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Auburn Mayor Mike Quill says he's somewhat looking forward to sifting through the resumes coming in for the position of City Manager. The selection process is underway following last month's resigna...read more
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The drop in unemployment figures means about 51,000 New Yorkers will lose access to food stamps this year. Joel Berg, executive director of Hunger Free America, says under federal rules, individuals c...read more
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New York plans to revamp the way it trains child welfare caseworkers. The Office of Children and Family Services has created a panel to make recommendations for how best to do this, following a fede...read more
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Governor Cuomo's proposal to raise New York's minimum wage to 15 dollars an hour has been praised by many. But the New York Farm Bureau says that kind of hike would plunge state farming businesses int...read more
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More cases of human trafficking are being reported and that could be a good thing. A new study by Polaris, an anti-trafficking group, shows a rise in reported cases in New York and nationwide. The s...read more
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Congressman John Katko delivered the Republican weekly address to the nation today. It was broadcast on cable television and radio. The following is Katko's address in its entirety. [audio:2061610120...read more
Its competitors have been making the charge for over a year and now a respected investment journal has predicted that the new Lago Resort and Casino will, in their opinion, "cannibalize gaming custo...read more
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Every property in Geneva is getting reassessed this year. Geneva City Manager Matt Horn says assessments are based on square footage, improvements you've added as well as market conditions in you...read more
At the conclusion of the 2015-2016 season, Keuka College will stop using the athletics nickname "Wolfpack." At the start of next season, the College’s teams will be recognized as the "Wolves."...read more
A report Friday indicates that Xerox will not cut jobs in Monroe County when the company splits itself into two separate companies. The head of the union representing 900 employees working in the co...read more
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A 25 thousand dollar gift has been granted to the Food Bank of the Southern Tier. Their Community Engagement Coordinator, Ashley Learn, tells us more. [audio:2061692409-IthacaFoundationgift.mp3] [...read more
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Auburn City Council on Thursday voted 5-0 in favor of more study of the future of the vacant lot at 1 to 7 State Street. City Clerk Chuck Mason said on Friday's Finger Lakes Morning News that it was...read more
State Police are hoping an autopsy will give new clues to the circumstances surrounding the death of 27 year-old Andrew Thomas of Lodi, whose body was found last Tuesday in a remote field in the Sen...read more
A Canandaigua teenager has been charged with the December, 2014 rape of six year old girl. According to Sheriff's Deputies, 17 year-old Logan Beverly, currently serving time at the Ontario County Ja...read more
A Palmyra man convicted of a snow-plowing scam after he cheated 218 customers out of more than $42,000 was granted parole on Friday after serving the minimum sentence behind bars. 40 year-old Scott ...read more
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