Former Troy Area School District administration building auctioned off (1:32PM)

The Troy Area School District's former administration building, located at 30 Taylor St. in Troy, was auctioned off over the weekend to Ciara Wesneski, owner of Shear Style Salon in Troy. (read more)
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Photo: N/A, License: N/A Editor's Note: This is part two of a three-part series by The Daily Review looking at the possibility of legalization of marijuana in Pennsylvania. Most states now allow the use of medical marijuana, and Pennsylvania could be one of the next ones to legalize it. Last year, the Pennsylvania Senate passed legislation which would legalize the use of an extract of the marijuana plant for certain categories of medical problems, and the bill has been reintroduced in the Legislature this year as Senate Bill 3. The election last year of Gov. Tom Wolf, who supports Senate Bill 3, increases the chances that it, or similar legislation, will be enacted in the Keystone State. (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2015:03:29 00:48:20 ATHENS TWP. - It wasn't an advertisement for the next "Indiana Jones" movie. Rather, "Raiders of the Lost Sharks" was the message on a sign Sunday at the Che-Hanna Rock & Mineral Club's 46th Annual Gem and Mineral Show in (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2015:03:28 23:12:33 With spatula in hand, Kathy Harkness of Springfield stood before a gridle loaded up with pancakes Sunday. She was one of the many volunteers who were helping out at the Big Pond Lions Club's annual Pancake Days at Fay's Sugar Shack this weekend. She d (read more)
Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2015:03:29 01:35:08 ULSTER - It was beginning to look a lot like Easter Sunday in Ulster. The Ulster-Sheshequin Fire Association held its third annual spring craft show, and there was a good selection of Easter items, in addition to other wares like home items, jewelry, can (read more)
With the start of spring and warmer temperatures expected, the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) reminds New Yorkers that residential brush burning in towns with less than 20,000 residents is prohibited in the state through May 14. "A (read more)
Basketball numbers A person asked why Athens girls had to travel so far and why not a halfway site. The response: Conrad Weiser was a higher seed. It does not surprise me with the math. $6 and $4 for a high school basketball game? Get real. Where is all (read more)

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The Supreme Court last week departed from is trend of diminishing workers' rights by ruling in favor of Peggy Young. A former UPS driver, Ms. Young sued the company for refusing to accommodate her medical condition after her doctor restricted her to li (read more)

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