List by Author: Bob Price

Police Consolidation Effort Fails in Broome County

09.11.13 | Bob Price

A vote has ended the discussion of consolidation between the Endicott Police Department and the Broome County Sheriff's office. But now a new issue will have officers' attention as a contentious union negotiation lies ahead. Village board members ...

It’s Primary Day in NY

09.10.13 | Bob Price

It’s primary day in New York and the state Attorney General's Office plans to operate a hotline during the vote so that voters have somebody to call if they're having language or access issues in casting ballots. Attorney General ...

Free App to Fight Terrorism in PA

09.10.13 | Bob Price

With the 12th anniversary of September 11th approaching, Pennsylvania State Police want to remind you there's a way to help fight terrorism using your smart phone. It’s called the "See Something, Send Something" app. The app, which is free to ...

Spitzer Confident Going into Today’s Primary

09.10.13 | Bob Price

New York’s Ex-Governor Eliot Spitzer has spent a whirlwind two months asking voters to give him another chance after a prostitution scandal ended his political career. Now he's poised to find out whether Democrats will. Polls showed Spitzer ...

Barletta a “No” Vote on Syria

09.10.13 | Bob Price

Pennsylvania Congressman Lou Barletta says he could not "in good conscience" vote in favor of a missile strike on Syria.  The Republican whose 11th congressional district covers parts of Dauphin and Cumberland counties, says the Obama ...

More Parents Opting Kids out of Standardized Tests

09.09.13 | Bob Price

"The opt-out” movement, as it is called, is small but growing. It has been brewing for several years via word of mouth and social media, especially through Facebook. It's unclear if things will change when the Common Core Curriculum and the ...

Poll Shows NY Incumbents in Lead for Fall Election

09.09.13 | Bob Price

The incumbent mayors of Buffalo and Rochester are among candidates ahead in a Siena College poll of likely upstate Democratic mayoral primary voters released Sunday. Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown has a 63-30 percentage-point lead over Bernie Tolbert as ...

Motrin Infant Drops Recalled

09.09.13 | Bob Price

The makers of Motrin are voluntarily recalling about 200,000 bottles of concentrated drops for infants over potential contamination with tiny plastic particles. The manufacturer, Johnson & Johnson, is asking customers to stop using the infant ...

“Fill The Bus” Food Campaign

09.09.13 | Bob Price

From now until September 21st, Wegmans will sponsor the 6th annual “Fill the Bus” Campaign to benefit The Food Bank of the Southern Tier’s Backpack Program.A yellow school bus will be parked in front of Southern Tier Wegmans ...

School Spirit Only Goes So Far in PA

09.06.13 | Bob Price

The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association has voted to limited the amount of body paint students can wear while cheering on their teams at indoor sporting events.  The PIAA’s rule is mostly about security concerns and ...

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