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The Department of Homeland Security said that the closure extension–which applies to the southern border as well–was partially motivated by the desire to minimize the spread of the highly contagious delta variant.The post Northern Border Remains Closed As The Canadian Side Is Set To Reopen first appeared on WSKG.
"Many employers are begging for assistance and what we can do is pair up these individuals and get them the training they need, through state-run programs, with willing employers to help eradicate the spectre of violence by giving them an alternative."The post NYS Says It’s Targeting Jobs As Alternative To Gun Violence first appeared on WSKG.
"We're starting to see it more and more. The weather patterns, I think are changing."The post Flood Recovery Efforts Continue In Otsego County first appeared on WSKG.
Gabriel said one of her goals is to get more people, both locally and nationally, to learn about the Finger Lakes connection to women’s rights.The post Ithaca Native Named First Executive Director Of National Women’s Hall Of Fame first appeared on WSKG.
The system’s Board of Governors voted to proceed with those mergers in a unanimous vote last week, and plan to launch the new “integrated” western and northeast university systems next July.The post University Chancellor Floats $75 million Plan For One-Time State Money At PA Senate Panel first appeared on WSKG.
“Especially with that surge of the overdose numbers, it’s not going away, so why not just try it?"The post Recent CDC Numbers Fuel Push For Overdose Prevention Centers In NY first appeared on WSKG.
Astorino, who officially announced his run for governor in May, has garnered just under $2.6 million since last September.The post In Binghamton, Astorino Says Governor’s Race Is Just Beginning first appeared on WSKG.
"Parents can rest assured that sending their child to camp will not mean sending them away from expert mental health care should they need it."The post New York Public Health Law Prompts Changes At Summer Camps first appeared on WSKG.
“It's just crazy. It's here. It's already here. People are already smoking it. Let us just go and get a legal substance from a safe provider.”
"We’re holding them accountable and delivering more than $1 billion more into New York communities ravaged by opioids for treatment, recovery, and prevention efforts."The post New York Secures $1.1 Billion Settlement From Opioid Distributors first appeared on WSKG.
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