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Vermont grants $600,000 to communities for recreation, human services and economic development projects

Vermont grants $600,000 to communities for recreation, human services and economic development projects

MONTPELIER, Vt. (NEWS10) — Gov. Phil Scott and the Department of Buildings and General Services (BGS) announced the recipients of this year’s Building Communities Grants for Facilities. These grants will fund $600,000 in construction and capital improvements for 68 projects across Vermont.“Throughout the pandemic, Vermonters have relied on their communities more than ever as they try to get through these difficult times,” said Gov. Scott. “I initiated this Community Grants program 15 years ago when I served in the Senate, so I’m very pleased the State continues to be able to provide this...

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Dec 10
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What’s in the Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines?

What’s in the Pfizer and Moderna COVID vaccines?

ALBANY, N.Y. () — The relative quickness of their development, manufacture, and distribution has some people worried about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines. That and reported cases of severe side effects may make people reluctant to get vaccinated.It’s also the first time a vaccine has been used to vaccinate millions in the U.S. and billions worldwide using messenger RNA (ribonucleic acid).“There is not as much (ingredients) in these as traditional vaccines. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be concerned with safety but there is less to be concerned about, per se,” said Associate Professor of...

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Greene County, Columbia County leaders call out NYS prison system claiming mishandled COVID cases

Greene County, Columbia County leaders call out NYS prison system claiming mishandled COVID cases

CAPITAL REGION, N.Y. () — Greene County Administrator Shaun Groden says he shared some choice words in a call with NYS Tuesday. Groden says he thinks the state dropped the ball when it comes to COVID cases in prisons. His perfect example — a positive staff member at reportedly spread COVID-19 to their spouse .“This is our worst fear, we brought this up with the control group a month ago, and now bang, it’s happened,” Groden says in a phone call with .As NEWS10 reported, a massive outbreak came to light October 13 and there are still 86 infected inmates and an unknown number of staff at the...

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Oct 20
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Thruway Authority provides update on cashless tolling in NYS

Thruway Authority provides update on cashless tolling in NYS

 ALBANY, N.Y. () — While no specific date has been announced for the rollout of cashless tolling in New York, the state’s Thruway Authority still plans on doing it some time .“There’s a lot of work that still continues. We’re in the midst of testing each and every one of those sites specifically, as well as the system as a whole,” said NYS Thruway Authority Executive Director Matthew Driscoll.Driscoll says 70 gantries have been installed at .“On those gantries are a series of equipment, cameras, laser beams, treadles embedded in the road. All of those have a separate function in terms of...

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Nov 9
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Santa Claus is immune to COVID-19, says Dr. Fauci

Santa Claus is immune to COVID-19, says Dr. Fauci

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (/AP) — While we’ve all got things on our mind this holiday season, one thing we don’t need to worry about is Santa Claus coming to town. He’ll be spreading joy, not the virus, says the top U.S. infectious disease expert.According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, the big man in red is actually immune to COVID-19.“Santa is exempt from this because Santa, of all the good qualities, has a lot of good innate immunity,”.With Santa’s advanced age and excess weight from all those cookies, it makes sense that kids might worry he’s at high risk. But rest assured, boys and girls, Santa’s magic...

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Nov 21
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New York laws taking effect in 2021

New York laws taking effect in 2021

ALBANY, N.Y. () — It’s been a busy year for lawmakers dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Legislation was passed that prevents evictions, provides testing, treatment, and vaccination against COVID-19.It may be easy to forget heading into the new year there are other laws that will be taking effect. Below is a recap of laws that will be taking effect beginning in 2021.On December 31, 2020, the state’s to $12.50 an hour outside of New York City. In Long Island and Westchester County, minimum wage increased to $14 an hour.Eligible employees will be eligible for 12 weeks of beginning January 1,...

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Sarah Darmanjian
Dec 31
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Cuomo: ‘If hospitals become overwhelmed, we will go back to shutdown’

Cuomo: ‘If hospitals become overwhelmed, we will go back to shutdown’

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New York enacts automatic voter registration

New York enacts automatic voter registration

ALBANY, N.Y. () — Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday announced that he has signed New York’s Automatic Voter Registration Act of 2020 (/) into law. According to the Office of the Governor, the electronic voter registration measures are meant to make it easier to get involved in the election process.The act requires state agencies to establish a modernized, straightforward voter registration system that helps reduce red tape. Cuomo has pushed for legislation like this in his addresses in 2019 and 2020.“The right to vote is one of, if not the most, sacred pillars of our democracy and for too long,...

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Dec 22
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Pfizer vs. Moderna COVID-19 vaccine: What's the difference?

Pfizer vs. Moderna COVID-19 vaccine: What's the difference?

ALBANY, N.Y. ()- After months of anticipation, the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. On December 17 the  version.Both vaccines are administered in two doses and have similar effective rates. After the second dose, Pfizer’s vaccine is 95% effective, Moderna’s 94.5% effective but there are many differences.The Pfizer vaccine is stored at temperatures between -112 to -76 degrees Fahrenheit, is distributed in a five dose vial, and must be diluted with .9% sodium chloride before being administered. The Moderna vaccine is stored at...

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Dec 15
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‘President Donald J. Trump Day’: Ohio lawmakers call for June 14 holiday

‘President Donald J. Trump Day’: Ohio lawmakers call for June 14 holiday

COLUMBUS, Ohio () — Two Ohio representatives are looking to declare June 14 as “President Donald J. Trump Day.”On Friday, Republican Reps. Jon Cross and Reggie Stoltzfus emailed their House colleagues asking for cosponsors for their upcoming bill “to celebrate one of the greatest presidents in American history,” the .“Let’s show the 3,154,834 Ohio voters who cast their ballot to re-elect Donald J. Trump that we as a legislature recognize the accomplishments of his administration,” the request said.The email request has been shared on social media by several journalists.They selected June 14...

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