Any organization can request the bridge to be illuminated in 2016.
Only 100 children and young adults up to 21-years-old will be allowed to partake in the study.
While a lot of New York’s taxes do go support those on Social Services, a lot of it is directed toward better education.
The man fled after a clerk fulfilled his demand for cash, but his image is caught on video.
Officials confirmed that one of Rex Ryan’s assistants has officially been promoted to the coaching staff as the new Special Teams Quality Co…
Midyear tax auction designed to outwit “serial” bankruptcy filers
Toys for Tots is now running the volunteer-based effort to sort through the mountains of mail at the facility in Rotterdam, N.Y.
Coalition claims poverty rate for blacks and Hispanics is 4 times that of whites, income is less than half
The officer cleared the snow from the man’s car and let him on his way.
The Buffalo Zoning Board of Appeals halted plans to construct an apartment building at 794 Potomac Ave. in Elmwood Village.
Virginia Beach police dispatchers say the call came in for a suspicious package Wednesday afternoon.
Seven of eight laws went into effect Tuesday
The drop has experts nationally concerned about the big picture, but it may be an opportunity for the average investor.
Officials urge action; see something, say something
Police say a person entered the Military Road First Niagara Bank with the intent of robbing it.
“We’re getting patients travelling like 100, 200 miles to come see us,” says pediatric neurologist Dr. Mohammad Qasaymeh
About 12.7% of New York State income goes to a combination of Income, property, sales and excise levies on everything from beer to estate ta…