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New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos is reminding hunters that September marks the beginning of several hunting seasons in New York State. more
The seed of Marietta Corp., which grew to employ hundreds of people in Cortland, was planted in a cabbage field in Marietta in 1975. more
Sitting in his red chair just under a tree for shade, Gerald Griech on a mild afternoon watched traffic and the comings and goings along Main Street in Jamestown. more

To help fight a growing wave of catalytic converter thefts across the state — especially at car dealerships — the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles is introducing a new metal etching … more
The New York State Fair is a culture all its own, filled with microcosms ... more
Check out the latest tallies from the Tuesday night primaries. more
The Sentinel Media Company is looking for local residents to participate in this survey to provide their perspective on the City of Oneida — the past, where the city stands now and looking into the future ... more
Four lifeguards and several area first responders were honored at Lake Delta State Park on Monday for saving the life of an unresponsive 11-month-old child this summer, according to the … more
“I call it the 4 F’s – food, farming, fun and family – we have it all, right here at the fair.” more
Law enforcement agencies from across the state will be cracking down on drunken and distracted driving from now through Labor Day. more
Nix, a miniature donkey with a potentially fatal heart condition, is on the mend after a successful pacemaker implantation by veterinarians at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals … more
Early, in-person voting began Saturday in New York’s congressional party primaries, which will set the final field for a slew of competitive contests in the general election this … more
The swimming area at Verona Beach State Park has been closed due to the presence of harmful algal blooms. more
The annual statewide Speed Awareness Week crackdown will begin on Sunday, with increased law enforcement patrols and enforcement across the state. more
Nationally, every nine minutes an underground utility line is damaged because someone did not contact 811 before digging, National Grid said in an announcement. more
Democrat Matt Putorti first entered the race to unseat incumbent Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik more than a year ago. more
A new six-member Board of Trustees has been established to takeover and restore New Forest Cemetery. more
U.S. demand for grocery delivery is cooling as prices for food and other necessities rise. Some are shifting to pickup — a less expensive alternative ... more
The House of the Good Shepherd has received $1 million in state funding to continue their efforts of aiding at-risk youth. more
A New Hartford woman is accused in Federal Court of selling methamphetamine, heroin and fentanyl in Montgomery and Rensselaer counties ... more
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