Street Fighter 5 Ver. 202205 patch notes released with nerfs to Luke

It feels like Street Fighter 5 just received its big Definitive Update re-balancing the game’s entire cast, but it appears as though they aren’t done tinkering with the characters yet. Capcom just released a new update for Street Fighter 5 introducing more balance changes to the game including some nerfs to Luke. Although this latest … Read more

Northwest Georgia school board candidates discuss new education laws, campaigns

At the end of April, Gov. Brian Kemp signed new education bills into law, but among North Georgia candidates for school board races, opinions are mixed on the effect the legislation will have. Commenting that he wanted to keep “woke politics” out of the classroom and off the ball field, Kemp signed legislation including a … Read more

Investigation finds over 80 beagle puppies tested for drugs at Posey County lab | News

Disgusting. That’s how Tri-State native Zack Risley describes results from a pharmaceutical lab in Mount Vernon. On April 21, the Humane Society of the United States revealed the results of a seven-month secret investigation at Inotiv, an animal testing laboratory, where thousands of animals are tested for drug toxicity daily. From August 2021 to March … Read more

Parks faces maintenance staff deficit going into summer

Last summer, the city’s parks were flush with maintenance crews as New Yorkers streamed into green spaces after a long pandemic winter. The parks department was able to hire about 3,500 workers, their salaries paid with a one-time injection of federal COVID-19 relief funds, to pick up litter and protect greenery amid another spring awakening … Read more

Busy summer of elections ahead for New York

Summer can often be a quiet period for New York politics. That won’t be the case in 2022. Between scheduled elections, a confusing ongoing legal battle over redistricting and congressional vacancies, there will be many consequential political contests filling the summer months. The latest wrench thrown was US Rep. Tom Reed’s sudden resignation from Congress … Read more

How abortion laws could change in New York

Democratic elected officials in New York have signaled they will take action to enhance the state’s current abortion laws after the release of a draft ruling at the US Supreme Court that could lead to the overturning of Roe v. Wade. If the court does rule and issue the opinion that became public this week, … Read more

Ogdensburg Housing Authority develops insurance coverage as fire repairs progress at Riverview Towers | St. Lawrence County

OGDENSBURG – The Ogdensburg Housing Authority is working with its insurance company to define the full scope of work that needs to be done to reopen the Riverview Towers. The building, 232 Washington St., has been closed since a fire on March 8. OHA executive director Cheryl A. Douglass said there have been discussions with … Read more

Reedy Creek holds first meeting since law to dissolve it

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — The Reedy Creek Improvement District’s Board of Supervisors held its first public meeting since Gov. Ron DeSantis signed the law to dissolve Walt Disney World’s ability to self-govern. What You Need To Know Reedy Creek’s Board of Supervisors holds its first meeting since a bill to dissolve the district was … Read more

Ogdensburg Housing Authority develops insurance coverage as fire repairs progress at Riverview Towers | Top stories

OGDENSBURG – The Ogdensburg Housing Authority is working with its insurance company to define the full scope of work that needs to be done to reopen the Riverview Towers. The building, 232 Washington St., has been closed since a fire on March 8. OHA executive director Cheryl A. Douglass said there have been discussions with … Read more

Insurance coverage for undocumented New Yorkers requested

Expanding health insurance coverage to undocumented New Yorkers has won support from a broad coalition of political pundits, business lobbyists and immigrant rights advocates as state lawmakers are debating whether to include it in the state budget due next week. The issue of extending health insurance to undocumented people in the state has gone largely … Read more