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State & Nation
July 25, 2020
Flashpoints emerge as lawmakers negotiate new virus aid

By Andrew Taylor Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) Bipartisan Capitol Hill talks have only just begun on a sweeping renewal of coronavirus legislation, but areas of likely agreement - and flashpoints of discord - are becoming apparent as the package starts to take shape. The Democratic House passed a whopping $3.5 trillion coronavirus response bill more […]

July 18, 2020
Trump reins in major environmental law to speed big projects

By Aamer Madhani And Kevin Freking Associated Press ATLANTA (AP) President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that he is rolling back a foundational Nixon-era environmental law that he says stifles infrastructure projects, but that is credited with keeping big construction projects from fouling up the environment and ensuring there is public input on major projects. “Together […]

July 11, 2020
Exhausted cities face another challenge: a surge in violence

By Tom Hays and Colleen Long Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) Still reeling from the coronavirus pandemic and street protests over the police killing of George Floyd, exhausted cities around the nation are facing yet another challenge: a surge in shootings that has left dozens dead, including young children. The spike defies easy explanation, experts […]

July 4, 2020
Little evidence that protests spread coronavirus in U.S.

NEW YORK (AP) There is little evidence that the protests that erupted after George Floyd’s death caused a significant increase in U.S. coronavirus infections, according to public health experts. If the protests had driven an explosion in cases, experts say, the jumps would have started to become apparent within two weeks - and perhaps as […]

June 27, 2020
US consumer spending up 8.2%, partly erasing record plunge

by MARTIN CRUTSINGER AP Economics Writer WASHINGTON (AP) American consumers increased their spending by a sharp 8.2% in May, partly erasing record plunges the previous two months, against the backdrop of an economy that's likely shrinking by its steepest pace on record this quarter. Last month’s rebound in consumer spending followed spending drops of 6.6% […]

June 20, 2020
Retirements spark scramble for open House seats in New York

By KAREN MATTHEWS and MARINA VILLENEUVE Associated Press NEW YORK (AP)  To the consternation of many Democrats, the front-runner in a crowded congressional primary in one of the bluest districts in New York City, if not the country, is a Pentecostal minister who opposes abortion rights, likes Donald Trump and has a long history of […]

June 13, 2020
Wait to reopen? Some NYC shops run out of patience

By JAKE SEINER and KATHY WILLENS Associated Press NEW YORK (AP)  In a city famous for its lack of patience, some businesses have jumped ahead on what's supposed to be a slow and methodical emergence from coronavirus lockdown. Stores in parts of the New York City have already started to allow customers inside to shop, […]

June 6, 2020
Cuomo: Protesters have 'civic duty' to get virus tested

By MARINA VILLENEUVE and MICHAEL HILL ALBANY, N.Y. (AP)  The thousands of people protesting the death of George Floyd have a "civic duty'' to be tested for the coronavirus and help New York avoid a spike in new cases as it slowly restarts its economy, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday. There's widespread concern that people […]

May 23, 2020
Cuomo: Summer school in New York state will be online

By KAREN MATTHEWS, MARINA VILLENEUVE and MICHAEL HILL NEW YORK (AP)  Summer school students will not be reporting to the classroom. New York City will deliver 1 million meals a day to fight hunger during the outbreak. State labor officials hit with a flood of unemployment applications say they're working through the backlog. Coronavirus developments […]

May 16, 2020
'It's impossible': NY nursing homes fret about testing order

By JENNIFER PELTZ and JIM MUSTIAN Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) _ As calls grow nationwide for mandatory coronavirus testing in nursing homes, New York facilities are sounding alarms about the state's ambitious new demand to test roughly 185,000 workers twice a week. Administrators worry there won't be enough kits for an estimated 370,000 tests […]

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Deming, Geraldine Kathleen (Wood)

MACEDON: Gerry was born in East Rochester, NY on 6/16/1927 and she passed away peacefully on 9/25/2020. She was predeceased by her husband, Gerald Deming; mother and father, Frank and Kathleen Wood; mother and father in law, Jasper and Laura Deming; son, Christopher Deming; sister and brother in law, Gladys and Jack Holton I; brother […]

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Cole, Theodore “Ike” W.

SODUS: Age 59 passed away unexpectedly in a motorcycle accident Friday, September 25th 2020 along with his longtime companion, Kim Chavous. He was predeceased by his daughter, Crystal Fremouw and sister, Brenda Middleton. He is survived by his son, Kyle (Angela); grandchildren, Chase & Abigayle Fremouw, Kya & Ella Cole; parents, Theodore & Mary Cole; […]

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