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With the sounds of spring in the air, and planting season in full swing some of your favorite flora may be hard to find.
Meanwhile, some superintendents have warned that if too many students opt out, districts will lose state funding.
The New York state budget agreement struck Monday did not include a minimum wage hike or property tax relief, but it did include a new tax cut for luxury yachts.
Living with the loss of an arm or a leg is hard enough, and now amputees have begun a fight for insurance coverage in New York state.
The battle lines are drawn as the Catholic church says it will fight efforts to legalize doctor-assisted suicide.
Patients and doctors in support of the lawsuit are asking the court to declare patients facing the end of life have a right under the state Constitution to make autonomous decisions about their bodies.
Motorists who pull into gas stations likely don’t notice the fire suppression systems embedded in overhead canopies, but for decades, New York state has required them. But the state’s Code Council could soon lift the requirement.
Thirteen more businesses have agreed to expand or locate in tax-free zones at colleges and universities around New York state while committing to bringing new jobs, state officials said Monday.
The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation is cutting the cost of its 3-year Empire Passport to $130 on Monday.
Drivers with E-ZPass can get a discount on tolls, but it’s not as easy as one might think.
As the Tri-State Area sank into wintry conditions, Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday announced that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has activated its winter operations plan.
The locations range from Jones Beach on Long Island to Niagara Falls at the western edge of the state and Lake George in the Adirondacks.
Beginning Saturday, new drivers who are caught using a cell phone without a hands-free device could face a 120-day license suspension.
Thousands of middle-class families around New York state will soon receive a $350 check from the state government.