SALAMANCA — Kohl Ambuske, Liam Long and Dylan Wheeler, who recently completed six days at Boys State, held at the State University of New York in Morrisville, reported to the Hughes-Skiba Post 535 of the American Legion for a small recognition ceremony.
SALAMANCA — Rep. Tom Reed says his push for funding for the City of Salamanca has proven successful after New York state said the city will receive $4.7 million of the payments owed.
SALAMANCA — The Seneca Nation of Indians recently welcomed several members of the New York State Legislature to the Allegany Territory for a relationship-building meeting and discussion.
SALAMANCA — The Salamanca City Central School District was one of the 13,000 schools and universities recently hacked with a data breach to Pearson Education, district officials reported last week.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — Farm-to-table cuisine is coming to local school cafeterias this fall thanks to a new state grant.
As the tally of people sick with unexplained serious lung illnesses climbs, state officials are advising Montanans steer away from e-cigarettes while county health officials work to help providers spot any signs of the sickness.
BRAINERD — As the use of electronic-cigarettes continues to rise, Essentia Health and community partners are aggressively pushing back against the epidemic with a “Don’t Blow It” anti-vaping campaign.
E-cigarette users in Grand Island face up to a $500 fine if they use vapor products indoors or in public places under a new ban that went into effect this week.
The number of e-cigarette users, many of them teenagers, who have been stricken by a mysterious and acute lung illness has more than doubled around the country in just the last week. More than 450 people have been hospitalized with serious respiratory distress and six people have died. Public health officials still don't know what it is causing the ailment. That's the bad news. The silver ...
Public officials in Ohio say no amount of money will restore the cities that have been upended by the opioid crisis. Local police and fire chiefs say it's taken an immeasurable toll on the wellbeing of first responders on the front lines. (Sept. 12)