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The message for attendees of a conference in Upstate New York is that the state’s battery and power storage industry needs to find ways to come together to increase innovation and job growth. Says Christine Furstoss, “We all struggle...
New York State’s Teacher of the Year testified at a Senate hearing that even she could not receive high marks in her teacher evaluation process, due to what she and others say is the dysfunctional implementation of the new Common Core...
Chemung County Legislators are calling on Gov. Cuomo to reconsider his plan to close the Elmira and Greater Binghamton Mental Health Centers.  The closures are part of a larger state plan to consolidate inpatient mental health care.   Mike...
The Rod Serling School of School of Fine Arts' Lawrence Kassan and actress Susannah St. Clair speak with WSKG's Bill Snyder about the School's production of Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit. More information here.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York's new online health exchange reports 197,011 New Yorkers have completed applications to get insured, while 48,162 have subsequently enrolled in plans, nearly half in the government-funded Medicaid program for...
Richard Daggett contracted polio as a 13-year-old at the height of the epidemic in the early 1950s. Now, as one of the aging survivors of the disease, he and others like him are experiencing a condition known as post-polio syndrome, which...