Powered by Dark Sky
°
___
______
  • Low Temp. ___°
  • High Temp. ___°
___
______
January 16th 2021, Saturday
°
   ___
  • TEMPERATURE
    ° | °
  • HUMIDITY
    %
  • WIND
    MPH
  • CLOUDINESS
    %
  • SUNRISE
  • SUNSET
  • SUN 17
    ° | °
    Cloudiness
    %
    Humidity
    %
  • MON 18
    ° | °
    Cloudiness
    %
    Humidity
    %
  • TUE 19
    ° | °
    Cloudiness
    %
    Humidity
    %
  • WED 20
    ° | °
    Cloudiness
    %
    Humidity
    %
  • THU 21
    ° | °
    Cloudiness
    %
    Humidity
    %
  • FRI 22
    ° | °
    Cloudiness
    %
    Humidity
    %
SUBSCRIBE TODAY: Save 40% OFF the newsstand price PLUS get online access FREE!
State & Nation
January 16, 2021
Cuomo pitches rapid testing to open restaurants, theaters

By Marina VilleneuveAssociated Press ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday he wants to start opening restaurants, theaters and offices by launching rapid testing sites in New York City and eventually at hundreds of new sites in other city centers throughout the state. An individual could theoretically get tested and in 15 […]

January 9, 2021
Media captures unprecedented storming of U.S. Capitol

By David BauderAP Media Writer NEW YORK (AP) The storming of the U.S. Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump played out on television in searing fashion Wednesday, with stunning pictures of guns drawn in the House of Representatives and hand-to-hand combat with police. The scenes of bedlam and fear at the center of national […]

January 2, 2021
NY passes law to limit evictions, closures in pandemic

By Lauran NeergaardAP Medical Writer ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) New York will freeze evictions and certain foreclosures for two months under a new law that the state’s governor signed Monday. Renters who are facing pending evictions - or who face evictions in the next 30 days - will be protected from eviction for at least 60 […]

December 26, 2020
Virus-killing robots move from hospitals to public spaces

By David FischerAssociated Press MIAMI (AP)  It might not be as cool as the endoskeleton from “The Terminator” or as amiable as Rosie from “The Jetsons,” but a Florida airport is getting its own robot designed to kill COVID-19 and other pathogens. The machine began this month patrolling Key West International Airport after hours, emitting […]

December 19, 2020
Health officials track safety as COVID-19 vaccines roll out

By Lauran NeergaardAP Medical Writer As COVID-19 vaccinations roll out to more and more people, health authorities are keeping close watch for any unexpected side effects. On Tuesday, a health worker in Alaska suffered a severe allergic reaction after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. She is in the hospital for another night under observation while […]

December 12, 2020
US jobless claims jump to 853,000 amid resurgence of virus

By Christopher RugaberAssociated Press WASHINGTON (AP) The number of people applying for unemployment aid jumped last week to 853,000, the most since September, evidence that companies are cutting more jobs as new virus cases spiral higher. The Labor Department said Thursday that the number of applications increased from 716,000 the previous week. Before the coronavirus […]

December 5, 2020
Nursing homes to get first round of vaccine in New York

By Marina VilleneuveAssociated Press ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) New York plans to prioritize nursing home residents and staff members when it begins distributing the first doses of a vaccine for the coronavirus, hopefully this month, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday. The state expects to receive 170,000 doses of Pfizer’s vaccine by Dec. 15, if the pharmaceutical […]

November 28, 2020
Keep the mask: A vaccine won’t end the US crisis right away

By Candice ChoiAssociated Press NEW YORK (AP)  Don’t even think of putting the mask away anytime soon. Despite the expected arrival of COVID-19 vaccines in just a few weeks, it could take several months – probably well into 2021 – before things get back to something close to normal in the U.S. and Americans can […]

November 21, 2020
‘Tired to the bone’: Hospitals overwhelmed with virus cases

By Paul J. Weber And Sarah RankinAssociated Press Overwhelmed hospitals are converting chapels, cafeterias, waiting rooms, hallways, even a parking garage into patient treatment areas. Staff members are desperately calling around to other medical centers in search of open beds. Fatigue and frustration are setting in among front-line workers. Conditions inside the nation's hospitals are […]

November 14, 2020
Biden moves forward without help from Trump's intel team

By Deb RiechmannAssociated Press WASHINGTON (AP)  The presidential race was hovering in limbo in 2000 when outgoing President Bill Clinton decided to let then-Gov. George W. Bush read the ultra-secret daily brief of the nation’s most sensitive intelligence. Clinton was a Democrat and his vice president, Al Gore, was running against Republican Bush. Gore had […]

1 2 3 29

Local Weather

Recent Obituaries

Nicoletta, Donetta C.

CLYDE: Donetta Concetta Nicoletta, 99, died on January 14, 2020 at Geneva General Hospital. A private family service was held at St. John’ s Cemetery in Clyde, New York. Donetta was born on February 20 1921 in Clyde, NY the daughter of the late Louis and Mabel Cornell Petrosino. She married Jame Nicoletta on April […]

Read More
Bissell-Young, Julian Gerald

WILLIAMSON:  Our little angel was called back home to his Lord and Savior on January 11, 2021 before his anticipated birth. Julian was received into heaven under the loving protection of his great grandparents: Andrew and Delores Mitrano and Ruth I. Bissell; uncle: Drew Harrington. Julian is survived by his loving parents: H. Joseph Bissell-Young […]

Read More
twitter-squarefacebook-square