Oswego, New York – Excellus BlueCross BlueShield has released the findings of a survey that show most Upstate New Yorkers support generic medicines.
WRVO's Jasmyn Belcher spoke with Excellus Vice President and Chief Pharmacy Officer...Joel Owerbach about the report and what might be preventing some consumers from achieving the maximum savings on their prescription drug costs.
Cazenovia NY – New York's Legislature leaders both support moving the state's Presidential Primary from March to February. U-S Senator and Democratic Presidential contender Hillary Rodham Clinton could be well-positioned for the rest of the race for the White House. So says Presidential Scholar Robert Greene of Cazenova College. He spoke to WRVO's Chris Ulanowski.
Oswego,New York – GROUPS OPPOSSED TO CONSTRUCTION OF A HIGH VOLTAGE POWERLINE FROM THE UTICA AREA TO THE NEW YORK CITY SUBURBS HAVE REFUTED CLAIMS BY NEW YORK REGIONAL INTERCONNECT THAT THE POWERLINE WOULD SPURR GREEN ENERGY PRODUCTION ALONG THE PROPOSED ROUTE. WRVO'S RICHARD ANNAL HAS MORE
Syracuse, NY – Dale Sweetland made it official today. The Chairman of the Onondaga County Legislature announced that he's a candidate for Onondaga County Executive. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke to the Republican.
Oswego, New York – New York Regional Interconnect officials say the proposed high-voltage transmission line that would run through Central New York could spur the growth of wind farms across the state. WRVO's Jasmyn Belcher reports...
Oswego, NY – SUNY Oswego's highly creative and ambitious theater piece, "Lost in a Viral Paradise" will soon make its stage debut. As part of our series on this effort, WRVO's Mark Lavonier spoke with visitin artistic director from the Squonk Opera, Steve O'Hearn to find out more about the upcoming show.
Oswego, New York – A Former N-F-L player plans to meet with Governor Eliot Spitzer on Friday.
WRVO's Jasmyn Belcher spoke with the former Atlanta Falcons football player...attorney and best selling author...Republican Tim Green...about rumors that he is being asked to switch parties and run as a Democrat in 2008 against Senator John Defrancisco of Syracuse.
Utica, NY – New York's newest member of Congress, 24th District Representative Michael Arcuri is speaking out against President Bush's troop surge in Iraq. The House democrat spoke to WRVO's Chris Ulanowski.
Oswego, New York – Health Officials say the Human Papilloma Virus also known as H-P-V is a sexually transmitted disease that causes 70-percent of cervical cancers.
Recently the H-P-V vaccination has been made mandatory for schoolgirls in Texas. More than a dozen other states are considering similar legislation including New York. WRVO's Jasmyn Belcher spoke with New York Democratic Assemblywoman Amy Paulin of Westchester County. She says the vaccine should be available.
Oswego, New York – Artic lake effect snow squalls that have hammered Oswego County for over a week are easing their grip on the area. WRVO's Richard Annal spoke with some city of Oswego residents about how they weathered the storm
Oswego, NY – Students at the State University College at Oswego are continuing their creative journey toward producing an original, abstract theater production called, "Lost in a Viral Paradise". In recent months we've heard from some of the members of the group who are being assisted by creative visionaries from the Squonk Opera, based in Pennsylvania. WRVO's Mark Lavonier met with the lead composer of the play, and delivers this latest installment.
Oswego, NY – Education advocates are pleased with Governor Spitzer's approach to education. Some are calling it "historic" and others say it sets New York in the right direction. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski spoke to New York State United Teachers President Richard Iannuzzi and State School Boards Association President Tim Kremer about the governor's plan.