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Budget would increase tax levy by 1.9%, factors in additional revenues through casino operations, sales tax collections
On Wednesday alone, police in Syracuse say they received calls from at least five victims
First snowfall comes weeks before ski area opens for upcoming season
A truck driver carrying asphalt lost his brakes coming down Route 79 on the city’s west side Wednesday.
The federal suit was filed in Albany this week by New York State United Teachers.
"This will go a long way to making sure she is mentally healthy," an SPCA official said.
An elderly woman from Preble had over 30 cats and 11 dogs confiscated from her home after an investigation by the Cortland County SPCA revealed the animals were living in squalor.
The 517-page book goes on sale Tuesday.
Thursday's meeting lasted more than two hours at City Hall; meeting was set up after business owners took complaints to city lawmakers last week
There's opposition to a proposed gas pipeline project in upstate New York.
Couple was arrested after abduction of two Amish girls from northern New York farmstand
Discovery was made Wednesday afternoon in Albany-area suburb of Guilderland
Ithaca Police got a call just before 4 p.m. Wednesday of accident on Hector Street/Route 79
Pennsylvania's attorney general says the thriving interstate drug trade is fueling the heroin epidemic plaguing all segments of society, with the drug both cheap and plentiful.
Governor Cuomo has picked up the endorsement of an influential state business group.
Governor Cuomo has a big lead over Republican challenger Rob Astorino with Election Day a mere month away, according to a new Quinnipiac University Poll.
The City of Ithaca is making slow progress to try and dredge its creeks.
Americans Eric Betzig, William Moerner both earned Masters, Ph.D. from Cornell
Men face deportation for trying to seek asylum in Canada