Yanks Optimistic Judge, Paxton, Hicks, Stanton Healthy
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman is optimistic right fielder Aaron Judge, left-hander James Paxton, center fielder Aaron Hicks and designated hitter Giancarlo Stanton will be ready to play in the time for New York’s rescheduled opene
Oneidas To Employees: Avoid States With Rising Virus Cases
The Oneida Indian Nation says any of its nearly 5,000 employees who travel to certain states where COVID-19 cases are rising will have to go into quarantine for 14 days when they come home.
Syracuse Roman Catholic Diocese Seeks Bankruptcy Protection
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse has become the third of New York’s eight dioceses to file for bankruptcy protection.
New York Declares Juneteenth A Holiday For State Employees
New York's governor has signed an executive order recognizing Juneteenth as a holiday for state employees.
Deaths, Hospitalizations Down As More Of NY Primes To Reopen
Gov. Andrew Cuomo says New York recorded its lowest one-day coronavirus death toll and hospitalization total since the early days of the crisis in March.
NY Relaxes Testing Requirement For Nursing Home Staffers
New York is now allowing nursing homes in some parts of the state to test staffers for COVID-19 only once a week, down from a twice-a-week mandate that began last month.
NY Saw Little Progress Toward Renewable Energy Goals In 2019
A new report shows New York made little progress last year toward its goal of boosting renewable energy production.
New York Passes Bill To Unveil Police Discipline Records
New York lawmakers have passed a repeal of a decades-old law that has kept officers’ disciplinary records secret.
As Virus Ebbs, NY Loosens Restrictions On Houses Of Worship
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the state's recovery from the coronavirus pandemic is moving faster than expected, allowing him to loosen some restrictions on gatherings in houses of worship.
Cuomo Rings Opening Bell As NYSE Reopens After 2 Months
The trading floor of the New York Stock exchange has reopened for the first time in two months and the state legislature was set to reconvene as New York relaxed more restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.