List by Category: New York News

Souther Tier School District Under the Gun for Showing Controversial Video

02.22.12 | Bob Price

Horseheads Central School is accused of promoting the gay agenda through an education video on bullying that was showed in the middle-school Social Studies class

Southern Tier Dinner To Honor Victims of the Titanic

02.21.12 | Sarah Harnisch

John Pulos is the owner of a Bed and Breakfast in Montour Falls, New York, in the Watkins Glen area. He'll be doing something a little different for his guests on April 14th this year, though. He's hosting an 8-course meal that's identical to the ...

Area Congressman Concerned about Gas Prices

02.21.12 | Bob Price

Corning Republican Tom Reed comments on America's growing energy crisis ...the cost of gasoline

How Many Same Sex Couples Have Wed In NY? The Numbers Are Out.

02.16.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The first numbers are out on the impact of gay marriage in New York state. The State Health Department released the numbers of gay married couples in a press release last night. In May of 2011, the New York State Senate said gay marriages would ...

Church/State dispute in New York City

02.14.12 | Bob Price

NYC's church ban in school could have state-wide consequences

Mild Winter Is Easy on the Wallet

02.13.12 | Jeremy Miller

Warmer Temperatures Save Homeowners Money

NYC Churches Get Kicked Out

02.13.12 | Jeremy Miller

No More Worship, Service in Public Schools

Le Roy Mystery Illness Becomes National Fascination

02.10.12 | Jeremy Miller

The mystery illness in Le Roy, New York is getting prime time attention. The television show, 'The Doctors' has now featured the puzzling medical condition. 16-year-old Alicia Nicholson, the first Le Roy High School student to show symptoms, ...

NY Marcellus Shale Drilling Decision Expected This Spring

02.09.12 | Sarah Harnisch, Jeremy Miller

Governor Cuomo told the press Wednesday that the decision on whether or not to drill the Marcellus Shale is "a couple months away". His remarks were consistant with those made Tuesday by DEC Commissioner Joe Martens, who told a panel of lawmakers ...

Pennsylvanians Save...A Little. New Yorkers Do Not.

02.06.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Pennsylvanians aren't doing too poorly when it comes to saving. The state ranked 14th nationally for how much cash its residents have in savings accounts. New Yorkers came in 27th place, with a grade of "C". A nonprofit group put out their "Assets ...

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