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A pair of upstate congresswomen have criticized the House of Representative’s Jan. 6 committee. more
The race between Democratic state Sen. John Mannion and Republican challenger Rebecca Shiroff is a reminder of the axiom, “Every vote counts.” more
The unemployment rate in the Utica-Rome MSA declined from 3.6% in November 2021 to 3% in November 2022, according to a report released Tuesday by the state Bureau of Labor Statistics. more

State Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, AT&T and the Central New York Veterans Outreach Center announced that more than 600 gently used mobile devices were collected. more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, has announced she has secured $482,500 in grants from the New York State Council on the Arts. more
A new model policy for police use of drones offers guideposts designed to protect individuals from unauthorized surveillance in places where they have an expectation of privacy. more
Libraries across New York are grappling with “a moment of uncertainty and tumult” as staffers struggle to deliver services to the public while coping with tight funding. more
New York State Police Major Vincent T. Lightcap has been named the new commander of Troop D, which oversees Oneida, Madison, Lewis, Herkimer, Jefferson, Oswego and Onondaga counties. more
Snow-shoveling season is here, and the American Heart Association wants to alert everyone to the dangers of a heart attack while clearing your walkway. more
The New York State Police and local law enforcement agencies will conduct a crackdown on impaired and distracted driving during the holiday travel season. more
The Old Forge Library, 220 Crosby Blvd., has announced the organization has received $80,000 in grant funding over a 2-year period from the New York State Council on the Arts. more
A major winter storm is on the way for the second half of this week, with upwards of six to 10 inches of snow expected, according to the National Weather Service in Binghamton. more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has completed cleanup work to address asbestos contamination at the Charlestown Mall site, according to an announcement Wednesday by EOA officials. more
Andrew L. Russell has been appointed Officer In Charge of SUNY Polytechnic Institute by SUNY Interim Chancellor Deborah F. Stanley. more
Cortland County Sheriff Mark E. Helms announced Thursday that Cortland County police agencies will crack down on impaired driving through Jan. 1. more
The state Division of Consumer Protection has released tips to inform and empower New York consumers purchasing gift cards and gift certificates this holiday season. more
New York will have new requirements for space heaters — which increasing numbers of people rely on during the winter months. more
The College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Marcy will be returning to the University at Albany, following a vote by the SUNY Board of Trustees. more
State and county agencies are partnering on a series of Winter Energy Fairs, including an upcoming event next week in Utica. more
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has announced the completion of the Little Sandy Creek Bridge, a 110-foot structure that extends over Little Sandy Creek. more
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