STAR Rebate Deadline Two Days Away

According to our media partner the Star Gazette, New Yorkers who bought their homes after August 1st of 2015 have to register with the state by July 1 to get a property tax rebate check. >>

Cuomo Announces $1.3M For Improving State Parks

The Finger Lakes and the Southern Tier are receiving money to improve state park trails and expand outdoor recreation areas. >>

Cuomo Announces Funding for New Recovery Centers

Governor Cuomo announced $10.5 million in funding to support six new Recovery Community and Outreach Centers in communities across New York. >>

New Bill Requires More Prison Death Notifications

New York Lawmakers vote to require corrections officials provide death certificates to families of inmates who die in prison. >>

Cuomo Announces 'Zombie Property' Hotline

New York state has created a new consumer hotline to help identify vacant properties. >>

PAVE NY Grant Money Coming to Southern Tier

Towns across the Southern Tier will receive more than $4 million in grant money for road rehabilitation. >>

Senate Panel OKs Wider Age Limit on Child Sex Abuse Lawsuits

Legislation in Pennsylvania to give victims of child sexual abuse more time to sue is taking another step forward. >>

NY to Get More than $115M in VW Settlement

New York will get more than $115 million for environmental projects to improve air quality as part of the state's share of a multistate settlement with Volkswagen over emissions test cheating. >>

Pennsylvania House bans using drones in private surveillance

The Pennsylvania House is voting to criminalize the use of drones to put people under surveillance in private places. >>

Going Solar Info Brochure Now Online

Eric Schneiderman's office posted a brochure on its website with information about getting solar panels. >>

Cuomo Signs Bill Expanding Breast Cancer Screenings

New York is expanding access to breast cancer screening by requiring hospitals to extend hours for mammograms and eliminating insurance costs for the procedure. >>

Still No Budget As Deadline Nears

Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf and the Senate's top Democrat and Republican are cool to a budget plan being assembled by the House GOP majority. >>

NY Out of State Firefight Legilsation Heads to Cuomo’s Desk

The bill co-sponsored by Senator Tom O'Mara allows local volunteer fire departments to accept out-of-state members. >>

NY Lawmakers Back State Funding To Improve Indigent Defense

New York lawmakers have voted to gradually pay for public defenders statewide to ensure the poor have lawyers at arraignments >>

NY Police: Colorado Man Arrested After Meeting Long Island Teenager

Police say a Colorado man traveled to Long Island and made inappropriate sexual contact with a 16-year-old girl. >>

Man Headed To Trial In Shooting That Killed 1, Hurt Another

A Pennsylvania man has been ordered to stand trial in a shooting that killed one man and wounded another in the Pittsburgh suburbs despite his attorney's argument that his client acted in self-defense. >>

NY Pharmacies now allowed to collect unwanted medications

Pharmacies in New York are now allowed to collect and dispose of unwanted medication so consumers won't pollute waterways by flushing drugs down the toilet. >>

Stop Hanging Up On Governor, Pennsylvania Employees Are Told

The Pennsylvania governor's personal touch doesn't always get him very far. >>

NY Maple Syrup Production Hits New High

Maple syrup production in New York broke records this year. >>

Sen. Gillibrand To Introduce Invasive Fish And Wildlife Prevention Act

One US Senator is introducing new legislation to protect New York's natural resources and prevent invasive species in water. >>

State test opt-outs continue to rise in Pennsylvania

Opt-outs accounted for less than 1 percent of test-takers in math and language arts statewide and science opt-outs were just above 1 percent. >>

New York State Pollinator Protection Plan

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, pollinators provide approximately $344 million worth of pollination services to New York and add $29 billion in value to crop production nationally each year. >>

Changes to NY School Tax Relief Program

New York's School Tax Relief program has made some changes. >>

Wolf Casts Doubt on Gambling Expansion

Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf is casting doubt on the prospects of a sweeping expansion of legalized casino-style gambling in Pennsylvania to the internet and bars that's under consideration. >>

Cuomo Announces Airport Revitalization Competition

Governor Cuomo announced that New York is accepting applications for the $200 million Upstate Airport Economic Development and Revitalization competition. >>

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