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  • Former SEFCU executive can proceed in his lawsuit over firing

    Former SEFCU executive can proceed in his lawsuit over firing The former CFO of the Capital Region’s largest credit union can continue his lawsuit alleging wrongful firing, following a decision earlier in the month regarding the organization’s disclosure of employment policies. Source: Times Unition Former SEFCU executive can proceed…

  • New York dental association: let us reopen our offices fully

    New York dental association: let us reopen our offices fully ALBANY —The New York State Dental Association wrote a letter to Governor Andrew M. Cuomo last week requesting he remove his emergency order only allowing dental offices to do emergency procedures. Source: Times Unition New York dental association: let…

  • U.S. death toll from the coronavirus has surpassed 100,000, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University

    U.S. death toll from the coronavirus has surpassed 100,000, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — U.S. death toll from the coronavirus has surpassed 100,000, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University. The post U.S. death toll from the coronavirus has surpassed 100,000,…

  • Local unemployment rate jumps to three-decade high

    Local unemployment rate jumps to three-decade high ALBANY — The unemployment rate in the five-county Albany metropolitan area more than tripled in April to 12.5 percent of the workforce, the state Labor Department reported Wednesday. It was the highest figure for any month in records dating back three decades…

  • 181st Erie County Fair postponed until 2021

    181st Erie County Fair postponed until 2021 HAMBURG, N.Y. (WIVB)–Erie County Fair officials have decided to postpone the 181st fair until 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Officials tell News 4 this is only the second time since 1841 there will be no fair. “Although our Board and staff…

  • Churchill: The good and bad of Cuomo, live from Washington

    Churchill: The good and bad of Cuomo, live from Washington Andrew Cuomo delivered his daily briefing Wednesday from Washington, D.C., which is kind of like Albany but bigger and hotter, and for awhile New York’s governor was at his best. Then, the subject of nursing homes came up —…

  • Soul Fire Farm in Grafton adapts during COVID-19 pandemic

    Soul Fire Farm in Grafton adapts during COVID-19 pandemic Most days at Soul Fire Farm, Justin Butts can’t sit still. As the livestock manager, he’s always on the go, with his day starts at around 7 a.m., where he heads to the barn to check on his meat birds.…

  • Could there be some frost in the forecast?

    Could there be some frost in the forecast? Unmute Play Remaining Ad Time Ad – 00:00 Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy and mild. Wind: S 6-12 Low: 60-67 Thursday: Partial sun. 40% chance of scattered showers and perhaps a thunderstorm. Muggy. Wind: S/SE 7-14G20 High: 72-78 Thursday Night: 40%…

  • Crews respond to house fire in Binghamton

    Crews respond to house fire in Binghamton

    Crews respond to house fire in Binghamton BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — Emergency crews are responding to a report of a house fire at 24 Burr Ave. in Binghamton. As of 4:58 p.m., dispatchers cannot confirm further details with 12 News. 12 News has a crew on the way to the…

  • Beautification nominees sought in Ballston Spa

    Beautification nominees sought in Ballston Spa BALLSTON — The Ballston Spa Business & Professional Association is acceptin nominations for its 2020 Property Beautification Awards competition through Sept. 4. The competition, sponsored by Curtis Lumber, recognizes the restoration, renovation, new build, and beautification efforts by homeowners and businesses in Ballston…