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As New York State continues to battle the problem of heroin and opioid abuse, local emergency responders have a tool to combat the issue.
If you come across a plant that's as tall as a house and topped with umbrella-shaped white flower clusters, don't touch it. It might be giant hogweed, which can cause blistering and blindness.
New York's senior senator says $750,000 in federal funds would help expand program for military veterans
City's Board of Public Works held first conversation Monday night about slowing trucks down on Ithaca's hills; board discussed memo with 13 suggestions
Company to add 10 new stores in four states
Study shows New York has less than half of national average of organ donors
Comments came during campaign stop Monday in Syracuse; critics say they are "appalled, outraged"
A 24 year old Seneca Falls man died over the weekend in a farming accident.
A group founded by former CNN journalist Campbell Brown is challenging New York state's teacher tenure system.
CIty's Board of Public Works will discuss options presented by city transportation engineer during Monday meeting
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is defending his handling of an anti-corruption commission, dismissing reports that his administration interfered with its work.
Cathy Dove will start job at Paul Smith's College Sept. 1
16-mile stretch of Interstate 90 was shut down Monday morning due to significant flooding
It’s a problem for law enforcement, health officials, and maybe someone you know.
Money will be used to add new heating, cooling systems at auditorium for high school, middle school
Police say couple was jogging in town of Tioga Saturday morning when they were hit by car, which fled the scene
A Seneca County woman is accused of stealing more than $160,000 from a community volunteer organization.
Due to new USDA guidelines, the price of breakfasts provided to students in Ithaca City Schools will increase next school year.
Tompkins County has approved property tax abatements for Incodema3D, a spinoff of the Ithaca-based Incodema, Inc.
New York State’s coverage for helping smokers quit is inadequate, according to a new report from the American Lung Association.