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George Leader Remembered By Every Living PA Governor

05.17.13 |

All of former Pennsylvania Gov. George Leader's living predecessors were among the nearly 500 mourners at his funeral Thursday as friends and family members remembered him as an innovative, energetic and compassionate leader. Gov. Tom Corbett and ...

Corbett Pays Companies To Switch Fleet Vehicles To Natural Gas

05.17.13 | Sarah Harnisch

Governor Tom Corbett on Thursday awarded more than $6.7 million in Act 13 funding to 18 companies and organizations making the switch to natural gas for their heavy-duty fleet vehicles. Act 13 of 2012 was the single biggest step in modernizing the ...

Mother Who Lost Family In Pottsville, PA Fire Speaks Out

05.16.13 | Sarah Harnisch

The mother in Pottsville, Pennsylvania that lost her 30 year old husband, her 4 children and her younger sister in a fire on Mother's Day is speaking for the first time. She told WNEP TV "I have my family, but not my kids. Not my husband of 13 ...

Major Natural Gas Company Eyes Pipeline Through Central NY

05.16.13 | Sarah Harnisch

Millennium Pipeline Corporation LLC on May 9 sent letters to officials in municipalities along its path- Union, Maine, Nanticoke and Lisle in northern Broome County- notifying them of the preliminary plans: a 60-mile extension pipeline from the ...

Ultimate Fighting Champions Rally For The Sport In NY

05.16.13 | Sarah Harnisch

Ultimate fighting champions are in New York state to promote the sport here. Competitors Uriah Hall and Ryan LaFlare say they want to be able to practice their occupation in their home state of New York. They joined gym owners and other supporters ...

George Leader Laid To Rest

05.16.13 | Sarah Harnisch

A memorial service is planned today in Hershey for former Pennsylvania Governor George Leader. The service is at the Derry Presbyterian Church in Hershey at 10:30am. Leader was 95 when he died a week ago following a brief illness at the Country ...

Boy Scouts Take Their Vote Next Week On Allowing Gay Scouts

05.15.13 | Sarah Harnisch

The Boy Scouts have enlisted a high profile advisor to play peacemaker between churches and Boy Scouts ahead of their huge vote next week on allowing gay scouts. His name is Ralph Reed. Reed is the founder of the Christian Coalition, and now the ...

PA Liquor Privatization Hearing Update

05.15.13 | Sarah Harnisch

How did the liqour privatization hearing go in Harrisburg yesterday? Two supermarket executives, including one from Wegman’s, based in Rochester, didn't exactly get a warm welcome from Pennsylvania state senators who are exploring the ...

Cuomo Wants Towns To Consolidate to Save Cash

05.15.13 | Sarah Harnisch

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is offering cash to towns if they consolidate. Local governments would be eligible for a portion of 80 million dollars in state aid of they agree to recommendations made by a new state financial restructuring board. ...

NY Patient's Info Released Accidently

05.15.13 |

As many as 10-thousand patients in upstate New York may have had their patient data released. The error happened Monday afternoon by a company called Dent Neurological Institute in Amherst, New York, after an attachment was accident attached to an ...

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