List by Category: New York News

2011 Gas Prices Nailed New Yorkers and Pennsylvanians

12.27.11 | Sarah Harnisch

The average household spent over 41-hundred dollars filling up this year, or 8-percent of their annual income.

Christmas Fell On A Sunday Yesterday, But 1 in 10 Churches Were Closed

12.26.11 | Sarah Harnisch

Some churches in New York handed out DVD's and told families to watch them together at home.

Good Grades for Governor Cuomo

12.20.11 | Bob Price

After one year in office, how do NY voters like the job their new Governor is Doing?

New York, Pennsylvania Post Offices To Stay Open A Few Extra Months

12.14.11 | Sarah Harnisch

Hundreds were slated to close because of postal service budget cuts.

Excellus Charged 5-Thousand People For Doctor's Fees They Shouldn't Have Paid

12.14.11 | Sarah Harnisch

The patients were still paying bills long after their deductible was met.

W.A.L.T. Day: Write A Letter Day

12.12.11 | Sarah Harnisch

One Hornell, New York mom's passion is to save postal worker jobs. And you can help.

Jobless New Yorkers Take Another Hit

12.07.11 | Jeremy Miller

Unemployment Benefits To Run Out By New Year

Artic League raises funds

12.06.11 | Bob Price

The Artic League celebrates a milestone and smashes a fundraising record in Elmira

Christian Group Suspended at the U-of-B

12.06.11 | Bob Price

Intervarsity is no longer operating on the campus of the University of Buffalo after the groups' treasure announced he is gay

Gingrich Surging

12.05.11 | Bob Price

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich is in the top spot in a new poll of likely Iowa voters.

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