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As newly elected school board members take their oath of office this month, the New York State School Boards Association is providing an analysis of the results of the board … more
New York is spending $52 million to expand access to crisis call centers amid skyrocketing demand for suicide-prevention and mental-health emergency phone counseling during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
When he became a state corrections officer six years ago, Joshua Banks said he looked forward to putting on his uniform and reporting to duty. more

New York’s average gas price is down 9 cents from last week, averaging $4.80 per gallon. more
The Rural Schools Association of New York State has named Sen. Rachel May, D-53, Syracuse, as its Leader of the Year “for her work and dedication to rural schools and communities.” more
Former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo improperly used state resources for a book he received $5.1 million to write, according to a report by a law firm. more
Rep. Claudia Tenney’s campaign recently announced it raised over $330,000 in the second quarter of 2022.  more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, along with local farmers, agricultural ambassadors and Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo, celebrated the designation of July as Ice Cream Month ... more
New York lawmakers approved a recent sweeping overhaul of the state’s handgun licensing rules, seeking to preserve some limits on firearms ... more
Do not eat carp from the Mohawk River or the Erie Canal due to high levels of PCBs, according to the New York State Department of Health. more
The U.S. Supreme Court limited the power of the federal government to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from existing power plants. But its ruling didn’t touch the power of the states. more
Benjamin Graber was in seventh grade when his skills with a Rubik’s cube first drew a crowd ... more
Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, Griffo said that recently, a constituent indicated she was charged more than $6 to travel from Exit 34 (Canastota-Oneida-Chittenango) to Exit 34A (Syracuse-Chittenango-Oswego) because her transponder was not read properly. more
An Army veteran and cybersecurity expert has been tapped to serve as New York’s first chief cyber officer. Gov. Kathy Hochul named Colin Ahern to the newly created position. more
Suffolk County officials closed a Long Island beach to swimming Sunday after what they described as an unprecedented shark attack that injured a lifeguard. more
Congressional candidate Steve Wells has received the endorsement of Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-21, Schuylerville, in his run for office in the state’s 22nd District. more
Operation Dry Water will run from Saturday to Monday, July 4. more
When local officials celebrated the opening of Wolfspeed recently, marking the long-anticipated debut of the semiconductor manufacturer at the Marcy Nanocenter, National Grid leaders were on … more
The decision whether or not to mandate an adjudicatory hearing regarding the Adirondack Park Agency’s decision to approve the White Lake quarry project has been postponed. more
The upcoming Fourth of July weekend will see another law enforcement crackdown on drunken and distracted driving — with state troopers, multiple county sheriff’s departments and local police … more
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