MALONE –– Bids for the reconstruction of the administration building in Malone’ Recreation Park came in significantly higher than local leaders expected –– but village trustees said they are hopeful they can make adjustments to bring the project to fruition.
MALONE –– New York State Director of the Office of Victims Services Elizabeth Cronin and her team typically work with people who are victims of domestic violence, involved in mass shootings or other traumatic events. But on Monday, Cronin was at the Franklin County Courthouse to brief local …
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ALBANY — New York’s agriculture industry is rallying to find financial relief in the 2020 legislative session and executive budget after taking a hard hit from the Farmworkers Fair Labor Practices Act passed last year — and lawmakers are listening.
By RICHARD READ Los Angeles Times SEATTLE — Libyan funny guy Mohanad Elshieky often riffs on cross-cultural quirks, such as the tendency of Americans to tell him that in this country, his name is pronounced “Mohammed.”
“It’s just not how names work, they’re not based on location,” the New York-based comedian said in a Comedy Central stand-up viewed 380,000 times on YouTube. “If your name is Miles and you go to France, no one’s going to come to you and be like, ‘Hmm, actually here, it’s pronounced Kilometers.’”
BRAINARDSVILLE –– With the end of winter finally in sight, Bellmont Highway Superintendent Lee Davis has turned his eyes toward the next snow season –– when the current contract between the town and Franklin County to plow county roads is set to expire.
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ALBANY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo, defending a controversial law that prevents federal law enforcers from accessing computerized records of New York drivers, contended Wednesday that immigration officials would misuse the data in order to deport undocumented immigrants.
AKWESASNE –– The St. Regis Mohawk Tribe has been awarded nearly $2 million for continuing upgrades of its affordable housing stock, the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development announced late Friday.
The Telegram DICKINSON –– A well-coordinate response by firefighters and quick action on the part of a homeowner helped prevent an early-morning fire on Ploof Road from becoming more serious than it was.
Firefighters were called to the scene at 2:41 a.m. Thursday after a homeowner awakened to a smell of burning in his residence, said Dickinson Fire Chief Jeffrey Jock. The homeowner initially reported the fire as a chimney fire but later upgraded the call to a structure fire when he discovere…
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SARANAC LAKE — Tedra Cobb is still focused on health care reform in her campaign for New York’s 21st Congressional District, but she is vague on the details of what she thinks that reform should look like.
MALONE –– With less than six weeks before a state-imposed deadline to complete phase one of a planned riverside park, the Village Board voted Wednesday to cancel its contract with the company working on the project.
BRAINARDSVILLE –– The Bellmont Town Board voted Wednesday to authorize an engineering firm to pursue a state grant on their behalf that would pay for an engineering study of the Brainardsville sewer system.
MALONE –– The emerald ash borer beetle was last spotted in Bombay in July of 2019 and local forestry experts say it can travel up to five miles each year. It is an invasive bug that has been killing ash trees across the area.
TORONTO - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for “dialogue and mutual respect” on Tuesday as the anti-pipeline protests and blockades that have paralyzed the nation’s rail system entered their 12th day.
BRUSHTON –– Plans to construct a water and sewer system to serve village residents took a step forward Thursday when the Village Board signed off on findings that the projects would have no significant impact on the environment.
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