List by Month: 4-2018

Wolf, Casey hold early leads over Republican opponents in new poll

04.02.18 | Bob Price

Gov. Tom Wolf and U.S. Sen. Bob Casey are polling above potential Republican challengers with big groups of voters remaining undecided seven weeks before the primary election, according to a new poll from Franklin & Marshall College. Wolf...

State Police announce crackdown on distracted driving during Operation Hang Up

04.02.18 | Bob Price

The New York State Police have announced a statewide crackdown on distracted driving during the month of April. April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and from Thursday April 12 to Monday April 16, Troopers in marked and unmarked...

Spring Snow Showers Hit Hazleton

04.02.18 | Bob Price

It's hard to believe, and even harder to say, but more snow showers moved across the area Monday morning. The snow started falling around 2 a.m. Roads could be slippery in some parts of our area, and schools are delaying. A winter weather...

Roads to be blocked off for Dyngus Day parade

04.02.18 | Bob Price

One of the Dyngus Day highlights is the Buffalo parade. It starts at 5 p.m. Portions of Paderewski, Clark, Sears and Playter will be blocked off for all general traffic starting at Noon. Float check-ins run from 2 to 4 p.m. at the intersection...

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