Sunday Jul 27
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.
Six Aids delegates among those killed
GENEVA/NEW YORK - A prominent Aids researcher and five others headed to a medical meeting in Australia were confirmed killed in the crash of a Malaysia Airlines flight, and more who planned to attend the event may be among the dead.
WNYC-AM New York
Move Over Tokyo: The World's Priciest Cities Are In Angola and Chad
Ask someone to guess the world's two most expensive cities and it's a safe bet that the capitals of Chad and Angola - two of Africa's more impoverished nations - won't leap to mind.
Upstate New York student speaks publicly about on-campus rape; College president responds
The president of Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva has responded to an article by The New York Times published today in which a student there shares the story of how the college handled her report of a rape on campus.
MPN: Six bar, store employees charged with selling alcohol to minors in Ontario County
In preparation for the Fourth of July and graduation season, a sweep by local law enforcement of businesses selling alcohol was conducted July 2 in Ontario County.
Ontario County Fireworks 2014
Bring your family to the annual Independence Day carnival and fireworks display in Geneva , New York on Thursday, July 3, 2014.