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The future of aviation has touched down in Chautauqua County. more
Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown asked for a moment of silence on New Year’s Eve to remember those lost to tragedy in 2022. more
New York lawmakers have become the highest paid state legislators in the nation under a bill signed Saturday. more

Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul signed legislation on Saturday to legalize natural organic reduction, popularly known as human composting, making New York the sixth state in the nation to allow that method of burial. more
A new Schenectady City School District program will allow students at five elementary schools to take advantage of extended after school hours. more
If you have visited one of the three New York State Thruway rest stops that were rebuilt and reopened within the last few months, then you may have some thoughts about their size. more
Taking down the Christmas tree is only one task after the holiday season. For those with a real tree, figuring out what to do with it can be as easy as placing it by the curb. more
As news reports come in of those seriously affected by the deadly Buffalo blizzard, there is an outpouring of support from those who want to help. more
The winter storm that blew through Erie County left emergency responders scrambling and when asked for help fielding 911 calls, Madison County did what it could to help out. more
Gov. Kathy Hochul urges New Yorkers to spend time outdoors and celebrate the New Year at state parks, historic sites, wildlife areas, canal trails, and public lands across the state on Jan. 1, 2023. more
Roads reopened Thursday in storm-besieged Buffalo as authorities continued searching for people who may have died or are stuck and suffering after last week’s blizzard. more
Fresh Internal Revenue Service statistics show New York has seen shrinkage in its share of high income bracket earners. more
A bill originally sponsored by Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, that creates criminal and civil penalties for disseminating personal images has been signed into law. more
Cortland sent firefighting gear to Ukraine. The Ukrainians it helped sent back a Russian fighter jet, in the form of a challenge coin. more
New York National Guard Soldiers and Airmen expect to provide military funeral honors for the families of 9,825 New York veterans by the time 2022 ends on Dec. 31. more
Ice fishermen may be eager to use those new augurs, shanties and other new equipment that sit beneath their Christmas trees. more
The oak tree on the front lawn of Transfiguration Lutheran Church on Culver Road in Irondequoit sprouted just a few years before the British Army was surrendering to George Washington at Yorktown. more
The National Guard went door to door in parts of Buffalo on Wednesday to check on people who had lost power during the area’s deadliest winter storm in decades. more
The New York State Education Department is accepting public comments on the definition of a “High-Need Local Education Agency” for the purposes of distributing funds. more
New York Attorney General Letitia James on Monday invited the state’s residents to report any price gouging by stores facing shortages of painkillers and fever reducers for children. more
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