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Vineyard Opens in Verona

Verona

Vineyard Opens in Verona

It's an addition to Oneida County that's the first of its kind, and owners hope it will spark the economy. Villa Verona Vineyard opened its winery and tasting room a few weeks ago. Alana LaFlore explains why the glass looks half full for the new business. Updated 12/28/2014 06:24 PM

Slow Start to Snowmobile Season is Hurting Business

New York

Slow Start to Snowmobile Season is Hurting Business

During the holiday season, thousands of people typically head to the Tug Hill region to go snowmobiling. However, this season, Mother Nature hasn't provided the snow for people to do so. Elizabeth Jeneault has more on how the lull is impacting business. Updated 12/28/2014 05:31 PM

Governor Cuomo Backing Southern Tier for Casino License

Tioga County

Governor Cuomo Backing Southern Tier for Casino License

There's new support for the Southern Tier in its quest for the state's last remaining casino license. Governor Andrew Cuomo reached out to the State Gaming Commission to ask that it consider a location in the region for the fourth license. Time Warner Cable News reporter Sarah Blazonis talked to the owner of Tioga Downs and elected officials about what this could mean. Updated 12/28/2014 05:28 PM

Holiday Season Pushes Many to 'Hit the Gym'

Regional

Holiday Season Pushes Many to 'Hit the Gym'

Christmas is over and New Years is fast approaching. Both can be a time of food, drinks, and celebration. But Matt Jarchow explains why for many, it's also a time to hit the gym. 12/27/2014 05:54 PM

Non-Profit Concerned Over Oil Shipments on North Country Waterways

Jefferson County

Non-Profit Concerned Over Oil Shipments on North Country Waterways

As the production of oil and other volatile products continues to increase in Canada, environmentalists are growing concerned about current and future shipping methods. Elizabeth Jeneault shares why a North Country non-profit is worried. 12/27/2014 05:02 PM

Cornell Grad Gets FDA-Nod for Pain Relieving Device

New York State

Cornell Grad Gets FDA-Nod for Pain Relieving Device

If you have chronic pain, you've probably tried at least a handful of medications, maybe some injections, heat and ice, but the pain never really goes away. But now, there is a new, non-invasive device looking to help pain patients out. Katie Gibas reports. Updated 12/27/2014 12:25 PM

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