A New Yorker's death last week should not go unremarked. Sherwood Boehlert, a former congressman from the Utica area, died Monday in New Hartf…
More than 144,300 Western New Yorkers have contracted Covid-19 since March 2020 and 2,622 have died of it.
If there is a silver lining to this pandemic, it may be that it increased Americans’ appreciation of their parks. They remained one of the few spaces people felt free – even while masked.
"I know you don't want to hear this and, trust me, I don't want to say it: there are 89 shopping days until Christmas," writes the Discount Diva.
The Covid-19 pandemic has further complicated the battle against zombie properties and the fight to preserve homeownership. As families strug…
Heroes to zeros. At first, the front-line workers were praised for working through the pandemic. Front-line workers we were called upon to wor…
Recent vaccination orders will broaden an already noticeable chasm between vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals.
"The need for these rules are evident to anyone paying attention," writes The News' Editorial Board.
An art exhibit has opened on the National Mall, featuring more than 660,000 white flags to mark the scale of the coronavirus pandemic in the U…
The vaccine squeamish recoil from the word “mandate,” but every parent knows that public health laws require a series of inoculations for students.
"What possible reason could there be to keep out Canadians who are vaccinated and willing to prove they aren’t infected?" writes The News' Editorial Board.
"New Yorkers are lucky to live in a state whose leaders are trying to follow the science rather than seeking political advantage," writes The News' Editorial Board.
Can you get the Covid-19 booster shot and flu shot at the same time? Veuer’s Elizabeth Keatinge has more.
Mike Patton is struggling with his mental health amid the COVID-19 pandemic and has taken the difficult decision to cancel his upcoming shows with Faith No More and Mr. Bungle.
After over a year and a half of lockdowns, face coverings and now mask mandates, the American notion of freedom has been challenged as we know it, but not for the first time. During the Revolutionary War, the country’s troops were falling not at the hands of the British, but from deadly smallpox. A look at what the Foundering Fathers did in the past and what they would think of today's pandemic and how they would handle its spread.
"The community owes Katie and Dan Hamister its thanks. Their willingness to tell their story may help others to understand the dangerous game they are playing," writes The News' Editorial Board.
Charles Wolf, who spent part of his childhood in Buffalo, has been a leader for 9/11 victims' families. He passes along some of the lessons he learned in the wake of the tragedy, which claimed the life of his wife, Katherine.