Here’s how national park reservations have changed since the pandemic

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National parks have been a respite for United States travelers this year. As dozens of international borders remain closed and as cases continue to skyrocket, road trips and outdoor destinations have been the name of the game.


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Community group sues Jersey City over controversial Bergen-Lafayette development

A community group has sued Jersey City and the city planning board, alleging that plans for a controversial high-rise in the city’s Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood violate both New Jersey law and the terms of a neighborhood development plan.

The Morris Canal Redevelopment Area Community Development Corporation and its executive director, June Jones, filed the suit Monday to halt the development of the Morris Canal Manor, a planned 17-story development at 417

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Virus may reduce total Super Bowl bets, but online to surge

Here’s one more thing the coronavirus pandemic has ruined for at least some people: betting on the Super Bowl

The American Gaming Association, the

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Winter storm continues to bring snow; plus, will there be a NYS Fair this summer? (Good Morning CNY for Feb. 2)

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High: 29; Low: 23. Breezy, with several more inches of snow possible.

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West Genesee  starts practice. Hockey is one of three sports along with wrestling and basketball to start practices and tryouts after getting the ok from Onondaga County. The sports were on pause because of the coronavirus. Dennis Nett |

West Genesee start practice at the Shove Recreation Center. Hockey is one of three sports along with wrestling and basketball to start practices and tryouts after getting the ok from Onondaga County.

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Appointments required as Saginaw County offices reopen to public during coronavirus pandemic

SAGINAW, MI – Saginaw County’s administrative offices re-opened to the public in a limited capacity as of Monday, Feb. 1 on an appointment-only basis.

The county released a statement stating that it believes it can return to in-person transactions by appointment only while maintaining a safe environment for its residents and employees. Saginaw County Health Department Health Officer Christina Harrington reported a decline in daily COVID-19 positive cases and increased

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CFloyd Stamper | Obituaries |

FLOYD DONALD STAMPER, of East Bank, passed away on January 29, 2021 surrounded by his loving family after a courageous battle with Amyloidosis.

He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Beverly Yates Stamper; daughter, Melissa Stamper Burgess (Jason) of Clayton, North Carolina, Natalie Stamper of South Euclid, Ohio; beloved grandchildren, Shelby and Seth Burgess of Clayton, North Carolina; mother, Louise Stamper of Chelyan; sister, Sandy Stevens (Clark) of

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Camp Wewa in Apopka could be forced to close

The City of Apopka is trying to save the beloved Camp Wewa. According to the YMCA of Central Florida that runs the camp, the COVID-19 pandemic took a toll on the camp’s finances and have forced the nonprofit to look into selling it. Apopka Mayor Bryan Nelson said the YMCA contacted the city three weeks ago that a developer is interested in buying the property to build houses. But the … Read More