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  • Audit: New Yorkers notified of drinking water issues late, or not at all

    Audit: New Yorkers notified of drinking water issues late, or not at all An audit of the state Health Department’s drinking water monitoring program found that district and local offices did not always notify the public of drinking water violations in a timely or appropriate fashion. Source: Times Unition…

  • 3 deaths found in investigation of impaired pathologist

    3 deaths found in investigation of impaired pathologist FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) — A Veterans Affairs hospital official says investigators have discovered 11 significant errors including three deaths in more than 30,000 cases originally seen by a fired Arkansas pathologist officials say was working while impaired. Veterans Health Care System…

  • Meeting on marijuana to be held in Vestal next week

    Meeting on marijuana to be held in Vestal next week (WBNG) — A listening session on the proposal to legalize marijuana in New York state is scheduled for next week. You can voice your opinion on the topic on Tuesday, Oct. 2 from 6-8 p.m. at Binghamton University. Click here…

  • East High football star Seven McGee decommits from Oregon

    East High football star Seven McGee decommits from Oregon McGee transferred to East this summer and is off to a fast start for the Eagles (3-0).            Source: Rochester New York Latest News East High football star Seven McGee decommits from Oregon

  • Onondaga County exec Joanie Mahoney steps down midterm

    Onondaga County exec Joanie Mahoney steps down midterm Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney has announced she is stepping down midterm.Mahoney in a news conference said she was leaving for a position as chief operating officer with the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.Mahoney will…

  • Ballston moves ahead with more controversial sewer lines

    Ballston moves ahead with more controversial sewer lines After a crushing referendum defeat of a town proposed $15.8 million sewer lines on Route 50, the town is trying again, this time in a different part of town that will come at a higher cost to residents. Town Councilman Bill…

  • Indicted congressman makes court appearance before midterms

    Indicted congressman makes court appearance before midterms SAN DIEGO (AP) — The opponent of California’s Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter has released a TV ad aimed at conservative voters in the deeply red District 50 as the indicted congressman made his last court appearance before midterm elections. The narrator of…

  • Cops release more details on 5 wounded in Syracuse shooting

    Cops release more details on 5 wounded in Syracuse shooting SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — Police in Syracuse have released a few more details on the victims in last week’s shooting at a memorial service that left five people hospitalized with gunshot wounds. The police department said after the Thursday’s…

  • School's Out may partner with Capital Roots on farm

    School's Out may partner with Capital Roots on farm BETHLEHEM – School’s Out, the Delmar nonprofit that operates day-care operations for elementary school children in the Bethlehem Central School District, says it may partner with Capital Roots on a former horse farm it wants to buy on Kenwood Avenue.…

  • FBI sifts mountain of data in NXIVM's seized computers

    FBI sifts mountain of data in NXIVM's seized computers ALBANY — The Justice Department has hired an outside vendor to help the FBI sift a virtual mountain of data contained on computer devices that were seized in March from two Halfmoon residences associated with NXIVM’s co-founders, Nancy Salzman and…