Fayetteville Manlius

4:05pm

Wed May 29, 2013
Business

Stickley Furniture owed $2 million over lack of tariff enforcement

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) wants better enforcement of furniture dumping on Chinese manufacturers.
Ryan Delaney WRVO

Long time central New York furniture maker Stickley says it is owed a couple million dollars from the federal government in uncollected tariff fees on international competition.

The company alleges Chinese furniture makers are partaking in a practice called "dumping" -- flooding the market with cheaper products sold at a loss – which drives out competition.

A tariff on Chinese furniture was enacted in 2005. During that time, Stickely earned about $8 million from the fees collected on Chinese products sold in the U.S.

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12:50pm

Mon May 27, 2013
Regional Coverage

Memorial Day is "a day to remember" those who served

Marek Pierce, 7-years-old, and her grandfather Will Pierce watch the Fayetteville Memorial Day parade.
Ryan Delaney WRVO

Thousands of central New Yorkers lined streets to watch parades, visited memorials and waved American flags today to commemorate Memorial Day.

It's a day to remember those who served in the military and made the ultimate sacrifice.

Here are a few of the sights and sounds from the Memorial Day parade this morning in Fayetteville, N.Y.

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9:27am

Mon December 24, 2012
Arts

Area teenager's voice takes him to New York City

Alex Ottaviano

Fans of the Great American Song Book -- music first made popular by singers like Frank Sinatra, Mel Torme, and Ella Fitzgerald -- can thank singer Michael Feinstein for keeping the flame alive. His nightclub in New York City is a mecca for enthusiasts. Now, a local teen singing phenom is getting into the act. Sixteen-year-old Nick Ziobro from Fayetteville is currently the opening act for Feinstein's holiday show.

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7:00am

Wed May 9, 2012
-School Budget Series

School Budget Series: Suburban schools prepare for difficult times

We’re less than a week away. On Tuesday, New Yorkers will flock to the polls to vote on their respective school budgets. Tuesday will be the first time budgets will be voted on since New York state adopted the property tax cap that limits the amount districts can levy taxes to their constituents.

The cap is putting pressure on schools in the suburbs of Syracuse, but pressure is not new – it’s part of a growing trend in budget problems for public schools.

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