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A third-party auditor will review the New York state government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic ... more
Officials at National Grid say customers can lower their energy costs taking no-cost and low-cost steps to stay cool. more
A high heat wave will linger throughout the weekend for much of the Northeast, including Central New York ... more

Eastman Kodak is making an investment in a battery technology company, and the company’s CEO said that association is a natural fit for Kodak. more
A partnership between the State University of New York and the Mellon Foundation will expand educational opportunities for incarcerated individuals in state prisons. more
Just a couple of miles from the tourism hotspot of Sharon Springs, thousands of organically-farmed marijuana plants are beginning to bush out with the aid of an irrigation system ... more
A new bill has been introduced in the state Senate seeking to restore the death penalty in limited cases in New York state. more
The Adirondack Railroad is bringing back its popular dinner train series on Tuesday, July 26. The train departs Utica’s Union Station, traveling to the station in Remsen and back. more
Maj. Scott Corbett, a former Rome resident, likes to return to the area to visit family and friends. more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, hailed local attendance at a pair of local events to raise awareness about Lyme and tick-borne diseases. more
The Oneida Indian Nation marked the passing of former New York Supreme Court Justice and New York Court of Appeals Judge Richard Simons. more
A dollar doesn’t go as far as it did at the beginning of this year and it’s only getting worse as food pantries work to ensure the hardest hit in the community don’t go hungry. more
Archaeological digs by SUNY New Paltz students are underway at the Pine Street African Burial Ground on Pine Street and at the Old Dutch Church on Wall Street. more
Tickets and parking admission tickets for the 2022 Great New York State Fair have gone on sale through the Fair’s online ticket seller, Etix. more
Republican Congressional Candidate Steve Wells  announced he has received endorsements from all three Republican county sheriffs in the state’s 22nd Congressional District. more
Bassett Healthcare Network and Dr. Tommy Ibrahim have mutually agreed to an early contract extension on the occasion of the president and CEO’s highly productive two-year anniversary … more
July is Military Consumer Protection Month, and the New York State Division of Consumer Protection has some tips and advice on avoiding scams targeting service members and military families. more
Cars work their way toward detours as the busy bridge leading to and from the Griffiss Business and Technology and Route 49 which closed late Monday for construction. more
The price of diesel fuel has skyrocketed in recent months — much more even than regular gasoline — especially after Russia invaded Ukraine in February. more
On Tuesday, there was buzz about a bill that would provide grants, tax credits and other incentives for computer chip manufacturing would see action in the Senate.  more
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