List by Author: Jeremy Miller

Dick Clark Had Upstate NY Roots

04.19.12 | Jeremy Miller

Entertainment icon Dick Clark passed away yesterday at the age of 82. A statement from his family confirms that Clark succumbed to a massive heart attack and efforts to resuscitate him were not successful. The producer, host and entertainer, who ...

New York Offers Incentives to Volunteers

04.19.12 | Jeremy Miller

Proposed legislation aims to keep New York's volunteer firefighters and emergency medical technicians by offering more perks to join their ranks and help local towns support their hometown heroes by preventing potential for future property tax ...

Exceptions Made for PA Voter ID Law

04.19.12 | Jeremy Miller

State officials say Pennsylvania voters can now use long-expired state driver's licenses or non-driver ID cards to obtain a photo ID card more easily. Secretary of State Carol Aichele said the new policy allows most people with a license or ID ...

Partnership Compiles Christian Records

04.18.12 | Jeremy Miller

The Evangelical Church in America is partnering with archives.com, a family history website. The partnership includes plans to digitize and index 1,000 reels of microfilm containing millions of baptism, confirmation, marriage and funeral records ...

NY Farmers Fight Against New Labor Regulations

04.18.12 | Jeremy Miller

Many farmers throughout New York State are trying to block new federal labor regulations, which they say threaten the future of family farms. The U.S. Department of Labor issued new guidelines governing the employment of 14 and 15 year olds. The ...

U.S., NATO Condemn Gruesome Photos

04.18.12 | Jeremy Miller

U.S. and NATO officials are condemning photos of American troops posing with bodies of suicide bombers in Afghanistan two years ago. The photos, published today by the "Los Angeles Times," show American GI's smiling next to the corpses. ...

Santorum Steps Aside

04.10.12 | Jeremy Miller

Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum is suspending his presidential campaign.  Santorum managed to score some wins in the race for the GOP presidential nomination, but lagged far behind Mitt Romney in the delegate count.  Santorum ...

Christians and Jews Observe, Celebrate

04.06.12 | Jeremy Miller

Jews around the world will be observing Passover which begins at sundown tonight.  Known as Pesach, the Jewish holiday is the one most commonly observed, even by those described as non-observant Jews.  The Judaism 101 Web site says the ...

Chuck Colson Recovering

04.06.12 | Jeremy Miller

Chuck Colson, founder of Prison Fellowship and the Colson Center for Christian Worldview is showing promising signs of recovery following surgery over the weekend.  A statement on the Prison Fellowship website says The medical procedure was ...

Analysts: Jobs Report Deceiving

04.06.12 | Jeremy Miller

The economy added fewer jobs last month than economists expected, and the nation's unemployment rate was down slightly to eight-point-two percent.  The latest figures from the Labor Department show that 120-thousand jobs were added in ...

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