Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed adding five days to the 2020 New York State Fair schedule. Cuomo added $4.9 million to his proposed 2020-21 budget, which he released Tuesday, to cover expenses for five days, expanding the fair to 18 days,... Read More.
Congressman Tom Reed blasted Governor Cuomo on Wednesday on the effects of his law allowing drivers licenses for illegal immigrants – including the fact that police departments from around the state are not able to access DMV data unless they agree not to share... Read More.
New York State officials have announced $151 million in new funding for the renewal of State roadways impacted by extreme weather events. This State funding will support 95 paving projects and the renewal of approximately 1,000 lane miles of pavement across the state, including... Read More.
St. Baldrick Candor is a family fun-filled day to raise money for pediatric cancer research. Over the previous 10 years, the St. Baldrick’s event has raised a total of $343,414. Even before the first razor begins buzzing to shave heads in late March, St.... Read More.
Chief Mike Hall, of the Dryden Fire Department, said an alarm was received at 3:27 a.m. Wednesday, Dryden Fire and Ambulance along with automatic mutual aid was dispatched to 1834 Dryden Road (NYS Route 13) in the Town of Dryden, near Ithacs,... Read More.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s call in his 2020-21 budget address Tuesday for ending the sale of flavored e-cigarettes doesn’t go far enough, according to the American Heart Association. “We need to protect the health of all New Yorkers by prohibiting the sale of all... Read More.
Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways (GSNYPENN) and Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) started its 2020 Girl Scout Cookie™ Program on Tuesday. Girl Scouts announces two new ways to celebrate young female leaders: a new lemon cookie available in select areas (including GSNYPENN... Read More.
Despite lofty promises in his State of the State address last week, NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo did not get into a lot of specifics nor detail any plan to pay for his so-called progressive agenda at a time when financial officials claim the Empire... Read More.
Spring semester classes start Wednesday for 18,100 students at Binghamton University. On anything but a "spring"-like day, students returned to the Vestal campus amid snow flurries, cold temperatures and gusty winds when dormitories reopened on Sunday. Perhaps the weather will be spring-like... Read More.