on Friday, 28 June 2013.
We continue with Congressman Richard Hanna, who discusses the recent announcement that there will be no round of base closures scheduled in Washington.
Tomorrow, Mr. Hanna discusses issues to be debated in Washington.
We continue with Dr. Manoj Vora, who discusses the differences between his successful trip to Everest & his 2010 attempt.
Tomorrow, Dr. Vora discusses the process to climb Mount Everest.
The North Country continued to have some of the highest unemployment rates in New York in May, according to the state Labor Department. For the second month in a row, Lewis County had the state's second highest jobless rate - 9.3 percent. St. Lawrence County had the fourth highest rate at 9.2 percent, while Jefferson County rounded out the top five with 9 percent.
There is some good news in the unemployment numbers. Oneida County’s Unemployment rate is at 7.7%, a three tenths of a percent lower than last year while the rate in Herkimer County Stood at 7.5%. The jobless numbers did drop across the North Country between April and May.
Lewis County saw its rate decrease by more than 1 percent and Jefferson County's unemployment rate dropped by .6 percent.
on Thursday, 27 June 2013.
The Oneida County Sheriff's Department has called off the second day of searching for the boater that went missing on Delta Lake Tuesday night. The boat of 62-year-old Arthur Carney, known as "Kevin" by friends, was found washed ashore just Tuesday evening by a person living on the lake.
Boats, jet skis and a dive team were dispatched early Wednesday to continue looking for the Rome resident. The Oneida County Sheriff's Department is investigating with the help of the Delta Lake and Westernville Fire Departments. Officials believe the weather may have contributed to his disappearance.
They're asking anyone who may have seen him operating the 20-foot black pontoon boat or anyone with information to contact the Oneida County Sheriff's Office at 736-0141.
A 39 year old Greig man was arrested yesterday for allegedly punching his neighbor’s mailbox. Raymond L. Moser Junior was charged with criminal mischief in the fourth degree for causing damage to the mailbox. He was issued appearance tickets and will answer the charges in the Town of Greig Court at a later date.
Today, Congressman Richard Hanna discusses sequestration.
Tomorrow, Mr. Hanna has more on sequestration.
We continue with Dr. Manoj Vora, who discusses the qualifications to climb Mount Everest.
Tomorrow, Dr. Vora discusses the differences between his successful trip to Everest & his 2010 attempt.
State tax collections through May rose 25.8% from collections during this same period last year. State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli reported that the $12.6 billion in collections was primarily due to non-recurring estimated Personal Income Tax payments made in April. Personal Income Tax collections grew 33.3% through May 31, compared to the same period last year. However, more than 87% of this growth is due to estimated tax collections from April, primarily driven by federal tax increases in January. DiNapoli adds that this level of growth is not likely to continue. The General Fund closing balance of $3.7 billion at the end of May was $287.9 million higher than Enacted Budget projections. This reflects $448.9 million in higher than anticipated receipts offset by $161 million in higher than anticipated spending.
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