Joe Angelino announces bid for State Assembly

first_imgAngelino is a combat veteran who served in the Middle East during the 1990s and early 2000s. He also served as the Norwich Chief of Police and fire chief. The announcement follows current Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch’s (R-Bainbridge) decision to not seek reelection. (WBNG) — Joe Angelino announced his bid for New York State Assembly in the 122nd District for the 2020 election. Angelino is running as a republican.center_img The candidate says he will fight for “Upstate values” and “common sense” in a press release sent to 12 News. “New York State government is moving in the wrong direction. Andrew Cuomo and the Downstate liberal politicians are pushing a hard left agenda that helps criminals while ignoring crime victims, raises taxes, exports our jobs and young people, and infringes on our rights,” he said.last_img read more

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Binghamton University president addresses virus-related issues at national panel

first_imgVESTAL (WBNG) — Binghamton University President Harvey Stenger joined a nationwide panel on coronavirus in higher education Wednesday. “One thing that we added though is that only the students could go into the residence hall, no one else, no parents, which was probably the biggest complaint we got all summer was that mom and dad couldn’t go in to see the son or daughter’s room and help them set it up but we kept to that,” President Stenger said. The president says six students lost their housing privileges after their parents entered the dorms. He added no student has been suspended or expelled for breaking COVID restrictions. Each student who lives on campus was tested before they could move in. President Stenger said the university went above and beyond to avoid any potential outbreaks. He tackled a variety of issues from continued testing to technology access. last_img read more

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