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ALBANY — Registration is open for the state’s 10th annual I Love My Park Day, which will be held May 1-2 at state parks, historic sites and public lands. Volunteers will have the opportunity to … more
New York will spend billions of dollars of federal funds over the next year on schools and relief for struggling businesses, tenants and landlords under a spending plan that New York’s Legislature … more
UTICA — U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, a member of the Senate Aging Committee, visited the Resource Center for Independent Living in Utica Thursday to announce a package of three bills that … more
UTICA — When the Compassion Coalition’s refrigerated trucks broke down late last year, it wasn’t just a loss of transportation – it put the brakes on the Utica-based organization’s … more
UTICA — Starbucks wants to open its first Utica location, a 2,200 square foot facility at 71 N. Genesee St., Mayor Robert Palmieri announced. The company has submitted its plans to the Planning … more
In the first COVID-19 briefing held since March 24, on Thursday, Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. touched on a variety of COVID-19-related topics, chiefly highlighting the continued … more
On the heels of the Tuesday state budget passage, local state lawmakers sounded off on the merits of the move. • Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, touted the budget’s funding for … more
ONEIDA — A respected member of Oneida city government, City Clerk Sue Pulverenti gave a tearful goodbye at her final Common Council meeting after an outpouring of support. It was business as usual … more
ALBANY — The newly-approved 2022 New York State budget contains a host of provisions that will impact state residents. Here are some of the highlights of the plan, announced late Tuesday by Gov. … more
NEW HARTFORD — Over the past year, stories of the deaths of individuals in nursing home facilities and the grief of their loved ones have pushed front and center in COVID-19 related news stories. … more
ALBANY — New York state residents who received unemployment payments in 2020 wil have to pay state income taxes on all of the jobless benefits they received after state lawmakers decided against … more
On Wednesday, the state extended the emergency regulation requiring all health insurers to waive co-pays for the COVID-19 vaccine until April 30, according to a release.  This, to ensure there are … more
MARCY — The New York Power Authority invites area residents to attend a pair of virtual public meetings on the Northern New York Priority Transmission Project’s Southern Alignment, which runs … more
UTICA — A virtual town hall meeting with Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, originally set for Monday has been rescheduled, according to a release. The meeting will now be held at 4 … more
WILLIAMSVILLE — Tops Friendly Markets will partner with JDRF, formerly known as the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, as it embarks on its 51st year to find a cure for type 1 diabetes. “Now … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. Claudia L. Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, will chair a newly created Election Integrity Caucus in Congress alongside Rep. Mike Garcia (CA-25), according to a release. The … more
ALBANY (AP) — New York will boost spending by billions over the next year in a bid to revitalize the state’s hard-hit economy under a budget deal announced Tuesday by lawmakers and Gov. Andrew … more
NEW YORK (AP) — New Yorkers over 16 years old can sign up for COVID-19 vaccinations starting Tuesday, a major expansion of eligibility as the state seeks to immunize as many people as possible. The … more
The state Department of Environmental Conservation released a draft proposal for public comment that would update regulations governing public use of the state’s vast network of Wildlife … more
CHITTENANGO — In advance of Teacher Appreciation Month in the first week of May, the Greater Sullivan Area Chamber of Commerce and the PTAs of Bolivar Road Elementary, Bridgeport Elementary, and … more
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