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Several members of the Oneida Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution attended the 126th New York State Organization Conference. more
With less than seven weeks until Election Day, the race to become New York’s first elected governor since Andrew Cuomo quit the job in August 2021 has turned into a debate over debates. more
Congressional Candidate Matt Castelli has been endorsed by four additional unions, joining NYSUT, UAW and IBEW in their support for the NY-21 candidate. more
The Oneida County Health Department announced today that a county resident has tested positive for monkeypox. more
The average gas price in New York is down 11 cents from last week, averaging $3.67 per gallon. more
Since the start of the school year, parents across the Capital Region and Mohawk Valley have been dreading the phone calls and emails sent from the school district advising bus run cancellations. more
State Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos is taking time away from the DEC to provide humanitarian aid in Ukraine. more
State investigators have substantiated more than 1,600 instances of corporal punishment in New York schools over the last five years. more
If you’re not specifically looking for the federal prison in Ray Brook, chances are you won’t even notice it’s there. more
Residents in the city of Plattsburgh are continuing to deal with water issues cropping up in different parts of the city since complaints about discolored water. more
Rep. Claudia L. Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, and Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, have published an op-ed in Newsweek to highlight their proposed Strengthening Entry Visa Enforcement and … more
Delayed a year by COVID-19, the National Women’s Hall of Fame will induct its 30th class of American women of achievement this weekend. more
Two Saranac Lake police officers involved in the fatal shooting of a man with a knife at the Stewart’s Shops in Saranac Lake in July are returning to the force. more
The New York Power Authority has announced the Hinckley Reservoir boat-launching ramp will be closing for the season. more
Beautiful fall foliage is beginning to pop out in several corners of New York State, with some significant early color changes expected in the higher elevations of the Adirondacks and Catskills. more
Local and state officials spoke about the issues that have arisen as a result of the 2019 bail reform laws. more
Veteran Jimmy Thomas is preparing for a five-month journey in which he will kayak to Key West Florida and bike back to raise money for veterans service dogs. more
The New York State Office of Mental Health in collaboration with the New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services is creating a Psychiatric Rehabilitation Training Academy. more
The Cannabis Control Board approved final regulations allowing certified medical cannabis patients and designated caregivers in New York to grow their own cannabis at home. more
Recently the Farm Laborer’s Wage Board released recommendations for lowering the overtime threshold for farmworkers in New York from 60 to 40 hours over a 10-year period. more
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