A Great Bend man managed to escape fire Friday morning by diving out his bedroom window. He lost his home and possessions, but his two dogs were saved - "that little bit of hope...means more than anything."
Stefanik’s campaign announced she raised $1.1 million between January and March, setting a record for money raised during the first three months of an off-year (a year in which there is no race for congress) in northern New York.
The money will fulfill a promise made by state legislators and then-Governor Elliot Spitzer - but never kept - more than a decade ago, for the state to fully fund its share of the cost of public schools in New York.
With Governor Cuomo having signed the law Wednesday morning which legalizes possession of cannabis - and sets up a legal framework for selling the drug - here are answers to some frequently asked questions.
City council member Lisa Ruggiero said Thursday that the council has agreed to interview Leonard Spaziani of Chestnut Street for the position left open when Jesse Roshia resigned at the end of January.
During a telephone question and answer session with reporters, Governor Cuomo repeatedly said he would wait for the state Assembly to complete its investigation before answering questions about any specific allegation of harassment.
Barclay represented northern New York in the state Senate from 1964 until his retirement in 1984. He was a leading Republican, at a time when Republicans not only dominated north country politics but were influential statewide as well.