Oswego, NY – Some Central New Yorkers are opting for a more enhanced Presidential Inauguration experience.
The Upstate travel organization, AAA has offered a guided bus tour through Washington, D.C. to its members and non-members who want to witness the historical Inauguration of President-Elect, Barack Obama. About 30 Central New Yorkers plan to participate in the tour.
Oswego, NY – Owners of the ethanol plant outside Fulton say filing for bankruptcy is a step toward recovery, and a local lawmaker says assisting in that effort would be beneficial for the state' economy.
Utica, NY – ( note: Three of five P-S-C staff members are recommending that the full commission reject NYRI's proposed project. The staffers say the proposed route is not environmentally compatible. Also, a NYRI official did not return a WRVO phone call seeking comment on the latest development. )
Syracuse, NY – The downturn in the economy is causing financial problems for Onondaga County. It's facing a projected budget deficit near 11-million dollars. The county's chief fiscal officer, Jim Rowley, spoke to WRVO's Chris Ulanowski about the money problem.