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A Tylerville dairy farm, in Jefferson County, is growing, in part thanks to help from National Grid. The company awarded the farm a grant of $50,000 to increase its access to electricity. Milk Street Dairy has grown quickly since it began in 2008,...
Judy McMahon of Southern Tier Actors Read and Robert Rogers of the Cider Mill Playhouse talk to WSKG's Bill Snyder about the presentation of Ibsen's An Enemy of the People. More information here.
The state’s second highest court, the Appellate Division for the 3rd Department, has ruled in favor of New York towns with bans on gas drilling. In two decisions released Thursday, a four-judge panel ruled unanimously in favor of the Towns of...
Flutist Joyce Catalfano speaks with WSKG's Bill Snyder about the Fingerlakes Flutes spring concert at the Community School of Music and Arts. More information here.
A key component of Governor Cuomo’s 2013 agenda appears in jeopardy, as the governor concedes he does not currently have enough votes in the State Senate to bring an abortion rights bill he has championed to the floor. State Senate Republican...
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Gov. Andrew Cuomo is making a case to postpone a referendum on whether to allow major casinos off Indian land in New York. That vote by the public to amend the constitution to allow casino gambling beyond tribal facilities had...