Counties in the News, November 22, 2017

Wednesady's news from counties across the state.


Smart Procurement for Smart Cities


NY State of Health Partners With Food Pantries Statewide

New city, state campaigns warn against opioids

Will 'Buy American' drive wedge between New York and Canada?


Amid Crisis, Toronto Transit Chief Is Named to Run New York Subway


Nassau Community College off probation, regains full accreditation

Hundreds of LI Haitian immigrants to lose protected status

More residents find work as jobless rate is flat at 4.1%

HUDSON VALLEY                                                    

DEC and Assemblywoman Gunther Announce $50,000 to Study Livingston Manor Flooding

Unemployment rates largely unchanged in Mid-Hudson and Catskills

Ulster County trash agency will use NY state grant to expand composting program

New solar array at former town of Ulster landfill will help Ulster County cuts its power costs

County Executive's Corner: Lights off at the Sain Building


Cashless tolls: Thruway Authority defends system despite flood of complaints

Capital Region had state's lowest jobless rate in October

Schenectady County Community College joins SUNY system in offering in-state tuition to students from Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands

More work is needed to avoid Hudson River 'limbo'

Homeless code blue winter alert issued

NORTH COUNTRY                                 

St. Lawrence County unemployment rate remains unchanged for October compared to last year

Franklin County unemployment rate dips in October


Oneida County Clerks office gives back

County budget approved; under tax cap

State to pay salaries, non-capital costs for construction of Utica facility


New building to address space issues

Broome County Toys for Tots Gets Ready for Christmas

Broome County Health Department Shares Food Safety Tips Ahead Of Thanksgiving


Cayuga County unemployment rate, job count both decrease

Outgoing County Administrator recognized

High-speed internet on its way to some rural Cayuga County towns

Onondaga County lawmakers to vote on raising age for buying tobacco to 21

NYSEG approved to move ahead with alternative to pipeline in Tompkins

A.G. Schneiderman Announces Settlement With Oswego County To Ensure Health Insurance Coverage For Transgender Employees

Onondaga Lake mystery: Why doesn't it get toxic algae blooms?


Public Hearing on New Local Law Regarding County Salaries

Waste to energy plant proposed for former depot

New service available for drug crisis

Lt. Gov. Hochul is enthused about Yates County

New app allows for online shopping trip planning

Proposed 2018 Wyoming County budget will remain under cap

Sheriff's Office K9 to receive protective vests

No service changes, some enhancements in $161.5M Livingston County budget

More than a jail problem: Study looks at Yates County Jail


The state 2017 property tax rebate coming soon

Cattaraugus County lawmakers approve $230.2 million 2018 budget

Funding supports Depew's Clean Water Project

Public hearing reviews county budget priorities