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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - An upstate church where the American Red Cross got its start and a downstate complex that was central to the nation's textile industry are among the more than two dozen entities recommended for addition to the State and...
LAGRANGEVILLE, N.Y. (AP) - Sen. Charles Schumer is joining farmers in Dutchess County to call for federal aid for New York's first major commercial hop yard. Schumer will be at Eastern View Nursery and Dutchess Hops in Lagrangeville Monday...
The New York State Senate held a rare Sunday session at the Capitol, in an attempt to get the state budget finished on time in the midst of major religious holidays. The State Senate met to vote on three previously agreed upon budget bills, in an...
Director Kevin Halpin speaks with WKSG's Bill Snyder about the production of Mary Rodgers' Once Upon a Mattress opening at SUNY-Cortland on April 5th. More information here.
The Speaker of the State Assembly says a portion of New York’s gun control laws, set to take effect April 15th, may be post poned while talks continue on how to amend the provision. Governor Cuomo and legislative leaders are talking about...
Oral arguments were completed Thursday in the case that will decide whether New York towns have the right to ban gas drilling, and the fate of the local bans will come down to the interpretation of a single sentence. New York Environmental...