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NYS Fair Offers First $1 Day

09.01.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Not only will admission and rides be $1 each at the New York State Fair on Labor Day, but vendors will be offering blowout $1 specials. That's right: Get in the gates, ride a midway ride and eat a snack for $1 each. This is the first time the fair ...

Kirsten Gillibrand Wasn't David Paterson's Top Pick For NY's U.S. Senator

09.01.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Former New York Gov. David Paterson says Kirsten Gillibrand was not his first choice to replace Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Senate after Clinton was confirmed as secretary of state. Paterson wanted to name himself to the seat. "My dream was to ...

Tony Stewart Returns To First Race Since Hitting Ward In Upstate NY

09.01.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Tony Stewart will now start focusing on next weekend's race in Richmond, Virginia. His return to the track Sunday night ended only a little over halfway through his race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Stewart hit the wall for the second time after his ...

PA Attorney General Kathleen Kane's Office Faces Several Subpoenas

09.01.14 | Sarah Harnisch

A special prosecutor is investigating whether the office of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane leaked confidential grand jury material to a newspaper in a bid to strike back at former prosecutors in the office who had been ...

PA Governor Goes After Pollster

09.01.14 |

Governor Tom Corbett's campaign went after a top Pennsylvania pollster over the release of a poll showing the Republican incumbent trailing challenger Tom Wolf by 25 points. Campaign manager Mike Barley said last week’s release from the ...

NY Times Slams Cuomo Campaign

08.29.14 | Sarah Harnisch

In another snub to the governor, the Times has endorsed Tim Wu for New York lieutenant governor over Kathy Hochul, forcing Cuomo's running mate to go on the defensive as the primary race enters its final weeks. In an endorsement published online, ...

New York Releases Teacher Evaluations

08.29.14 | Sarah Harnisch

It was supposed to go live last October-- but finally, after much contention, late last night, the State Education Department made its preliminary statewide 2012-2013 teacher evaluation results public,  after putting in place educator privacy ...

New Wave of Thefts Hits Pennsylvania

08.28.14 |

The Pennsylvania Society of Land Surveyors said Wednesday that homeowners should be cautious of people who come to the door claiming to be surveyors. A rash of so-called “distraction thefts” has hit Pennsylvania, leaving some people ...

News Names on New Yorks FAll Ballot

08.28.14 | Bill Price

New York voters could see as many as 12 parties putting up candidates for governor this fall.State election officials say six independent parties are petitioning to join the more familiar democratic... republican... and green parties on the ballot. ...

Trucker Shortage in Pennsylvania

08.26.14 | Terry Diener

According to the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association, there is a shortage of about 23,000 licensed truck drivers nationwide, and if the shortfall continues to grow, the gap could be 10 times larger by 2023. In Western Pennsylvania, the shortage is ...

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