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New York teams to give away tickets to fans who get vaccinated at their ballparks May 06, 2021 NEW YORK — New York’s Major League Baseball teams, the Yankees and the Mets, will give free tickets to fans who get vaccinated for the coronavirus at their ballparks before the games, Governor Andrew Cuomo said on […]
From the New York Times: Republicans and Democrats are increasingly alienated from each other, rhetorically and geographically. How did we end up with such a segregated political landscape? Visit the link and give your… This content was originally published here.
Former New York Jets player dies in a fishing accident May 02, 2021 A former player for the New York Jets died in an accident during a fishing tournament in Texas on Thursday, according to tournament officials and the Texas parks and Wildlife Department. Pete Lammons, 77, played six seasons for the Jets, including in […]
The ambulance crews that service much of rural America have run out of money and volunteers, a crisis exacerbated by the demands of the pandemic and a neglected, patchwork 911 system. The situation is particularly acute in Wyoming, where nearly half of the population lives in territory so empty it is still considered the frontier. […]
This Piece Originally Appeared in www.politico.com Twenty-dollar bills are counted. | AP Photo/Elise Amendola Top New Jersey law firm cutting back political donations to avoid pay-to-play obligations By SAM SUTTON 04/30/2021 05:00 AM EDT Updated 04/30/2021 11:14 AM EDT 2021-04-30T11:14-0400 A powerful New Jersey law firm has sharply curtailed its political contributions in an effort […]
This Piece Originally Appeared in 13wham.com Monroe County, NY (WHAM) – New York will soon have one less seat in the House of Representatives. A loss that could have been avoided if only a few dozen more people had been counted according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Despite nationwide campaigns urging New Yorkers to fill […]
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