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Join the Parade to Say Thank You to Medical Professionals in CNY
A parade of vehicles is being planned to say 'thank you' to medical professionals, and you can be a part of it.
New York State Cancels Spring Break for All Public Schools
In spite of the fact that all New York State public schools are closed through April 14th, the state has cancelled spring break, requiring schools to provide instruction through any scheduled break.
Whitesboro Teachers Send Moving Message of Encouragement to Students
The teachers at one Whitesboro elementary school have put together a heartwarming video for their students to let them know how much they're missed.
Signs of Gratitude and Hope Spring Up in Central New York Village
In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, signs thanking essential workers are sprouting up all over Clinton.
How You Can Help Two CNY Businesses Keep Food Pantries Stocked
While many of us have stocked cupboards, many of our neighbors may not. Two Central New York businesses are stepping up to help.
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.
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.
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.
CNY Photographer Organizing Daily Virtual Scavenger Hunt for Kids
A Central New York photographer has a great way to keep your kids occupied - a virtual scavenger hunt.
President Trump Deploying National Guard to New York, 2 Other States
President Trump has announced he is deploying the National Guard to New York, California, and Washington.
New York State Education Department Cancels Some State Assessments
The New York State Education Department has cancelled all elementary and intermediate-level state assessments.