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Gov. Andrew Cuomo is heading for Herkimer where he’ll be giving a press briefing shortly on the shootings that took place in the area earlier today. Here’s where you can see it: http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/Shots-fired-as-police-search-for-shooting-spree-4351528.php
The push to restore $120 million in local disability services has been one of the emerging themes in this year’s buget-building drama and now another lower-key narrative is developing, at least today, about the $5 million the governor and Democrats want for local mental health supports but which Senate Republicans are zeroing out. Democratic...
Local police said they have identified the suspect in a mass shooting in Herkimer as 64-year-old Kurt Meyers of Mohawk, the Associated Press reported. Gov. Andrew Cuomo and State Police superintendent Joseph D’Amico are set to have a news conference later today in Herkimer after four people were killed and two injured in the...
A shooting spree took place in Herkimer earlier today. Gannett Albany Bureau’s Jon Campbell is headed to the scene. Follow him on Twitter at @JonCampbellGAN Here’s the early report from the Associated Press: HERKIMER, N.Y. (AP) — A man opened fire at a car wash and a barbershop a mile away Wednesday morning, killing...
A group called Women for Westchester has formed to advocate passage of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Women’s Equality Agenda and to continue from there working on future legislation. “Women for Westchester (W4W) is an alliance of our county’s residents committed to advancing legislative bills, social policy, and actions that enable women to participate more fully...
A majority of New York voters think the state’s economy is “staying about the same,” according to a new poll from Marist College. The telephone survey found 53 percent of registerred voters think the state’s economy has been stagnant, while 18 percent think it’s getting better and 29 percent think it’s getting worse. It’s...
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