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The restoration of historic Guy Park Manor is finally under way in Amsterdam through a project that will make the landmark a more resilient community gathering space. more
With competitive races taking shape for governor and several congressional seats, county and state officials say electronic voting equipment is ready to handle the crush of voters. more
A federal judge has dismissed a Justice Department lawsuit that sought to force longtime casino developer and Utica native Steve Wynn to register as a foreign agent. more

Brian Miller, R-101, New Hartford, has received several endorsements from local officials in his run for election in the 122nd Assembly District in the upcoming general election. more
Two area Assemblymembers are calling for an investigation into Gov. Kathy Hochul’s decision to purchase COVID test kits from a company which contributed to her campaign. more
On the heels of a historic $100 billion investment by Micron in the Syracuse suburb of Clay, U.S. Sen. Charles E. “Chuck” Schumer is doubling down and launching a new push. more
Suzan Harkness has been appointed as the new provost at the State University of New York at Morrisville. more
People passing by, or working near, Hancock Field Air National Guard base over the past several days may have noticed increased military traffic entering and leaving the base. more
The Business Council of New York State’s Political Action Committee released the following 2022 endorsements for New York State legislature and two state-wide offices. more
A total of 218 men and women graduated from the Basic School of the New York State Police Academy on Wednesday. It was the 211th session of the basic academy. more
State Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, presented New York State Senate Commendations to Don and Al Carbone and recognized Enessa Carbone as a 2022 New York State Senate Women of Distinction. more
The increasing frequency and sophistication of cyber attacks is translating into higher insurance costs for New York’s local governments trying to protect their networks from breaches. more
Former Oneida City Chamberlain Nancy Andrews was arrested Wednesday for allegedly stealing more than $78,000 from the city over the course of 14 years. more
Matt Castelli, congressional candidate for New York’s 21st Congressional District, filed his third quarter fundraising Saturday. more
Cully Patch, Quanterion Solutions’ senior program manager for cybersecurity and intelligence, will be a panelist at the New York State Innovation Summit taking place in Buffalo. more
A new law designed to crack down on catalytic converter thefts by making scrappers more accountable and giving more tools to dealerships will go into effect at the start of the new year. more
With a state gasoline and diesel fuel tax “holiday” slated to expire Jan. 1, several lawmakers are proposing it be extended. more
The Office of Cannabis Management announced the Cannabis Compliance Training and Mentorship (CCTM) Program. more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, is partnering with the Utica Comets, the Central New York Veterans Outreach Center, local American Legions and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts, … more
The Tompkins County Sheriff’s Office is warning the public following an increase in naloxone-resistant overdoses it believes to be associated with a new drug called xylazine. more
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