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Republicans blame botched student aid rollout on Biden loan forgiveness scheme

High school seniors are facing unprecedented delays in finding out how much financial aid they will be provided to pay for college, thanks to multiple glitches in a new federal form that Republicans say were exacerbated by President Biden’s massive ...

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PEF officials, former staffer sued over sexual assault claims

ALBANY — The Public Employees Federation quietly parted ways with a top union staffer in January, months after it could not substantiate allegations that he had sexually abused a female union member during a conference in 2019.  The separation came as ...

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Democratic plans on redistricting remain unclear

ALBANY — State Democratic officials have yet to show their hand on how they plan to handle a widely watched — and potentially litigious — final chapter in New York’s turbulent redistricting process.  Democrats are expected to have the opportunity ...

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Is warm-to-cold the new winter normal? Neighbors share thoughts and how they are adjusting

CNY Central spoke with neighbors on how they are dealing with constant warm-to-cold weather we are experiencing this February that many are calling new normal.

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'It's good to carry on the tradition' Coleman's Pub prepares for Green Beer Sunday

The Green Beer Sunday Parade returns to Syracuse’s Tipperary Hill this weekend.The celebration is centered around Coleman’s Authentic Irish Pub on S. Lowell St.

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Towns of Adams, Massena to receive federal dollars for water infrastructure projects

ADAMS — The towns of Adams and Massena are set to receive federal money for their water districts, Sens. Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten E. Gillibrand announced Friday as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s $82,141,000 investment.

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Crystal meth seized in man's second arrest this month in Oneida County

The Oneida County Sheriff announced on Friday the second arrest of the same man this month on a felony charge.On February 23, the Sheriff says there was a traff

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Syracuse firefighters respond to emergency calls for third consecutive night

For the third night in a row, Syracuse firefighters responded to an emergency call in the city.It came in just before 8 p.m. on Feb. 23 at a building at the int

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Cold on Saturday

Cold on Saturday

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Is it the “Wurscht Chili”? German American Club prepares for cook-off competition

The North Country German American Club spent Friday afternoon cooking 15 gallons worth of chili.

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