Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
Home (page 6)

Tag Archives: New York State

New York receives federal jobs grant

New York state is receiving a $6.4 million federal grant, the largest award in the nation, to implement job training programs throughout the state. “Rebuilding our state’s economy starts with creating jobs in all corners of New York state and ...

Read More »

State launches new internship program

New York state Monday launched a new one-stop website that allows students to view and apply for internship opportunities across an array of state agencies.   The website is part of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s New New York Leaders Initiative ...

Read More »

Lawyers focus on same-sex spouses

New York now recognizes same-sex marriages, but once all the rice has been thrown, the last photo taken and the cake cut, newlyweds are waking up to realize the rights they’re entitled to aren’t nearly as cut and dried as ...

Read More »

State investing in charging stations

The city of Rochester plans to install 24 charging stations around the city as part of a statewide program.   Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Wednesday that $4.4 million has been awarded to 10 companies, municipalities and other entities to ...

Read More »

More than 10K jobs at 11 job fairs

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Tuesday announced that the state will host 11 job fairs across the state during June as part of National Job Fair month.   The job fairs are a part of the Governor’s NY Works program to ...

Read More »

NY investigates home insurance kickbacks

The state is looking into what appears to be a far-ranging web of kickbacks in a growing part of the home insurance industry, affecting hundreds of thousands of homeowners, increasing foreclosures and hurting real estate investors. The New York State ...

Read More »