List by Month: 8-2012

Jaime Jamgochian

08.15.12 | Darcie Schwarz

Five concerts in September

March for Life Founder Passed Away

08.15.12 | Jeremy Miller

Nellie Gray has passed away. She was the founder of March for Life, an annual pro-life demonstration that for nearly four decades has drawn tens of thousands of people to Washington every January. She has spoken to millions of people on the right ...

Billy Graham Leaves Hospital

08.15.12 | Jeremy Miller

Billy Graham has been discharged from a North Carolina hospital, after a two-day stay. Doctors said in a news release they caught his bronchitis early. Despite his illness, the 93 year old remains in remarkable health. His son, Franklin Graham, ...

Taxpayers Pay Big For Sandusky Trial

08.15.12 | Jeremy Miller

The Jerry Sandusky child sex trial has cost Pennsylvania taxpayers 56-thousand-dollars so far. County officials released the numbers, saying most of that tab is from employee overtime. Security was supplied by sheriff's deputies for the 2-week ...

New York Deals A Blow To Telemarketers

08.15.12 | Jeremy Miller

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed a bill targeting those pesky telemarketers who keep calling you.  Under the new law, telemarketers will be banned from using pre-recorded messages in telephone calls to new yorkers. Automated "robo ...

More Bats Are Coming Into Homes In NY, PA

08.14.12 |

They're not just in the attic... they are in the house. Jason Carter of Fur and Feathers Wildlife control spoke with our news partner, W.E.T.M. televion, and said "the hot humid weather we've been having the last several weeks, is the reason why ...

Apple Picking Season Is Coming Early

08.14.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Apple picking has started extra early this year in New York because of the warm spring.  Rick Resinger owns Resinger's Apple Country in Watkins Glen. He told W.E.N.Y. television "I'd say we're two weeks early, at least. The earlier we start, ...

Interest In Electronic Books Spikes In NY

08.14.12 | Sarah Harnisch

E-books are becoming more mainstream in upstate New York libraries. In Monroe County, for example, more then 12-thousand people checked out 84-thousand E-books so far this year. It's triple the numbers the program had when it began in 2010. They ...

12 Orphaned Amish Kids Adopted In Steuben County

08.14.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The tragic story began last summer when 6 Amish men and women were killed by a drunk driver, affecting 70 children. Yesterday, an Amish aunt and uncle who last fall sold their Ohio home and moved to Jasper to care for 12 of those kids officially ...

Towns Log 150, 175, and 200 Years In NY, PA

08.13.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Three towns in the Family Life listening area had milestone birthdays this past weekend. Dunmore, Pennsylvania marked 150 years Saturday. The town of Portville celebrated its 175th birthday in upstate New York Sunday. Howard, New York logged a ...