligible Pennsylvania residents can start applying for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program or (LIHEAP). It helps low-income people pay their heating bills through home energy assistance grants. Liheap ...

NY begins first statewide school-to-job project

11.04.13 | Bob Price

The first statewide program in the nation using an innovative school-to-career program to link students with companies in search of specific job skills is set to begin in New York. More than 6,000 New York students are expected to join the program, ...

Most in PA oppose repeal of Obamacare

11.01.13 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania voters oppose repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, by a 50-40 percent margin, a statewide poll shows.  The poll of 628 registered voters by Franklin & Marshall College found substantial ...

Ancient find in the Adirondacks

11.01.13 | Bob Price

Archaeologists have uncovered ancient Native American artifacts near a popular state-owned beach in the southern Adirondacks. This is among the earliest known occupied sites in New York state history.  The dig near Million Dollar ...

PA residents living above mine fire free to stay

11.01.13 | Bob Price

The few remaining residents of a Pennsylvania coal town that was largely razed in the 1980s because of an underground mine fire that still burns today have gotten their wish — to be left alone, free to live out their lives there. A lengthy ...

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