Schumer Claims One Baby Per Hour is Born Addicted to Prescription Drugs
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer revealed on Monday an alarming number that one baby per hour is now being born addicted to prescription drugs or other opiates.
It’s Time to Get Your Seasonal Flu Shot
Influenza is a serious disease that can lead to hospitalization and sometimes even death. Every flu season is different, and influenza infection can affect people differently.
New York is Least ‘Tax-friendly’ State
The Washington D.C.-based tax foundation made some waves earlier last week when it handed New York State a last place spot in its national rankings of the tax-friendly or unfriendly states.
U.S. Service Academy Admission Deadline is Friday
U.S. Representative Richard Hanna last Friday reminded high school seniors interested in an appointment to the United States service academies that there is less than a week left to apply.
Syracuse Univeristy Great Don McPherson to Speak at SUNY Oneonta
Syracuse All-American, Don McPherson, will be speaking to student leaders on the SUNY Oneonta campus today at various events.
New York Faces Tight Budget Again in 2013
State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli warns New York is headed toward another difficult budget year, according to published report.
New Law Allows Farms to Sell Liquor
A new law signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo last week, will allow licensed farm distilleries to sell liquor at the state fair, county fairs and not-for-profit farmers’ markets.
New SUNY Money Sharing to Save $2.5 Million
State University of New York chancellor Nancy Zimpher announced that more than $6 million has been redirected to academic instruction and student services in the first year of SUNY's system-wide shared services initiative.
Nearly 2,000 Speeding Tickets Issued on Thruway During ‘Operation Summer Brake’
More than 1,900 speeding violation tickets were issued to thruway motorists across New York State during the recent statewide “Operation Summer Brake” enforcement effort held the last week in August, the New York State Thruway Authority and state police Troop T announced.
State Offers Business Incentives to Curb Unemployment
New York State will distribute $6 million in federal grants to companies that hire long-term unemployed individuals as part of a new initiative to combat unemployment.