List by Author: Sarah Harnisch

What To Know and Where To Go On General Election Day In NY, PA

11.05.13 | Sarah Harnisch

It is general election day in New York and Pennsylvania. Polls are open until 9 p.m. in New York, 8 p.m. in Pennsylvania. In New York, "Prop 1" is the most contentious issue, whether or not to expand casino gambling in the Empire State. In ...

Child Wanders Onto The Stage With The Pope

10.31.13 | Sarah Harnisch

A little boy stole the show from Pope Francis During an event over the weekend in front of thousands in St. Peter's Square

PA House Close On Bill To Fix Bridges and Roads

10.21.13 | Sarah Harnisch

Pennsylvania's state House could have a plan to fix thousands of roads and bridges this week. The House hammered out details over the weekend of a 2.2 billion dollar package; and they'll be in Harrisburg again today, Tuesday and Wednesday before ...

Hearing Today On Webster, NY Ambush

10.21.13 | Sarah Harnisch

The woman accused of giving weapons to the gunman behind the Christmas Eve ambush in Webster could testify today at a pretrial hearing in Rochester, New York. Dawn Nguyen is accused of lying on applications to buy guns at Gander Mountain. Police ...

30 PA Pastors To To Marry Gay Couples In Defiance Of Biblical Marriage

10.21.13 | Sarah Harnisch

There is a movement across the state of Pennsylvania to get same sex marriage legalized. But it's not coming from gay rights groups-- it's coming from pastors. More then 30 Methodist pastors from Reading to Philadelphia are vowing to officiate same ...

Three Women Running For Mayor Of Upstate NY's Largest Cities

10.21.13 | Sarah Harnisch

In a state infamously govered by 3 men in a room, three women want to take the helm of major upstate cities. Rochester and Albany have the chance to elect their first female mayors come November, when Lovely Warren and Kathy Sheehan top the ...

NY Casino Wording Lawsuit Won't Be Appealed

10.18.13 | Sarah Harnisch

That is the end of the challenge to New York's casino gambling referendum on the November 5th ballot. The man behind the only lawsuit is walking away. Eric Snyder, whose lawsuit challenging the ballot proposition was tossed by the State Supreme ...

Cideries Will Need A License In NY State

10.18.13 | Sarah Harnisch

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the "farm cideries bill" that establishes a new license for farm cideries. Under the bill, in order to obtain a farm cidery license, the hard cider must be made exclusively from apples grown in New York state ...

Unemployment Application Changes in PA

10.18.13 | Sarah Harnisch

Starting Monday, callers to Pennsylvania's unemployment compensation call centers will be asked to contact the centers on a specific day based on the last digit of their Social Security numbers.  The Department of Labor and Industry says it is ...

What's Open Again In PA After The Government Shutdown

10.18.13 | Sarah Harnisch

Federal offices and national parks in Pennsylvania reopened for business Thursday, a day after U.S. lawmakers approved legislation to end a 16-day partial government shutdown that idled thousands of federal employees in the state while ...

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