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This winter’s cold temperatures are creating tough survival conditions for honeybees. And when spring arrives, the bees will be relied on to pollinate upstate New York apple, cherry, and other fruit trees. Mike Martino began the winter with a...
NY village appeals ban on fracking water sales ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Environmental groups and a Steuben County village are headed to an appeals court over water sales to a Shell Oil Company subsidiary for shale gas drilling in Pennsylvania. The...
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued a citation to the owners of the Ginna nuclear power plant in Wayne County. The NRC cited the plant for failing to address a long-standing flood risk. NRC spokesman Neil Sheehan says an improperly...
The City of Binghamton is starting a new effort to crack down on residential properties with repeated criminal activity.  If the city deems a property a public nuisance, they’re just going to lock it down until the landlord fixes the...
The United States Labor Secretary is promoting a new workforce training grant program and says the focus should be on high-tech manufacturing. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez went to the Fulton Companies in Pulaski and then on to the Center of...
The New York legislature is preparing to elect four members to the Board of Regents. Often, incumbents are simply re-appointed, but this year 22 candidates are vying for those four spots. And Common Core is issue number one. Windsor native, Carol...