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The College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Marcy will be returning to the University at Albany, following a vote by the SUNY Board of Trustees. more
The Central and Northern New York Chapter of the American Red Cross honored several individuals for acts of heroism in their community at its Real Heroes Celebration. more
The Cazenovia College Board of Trustees has determined that due to financial concerns, the College will not be enrolling students for the 2023-2024 academic year, according to a statement. more
Rep. Elise Stefanik and Elise for Congress are demanding action from U.S. Postal Service Postmaster General regarding security failures that resulted in Elise for Congress packages containing campaign contributions being plundered on four separate occasions. more
State officials are planning to meet with local representatives to promote and strengthen county fairs across New York. more
Candlelight Evening, one of the region’s best-loved holiday traditions, returns from 1-7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10 to The Farmers’ Museum, 5775 State Highway 80. more
A Jefferson County woman was charged on the same day with forging an employment application, falsely stating she possessed a work license, and for possessing child pornography. more
High winds may have downed some power lines in and around the region, but National Grid crews were on the scene quickly, officials said, as the utility company increased its staffing. more
Oneida County is celebrating the $64 million Nexus Center’s grand opening. more
In life and death situations, when every second counts, Niagara County Sheriff Michael Filicetti says his officers can get a drone into the sky faster than they can go aloft in a helicopter. more
Christopher Community, Inc. has announced the promotion of Jay Miller to Regional Property Manager. more
Whether it was Rome's Downtown Arts District or the quaint business district in the middle of the Village of Clinton, streets were bustling with those shopping small on Saturday. more
Bright Nights at the Utica Zoo is canceled for Sunday. more
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
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield will be donating a total of $4,500 to nine food banks located in the organization’s Utica region service area. 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
Heading out to do some holiday shopping? Check out what these local retailers are offering. more
This Thanksgiving holiday will see another law enforcement crackdown on drunken and distracted driving. more
Sexual assault victims in New York will get a one-time opportunity to sue over their abuse starting Thursday, under a new law expected to bring a wave of allegations against prison guards, middle managers, doctors and a few prominent figures including former President Donald Trump. more
Hartwick College has announced a program to encourage students from the local region to enroll there. more
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