FLN News Articles

New York's Gas Drilling Could Could Rest On A Single Lawsuit

11.03.11 | Sarah Harnisch

A lawsuit has been filed in Middlefield that would decide whether or not towns have the right to ban drilling, even if the state allows it.

Videos Show How Christian Clerks Are Handling New York's Gay Marriage Law

11.02.11 | Sarah Harnisch

See straight from their own mouths what the cost has been.

Upstate New York Schools Fight Back Against Music & Art Cuts

11.01.11 | Sarah Harnisch

They are trying out for a 50-thousand-dollar prize to keep their music programs afloat.

New Website For Jobs In New York

10.31.11 | Sarah Harnisch

It doesn't just list government jobs-- it lists them all. By region.

Northern Lights Photos From Upstate New York

10.26.11 | Sarah Harnisch

If you want to take a peek, click on the link. Experts say it could be years before another display is this colorful.

New York Clerk Finds A Way To Dodge Giving Gay Marriage Licenses

10.26.11 | Sarah Harnisch

Rose Marie Belforti simply schedules someone else to hand out the licenses. But now, she's being ridiculed by a liberal advocacy group.

Michaelangelo Painting Found In Buffalo Now In Rome

10.25.11 | Sarah Harnisch

The "Michaelangelo of Tonawanda" will be featured at a prestigious exhibit in Italy.

Syracuse Bans Hydrofracking

10.25.11 | Sarah Harnisch

The trouble is... Syracuse doesn't have the right by state law to create a ban.

New York Charities Under Review

10.21.11 | Jeremy Miller

State AG's Office Warns Potential Victims

Upstate New York Woman to be Honored By The President Today

10.20.11 | Sarah Harnisch

The 94-year-old is getting the nation's second highest civilian award. She's from Penn Yann.

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