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ALBANY, NY- Every region’s infection rate here in New York is below the threshold necessary for schools to open, meaning kids will be going back to class this fall, the office of Governor Andrew Cuomo reports.

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Lewis County recorded no new positives Friday and with another recovery, the public health office claims 3 cases are active.

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ONEIDA COUNTY- A portion of State Route 12 was shut down for a while late Friday morning in the town of Trenton after a tractor trailer damaged a utility pole.

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LOWVILLE- A Lewis County employee from a local developmental disabilities residential facility is accused of pushing an elderly man, which resulted in reported injuries that sent him to a local hospital.

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Town of Harrisburg- Police say a Thursday night traffic stop in the town of Harrisburg resulted in a DWI arrest for a Lowville man.

Speed Week 2020

If you have a heavy foot on the accelerator, you might want to consider easing off a little extra these next few days ahead as New York law enforcement will conduct their annual statewide Speed Awareness Campaign through next Wednesday, August 12.

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WATERTOWN- More than 50 participants took part in this years eighth annual 'Shootin' Traps for Trips' fundraiser for the Volunteer Transportation Center.

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ROME- New York lawmakers are calling on state authorities to provide guidance that would allow the re-opening of bowling alleys and related entertainment venues.

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