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The Madison County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution at its monthly meeting Tuesday, asking Gov. Kathy Hochul to dismiss NYSEG rate hikes. more
The Erie Canalway Trail and the Champlain Canalway Trail continue to receive high levels of use year after year. more
Sarah Klee Hood, a Democratic candidate in the NY-22 election in 2022, has announced her candidacy for New York’s 22nd Congressional District seat in 2024.  more

If you’re looking to plant a bit of shade, or maybe replace the trees decimated by whatever malady swept over your backyard, you’ll want to avoid a few, experts said. more
A new audit scolds the state Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, concluding the agency failed to ensure sufficient safeguards were in place for vulnerable people. more
Tensions rose at a second local town hall meeting for Rep. Brandon Williams, R-22, Sennett, as several attendees shouted at Williams to voice their dissatisfaction with his answers. more
The time of year has come again when more and more slow-moving farm vehicles hit the road for planting season. more
The bridge, which was shut down in May 2022, is expected to see construction of the new span completed by later this spring. more
Convicted rapist and former Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein is currently serving his 23-year prison sentence at the Mohawk Correctional Facility. more
New York state lawmakers passed another week long extension for the state’s budget to ensure state operations run undisrupted. more
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has nominated Rowan D. Wilson as chief judge of the state’s highest court, her second candidate for the job. more
April is National Safe Digging Month and UDig NY has important information for anyone planning a digging project in Upstate New York. more
U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Matthew Squairs can remember exactly where he was when the news broke that an airplane had crashed into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. more
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation was unable to determine who killed and skinned beavers on the Rayhill Memorial Trail. more
With the incoming warm weather and spring and summer seasons, the New York State Division of Consumer Protection has some tips and advice to ensure the best experience for your travel plans. more
Before the first shovel full of dirt is turned for the $14 million project to reconstruct Route 12B in Hamilton, the Department of Transportation wants to hear opinions and suggestions. more
The Hon. Bernadette Clark, a justice on the Oneida County Supreme Court in the state’s Fifth Judicial District, has been honored by Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy. more
Local legislators are unhappy with the fact that the negotiations for the New York State Fiscal Year 2024 budget have extended past the original April 1 deadline.   more
A mass tort action against Juul Labs Inc. will give 143 school districts and BOCES in New York State more than $3.6 million to settle claims. more
New York regulators approved 99 new provisional licenses for recreational marijuana dispensaries Monday as they try to speed up the rollout of a legal market that had been impeded by a court ruling. more
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