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PennDOT to eliminate registration stickers in 2017

02.11.16 |

PennDOT says it will eliminate the use of registration stickers beginning Jan. 1, 2017, and a new device will help law enforcement continue to verify expired registrations. PennDOT Secretary Leslie S. Richards, legislators and law enforcement ...

United Airlines to pull out of Elmira Corning airport

02.11.16 |

United Airlines, which landed in the Elmira area two years ago with high expectations, is going to end its local service in April. United offered daily flights to Chicago when it arrived at the Elmira Corning Regional Airport in 2014, ...

AG Kathleen Kane survives after Senate vote

02.11.16 |

"This circus continues." Those were the words of Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati at the end of another long day in the saga of Kathleen Kane. What began with public mudslinging between Kane and a former top prosecutor has embroiled ...

New York considers right-to-die legislation

02.11.16 |

New York is one of more than a dozen states considering right-to-die legislation. The law would allow a terminally ill person to end their life with the help of their doctor. There are currently two proposed bills in Albany, one sponsored by ...

AG Kathleen Kane's Senate removal vote may kick off a whole new controversy

02.10.16 |

A Senate vote to remove Kathleen Kane from office planned for Wednesday may seem like an end. In reality, however, it may be a new beginning as the embattled attorney general has signaled a possible legal challenge to the process and a ...

Seasonable weather returns to New York state bringing fresh snow and great snowmaking

02.10.16 |

Seasonable weather has returned to New York State bringing with it fresh snow and great snowmaking weather which will set up a great week of skiing for the President’s Week Break. Ski conditions around the State are strong with plenty of open ...

Rochester area school district moves forward with testing due to cancer concerns

02.10.16 |

The Rush-Henrietta School District is going ahead with environmental testing at one of its schools due to cancer concerns. Two current employees and a former employee were diagnosed with similar types of cancer in the last year at Roth Middle ...

Gov. Wolf challenges Republicans with his second state budget

02.10.16 |

With his first Pennsylvania budget still unfinished, Gov. Tom Wolf on Tuesday delivered a combative second budget address, telling Republican legislators that if they won’t send him a sound proposal, they should find a different job. After a ...

Mayor’s office unhappy about NRA-sponsored Civil War Museum exhibit

02.09.16 |

An ongoing dispute involving Harrisburg’s mayor and the National Civil War Museum, and another between the top city leader and the National Rifle Association, came together this week. Mayor Eric Papenfuse, who has no love for the NRA, wants ...

State spending without full budget upsets Pennsylvania senators

02.09.16 |

A day before Gov. Tom Wolf was set to deliver his budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year, legislators were still squabbling over continued spending for this year. The state is operating under a partial budget signed by Mr. Wolf in December, ...

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