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NEW YORK, June 24, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The New York Energy Consumers Council (NYECC), one of the largest energy customer advocacy organizations representing large energy... [Read More]
Find the latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic in New York state and New York City, including data on positive cases and other indicators, and... [Read More]
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No one was seriously injured after an SUV struck an Amish buggy Tuesday evening in the town of Kiantone. Firefighters were alerted to the collision... [Read More]
Ohio, the state that launched the national movement to offer millions of dollars in incentives to boost vaccination rates, planned to conclude its program Wednesday... [Read More]
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Governor Cuomo's executive order allowing for expired licenses and permits to remain valid will come to an end Thursday. This means if you have either... [Read More]
Beginning Thursday driver's licenses or permits that expired March 1, 2020 or after and have not been renewed will no longer be considered valid. [Read More]
90% of students on Syracuse University's campus this summer and 97% of faculty and benefit-eligible staff have been fully vaccinated, as Gov. Andrew Cuomo announces... [Read More]
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BY MICHAEL WRIGHTYears of bureaucratic tangles involving Southampton Town officials and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has led to a breakdown in... [Read More]
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New York Attorney General Letitia James filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the Niagara-Wheatfield Central School District over its failure to respond to reported incidents of sexual... [Read More]
New York state's popular to-go alcohol program, which has been a lifeline for restaurants and bars during the Covid-19 pandemic will end abruptly on Thursday.... [Read More]
To-go alcohol will end in New York state on June 24.  That word came from the New York State Liquor Authority on Wednesday afternoon. [Read More]
Broome County residents can fish without a license this weekend. Nathaniel Cole, Dorchester and Greenwood Parks are participating in New York State's Free Fishing Weekend.... [Read More]
While this year wasn't a presidential primary year, there were several high-profile mayoral primaries in New York State's largest cities.  "It's pretty clear turnout was... [Read More]
Due to the expiration of the state of emergency, pandemic-related measures that allowed for the to-go sale of alcohol will end after Thursday. [Read More]
The New York State Education Department (NYSED) announced on Tuesday that the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) has approved its Accountability and Report Card waiver... [Read More]
New York State Police in Cobleskill Tuesday arrested Kieondre Dickson, 28, of Troy and charged him with rape following an alleged incident. Dickson is accused... [Read More]
According to 511NY, a truck fire on I-81 northbound near Whitney Point has closed one lane of traffic. 511NY reports that the truck fire is... [Read More]
County singer/songwriter Justin Moore will perform at the Great New York State Fair on Monday, August 30. The singer is known for his hits such... [Read More]
New York State's pandemic policy of allowing bars and restaurants to sell alcohol to go will expire Thursday along with the COVID-19 state of emergency. [Read More]
The New York State Liquor Authority announced on Twitter that after Thursday, June 24, privileges for alcohol-to-go and alcohol deliveries will be revoked, as they... [Read More]
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