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Help Brighten the Birthday of a Rome Man Celebrating his 95th in Virus Isolation
A Rome man is turning 95 years old, and while the coronavirus means he won't get to see family, you can send cards so he knows he's not alone.
Governor Cuomo Extends Stay Home Order Until April 15
Governor Cuomo extended the order for non-essential workers to stay home until April 15th.
Think Christmas: Adirondack Scenic Railroad Polar Express Tickets on Sale
Think Christmas thoughts. Tickets for the Adirondack Scenic Railroad's Polar Express go on sale April 1.
Doctor Gives Tips on How to Safely Clean Your Groceries
We've all been scrubbing surfaces, washing our hands, and social distancing in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus. You have to eat, but it's likely that can of soup you just bought has been touched by several people before you brought it home - how do you make sure it's clean…
Central New York Mom Spreads Hope with Family ‘Cheer Mobile’
A single mom of three in Central New York is spreading joy with a minivan and some paint.
Generosity of Mystery Worker at Utica Walmart Helps Customer in Need
A mystery employee at a Central New York Walmart went above and beyond to help a customer in need.
Coffee, Lattes, Donuts, and Free Toilet Paper at a CNY Donut Shop
A Central New York donut shop is thanking customers with a free roll of toilet paper with their order.
Chalk It Up to Central New York Positivity to Make Things Brighter
Instead of hopscotch and four corners, Central New Yorkers are using chalk to brighten their neighborhoods during the coronavirus crisis.
‘Rainbows Over Sherrill’ Brightens Whole City Amid Coronavirus Worries
The City of Sherrill isn't letting the coronavirus pandemic bring them down - instead they're brightening their homes with rainbows.
Central New York Police Department Cancels Crime Due to Virus
A Central New York police department is keeping their sense of humor. They say crime is cancelled due to the coronavirus.
Need a Job? Dollar General is Hiring Thousands, Including in Central New York
Dollar General and other business are hiring as the coronovirus crisis increases demand.
Central New York Contractor Donates N95 Masks to Medical Professionals
A Central New York contractor donated his company's stock of N95 masks and other personal protective gear to medical professionals.