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Several wine merchants showed up to city hall Tuesday.
Bud Garrity was a former news director at WHCU.
With the annual Cortaca jug game in mind, police in Cortland recently conducted an undercover sting of 27 businesses that are licensed to sell alcohol.
NYC's tallest apartment building isn't open yet but it already boasts an impressive view with a whopping price tag.
The Chestnut Praline Latte will be the first new holiday-themed drink in five years.
Police have responded to multiple overdoses in the past several days.
The popular online video service owned by Google is planning to offer a paid, ad-free version.
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The troubled actress is "not fit for release" and will spend another 30 days in treatment.
New York state is marking the death and destruction caused by Superstorm Sandy by lowering flags and observing a moment of silence in honor of those who perished in the storm.
Elected officials from the local and state level will continue their talk about truck safety in Ithaca next month.
These Halloween favorites are sure to put you in the perfect spooky (not-so) scary mood for the holiday.
Poll out Tuesday shows major swing in competitive race in Syracuse area, growing support for Rob Astorino
Police say workers at Mate Factor found Michael Robinson in basement just before midnight
Dunkin' Donuts will begin selling the pastry - a "delicate and flaky croissant ring that is glazed like a donut" - next month.
Air strikes were stage on Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq.
Someone hacked into his brother's Twitter page and posted a series of fake messages about the singer.
The "Purple Rain" hitmaker will perform live with his all-female band 3RDEYEGIRL without commercial interruption.
A Wi-Fi hotspot at LAX named after a terrorist group kept travelers on board for hours as police investigated.
Ban would focus on placement of GPS devices on someone's car without consent