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Sixteen-year-old Abigail VanDorn, a Lake Placid native, nearly-lifelong Nordic skier and competitive biathlete, likes to go fast. Two weeks ago, she went flying — literally. more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon met with staff at the Veteran’s Outreach Center to pack up snacks that were provided by local veterans, Utica Comets fans, and state employees. more
New York is taking a first-in-the-nation step to tap the brakes on the spread of cryptocurrency mining, under legislation that Gov. Kathy Hochul signed this week. more

Maj. Gen. Ray Shields has announced the promotion of two local members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their capability for additional responsibility and leadership. more
This Thanksgiving holiday will see another law enforcement crackdown on drunken and distracted driving. more
Hartwick College has announced a program to encourage students from the local region to enroll there. more
New York issued its first 36 cannabis dispensary licenses on Monday, taking a monumental step in establishing a legal — and lucrative — marketplace for recreational marijuana. more
A sheriff's deputy, not in uniform, had gotten into a barroom argument with a group of three people from Utica, police said. more
President Joe Biden is sending federal aid to western New York to help state and local authorities clean up from the massive storm that dumped as much as 6 feet of snow in western and northern New York, the White House announced Monday. more
The combination of cooler weather and more home cooking associated with the Thanksgiving holiday often lead to an increase in home cooking fires, according to FASNY. more
Mohawk Valley Community College and The Manufacturers Association of Central New York are partnering with Wolfspeed to develop a New York State Registered Apprenticeship Program. more
With the opening day of deer rifle season in the southern part of Oneida County starting today, Oneida County Sheriff’s Office, offers some tips for residents to have a safe and successful hunt. more
Voters in Fort Johnson have overwhelmingly approved a proposition to dissolve the village government for absorption into the town of Amsterdam. more
The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles is reminding residents to register their snowmobiles ahead of the winter riding season. Snowmobile registrations must be renewed annually. more
The New York State Office of Mental Health has awarded the Rome City School District a $2.42 million grant to expand its mental health offerings to students and families. more
Ninety percent of the counties in the United States suffered a weather disaster between 2011 and 2021, according to a report published Wednesday. more
The LS Power Grid New York announced a major donation of services at the groundbreaking for the Guardians of Freedom Memorial on Friday, Nov. 11. more
The City of Rochester says it's seen a significant increase in aggressive, coordinated panhandling— and its response has put City Hall at odds with social advocates. more
As the Southern Zone regular big game season begins Saturday, Nov. 19, in much of the southern part of New York. more
Assemblyman Robert Smullen, R-118, Meco, on Tuesday called on the Biden administration to officially designate the country of Kenya as a combat zone. more
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