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DANSVILLE – The E. Michael Saunders Medical Imaging department began seeing patients Friday at Noyes Memorial Hospital, 111 Clara Barton St.

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The State University of New York, which announced days ago an effort to vaccinate college students against he COVID-19 virus, said Tuesday it is immediately pausing – “out of an abundance of caution,” said SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras – use of the Johnson & Johnson one-shot vaccine.

In an effort to keep village residents abreast of what his department is doing, Geneseo Police Chief Eric Osganian will occasionally provide a list of calls his officers recently responded to. Village officers responded to the following calls from April 5 to 11. The report does not reflect a…

ALBANY — Now that it’s approved, activists are pushing the state to quickly open a program for up to 1.2 million New Yorkers behind on housing payments due to the pandemic to apply for $2.4 billion in federal rent relief in the state Legislature’s 2021-22 budget and meet congressional spendi…

GENESEO – LIVES student Kailin Footer had been interning in Sarah Wilcox’s first-grade classroom at Geneseo Elementary School for several months when Marcy Wolcott, a LIVES teaching assistant, approached them with the idea of having Footer and her fellow LIVES students compose and illustrate…

HARRISBURG, Pa – The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) will conduct the 2021 Maple Syrup Survey for the Northeast Region. The survey will collect information from approximately 1,600 Northeastern producers.

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The legalization of marijuana will pose new opportunities for New York farmers, but some are questioning how a new state management board slated to set thresholds and make decisions to impact the cannabis-growing industry and local agriculture.

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The state’s next allocation of doses of Johnson & Johnson’s coronavirus vaccine will reflect a decrease of nearly 90% after reported issues at the manufacturing plant, which could slow down vaccination rates as supply was starting to pick up.

New York broadband providers are slow to react and to the details of a new state program requiring mid-sized and large companies to provide internet service for low-income families for $15 per month.

LE ROY — Over the past year, Le Roy has lost many beloved community members.

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ROCHESTER — You may be out on a spring day when you start experiencing symptoms that could be mean COVID-19 or simply allergies.

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GENESEO – A SUNY Geneseo student who has clashed with the college and fellow students in recent weeks over comments he made on Instagram has retained counsel from a conservative legal aid association and is considering taking legal action against the college.

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CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that tax return filings were needed for both tiers of benefits. Tax return filing are only required for the top tier of benefits. The story has been corrected to reflect the correct information.

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The total number of positive cases of the COVID-19 virus grew by 41 across the four-county GLOW region on Wednesday, surpassing 250.

ALBANY — Senators and assemblymembers persisted with hours of debate about taxing the rich, requiring nursing homes to spend 70% of revenue on patient care and other budget policies Tuesday with the intent of passing the 2021-22 state spending plan six days late.

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BATH – The Steuben County Public Health Department has converted the Civil Defense Training Center at 7220 State Route 54 into a weekday COVID-19 vaccination clinic location.

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The state has said that starting today, those as young as 16 are eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer and those 18 or older may make appointments to get the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.