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New York’s primary lobby for farmers and an advocate for small business owners are headed for a statehouse tussle with progressive groups pushing for a measure that could raise the minimum wage in the upstate region. more
In a recent letter, New York State Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-C-Rome, urged the governor to consider a new initiative that he has proposed that would provide additional resources to law enforcement. more
Oneida County Sheriff Robert M. Maciol and Corrections Sgt. Curtis Morgan were both honored this week with awards at the 89th annual Winter Training Conference in Albany. more

The state has approved the first construction contract for the Interstate 81 project, but work cannot begin due to a lawsuit brought by opponents of the community grid plan.  more
Rep. Brandon Williams R-22, Sennett, hosted an open house and ceremonial swearing-in on Tuesday, Jan. 17, at his new district office at 421 Broad St., Suite 7, in Utica. more
To combat dwindling numbers of volunteer firefighters across the state, Gov. Kathy Hochul has proposed a pair of options she is seeking to have enacted this year: more
For the second consecutive year, two New York Army National Guard combat medics from Utica’s 2nd Battalion, 108th Infantry Regiment, will represent members of the Army National Guard at the Army’s annual Best Medic Competition. more
In pushing for a major expansion of New York’s housing stock, Gov. Kathy Hochul is taking aim at restrictive local zoning policies by proposing a fast-track state approval process. more
Assemblyman Brian Miller was reappointed to serve as vice chair of the Steering Committee for the Assembly Republican Committee.  more
There were a record number of assaults in New York state prisons last year, against both staff members and other prisoners, according to statistics. more
For more than 200 years — since 1810, according to the historic marker — the expansive woolen mill has dominated the landscape in the village of Oriskany. more
The state Department of Environmental Conservation has announced that online registration for the 2023 Summer Camps program will open at 1 p.m. Sunday, April 2. more
A local state forest ranger was honored with a prestigious award for his rescue efforts when two children went under the water at Pixley Falls State Park in Boonville. more
With bipartisan congressional support and just under $1 billion in federal funds, the 988 mental health helpline has quickly expanded its reach in the six months since it launched. more
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer has secured $2 million in federal funding to create a semiconductor and advanced manufacturing training facility. more
New York can for now continue to enforce a sweeping new law that bans guns from “sensitive places” including schools, playgrounds and Times Square, the Supreme Court said. more
Following Gov. Kathy Hochul’s State of the State 2023 address, local representatives are calling for more specificity in how she plans to address the issues she identified.   more
State Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-Rome, and the sate Senate Republican Conference on Monday announced its “Rescue New York” 2023 legislative agenda. more
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is advising families looking for outdoor activities that winter is a great time to search for animal tracks. more
Gov. Hochul announced plans Tuesday to add 1,000 beds for inpatient psychiatric treatment and create 3,500 housing units to address gaps in the state’s mental health care system. more
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