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Pianist, composer, and host of NPR's Piano Jazz Rising Stars, Jon Weber, speaks with WSKG's Sarah Gager about the differences between new and seasoned musicians, what it's like hosting the longest-running jazz program from NPR, and his...
New York Education Commissioner John King faced a bi-partisan grilling by liberal and conservative Assemblymembers at a hearing on growing concerns over student  privacy. As part of the conversion to the national Common Core standards, school...
Roberson Manager of Marketing and Public Relations Jason Fiume speaks with WSKG's Bill Snyder about this year's Home for the Holidays Christmas Forest and events. More information here.
For the third meeting in a row, community members filled the Tompkins County legislature. WSKG’s Matt Martin reports they were there to protest the expansion of the county jail. The proposal would create a new dormitory and an outdoor...
Some parents in the Southern Tier kept their kids home from school today in protest of a new statewide curriculum. Common Core has been controversial across New York and parents are even divided on how to protest. 6-year-old Brooklyn is eating lunch...
This year’s election took place in an off-year, meaning there was no presidential or Congressional races on the ballot. So voter turnout was lower than usual. But in Otsego County, in the Southern Tier, one group was testing whether the anti-...