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Ex-Judge Admits to Abusing Power
A former village justice in northern New York has pleaded guilty to abusing his position as a judge. >>  
State’s Brewing Industry Growing
That's according to the Governor's office, who says The Empire State is home to home to 105 farm-based craft beverage stores. >>  
Obamacare Support at All Time High
Support for the Affordable Care Act is at an all-time high, according to two surveys released this week. >>  
This Week In Wine Country- Cayuga Lake Wine Trail
Highlighting some of the events coming up on the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail  >>  
This Week In Wine Country- Cayuga Lake Wine Trail
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State’s Brewing Industry Growing
State’s Brewing Industry Growing
That's according to the Governor's office, who says The Empire State is home to home to 105 farm-based craft beverage stores.... Full Story >>
New York Looking Towards Cashless Tolling
New York Looking Towards Cashless Tolling
The days of human-staffed toll booths may be coming to a close--at least in New York that is.... Full Story >>
Regional Farmers Gather in Corning for Locally Grown Food Fest
Regional Farmers Gather in Corning for Locally Grown Food Fest
Farmers from around the Finger Lakes Region offer samples and products, and consumers get a chance to interact with the people who grow the food they eat. ... Full Story >>  Regional Farmers Gather in Corning for Locally Grown Food Fest
Report Analyzes Regional Trends in Education
Report Analyzes Regional Trends in Education
Across New York state enrollment in schools is falling as spending increases.... Full Story >>
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State’s Brewing Industry Growing
State’s Brewing Industry Growing
That's according to the Governor's office, who says The Empire State is home to home to 105 farm-based craft beverage stores.... Full Story >>
New York Looking Towards Cashless Tolling
New York Looking Towards Cashless Tolling
The days of human-staffed toll booths may be coming to a close--at least in New York that is.... Full Story >>
Regional Farmers Gather in Corning for Locally Grown Food Fest
Regional Farmers Gather in Corning for Locally Grown Food Fest
Farmers from around the Finger Lakes Region offer samples and products, and consumers get a chance to interact with the people who grow the food they eat. ... Full Story >>  Regional Farmers Gather in Corning for Locally Grown Food Fest
Pennsylvania Legislative Candidate’s Campaign Goes "Down the Drain"
Pennsylvania Legislative Candidate’s Campaign Goes "Down the Drain"
A Democratic candidate's run for the Pennsylvania Legislature is down the drain, partly because he used too little water at his home.... Full Story >>
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Obamacare Support at All Time High
Obamacare Support at All Time High
Support for the Affordable Care Act is at an all-time high, according to two surveys released this week.... Full Story >>
JCPenney to Close Up to 140 Stores
JCPenney to Close Up to 140 Stores
JCPenney plans to shutter as many as 140 stores in the coming months, the latest traditional retailer to announce closings.... Full Story >>

                



                           

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