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Voters across New York are casting their ballots today in local elections and for six state-wide propositions. At the Family Enrichment Network in Johnson City, Chris Hinkey says he’s mainly concerned with Proposition 1 to allow up to seven...
The U.S. Coast Guard is proposing to allow the transportation of fracking wastewater on American waterways. The public has 30 days to weigh in on the issue and at least one New York state group is strongly opposed to the plan. Fracking wastewater...
The voter station at the Catholic Charities center on Front Street isn’t very noteworthy. It’s a plain room with tan walls and brown carpet. There are voter booths in the corner and information packets by the door. But sitting behind the...
On November 4, WSKG's Matt Martin hit the streets of Binghamton to find out what residents had to say about the mayoral election on November 5. Here's what they had to say:     Justin Marchuska "So I would just like to see,...
A new national study estimates 779,000 New Yorkers are eligible for tax credits that would reduce premium payments for insurance coverage they can buy through the state's new insurance exchange. The Kaiser Family Foundation analysis shows 17...
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation is beefing up its web site. The DEC will make information available online for nearly 2,000 remedial sites. Sites to be added include: properties being investigated to determine if they...