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Tag Archives: upstate New York

Lawmakers want rules to fight problem gambling

ALBANY — State regulators say they are taking steps to combat problem gambling at casinos now being built in upstate New York. The New York State Gaming Commission on Monday proposed rules aimed at the newly licensed facilities being developed ...

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Upstate struggles as more people leave than move in

ALBANY — Melissa Grothues and John Steele bailed from Buffalo last year. Dissatisfied with their bank jobs, the 25-year-old college graduates sold the house in suburban Amherst, posted ads for possessions on Craigslist and drove cross country to San Diego ...

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Report: Upstate getting older faster than US

ALBANY — New York is growing old faster than the rest of the nation but is becoming a bit better educated, according to a study released Thursday. Meanwhile, the young have continued to flock to New York City — for ...

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Grant helps refugees, immigrants assimilate

Depending on worldwide circumstances and government regulations, the United States receives approximately 75,000 refugees a year as war, genocide, trauma and oppressive conditions force people to flee to a safer environment. Over 3,000 of them settle in upstate New York.

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Krispy Kreme leaves Upstate

Flaum Management Co. Inc., a Rochester-based real estate company, has brokered the sale of the former Krispy Kreme at 1150 Jefferson Road in Henrietta. The 4,428 square-foot building was purchased ...

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Auditors want look into National Grid costs

SYRACUSE — State auditors want an investigation into whether upstate New York customers of National Grid are paying an unfair share of the British utility’s corporate costs in the Northeast region.

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