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A 21 year old Moravia man faces 13 misdemeanor charges in connection with numerous thefts of batteries from golf carts at the Fillmore Glen Golf Course in the Town of Locke.
The Republicans who will soon control the New York state Senate will gather in Albany to discuss their priorities and objectives for the new year.
A student-run event to clean the streets of Cortland the day after the Cortaca Jug football game is looking for more volunteers.
The Tompkins County Public Library is launching a campaign this weekend aiming at bringing the Library into the digital age.
State wanted to use over $500M to help pay for nearly $4 billion bridge project
Partnership includes major gift from AOL, money for researchers in NYC, Israel
WHCU's Pete Blanchard looks back on the life of Ivar Johnson, who friends say was known for "paying it forward."
Police say the man charged with ambushing two troopers outside a Pennsylvania State Police barracks confessed to the crime and…
Authorities say a third person has died in a Syracuse fire.
The congressman says he will look to help attract new airlines and destinations for the airport.
Premiums are expected to increase about 4.5 percent in New York’s health exchange next year.
The awards honor Americans under 40 who are changing the world through public service.
Governor Cuomo announced Thursday that New York State will be providing assistance for storm recovery costs for 17 counties hit hard in 2013.
Dana Houghtling had argued that his 15-year sentence was “harsh and excessive.”
Supporters of a higher minimum wage want Governor Cuomo to push the issue in a lame-duck legislative session before Republicans take control of the state Senate next year.
New York is eliminating some restrictions on craft beer, wine and spirits producers to encourage the growing interest in locally made alcoholic beverages.
Three kids were among eight people taken to hospital; four people had to be rescued from home
Principal from Cayuga County was found inside car around 11 a.m. Wednesday
They’re attending a meeting of the state’s Public Service Commission, which is the group that will decide the fate of the plant.
The site was purchased by Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services earlier this year.