HARRISBURG, PA — Democratic lawmakers in Harrisburg are blaming Senate Republicans for not addressing legislation that would have provided funding for some of the state’s unemployment claim centers.
MONTICELLO, NY — Liberty resident Dennis Gonzalez has been sentenced to more than seven years in prison and 10 years of post-release supervision for sexually abusing two girls.
PORT JERVIS, NY — In the newly opened Foundry42 store on Front Street in Port Jervis, one will find artworks by locals, many of which are made or will be made on the premises. Music by local musicians, workshops, and other entertainment are also in the plans for the venue.
HONESDALE, PA — Republican Committee member Robert Timozek said he had repeatedly fielded residents’ questions about the legal residence of two voters who having been voting at the District One polling place in Damascus for several years.
WESTFALL, PA — Students and parents jammed the board room at the Delaware Valley (DV) administration building last week as members of two athletic teams and two student programs were introduced.
ALBANY, NY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued a statement on November 17, calling for an end to the rising incidents of hate crimes.
BEACH LAKE, PA — A standing room crowd at the November 15 Berlin Township Board of Supervisors meeting heard firsthand the details of a planned gas-fired electricity generating plant to be located southeast of Skycrest and Adams Pond Roads on property currently owned by Robert Schmidt.
MONTICELLO, NY — The monthly meeting of the Sullivan County Legislature held at the government center on November 17, was the first county meeting to be live-streamed on the Internet, and is available to view on the county website, www.co.sullivan.ny.us.
HARRISBURG, PA — Timed for the Monday, November 28 opening of Pennsylvania’s traditional deer season, the state Bureau of Forestry reminds hunters a revamped, interactive website offering a wealth of maps, statistics and other information is available to make their hunt more enjoyable and rewarding.
ALBANY, NY — New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman released the following statement after reports that the Presidential Transition Team is considering ways to dismantle state consumer and investor protection statutes, also known as Blue Sky laws: