NEW YORK — Gov. Kathleen C. Hochul on Wednesday continued to refuse to publicly reveal her stance on changing the state’s bail reform law just before the leading Republican gubernatorial nominee held a rally with lawmakers on Long Island demanding the controversial law be repealed.

MALONE — June Fisher, a Democrat, has been elected as the Malone Town Justice, according to results provided by the Franklin County Board of Elections.

MALONE — A decision to decide who will fill a ten-year term on the Franklin County Court bench will be decided on Monday, Nov. 15, when absentee ballots are opened.

MALONE — Both incumbents on the Malone Town Board were reelected to another term by town voters, Tuesday evening.

MALONE — Michael Andrews, a republican, has been elected as Malone’s Highway Superintendent, according to results provided by the Franklin County Board of Elections.

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BELLMONT — Voters in the town of Bellmont will pick between three candidates, two incumbents and one challenger, to fill two seats on the town board, when they head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

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The Franklin County Board of Elections has announced the dates and sites for county residents to get votes in before Election Day, Nov. 2.

Officials are split on three of five special statewide propositions on the ballot this Election Day as advocates are urging New Yorkers to approve proposals that would remove voter registration deadlines, allow no-excuse absentee ballots and alter the state’s process to redraw election districts.

MALONE — One Democrat and one Republican, both with experience as the department’s deputy supervisor, are running to be the town’s next superintendent of highways.

MALONE — Two Republican incumbents will face off against a Democratic challenger in a Nov. 2 contest to determine who fills two seats on the town board.

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MALONE — On Tuesday, Nov. 2, town voters will choose between two individuals with courtroom experience, running for a spot on the Malone Town Court.

NEW YORK — Gov. Kathy Hochul, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and city Police Commissioner Dermot Shea spoke Friday about their partnerships and working together to ensure the safety all New Yorkers in the 20 years since t…

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ALBANY — New York voices are growing louder in protest to statewide COVID-19 mandates with up to 1,000 parents and caregivers of school-aged children rallying outside the Capitol over the weekend demanding face masks be a personal choice for each family when classes resume next week.

ALBANY — When New Yorkers wake up Tuesday morning, history will have been made overnight.

ALBANY — Just days after he announced his resignation from the state’s highest office, the Assembly announced Friday that it is suspending its impeachment probe into Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.

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ALBANY — Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo resigned Tuesday in wake of the state attorney general’s damning report that he sexually harassed at least 11 women and fostered a toxic culture in the Executive Chamber, and the Assembly’s swift aim to impeach him within the coming weeks.

ALBANY — The Assembly Judiciary Committee spearheading a scandal-laden impeachment investigation into Gov. Andrew Cuomo will tap experts to testify about the inquiry in public hearings in coming weeks as the five-month probe races to a conclusion.

Restaurant owners, distillers and other eateries blasted the state Legislature on Thursday afternoon for not voting this session to legalize to-go alcoholic beverages, which quickly became a staple of the COVID-19 pandemic while helping the hospitality industry stay afloat.

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MALONE — Both Democrats and Republicans decided contested primaries Tuesday, choosing the candidate to compete for an open ten-year seat on the Franklin County Court bench in November.

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MALONE — When voters head to the polls on Tuesday for the June primary, both Democrats and Republicans will decide contested elections, choosing their preferred candidate to compete for an open ten-year seat on the Franklin County Court bench in November’s election.

ALBANY — State lawmakers pushed support this week for a proposed law to stop law enforcement agencies from colluding with federal immigration officers to protect undocumented immigrants.

PLATTSBURGH — Canadian leaders are reportedly contemplating steps that could loosen northern border restrictions as early as June 22, news North Country officials embraced with open arms Tuesday.Assemblyman D. Billy Jones (D-Chateaugay Lake) was among the voices, feeling “our pleas for a pha…

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ALBANY — Lawmakers are pushing in their last scheduled days of session for the year to vote on a bill that would expunge the criminal records of millions of New Yorkers.

MALONE — Republican gubernatorial candidate Andrew Giuliani visited Malone Tuesday afternoon, meeting with local officials over lunch at Donovan’s Steak & Ale on Route 11 and talking about his campaign’s emphasis on deregulation and cutting taxes.

ALBANY — Lawmakers are pushing in their last scheduled days of session for the year to vote on a bill that would expunge the criminal records of millions of New Yorkers.

A second former aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo is accusing him of sexual harassment, saying the governor asked several questions about her sex life and made her feel “horribly uncomfortable and scared.”

WASHINGTON — The House approved President Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus plan early Saturday and sent it to the Senate, as Democrats defied united GOP opposition to advance the massive relief package aimed at stabilizing the economy and boosting coronavirus vaccinations and testing.

ALBANY — State Democratic representatives Thursday called for an independent investigation into recent sexual harassment allegations against Gov. Andrew Cuomo by a former member of his administration.