List by Category: New York News

What goes around, come around for Buffalo Doc

09.13.13 | Bob Price

A year after being convicted of DWI in a crash that killed a Buffalo-area teenager, a doctor from western new York has found himself, the victim of a crash caused by a drunk driver. Dr. James Corasanti suffered minor injuries when ...

NY ballot wording puts rosy spin on casinos

09.12.13 | Bob Price

Want lower taxes? More money for your schools? More jobs? A referendum on the November ballot promises all that and more to New Yorkers as politicians seek to change the state constitution to allow seven Las Vegas-style casinos. The rosy language ...

NY agency wants reports of sick deer sightings

09.12.13 | Bob Price

New York's Department of Environmental Conservation is tracking a deadly viral disease in deer that's spread by tiny biting flies called midges. The agency is asking people to report sightings of sick or dead deer to help identify outbreaks. The ...

A List of Sept. 11th Commemorations at 3 Crash Sites

09.11.13 | Bob Price

NEW YORK CITY The commemoration will take place at the National Sept. 11 Memorial & Museum plaza at the World Trade Center site. Families of victims in the 1993 and 2001 attacks will read the names of those who died, interspersed with moments ...

Eliot Spitzer Comeback Bid Falls Short in NYC Primary

09.11.13 | Bob Price

Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer won the Democratic primary for comptroller Tuesday night, ending disgraced ex-Gov. Eliot Spitzer's surprise bid to reclaim his political career. Stringer had a 52-percent-to-48-percent lead over Spitzer in ...

Police Consolidation Effort Fails in Broome County

09.11.13 | Bob Price

A vote has ended the discussion of consolidation between the Endicott Police Department and the Broome County Sheriff's office. But now a new issue will have officers' attention as a contentious union negotiation lies ahead. Village board members ...

It’s Primary Day in NY

09.10.13 | Bob Price

It’s primary day in New York and the state Attorney General's Office plans to operate a hotline during the vote so that voters have somebody to call if they're having language or access issues in casting ballots. Attorney General ...

Spitzer Confident Going into Today’s Primary

09.10.13 | Bob Price

New York’s Ex-Governor Eliot Spitzer has spent a whirlwind two months asking voters to give him another chance after a prostitution scandal ended his political career. Now he's poised to find out whether Democrats will. Polls showed Spitzer ...

Poll Shows NY Incumbents in Lead for Fall Election

09.09.13 | Bob Price

The incumbent mayors of Buffalo and Rochester are among candidates ahead in a Siena College poll of likely upstate Democratic mayoral primary voters released Sunday. Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown has a 63-30 percentage-point lead over Bernie Tolbert as ...

“Fill The Bus” Food Campaign

09.09.13 | Bob Price

From now until September 21st, Wegmans will sponsor the 6th annual “Fill the Bus” Campaign to benefit The Food Bank of the Southern Tier’s Backpack Program.A yellow school bus will be parked in front of Southern Tier Wegmans ...

12...64656667686970717273 ... 178179