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Test scores for third through eighth graders were released Wednesday, and they show a dramatic drop in the number of New York students who received passing grades. Less than one third of students in the third through eighth grade, around 31%, ...
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — A firearms manufacturer says it's moving its corporate offices out of New York partly because of the state's strict new gun control law. Kahr Firearms Group of Pearl River is the first gunmaker in the state to...
Artistic Director Rachel Hockett and actor Gary Weissbrot speak with WSKG's Bill Snyder about their production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf.  More information here.
Two years after its enactment, a New York state law governing the recycling of electronic waste appears to be making an impact. A study from the Product Stewardship Institute or PSI shows increased involvement from industry. But the big box...
The federal trustee assigned to oversee Endicott Interconnect’s bankruptcy is objecting to a proposed sale to one of its shareholders. The trustee, Tracy Hope Davis, said in a court filing Tuesday that the company did not offer a reason for...
Chemung County is planning on cutting 30 staff positions as it grapples with lost jobs and a dramatic drop in sales tax revenue. At a presentation in Elmira on Monday, County Executive Tom Santulli said the county has lost 2,000 jobs in the last two...