FLN News Articles

Jim Kelly Is Cancer Free

09.05.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Buffalo Bills hall-of-famer Jim Kelly has been declared cancer-free by his doctors. Kelly's latest biopsy results were negative. He underwent radiation for sinus cancer earlier this year and was given a preliminary "all-clear" by doctors last ...

TOPS Markets to Freeze Prices On 300 Items

09.04.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Tops Markets plans to help you stretch your dollar by launching a "price lock guarantee." More than 300 items in 26 categories will be set to lower prices over an eight-week period starting September 7th. At the end of the period, Tops will assess ...

Binghamton University To Research How Alcohol Affects Development

09.04.14 |

Binghamton University will be able to continue its research on how alcohol affects development, thanks to a five-year grant renewal from the National Institutes of Health. 8.2 Million dollars was awarded to the SUNY research foundation in support ...

Fail To Clean Your Boat In NY And You May Face A Fine

09.03.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Boaters who don't wash their boats before entering New York waterways will soon face fines under a bill signed Tuesday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. The new law, which will take effect in one year, is meant to combat invasive species such as hydrilla, a ...

NY Senate Leader Faces Primary Challenge

09.03.14 | Sarah Harnisch

One of New York's Senate leaders faces a primary challenge next week in a key contest that could help determine which party controls the chamber next year. Senator Jeff Klein heads the five-member independent democratic conference, and is in a ...

Invasive insects taking a bite from N.Y. farms, gardens

09.02.14 | Bob Price

Like many berry growers in the Southern Tier, Dave Johnson, of Apple Hill Farms, in Binghamton, was aware of a new Asian pest threatening soft fruit in 2010 on the West Coast. "I thought 'Yeah, in the natural course of things, it could be years, ...

Program trains refugees for work on NY dairy farms

09.02.14 | Bob Price

Every morning, a handful of Bhutanese refugees who have settled in city neighborhoods board a van that takes them past bustling streets and suburbs and into a rural landscape where cows outnumber people. In a setting much closer to the homeland ...

NYS Fair Offers First $1 Day

09.01.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Not only will admission and rides be $1 each at the New York State Fair on Labor Day, but vendors will be offering blowout $1 specials. That's right: Get in the gates, ride a midway ride and eat a snack for $1 each. This is the first time the fair ...

Kirsten Gillibrand Wasn't David Paterson's Top Pick For NY's U.S. Senator

09.01.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Former New York Gov. David Paterson says Kirsten Gillibrand was not his first choice to replace Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Senate after Clinton was confirmed as secretary of state. Paterson wanted to name himself to the seat. "My dream was to ...

Tony Stewart Returns To First Race Since Hitting Ward In Upstate NY

09.01.14 | Sarah Harnisch

Tony Stewart will now start focusing on next weekend's race in Richmond, Virginia. His return to the track Sunday night ended only a little over halfway through his race at Atlanta Motor Speedway. Stewart hit the wall for the second time after his ...

12345678910 ... 162163