Long Island kid living far from the ocean for the first time. Big baseball guy so it’s a good thing the Rumble Ponies exist. Excited to get to know the city and the people of Binghamton!
Governor Hochul Announces Free Electric Car Charging
Governor Kathy Hochul announced that electric cars will be able to charge for free at all EVolve NY Direct Current Fast Chargers for during the holiday weekend.
Fishing in New York is Free This Weekend
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has announced that this weekend, New Yorkers won't require a license to fish in the state.
New York Purchases Over 800 Robots for Elderly Residents
The New York State Office for the Aging purchased over 800 "ElliQ" robots to give to lonely, elderly adults.
Stewart’s Shops Added to New York’s Historic Business Preservation Registry
New York State's Historic Business Preservation Registry has added Stewart's shop to its inaugural class of historic New York businesses.
Governor Hochul Aims to Improve Unemployment Benefits Customer Experience
Governor Hochul announced the Department of Labor is making strides to improve the customer service experience for New Yorkers seeking unemployment assistance
New York Man Arrested Repeatedly for Having 23 Bird Feeders
A 71-year-old Wayne County man has been arrested repeatedly for having 23 bird feeders on his lawn.
New York State Parks Department Announces Start of Parks Photo Contest
The New York State Parks and Recreation Department has announced the start of their Parks Photo Contest, running from June 15, 2022 to October 15, 2022.
New York Board of Regents Ease Graduation Requirements for High School Students
The State Board of Regents plans to make it easier for students who miss or fail their regents exams to receive a diploma anyway due to Covid-19 pandemic.
Conklin, New York Teen Could Face Death Penalty If Convicted For Buffalo Mass Shooting
Payton Gendron, the Conklin teen accused of the Buffalo mass shooting in May, could be facing the death penalty if convicted.
“DIAPER” Act to Make Diapers Tax Exempt Passes State Assembly and Senate
Diapers may become a little more affordable for New Yorkers after the state assembly and state senate passed the "DIAPER" act.