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2015/08/03 12:20
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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - A village in central New York made ransom payments of $300 and $500 last year to keep its computers running after two official-looking emails released malware throughout its...
2015/08/03 12:20
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2015/08/01 12:09
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Residents across Long Island whose wallets continue to be squeezed by electric rates higher than nearly anywhere else in the country didn’t need to read a 34-page audit to know that current costs are...
2015/07/31 18:15
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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) � New York auditors say an upstate village made ransom payments of $300 and $500 last year to keep its computers running after two official-looking emails released malware throughout...
2015/07/30 15:46
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The heads of three of the largest government pension funds in the United States called upon Poland today to make restitution to the owners and heirs of property confiscated by the Nazis during the...
2015/07/29 21:00
2015/07/29 21:00
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REPORTER FILE PHOTO | LIPA contractors running pipes to house electric cables down Shore Road to Crescent Beach in August 2013. The project was scrapped three months later. Residents across Long...
2015/07/29 18:58
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New York increased spending on schools by 5.6% in the five years starting in 2008. Local governments around the state started pulling out their hair earlier this month when state Comptroller Thomas...
2015/07/27 19:00
2015/07/27 19:00
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AMBROSE CLANCY PHOTO The Town Board will have less flexibility in raising taxes if a prediction by a state official comes true. Shelter Island officials aren’t taking too seriously a statement on the...
2015/07/27 02:45
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A group of special education providers says they're owed thousands of dollars for work they did more than a year ago, and they're blaming poor oversight of a New York State-run program. "They hired...
2015/07/25 13:08
2015/07/25 13:08
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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York's comptroller says state tax revenues of $8.1 billion in June were stronger than expected, raising collections for the quarter above budget projections. Total tax...
2015/07/25 11:10
2015/07/25 11:10
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2015/07/24 21:11
2015/07/24 21:11
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The New York state Comptroller's Office reports that the growth in local sales tax collections has slowed to 1.6 percent for the first half of this year. The report Friday says that's down from 3...
2015/07/24 19:09
2015/07/24 19:09
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After a lengthy effort to reduce costs for Long Island Power Authority customers, State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said that the utility has been ineffective after he discovered that costs have not...
2015/07/23 15:06
2015/07/23 15:06
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Nothing like elected officials using letter-writing to a weak agency and asking it to exceed its powers to hide the fact that they aren’t willing to do their jobs. And this shirking of duties is...
2015/07/23 03:30
2015/07/23 03:30
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A group of special education providers says they're owed thousands of dollars for work they did more than a year ago, and they're blaming poor oversight of a New York State-run program. "They hired...
2015/07/22 12:38
2015/07/22 12:38
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Taxpayers could be in line for some relief next tax season, but not before the South Fork’s towns, villages, fire districts and schools have to make some difficult decisions, most of which will likely...
2015/07/21 15:48
2015/07/21 15:48
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That includes all counties, towns and fire districts, as well as 44 cities and 10 villages whose fiscal year starts Jan. 1, according to the comptroller's office. "Local government officials need to...
2015/07/21 13:04
2015/07/21 13:04
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Retired Syracuse police Sgt. Tom Connellan, who now heads Rep. John Katko's Syracuse office, will receive an annual state pension 21 percent higher than originally estimated. In...
2015/07/16 21:08
2015/07/16 21:08
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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - In Albany, it pays to be in charge. At least that's what is suggested by campaign finance reports showing big jumps in political contributions to the two state lawmakers who took...
2015/07/13 15:48
2015/07/13 15:48
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Limiting a revenue stream without corresponding spending cuts is not sustainable in the long run, however, a fact driven home by two school district audits completed recently by Comptroller Thomas...
2015/07/09 14:49
2015/07/09 14:49
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The work involves repairs to pipes, walls and fences at Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora. The state hired Adirondack Mechanical Services to do the work. The office of Comptroller Thomas...
2015/08/03 12:20
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