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Here's a source of pride for New Yorkers: The Peace Corps says our state ranks second in the nation in the number of volunteers currently... [Read More]
New York is seeing an uptick in demand for tea, thanks to recent frigid weather, and what some say is "the Mariah Carey effect." New... [Read More]
As New York politics begins another year, the tentacles of Big Labor are more visible than ever. Up in Albany, the budget season opens Tuesday... [Read More]
Winter is a great time to do your gardening research or to learn something new. Anyone who enjoys the outdoors should be familiar with the... [Read More]
Albany A comprehensive state Department of Conservation report detailing potential solutions to address single-use plastic shopping bags has been sent to the governor and... [Read More]
The Alliance helps New Yorkers living with HIV and other chronic health conditions get the medical care, peer support, and housing assistance they need to... [Read More]
Coogan's restaurant and bar, a civic fixture in Washington Heights for 32 years, reached a new agreement with its landlord just three days after its... [Read More]
Strong words from lawmakers and Haitian-Americans about comments attributed to the President of the United States. [Read More]
Albany The words "insurance" and "strip club," not often heard in the same sentence, came together Friday at the state Capitol during a hearing... [Read More]
U.S. Rep. John Katko wants to ensure utility companies in New York are passing on the benefits of the federal tax plan to customers. [Read More]
Cord cutters and web TV viewers in New York are getting access to local network TV stations without paying fees or subscribing to cable. And... [Read More]
A new study has revealed that New Yorkers have the longest commutes in the country. [Read More]
There's a new online streaming platform available for New Yorkers, and broadcast television, not to mention the NFL, are going to hate it. Welcome to... [Read More]
This company helps find refugees culinary jobs in New York City. [Read More]
New Yorkers are expressing outrage over President Donald Trump's reported vulgar remarks about immigrants from African countries and Haiti. [Read More]
A somewhat-hidden instrument in one of New York's subway stations may be more than 20 years old, but it's still managing to delight New Yorkers... [Read More]
Note: This story by Larry Rulison appeared in Friday's edition of the Times Union. While President Donald Trump's federal tax cut is causing headaches for... [Read More]
A collection of refugees from around the world are bringing their culinary expertise to New York City... [Read More]
The city's Office of Emergency Management has launched a podcast to help New Yorkers be better prepared in case of an emergency situation. [Read More]
New Yorkers are being urged to get flu shots after a child died during this year's uptick in reported cases of the illness. Cases of... [Read More]