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The state Assembly has passed a resolution that would proclaim the month of April "Organ Donor and Tissue Awareness Month."  Assemblyman Phil Palmesano tells us the bill needs Governor Andrew more
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      Summer camp is vital to the Boy Scouting experience.  According to Mike Catalano with the Boy Scouts of America many troops have already signed up for camping dates, more
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      PTSD doesn’t only affect people in the military.  It is common for women who were sexually assaulted, someone in a car accident, or even someone who had a heart more
Lyons students staged a sit-in protest about possible teacher layoffs on Friday.  The district could lay off up to 10 teachers due to budget cuts.  The district made the announcement more
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  Supporters of a proposed dog park in Down Town Geneva continue their efforts to raise 30-thousand dollars for construction. City Recreation Director Janelle Drach says the next big event more
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  The March of Dimes is hosting two March for Babies events in the area this year. One in Geneva on May 4th and the other in Canandaigua May 10th. Spokesperson Mallory Cornett says they are more
This weekend, the Corning Museum of Glass reopened the Ben W. Heineman Senior Family Gallery of Contemporary Glass.  The new gallery features the most influential pieces from the studio glass more
Work on the new Field & Stream Store in Consumer Square in Big Flats is expected to start any day now.  The store sells outdoor gear for camping, fishing, and hiking, and they plan to open more
Latta Brook Road in Horseheads is closing on Tuesday and will be closed for about four weeks.  Crews are replacing an existing culvert with a new one that will improve traffic and stream more
                            Seven river gauges in the Southern Tier now have long-term funding thanks to Senator more
Cornell University offered middle and high school girls a chance to explore science this weekend.  They held workshops on everything from building robots to concocting elephant toothpaste. more
Wegmans is donating to the Nature Conservancy based on how many extra plastic bags customers return this month.  They are going to give $.50 for every pound of plastic over the poundage they more
Registration is now open for the 15th annual Celebrate Commemorate 5K race in Waterloo. The race expects about 300 runners and walkers to participate.  It is part of more Celebrate Commemorate more
For more than 40 minutes on Friday night, 48 year-old John Washburn of Palmyra was trapped underneath  5,000 pounds of rolled steel at the Pacemaker Steel and Piping Company in Manchester as more
New York State will address the problem of problem gambling before it becomes a problem.  In layman's terms that pretty well sums up the first public forum conducted by Mark Gearan, the newly more
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