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Asteria String Quartet performs 'First Viennese Valentine's' in special recital Feb. 3 at Dibble Center

Asteria String Quartet presents "First Viennese Valentine's" with music from the First Viennese School -- Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven -- on Saturday Feb. 3 at the Dibble Family Center in Batavia. The chamber recital starts at 7 p.m. Beforehand, starting at 6 p.m., the quartet will serenade you as yo

THE BATAVIAN - 2018-01-16 19:10:38

GCC director of safety presents crime statistics

BATAVIA - Genesee Community College's director of campus safety last week called the 2016 crime statistics at GCC's campuses "mundane," but said they give an accurate picture of safety at the college. Director of Campus Safety Stephen Wise gave his annual report to the Board of Trustees Jan. 8 and p

THE DAILY NEWS ONLINE - 2018-01-16 13:15:00

CNY Inspirations: The "Kings"

This feature is coordinated by The Post-Standard/Syracuse.com and InterFaith Works of CNY. Follow this theme and author posted Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The Rev. Kate Lufkin DayInterFaith Works of Central New York So about those three kings who saw a star and came from afar, they weren't kings.

SYRACUSE.COM - 2018-01-16 11:00:00

What would you do with $1.5M? CNY man buys waterfalls, donates them to be parks

MANLIUS, NY - For years, Manlius resident Harold Jones admired the staggering beauty of the two-tiered waterfalls at Delphi Falls in Madison County. When Jones saw the 60-acre property off Cardner Road - which includes the waterfalls, land and a home on the property - were for sale, he was instantly

SYRACUSE.COM - 2018-01-16 19:26:14

Seneca Savings Jazz Fest Set for Sunday January 28

Syracuse NY - CNY Jazz Central's annual winter jazz festival, The Seneca Savings January JAZZfest, will again be held at Mohegan Manor, Baldwinsville's historic, multi-story event center, on Sunday January 28th from 1:00 to 9:00 pm. This year's national guest artist is Ron Wilkins, New York City voc

SYRACUSE.COM - 2018-01-16 19:00:47

Cuomo proposes windfall profit fee on NY health insurers

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plan to deal with a $4.4 billion state budget deficit includes a new windfall profit fee on health insurance companies in New York. In his fiscal 2019 budget address today, Cuomo outlined a plan to impose a 14 percent surcharge on the underwriting gains of private health insurers

SYRACUSE.COM - 2018-01-16 18:50:47

Republican running for NY governor wants recreational marijuana to fund projects

Republican gubernatorial candidate Joel Giambra wants to legalize recreational marijuana use in New York and use the revenue to fund transportation improvements. Giambra, former Erie County executive, would dedicate all tax revenue generated by the move to transportation projects, according to the

SYRACUSE.COM - 2018-01-16 18:27:00

NY state task force: Cutting plastic bag use could mean fees, stricter laws, ban

Syracuse, N.Y. -- A state task force has issued eight possible solutions to the problems caused by the 23 billion plastic bags used in each in New York state. After 10 months of study, the state's Plastic Bag Task Force has offered a range of recommendations, including stronger enforcement of curren

SYRACUSE.COM - 2018-01-16 17:31:49

Clarksburg fire destroys home, kills pet

CLAKRSBURG - Fire destroyed a home in Clarksburg early this morning. It happened around 2:15 Tuesday morning in a home on South 5th Street. The Clarksburg Fire Department says the home's residents were home at the time, and escaped safely, but that a dog in the home died in the fire. The fire depart

WBOY - 2018-01-16 09:03:18

Red Hat Happy Hatters Gather for January Meeting

Submitted photo The Red Hat Happy Hatters group meets for lunch Thursday at the Steer Steakhouse in Elkins. They took Red Hat vows, played games and enjoyed the afternoon of friendship. Submitted photo The Red Hat Happy Hatters group meets for lunch Thursday at the Steer Steakhouse in Elkins. They

THEINTERMOUNTAIN.COM - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

Project Life Change starting new session

Submitted photo The Davis & Elkins College Sport Science Department is ready to jump start the new year with the spring session of Project Life Change. Getting a start out of the blocks at Myles Ahead Track in The McDonnell Center are, from left, Sport Science Instructor Amanda Larkin, Department Ch

THEINTERMOUNTAIN.COM - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Town hall forum is set for Tuesday

ELKINS - The latest in a series of town hall meetings will be offered this week to discuss distressed properties and allow members of the community to share their concerns with elected officials. The meeting, which will take place at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Caboose Room of the Elkins Depot Welcome

THEINTERMOUNTAIN.COM - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

Club members learn more about Rotary Foundation

Elkins Rotary Club board member Pat Schoonover said The Rotary Foundation allows Rotary groups across the country to assist in projects globally. "This is not really a top secret, but The Rotary Foundation is the part of Rotary that allows us to do all the things we do throughout the world," she sai

THEINTERMOUNTAIN.COM - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Clarksburg SParkies are training for Spartan race in April

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. - Trial by Fire Fitness in Clarksburg is home to the SParkies Spartan fitness team. Spartan Instructor Jennifer Braizer trains a blended group of individuals, some of which have Parkinson's disease. Braizer is working with climbing ropes, monkey bars, tires, resistance bands, and


Man, 37, charged in August beating death of 54-year-old Fairmont resident

CLARKSBURG - A 37-year-old has been indicted on a murder charge in Taylor County, accused in an alleged beating death last summer. Bobby Lee White was indicted under seal Jan. 8 by Taylor County grand jurors, according to Taylor Prosecutor John Bord. Bord presented the case first to grand jurors ins

WVNEWS.COM - 2018-01-16 17:45:00

Tuscaloosa ready for cold, ice from winter storm

Tuscaloosa city officials are on stand-by and positioned to respond to any icy road conditions that Tuesday's weather is expected to bring. But Mayor Walt Maddox said the best thing residents can do is stay inside, pay attention to the changing weather conditions and travel only if necessary. "My be

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2018-01-16 17:26:51

Young and old take part in Unity Day march in Tuscaloosa

A year ago, Erik Johnson made the decision to take his three children to the Women's March in Washington, D.C. For Johnson, an assistant professor of economics at the University of Alabama, the choice to bring his children, ranging from 3 to 8 years old, was a deliberate one. "I don't want my kids t

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2018-01-16 02:12:48

Hundreds march in the MLK Unity March in Tuscaloosa

Tusaloosa Martin Luther King Jr. Unity march TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WIAT)-Hundreds of people marched on the streets of Tuscaloosa Monday morning to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Junior. The annual march started at noon at Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary school. The marchers walked severa

WIAT TV - 2018-01-16 04:31:31

West Alabama neighborhoods shaken up by mysterious 'boom'

A loud boom was heard over much of west Alabama on January 15, 2017 (abc3340.com) People living in neighborhoods from Cottondale to Vance took to social media when they heard a powerful 'boom' that literally shook their homes overnight. Gary Youngblood Jr. and his family have lived in Coaling near t

ABC 33/40 NEWS - 2018-01-15 21:19:19

String of suicides shakes retirement home that welcomed adults with mental illness

Larry Pledger left a boot print on the nightstand before he jumped from his ninth-floor bedroom at Mount Royal Towers in September. The 61-year-old resident lived with a roommate in an apartment at the complex designed for seniors perched behind Brookwood Medical Center in the Birmingham suburbs. Mo

AL.COM - 2018-01-16 13:00:14