List by Author: Bob Price

Maine-Endwell advances in Little League World Series with win over Tennessee

08.23.16 | Bob Price

Maine-Endwell took on Southeast Champion Goodlettsville, Tennessee in the second round of the Little League World Series Monday afternoon. Maine-Endwell beat Tennessee 3-1. Ryan Harlost kicked things off at the bottom of the 1st inning with a ...

Trump Leads Clinton by 5+ Points in the Key Battleground State of Pennsylvania

08.23.16 | Bob Price

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has surged to a 5-point lead over democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania as per the poll conducted by CEPEX Center for Excellence in Project Execution, ...

New York State Fair: Amusement Ride Safety

08.23.16 | Bob Price

Before the fun begins this Thursday at the New York State Fair, safety comes first. With amusement parks across the country under scrutiny for ride-related accidents and deaths ─ the Fair is keeping all safety inspections as ...

For Kane, bitter months ahead as sentencing looms

08.22.16 | Bob Price

Facing a possible prison term, the loss of her law license, an impeachment push, and a contentious divorce, former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane can expect bitter months ahead. Still, the Scranton Democrat appeared calm, almost ...

Maine-Endwell fans make the most of rain delay at LLWS

08.22.16 | Bob Price

Fans of the Maine-Endwell little league made the most of the rain delay at the Little League World Series Sunday. Sunday was a washout in Williamsport. All fans of the team took cover anywhere they could and tried to find ways to pass the ...

Soldiers in UK's Scottish unit plan 340-mile US canoe trip

08.22.16 | Bob Price

Two-and-a-half centuries after their military ancestors fought and died in two 18th century North American wars, members of the British army's Scottish regiment will embark on a 340-mile canoe trip that will trace the water route many of their ...

Erie physician to take donated tennis rackets to refugee children in Africa

08.22.16 | Bob Price

When Brian Stark travels to the Kakuma refugee camp in Africa in October, the Erie physician will deliver antibiotics, multivitamins and nutritional medicine to some of the world's poorest people. He'll also have tennis rackets. How many rackets ...

Pennsylvania's Attorney General has gone on trial in a perjury and obstruction case that prosecutors say stems from her drive for political revenge

08.10.16 | Bob Price

They say Democrat Kathleen Kane was incensed about a news article that faulted her for not charging anyone in a statehouse bribery sting. So she leaked grand jury material to the media to embarrass the former staff lawyer she thought planted the ...

New York's top education officials hosted an event at the University of Buffalo yesterday to talk about the growing teacher shortage problem

08.10.16 | Bob Price

Dave Collins with SUNY says the U.S. will need one-and-a-half million new teachers in the coming decade.While in Buffalo, New York's top education activists brainstormed ways to recruit and retain the teachers of tomorrow.  &...

Flooding is being reported near the Kinzua Dam in Warren County, Pennsylvania

08.10.16 | Bob Price

That dam is one of the largest east of the Mississippi. The area was inundated with four inches of rain overnight. A flash flood warning continues for north-central Pennsylvania though the morning.

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