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New York’s average gas price is down 10 cents from last week ($4.34), averaging $4.24 per gallon.  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
In New York, redistricting has left two longtime House Democratic colleagues competing for the same seat, while the head of the party's campaign arm in the chamber is running in new territory and faces a challenge from the left. more
Suzette Caulkins and Dale Thompson lamented Wednesday about the cost of operating their SUV: Gas ($4.09 a gallon); oil; parts; insurance — the tires cost $1,000 on sale. more
What was once the site of the Arthur Kill Correctional Facility is now home to a film studio on 49 acres of Staten Island. more
Law enforcement agencies from across the state will be cracking down on drunken and distracted driving from now through Labor Day. more
Balkan Street Food is coming to the New York State Fair to share a bit of culture and delicious food with the masses. more
A fire consumed a building at the site of the long-closed Grossinger’s resort, once among the most storied and glamorous hotels in New York’s Catskills. In its heyday after World War … more
The new wave of federal climate- and energy-related funding is expected to benefit some of the work being done at GE Research on cleaner next-generation technology. more
“We shouldn’t be in a continual state of emergency, especially when we know what the issues are,” said Rachael Fauss, senior research analyst for Reinvent Albany, a good government group. more
New York state may provide more cancer screenings and diagnostic services at no cost to patients. more
Beech-Nut Nutrition Company, an award-winning baby and toddler food manufacturer, is reimagining a classic veggie that has been a staple in pureed baby food for decades. 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
Gas prices are falling but still higher than they were a year ago. And inflation has made most everything else more expensive. more
The Adirondack Economic Development Corporation will be offering free, virtual entrepreneurship training starting next month, according to corporation officials. more
On July 30, over 100 classic vehicles from all over New York took over the parking lot of Arrowhead Park for the 9th annual Inlet Classic Car Cruise and Show sponsored by the Inlet Historical … more
The primary election for New York’s newly redrawn 22nd Congressional District is Aug. 23, with four Democrats and two Republicans vying for ballot lines in the general election. 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
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