This week, check out hometown guy Joe Driscoll and Rosanne Cash
The New York State Fair kicks off this weekend with a series of big names from Brad Paisley to Barenaked Ladies.
Ode to Julia class at Woodman's Wednesday
Need a gift, and tired of giving restaurant gift cards? A new idea for a Girls' Night Out or Date Night? How about a cooking class at Woodman's of Essex? This Wednesday, the restaurant's award-winning chef Ned Grieg is doing "An Ode to Julia."
Christmas in July? Why several inches of hail coated Geneva today
While residents were surprised to see it, a hail storm like this one is pretty common, said National Weather Service meteorologist Kat Hawley.
Colleges change assault investigation policies
Under the federal Clery Act, colleges and universities receiving federal funding must prepare, publish and distribute, by Oct. 1 of each year, campus security policies and crime statistics for the previous three calendar years.
One in 25 New Yorkers is a millionaire, says analysis of locals
One in 25 New Yorkers is a millionaire, according to an analysis performed by the consulting firm WealthInsight and Spear's, a magazine that caters to the "ultra high net worth community."
Indigenous Peoples Can't be a Deleteda from Development Goals
GENEVA / NEW YORK- The new United Nations sustainable development goals must not be a step backwards for indigenous peoples, a group of UN experts* on indigenous peoples has warned today.
Wine Business Online
Rooster Hill Takes Double Gold in NY State Fair Event
PENN YAN, NY Rooster Hill Vineyards' 2013 Traminette won a Double Gold Medal in this year's New York State Fair commercial wine competition.
Shire deal will save AbbVie on US taxes
Geneva / New York - Abbvie will be the largest US company to move its legal address abroad to lower its taxes following its $54.8 billion deal with Shire, which comes as US legislators seek ways to curb the transactions.