Wave Farm Archive : Site-wide Organizational Archive Search
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Mobile sports betting begins Saturday in New York news
Jan 07, 2022
Sarah Taddeo reports in the Democrat and Chronicle that mobile sports betting in New York begins Jan. 8. The New York State Gaming Commission announced Jan. 6 that Caesars Sportsbook, DraftKings, FanD...
Cuomo advisor Azzopardi announces launch of PR firm news
Jan 11, 2022
Nick Reisman is reporting for State of Politics Rich Azzopardi, a longtime spokesperson and advisor to former Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, announced January 10, the formal launch of his new public relations...
Unemployment rate falls locally news
Jan 26, 2022
Rick Karlin reports in the Times Union that the unemployment rate in December in the Capital Region was less than half of what it was in 2020. The 2.5 percent unemployment rate that the state Departme...
Joy running again to take on Tonko news
Feb 14, 2022
Maury Thompson reports in The Post-Star that Liz Lemery Joy is once again running for the Republican nomination to challenge incumbent Democrat Paul Tonko in the 20th Congressional District, which inc...
Amedure to take on Hinchey in rematch news
Mar 09, 2022
Andrea Macko reports for Porcupine Soup that Richard Amedure, a Republican from Rensselaerville, will challenge Democrat state Senator Michelle Hinchey to a rematch in November. Hinchey beat Amedure...
Federal report proposes changes to Albany, and Dutchess County VA facilities news
Mar 20, 2022
Justin Dawes is reporting for the Albany Business Review a federal report released last week by the Veterans Administration included a number of proposed changes for veterans health-care services in t...
Audio Feature: WGXC Congressional Report news
Mar 21, 2022
Here is this week's WGXC Congressional Report, tracking the votes, statements, positions, and campaigns of the representatives and candidates for the 19th and 20th Congressional seats in New York. Cur...
First opioid settlement payments coming to local counties news
Apr 21, 2022
John Crople is reporting for The Daily Gazette the state Attorney General’s Office April 19, announced the first round of funding for Capital Region counties to assist in combating opioid abuse. The l...
Five more Greene County deaths from COVID-19 news
May 02, 2022
Andrea Macko reports for Porcupine Soup that five Greene County residents died last week from COVID-19. Greene County officials did not release the ages, known comorbidities, and vaccination status of...
Radio News: FCC to allow easier antenna design news
May 17, 2022
Radio World reports that at its May 19 meeting the Federal Communications Commission is set to allow FM broadcasters to use computer modeling software for their directional antennas. Currently, FM rad...
Smythe, Apple, Ashby running for 43rd District Senate seat news
May 19, 2022
Steve Hughes reports in the Times Union that Democrats Andrea Smyth and Craig Apple, and Republican Jake Ashby plan to run for the new New York State Senate District 43 seat this year. The new distric...
Delgado sworn in as lieutenant governor news
May 26, 2022
Luke Parsnow is reporting for Spectrum News the Antonio Delgado was sworn in as lieutenant governor on May 25, becoming Gov. Kathy Hochul’s second in command and the state’s third lieutenant governor...
Greene County legislators not offering gas tax break for consumers news
Jun 02, 2022
Liz Montgomery reports for Porcupine Soup that the Republicans in control of the Greene County Legislature are not giving consumers back their share of the gasoline tax like the state of New York and...
COVID-19 levels on the decline throughout New York news
Jun 13, 2022
Luke Parsnow is reporting for New York State of Politics COVID-19 community levels in New York state continue to decline from a post-omicron springtime spike, leaving only seven of the state's 62 coun...
Audio Feature: Hudson Valley Congressional Report news
May 29, 2022
Here is this week's Hudson Valley Congressional Report from WGXC, tracking the votes, statements, positions, and campaigns of the representatives of the Hudson Valley in Congress and the candidates wh...