Known for its innovation and history for being the biggest flour supplier in the country, Rochester has boomed into a great city with attractions for all ages.
Have you ever wondered what a game lover's wonderland would look like? The Strong features 150,000 square feet of exhibits dedicated to board games, dolls, and other toys.
– Students and faculty gathered Monday to hear about the professional journalism experiences of Oswego State alumnus Quindell Williams (‘11) in the Marano Campus Center Auditorium.
SUNY Oswego Financial Aid Director Mark Humbert says the hard part for students who receive the scholarship will […] by Stefanie Sciolaro OSWEGO, NY- – On April 8th, Governor Cuomo announced that all public 2 and 4 year universities in the state of New York will offer a tuition free scholarship.Not to be overlooked, the Rochester Museum and Science Center is home to a climbing wall, zap lasers, and a catapult, and it even gives kids the chance to build their own robots.Meanwhile, older museum visitors are sure to enjoy a trip to the George Eastman Museum, the world's oldest museum of photography.A group of activists protested outside SED today, calling for the June 22 hearing on Buffalo School Board Carl Paladino’s fate to be held in the Queen City, not Albany. At noon, members of the Stop The Cuomo Tax campaign protest what they describe as the governor’s “Trump-like nuclear bailout plan,” 633 3rd Ave., Manhattan.Sue Sullivan, a strategic planning consultant from Ulster County, has officially filed paperwork to run in next year’s 19th district race, making her the fifth Democrat to officially file to challenge Rep. “The Five” co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle won’t be taking White House spokesman Sean Spicer’s job as Fox News said she’s still under a long term contract. At p.m., LG Kathy Hochul highlights Cuomo’s infrastructure investments at the New York Building Congress’ Leadership Awards Luncheon, Hilton Midtown, 1335 6th Ave., Manhattan.C., led by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, are set to release a report that contends cities can limit their involvement with immigration enforcement efforts without flouting federal law. At a.m., criminal justice reform advocates and public defenders for #Fair Fares announce a series of speak-outs across NYC in support of Fair Fares, ahead of the final NYC Council Transportation Committee budget hearing, outside City Hall R subway stop, Manhattan.Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner vetoed legislative efforts to change her budget, just her third budget veto since taking office more than seven years ago. President Donald Trump heads to Groton, CT this morning, where he will give remarks at the United States Coast Guard Academy Commencement Ceremony. At a.m., workers announce and lobby for a new law that will provide family-sustaining wages, benefits and training opportunities to sub-contracted airport, bus and train station workers, Meeting Room #1, Empire State Plaza Convention Center, Albany. Join host Gary Bredow as he travels around the country interviewing over 26 small business owners to hear their personal stories and find out what it really takes to start a successful business from the ground up.From the bustle and excitement of one of the world’s largest cities, to the quiet towns, villages, and seasonal foliage of upstate New York to the beaches of Long Island, New York has something for everyone.“The House of Representatives has a duty that it can take up and that is of impeachment.” The Senate Judiciary Committee requested any memos or recordings from Trump’s meetings with Comey, and also invited Comey himself to testify. Joe Lieberman, who was AL Gore’s VP running mate in the infamous 2000 election, is officially in the running to be the next FBI director, the White House revealed. NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio has a 60-34 percent job approval rating, his highest score ever, according to a new Q poll.Trump struck a defensive tone while delivering the commencement address to the U. Coast Guard Academy’s Class of 2017, saying: “Look at the way I’ve been treated lately, especially by the media. The de Blasio administration is scrambling to enlist influential elected officials – like Brooklyn BP Eric Adams – to marshal support for the mayor’s plan to open 90 homeless shelters across New York City.