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Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon’s office will host a Grants Gateway Seminar on Thursday, Sept. 15, to assist organizations in identifying potential New York State grant opportunities. more
The national non-profit Freedom Reads announced today the opening of three Freedom Libraries at Otisville Correctional Facility in southeastern New York state. more
The New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, has relaunched its Grapevine Certification program to protect and support New York’s wine and grape industry. more

Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-21, Schuylerville, announced the Northern Border Regional Commission will begin implementing a J-1 visa program. more
A Westmoreland man has been reelected to the board of directors for the Firefighters Association of the State of New York, according to association officials. more
Nearly $1.4 million is available to help New York fruit, vegetable, and specialty crop growers produce their products in an environmentally responsible manner. more
Residents and politicians in Central New York are expressing mixed reactions to President Joseph R. Biden’s student loan debt forgiveness plan.  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
Amid the bright lights and electronic billboards across New York's Times Square, city authorities are posting new signs proclaiming the bustling crossroads a "Gun Free Zone." more
When my father was in his early 30s, circa 1972, he worked as a materials engineer at the Remington Arms plant in Ilion in Herkimer County. more
In honor of Women’s Equality Day on Friday, Aug. 26, the New York State Division of Consumer Protection, reminds consumers that gender-based pricing of consumer services and products, also known as … more
The New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports will be hosting a series of initiatives at the New York State Fair to help educate the public on overdose prevention. 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
New York state began accepting applications Thursday to open its first legal recreational pot shops, taking a novel approach by reserving the initial roughly 150 retail dispensary … more
With flu season right around the corner, pharmacists are urging people to get their vaccinations — if not to help themselves, then those around them. more
If it moos, neighs, or clucks, you can find it at the New York State Fair. They’re not the only ones making noise as a variety of other critters make their mark at the annual summertime … more
Billionaire philanthropist and Paychex founder Tom Golisano wants to start a business school in Brighton. But first he needs to clear some regulatory hurdles. 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
State health officials in New York are warning of expanding "community spread" of the polio virus after it was found in wastewater samples from another upstate county. more
The Oneida County Health Department has some advice and warnings to watch out for potentially rabies-infected bats. more
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