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Police say armed robbery happened just before 10 p.m. near intersection of Aurora, Falls streets; suspect allegedly stole victim's purse, ran off
Mary Kersting, 60, of Gloversville was sentenced to two, six-month jail terms after keeping her mom's body in downstairs apartment, cashing her checks
TCAT leaders criticized House move this week; TCAT officials say they stand to lose more than $200,000 in federal funding annually
Police say woman stole $11.69 from jar at animal hospital, which was collecting money for animal shelter; woman is charged with petit larceny
Officials say she was last seen Thursday driving a brown 2009 Honda CRV, with the license plate CAL-1954.
A property owner has filed a lawsuit against the village.
A herd of about 200 all-white deer live on the former Seneca Army depot site.
A Cornell researcher says one-person hospital rooms might cost more initially, but could mean overall savings.
Police say Joshua Rutan, 31, was stopped on Second Street in Dryden around 6 a.m. Thursday; police say he resisted arrest, was taken into custody
Dismissal at 12:10 p.m.; power outage has also forced cancellation of after-school, weekend activities
Police made arrest after responding to Cortlandville apartment just after 8 a.m. Thursday to break up fight; they say fight was over reported sexual assault
Recent complaints led to investigation by Cayuga County Sheriff's Office, State Police; 4 arrests were made this week, with police keeping an eye on problem
Pine Nuts, Kozy Shack pudding cups are included in Wegmans recall announced this week; Wegmans officials say products can be returned for full refund
The bus service will be finalizing their budget in the beginning of December.
Task Force, put together by Governor Andrew Cuomo to review Common Core standards, will hold five sessions Friday; Binghamton, Syracuse sessions next week
Authorities say no criminal activities played a role in the death.
Police are cracking down on underage people using fake IDs to get alcohol.
Elizabeth Garrett will visit over a dozen cities to speak with Cornell students, alums, and others in the next six months.
Settlement comes after Lowe's was accused of deceptive sales practices with flooring installations; Lowe's will pay $1.1 million in refunds, $900k to state
Mayor Svante Myrick says lawmakers have made some changes to the budget, including some construction projects around the city.