The Pennsylvania public high school is ending its long tradition of offering a prayer during its graduation ceremony on June 15th.
Its because there was a complaint after a student last year invoked the name of Jesus during the benediction.
Joe Miano, a prison guard in Attica, says despite a decrease in the overall prison population, the remaining inmates tend to be more violent. Over the past five years, inmate assaults on prison guards in New York have jumped nearly ...
One visitor insist, "There were dead fish all over the place."
Wildlife officials say it does not appear to be pollution, and they don't think the public is at any risk. Still, the smell is overwhelming according to one Kingston ...
Local dairy operations tell Family Life News if New York lawmakers allow it, many of them will go out of business.
Approximately 60,000 farm-hands toil on 35,000 dairy farms across the Empire State.
SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher will exit her half-a-million dollar post in June of 2017.
Zimpher has served as head of the 64-campus SUNY system for seven years.
The 69 year-old says she wants to give a one year notice so the board of trustees has ...
Voters say it's an outrage that former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and former Senate Leader Dean Skelos get to collect a pension, despite being sentenced to prison.
58% of voters support making the state legislature a full-time job and just as ...
It says the average low-income worker in the Keystone State would need to work more than 100 hours a week just to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment.
The minimum wage is currently $7.25 an hour in Pennsylvania.
Experts say the average ...
Police say the violence was fueled by a Facebook fight over a guy.
The 18-year-old is dead and a 16-year-old high school sophomore is being charged with homicide.
The Tioga county community could win $25,000.
The goal of the Inaugural Independent We Stand "America's Main Streets" contest is to promote the importance and strong economic benefits of main streets and small businesses.
The top ten were voted ...
They've been on strike since mid-April in nine eastern states including New York and Pennsylvania.
The workers have agreed to end their job action after receiving a nearly 11 % pay raise over four years.