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One day after saying they could not “speculate” on when a key health review on hydrofracking in New York would commence, the state health department has now announced three university experts have been chosen and will review the data....
A leading Democratic Senator says wayward Democrats in the Senate should get in line with the others in their party, and form a majority to run the Senate when the new session starts in January. Despite being severely underfunded compared to their...
Tenor Tony Villecco and recorder soloist Jeffrey Wahl speak with WSKG's Bill Snyder about "Basically Baroque", a program with harpsichordist Madeleine Iannone and cellist Emily Creo on Saturday, November 17th at 8pm in the Unitarian...
Fracking could once again be delayed in New York, unless the State Health Commissioner is able to complete requirements to contract with outside health experts and conduct a health review by November 29th. The State’s Health Commissioner, Dr....
Governor Cuomo says he hopes a Moreland Act investigation into the state’s utilities will result in a complete overhaul of New York’s power distribution system. Cuomo says he launched the Moreland Act probe, which has the power to...
The New York Thruway Authority, after canceling two meetings where a proposed 45% toll hike on trucks was believed to be voted on, now says it needs more time to consider “options” before going ahead with the controversial proposal....