HARRISBURG – Recognizing the need to ensure state prisons are sufficiently staffed and fully secured, Rep. Clint Owlett (R-Tioga/Bradford) has introduced legislation that would allow non-residents of the Commonwealth to serve as corrections officers at the facilities.
HARRISBURG – Responding to concerns raised by area students and teachers, Pennsylvania State Rep. Clint Owlett (R-Tioga/Bradford) has introduced legislation to improve students’ access to taking their learner’s permit exam. “With limited... Read More.
The Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers (CFTT) and the Waverly Rotary Club have announced Carrie Henry as the distinguished recipient of the 2024 Bill and Sarah Ransom Community Service Award.This prestigious accolade is bestowed upon individuals who exemplify the values of community service,... Read More.
(Harrisburg, PA) – Sen. Gene Yaw (R-23) has introduced legislation to establish an Independent Energy Office (IEO) in the Commonwealth. “Pennsylvania has one of the most diverse energy portfolios in the United States,” Yaw said. “There is no question we can capitalize on... Read More.
(Albany, NY) — New York State Department of Public Service has expanded its investigation into New York State Electric & Gas Corp. in connection to potential mismanagement of its billing systems and protocols.The department’s Consumer Advocate is hosting a series of public forums... Read More.
The Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers and Rotary Club of Waverly are pleased to announce the 2022 recipient, Ralph Yanuzzi, who has been a devoted member of UNICO since its inception in 1967. He currently serves as the President of the Sayre chapter,... Read More.
The Rotary Club of Waverly and the Community Foundation for the Twin Tiers is pleased to award this year’s William “Bill” Ransom III Community Service Award to Jeff Paul.Rotary was one of the many organizations that Bill was active in and his Waverly Rotary... Read More.
Senator Fred Akshar and Assemblywoman Donna Lupardo announced new bi-partisan legislation to help families dealing with Lyme disease receive more definitive diagnosis from their health care providers.“The Demos Ford Act,” is named for a 10-year-old community member dealing with long-term Lyme disease... Read More.