Daniel J. Cassavaugh
‘Seinfeld’ Solutions — Breaking Up with a Friend
You’ve really enjoyed your time with your new friend — be it a bromance or the female equivalent. But you’ve learned that, really, you just can’t stand the sight of that person anymore, and it’s time to move on. “Seinfeld” has a solution for that.
Make Sure Your Kids are Vaccinated Before Going Back to School
With the end of summer vacation and the return to school, it is a good time for parents to make sure their children’s vaccines are current and up to date. Yet according to the agency of healthcare research and quality statistics, fewer than 70 percent of all children receive all the recommended vaccines.
New Yorkers Turning to DMV Website to Register to Vote
Nearly 3,500 New Yorkers have used the new Department of Motor Vehicles online voter registration website since the Aug. 16 initiative, which streamlines DMV services by allowing New Yorkers to apply to register to vote, or update their address or party enrollment.
Gillibrand, Hanna Want Greek Yogurt on School Lunch Menus
U.S. Senator Kirstin Gillibrand and Congressman Richard Hanna will be holding a press conference today at Chobani headquarters to announce their support for the re-classification of Greek yogurt under the USDA’s My Plate nutrition guidelines.
1862 Replica Schooner ‘Lois McClure’ Begins Six-Week Tour
A complete replica of an 1862 canal schooner entered the New York state canal system Wednesday in Oswego on a six-week tour of the 524-mile canal system.
Tioga County Judge Censured After Gun Fires in Chambers
A Tioga County judge has been censured for accidentally firing a gun in his chambers and for approving his own pistol permit.
Fracking Protesters Rally in Albany
Hundreds of hydraulic fracking opponents rallied outside the state capital Monday in what is likely to be the beginning of lots more demonstrations if Gov. Andrew Cuomo sanctions high volume drilling in New York.
New York’s Path Through History Aims to Boost Tourism
New York State’s new Path Through History was unveiled on Tuesday to support New York tourism and economic development.
Chestnut Street Car Accident Results in Drug Bust
Domenico Finkbiner, 18, of Sidney was arrested and charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance Monday, according to a report in The Daily Star.
Seward Visits Davenport to Discuss Flood Cleanup
Senator James Seward was at the Davenport town hall on Monday morning for a meeting to discuss what can be done to help with future flood prevention and mitigation. Senator Seward discussed some of the money that is available.