List by Author: Traci Lynn Woolsey

Rep. Chris Collins and his Dem. challenger are neck & neck in WNY race

10.16.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

New York's 27th Congressional District race is very close, according to a new Spectrum News/Siena College poll. 46% of respondents said they'd vote for Republican Chris Collins, while 43% claim loyalty to Democratic challenger Nate McMurray. In...

Auto club in Hershey applauds Mustang designer

10.11.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

The Antique Automotive Club of America applauded the maker of one of America's classic sports cars, the Ford Mustang. Gale Halderman says his design came from an assignment in the early 1960s to design a new sports car costing less than $2,500...

Anti-religion non-profit calls on Honesdale to remove cross and star

10.09.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

The Freedom from Religion group says the Honesdale symbols lit at holidays violate the Constitution and need to be moved to private property. Honesdale Mayor Sarah Canfield received the complaint letter in June. The letter was on the borough's...

NY school leaders work to reverse teacher shortage

10.05.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

As schools districts across the Empire State face a shortfall of teachers, teacher union members and school leaders are working on ways to encourage future educators. Jolene DiBrango with New York State Union of Teachers says one solution called...

Lockport to add luster downtown with revitalization contest winnings

10.04.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

The Niagara County city is the most recent winner of Governor Cuomo's downtown revitalization contest.  Lockport has been awarded $10 million to make the downtown more attractive to businesses, tourists and residents. Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul...

Listening sessions on recreational pot reach around NY

10.04.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Residents spoke out last night in Buffalo about possible legalization of recreational marijuana, but police insist approval could spell challenges. Buffalo Police Captain Jeff Rinaldo says if the Empire state gives the green light to...

Want to own a home in Pennsylvania?

09.27.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey, Brandon Dickson

The Keystone State's Senate has advanced legislation to create special savings accounts for first-time homebuyers. If the measure is passed, the money could be deducted from your state income tax. Account holders could contribute up to $50,000...

Gov. Cuomo signs bill to allow medical pot for chronic pain

09.25.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey, Brandon Dickson

Andrew Cuomo says he hopes that pain sufferers will choose pot over more addictive opioids. The governor also says his staff is working on legislation that would make recreational marijuana available to New Yorkers over 21. Pro-family groups...

A national prayer event takes place next week in all 50 states

09.21.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

This year's Tent America 2018 event will be held Sept. 27-29th. Jodie Brandt,  a coordinator for the Pennsylvania gathering, says the 53 hours will include non-stop prayer, worship, Scripture-reading, and evangelism. More details about the...

A central PA church is gearing up to help more hurricane victims this year

09.20.18 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Jill Bond with Revival Tabernacle in Northumberland County says they're teaming up with Night Runners Crisis Services to get the supplies where they're needed in the hard-hit Carolinas. Bond tells Family Life News canned food is one of the...

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