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Taxes and tax reform are likely to be a major topic in the next legislative session, which begins in seven weeks. Governor Cuomo is relying on two separate commissions for ideas about tax changes, while progressive groups and Republicans in the...
NY legislator wants state facilities kept open ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A ranking state legislator is urging the Cuomo administration to hold off on a plan to close state facilities that house mentally ill and disabled New Yorkers. Sen. Thomas...
Union, GE fail to reach deal on upstate NY plant FORT EDWARD, N.Y. (AP) — The union representing workers at an upstate New York General Electric plant slated for closure says the company has rejected its concessions. Local media outlets report...
Hundreds of people turned out for a nanotechnology job fair in upstate New York this month. The industry’s being touted as a bright spot on the horizon for supplying new jobs. Many of the applicants are new looking for a job in the first time...
KC: I’m Kathleen Harrison Cook and you’ve been listening to me for the last few years on Morning Edition and it’s been very wonderful to be your host every morning. But in another day or two, I’m going to be leaving this...
Director Tom Kremer and actor Matthew Gaska speak with WSKG's Bill Snyder about the theatre department's production of the musical Rent.  More information here.