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The natural gas industry sees hopeful signs in a new poll that finds more New Yorkers now support hydrofracking. A Quinnipiac University survey also finds upstaters, who live where the gas drilling process would occur, back fracking in greater...
Actress Cynthia Henderson speaks with WSKG's Bill Snyder about the one-woman play "No Child" presented by Readers' Theatre of Ithaca.  More details here.
Pennsylvania's new fee on gas drillers has raised more than $200 million, most of which will be distributed to counties and towns to fix roads, restore water supplies and pay other expenses borne by local governments in the Marcellus Shale...
A unanimous state ethics board appears to launch  a full investigation into the Assembly’s sexual harassment scandal.   The vote followed an acrimonious meeting , where commissioners appointed by the Assembly Speaker demanded a...
Franklin Stage Company's 16th anniversary season comes to a close on Saturday September 8th at 8pm and Sunday September 9th at 2pm with two benefit performances by Tom Morgan of his newest play A CODA: THE FINAL TALES FROM THE EMPIRE. For...
Violinist Uli Speth and pianist Maxim Pakhomov present a concert of music by Mozart, Vaughan Williams, JS Bach, and Schubert on Sunday, September 9th at 3pm in the Phelps Mansion Museum, 191 Court St. More details here