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The Burmese Community Support Center on Buffalo’s Westside aims to assist the city’s large Burmese population. What makes the center unique is that it’s run by the Burmese community. Client Services Coordinator Chan Thu says the...
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - The New York Assembly plans to hold a hearing on a proposed $5 billion environmental bond for upgrades and repairs to water and sewage systems. Assemblyman Robert Sweeney, who chairs the Environmental Conservation Committee,...
Federal officials visited BAE Systems near Binghamton today to announce $13 million in grants for fuel cell-powered mass transit. The grants went to a range of manufacturers and transit agencies across the country. At a refurbished IBM plant in...
The school year starts for school children in New York this week and next week. It comes amid concerns over low test scores for many of the state’s students, and harsh rhetoric from Governor Cuomo, saying he wants a “death penalty...
United Way's Ken Spink and Phill Ginter speak with WSKG's Bill Snyder about the annual Day of Caring. More information here.
Brian Wolff talks with WSKG's Sarah Gager about making it as a musician, and his upcoming performance with the Brian Wolff Band at Blues on the Bridge in Binghamton, NY.  More information available here.