HARRISBURG, PA — Three hospitals in the 20th Senatorial District were chosen to participate in the Pennsylvania Rural Health Model, which seeks to improve patient health in rural communities while ensuring that the hospitals serving those residents remain financially healthy.
ALBANY, NY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been saying for months that he would like the state legislature to legalize the recreational use of marijuana as part of the budget process, which is due to be completed by April 1.
Livingston Manor residents arrested for burglary
ALBANY, NY — It’s still not clear if the New York State Legislature and Gov. Andrew Cuomo will agree on a state budget by the end of this month. But, in the meantime, the Senate is moving forward with multiple initiatives.
NARROWSBURG, NY — Going into a scheduled public hearing on March 12, it appeared that the Upper Delaware Council (UDC) and the Town of Highland remained at loggerheads regarding the town’s new draft zoning law’s “substantial conformance” to the Land and Water Use Guidelines (LWUG).
LACKAWAXEN, PA — Fawn Lake Forest, a private residential community in Lackawaxen Township, is considering adding a sportsman’s club to the community, possibly with a shooting range.
WASHINGTON, DC – Judging by the press releases coming from the office of Congressman Antonio Delgado, the Democratic majority of the House of Representatives is keeping a busy pace moving legislation forward. A lot of the legislation likely won’t beco
HARRISBURG, PA — A pair of bills introduced in Harrisburg intend to reduce poverty in the Keystone State. One of the proposals from Sen. Vincent Hughes would require the Department of Human Services to research generational poverty in the state.
ALBANY, NY — On March 4, the New York State Assembly passed a new gun safety measure, which would require guns be stored in a locked container or be outfitted with a locking device if children under 16 live in the house, or are visiting the house.
REGION — In response to a push by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to close three state prisons, a prison guard advocate released two recent incidents in which guards were wounded or splattered with human feces in state correctional facilities in the Town of Walkill and the Town of Fallsburg.