List by Author: Bob Price

Water Saving Measures Helping In Lyndonville

08.05.16 | Bob Price

In the wake of the ongoing drought, four Western New York communities remain under water conservation advisories; Alden, North Collins, Lewiston, and Lyndonville. Lyndonville, a village in the Orleans County town of Yates, was the first to impose ...

Lawmakers grill official over Start-Up NY

08.04.16 | Bob Price

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's top economic-development official on Wednesday bemoaned a wave of negative attention surrounding Start-Up NY, a state program that created just 408 new jobs in its first two years despite a $53 million advertising campaign. A ...

Tractor-trailer drags man in wheelchair in Syracuse

08.04.16 | Bob Price

A man in a wheelchair has been seriously injured after police say he was dragged several hundred feet by a tractor-trailer in central New York. Syracuse police say a man in a motorized wheelchair was in an intersection Wednesday afternoon when he ...

Judge's order says Sandusky could testify in appeal hearing

08.04.16 | Bob Price

Former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky could take the stand during his appeal hearing later this month. A new court order issued Tuesday by Judge John Cleland said Sandusky may testify, as long as prosecutors approve it and are ...

Cuomo Announces Statewide High Speed Internet Plan

08.04.16 | Bob Price

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday in Columbia County the next steps in his goal to bring high-speed Internet to the entire state by 2018.  The state will be helping to fund the buildout of services to 34,000 homes in rural areas without ...

Pool owners can help NY track invasive beetles killing trees

08.03.16 | Bob Price

If you have a pool, you can help New York state officials keep track of an invasive beetle. The state Department of Environmental Conservation is running its annual Asian long-horned beetle swimming pool survey this month. This is the time of ...

Half of Pennsylvania’s Roundabouts Show A Decrease In Crashes

08.03.16 | Bob Price

Officials from PennDOT believe a roundabout in the Back Mountain of Luzerne County will improve traffic congestion and safety in the Dallas area. So we looked into how safe other roundabouts proved to be across the state. More and more in ...

Drought has insects seeking relief indoors

08.03.16 | Bob Price

The severe drought has its consequences, which include its ability to send pests into your home as they seek relief. "They don't want to attack people. They are not damaging your house or infesting your food most of the time. They're just looking ...

Marijuana Possession in State College

08.03.16 | Bob Price

Possession of a small amount of marijuana within State College Borough will now be a summary offense, rather than a misdemeanor. Borough Council passed a rule Monday, voting 5-2 for the ordinance, allowing police to treat some marijuana offenses ...

Pool owners can help NY track invasive beetles killing trees

08.03.16 | Bob Price

If you have a pool, you can help New York state officials keep track of an invasive beetle. The state Department of Environmental Conservation is running its annual Asian long-horned beetle swimming pool survey this month. This is the time of year ...

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