List by Month: 12-2017

A Christian college near Rochester is expanding financial aid to its students

12.04.17 | Traci Lynn Woolsey

Starting in the new year, Roberts Wesleyan College in Chili will offer a "Four-Year Promise" to new students. If a full-time student stays in good standing academically, the school will limit tuition costs. That means the school will pick up the...

A NY deer hunter faces up to 15 years in prison for the shooting death of a neighbor

12.01.17 | Bob Price

Thomas Jadlowski was charged yesterday with manslaughter in the death of 43-year-old Rosemary Billquist. He says he thought he was shooting a deer when he struck Billquist Thanksgiving eve while she was walking her dogs in the town of...

PennDOT is looking to build 'diverging diamond' interchanges in PA

12.01.17 | Terry Diener

Diverging diamonds are a departure from standard diamond or clover leaf designs -- instead of making left turns across oncoming traffic to enter highway on-ramps, they are designed to weave traffic through the interchanges, eliminating...

A payraise for Pennsylvania politicians kicks in today

12.01.17 | Bob Price

All 253 state lawmakers will take-in an extra $700 to $87,000 a year to boost their annual salary. Next to California, Pennsylvania politicians are the highest paid state lawmakers anywhere in the U.S.

A grocery worker from Big Flats has won the NY State Grocery Bagging Competition

12.01.17 | Bob Price

Sabrina Martone, who works at a Tops supermarket in Big Flats, beat out 13 competitors from across the state for "bragging" rights as the "bagging" champ.  She says "bags had to weigh the same, no glass on-glass, you can't stack...

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