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The small community of Old Forge is nestled in the western Adirondacks. more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon is set to host five mobile office hours events throughout the first week of April. more
Upstate New York’s Republican congressmen are voicing their support for former President Donald Trump after a Manhattan grand jury voted to indict him on Thursday, March 30.  more

The spring thaw has arrived, and that means the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will start temporarily closing off seasonal access roads and snowmobile trails. more
Work to replace bridge joints and make other repairs to four structures that carry traffic along Routes 5, 8 and 12 over French Road and the New York Susquehanna and Western Railway is getting under way. more
Rome Free Academy in Rome and Proctor High School in Utica were among multiple schools across the state that were targeted by fake active shooter calls Thursday morning. more
When U.S. Rep. Claudia Tenney, who now represents New York’s 24th Congressional District, introduced a proposed constitutional amendment to establish term limits for members of Congress. more
Law enforcement executives and business leaders say New York needs strengthened laws and a surgical strategy tailored to counter professional shoplifters and serial thieves. more
Three Utica men involved in a shooting incident in Saratoga Springs in November have been charged with attempted assault, according to the Saratoga Springs Police Department. more
The Utica Police Department and the Oneida County District Attorney’s Office are among several law enforcement agencies across the state to split nearly $900,000 in state aid. more
A new group of National Women's Hall of Fame inductees includes social justice pioneers, groundbreaking physicians and women who have championed Jewish feminist theology and the financial well-being of Native Americans. more
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development NY State Director Brian Murray announced the availability of grants to assist people in repairing their homes damaged by severe weather. more
As budget negotiations continue, New York State Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-Rome, is raising the alarm about several hidden taxes, fees and surcharges proposed. more
The existence of volunteer fire departments throughout the state saves New York taxpayers $4.7 billion annually, according to a new report. more
The New York State Thruway Authority will continue its drone program with the support of a $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation. more
No serious injuries were reported. Crews worked throughout the afternoon to clear damaged vehicles. more
State Sen. Rachel May, D-Syracuse, has advanced her Bigger, Better Bottle Bill through the Environmental Conservation Committee. more
The New York State Division of Consumer Protection has some advice for job seekers on how to avoid common employment scams. more
Oneida County Tourism President Kelly Blazosky has been appointed to the New York State Tourism Advisory Council by Gov. Kathy Hochul. more
State Police and local law enforcers will conduct special driving while intoxicated enforcement through Sunday to deter drunken driving during St. Patrick’s Day weekend. more
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