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Training sessions occurred last week, according to Mayor Svante Myrick
Service to be held Saturday for Army Sergeant Michael J. Barra of Ithaca, who was killed fighting in Korean War
Workers, plow trucks will arrive in Buffalo Thursday, stay through Monday
Firefighters forced to carry patients through snow due to blocked roads
Snow totals could top eight feet by time snow ends Thursday, with warmer temperatures forecast for weekend
Stretch of roadway, from Rochester to Pa. border, remains closed Thursday morning
Specifics on Governor Cuomo's plan to spend New York state's $5 billion surplus aren't likely to be known before January.
The Buffalo area will likely see a few more feet of snow before the week ends.
SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher formally launched a new Center of Innovation in Education at SUNY Cortland Friday, creating a regional hub for the advancement and improvement of teacher education.
Duffy to lead Rochester Business Alliance in January
New regulations go into effect next June
Service between Albany, Buffalo suspended due to heavy snow
State Police using ATV's to reach drivers stuck on roadway since Tuesday morning
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says James Stevens III illegally cleared land, leading to flooding on Route 281, at St. Mary's Cemetery
Shelly Covert says she was headed to Buffalo for doctor's appointment, forced to turn around about 13 miles from destination
Snowfall totals could exceed six feet in some communities by end of storm
Woman found suspect standing inside apartment October 25th in town of Ithaca
An Ithaca landlord pleaded guilty to 350 violations in City Court last week and will pay fines of up to $50,000.
Cold temperatures will persist into the week, which means extra precautions should be taken.
Welfare checks being done by police, officials on snowmobiles