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New State Law Means IVF Will Be Covered By Most Insurance Plans
A new law will go into effect next year that could help relieve the financial burden for an estimated 2.4 million New Yorkers.
An Open Letter Reminding You About NY’s Move Over Law
Here's my thing: police, troopers, paramedics, firemen - they all put their lives on the line to keep us safe. The law is in place in our state for a reason.
“Baby Shark Live!” To Make A Splash In Syracuse Next Year
Tickets for Baby Shark Live’s Spring tour go on-sale to the general public on Friday, November 22.
When Can I See The 2019 Gingerbread Village at Turning Stone?
The smell of molasses and ginger is hard to miss as soon as you pass near the Exit 33 Atrium. So when can we expect it to be displayed for the season?
What Central New Yorkers Would Do To Erase Student Loan Debt
We asked some Central New Yorkers what THEY would do to erase their student loan debt. We're not surprised by any of the responses.
New Dining and Gaming Facility Coming To Sylvan Beach
"The Lakehouse at Sylvan Beach" is anticipating to be open May 2020 at the former home of DiCastro’s restaurant and event hall.
JCPenney Hosting ‘Frozen 2′ Kids Event
If a little one you know loves the popular Disney film, Frozen, you'll definitely want to check out JCPenney in Sangertown Square this Saturday.
Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo Workers Goes Extra Mile to Keep Animals Safe From Flood Waters
The entire Mohawk Valley has been dealing with the aftermath of the flood that occurred late Thursday evening, leaving many without power, damage to their homes and properties. This includes the Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo in Rome.
Powerful Water Snaps Buoys At Delta Lake Dam
The Delta Lake dam has residents of Rome concerned this morning, appearing to be spitting out more water than usual. After the rain that occurred last night in the Mohawk Valley, no one is surprised, but rather curious if the dam is experiencing a breach or not.
Parents Say Persistent Bullying at RFA Not Being Addressed
After a video circulated of a student hitting another student in the RFA bathroom, parents and family members of students are questioning whether the district is working to the "best of their ability" to combat bullying in their school.