Where Should Remaining COVID-19 Relief Fund Money Be Spent?

September 30, 2020

There is about $4 billion left over from the Coronavirus Relief Fund that Albany lawmakers have yet to spend. Assemblyman Harry Bronson, along with plenty of other state officials, are urging Governor Cuomo to give the surplus to struggling non-profit organizations. Local non-profits like the Open Door Mission have been able to stay afloat because […]

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TikTok Keeps Working Thanks To Federal Judge Injunction

September 28, 2020

A U.S. government order banning TikTok from app stores was temporarily stopped by a federal judge. The Trump administration put the ban in place to take affect Sunday, but Judge Carl Nichols of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia issued the ruling Sunday night, granting TikTok’s motion for a preliminary injunction. The […]

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Bitcoin Mining Company Expands In Rochester

September 23, 2020

A bitcoin mining company called Founder is planning on investing $100 million into a new operation in Rochester as it expands from New York. CEO Mike Colyer says that bitcoin is here to stay and the company wants to take advantage of the bright minds that gather in Rochester. “So Bitcoin mining is basically the […]

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College Basketball To Follow NBA Bubble For November Event

September 23, 2020

School is not entirely in session, but they’re trying to make sure basketball still is for college students. The success of the NBA Bubble could be duplicated for College Basketball. ESPN is planning to move at least eight of its men’s college basketball events to the ESPN Wide World of Sports property at Walt Disney […]

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Summer of 2020, 72% of Americans Did Not Take a Vacation

September 22, 2020

You will never forget the Stay-Cation Summer of 2020. 72% of Americans did not take a summer vacation this year. If you did leave town, it was by car. 71% opted for a road trip rather than flying. That’s according to Valuepenguin.com.  COVID-19 infections ran rampant across the country for much of the summer, some […]

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Henkel Adds Expansion To Factory In Geneva, Creating New Jobs In The Community

September 22, 2020

A new multi-million dollar production facility is coming to Geneva and creating new high tech jobs. Multinational chemical production company Henkel has announced a multi-million dollar expansion to their plant in Geneva, which will be brining in more dollars to the local economy that is still reeling from the devastation that COVID-19 has caused. Mike […]

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Governor Andrew Cuomo Extends The Commercial Eviction Moratorium

September 21, 2020

This coronavirus pandemic is choking the life out of small and large businesses to the point that it’s starting to effect commercial property. Governor Andrew Cuomo has extended the commercial eviction moratorium until October 20th. The order originally was set to expire on September 20th but the governor signed an executive order extending moratorium on […]

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Kodak Still Under Investigation By SEC According To Congress Members

September 20, 2020

Despite Kodak clearing its own name with an internal investigation, several members of Congress are saying that this has no effect on the federal investigation into whether or not the company violated any securities laws. The controversy began when Kodak announced that it would be making a massive pharmaceutical deal with the government. The deal […]

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Travis Scott $6 Meal Shortage at McDonald’s After A Week

September 17, 2020

Yesterday I was in a McDonald’s Drive Thru, when my teenage son in the backseat of the car said “Where Is The Travis Scott Meal?” Like any parent without any information, I responded “I don’t know!”. Well now I do.   According to USA Today, a week after the rapper and fast-food chain’s collaboration meal […]

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$300 Extra Unemployment Benefits To Come to New Yorkers

September 15, 2020

On Thursday people who rely on unemployment benefits to survive during the pandemic were hit by some good news and some bad news. The bad news is the Senate failed to reach an agreement on the Republican stimulus plan. The $650 billion relief bill included money for schools, small businesses and additional unemployment benefits. All […]

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