“We will complement our award-winning breaking news reporting with more ‘boots-on-the-ground’ news gathering and storytelling. We will produce more community-based content, including weather and news updates specific to Buffalo from our local multimedia journalists, who all will be assigned to cover regions and beats. We will utilize our editorial support team to provide research, feedback and logistical assistance to ensure reporting is fact-based, objective and of the highest quality. Jacques, a native New Yorker, and Edwards, who previously anchored the evening news law, society and business (“lsb”) (2018) in Rochester, deliver a balanced mix of local news and headlines with hyper-relevant stories weeknights beginning at 5 p.m. On “Your Evening on Spectrum News 1.” Meteorologist Carrie Cheevers delivers area-specific weather forecasts, and sports anchor Mark Larson provides coverage of local high school and college sports. According to sources, midday news anchor John Borsa, evening news anchor Casey Bortnick, weekend sports anchor Greg Vorse and weekend news anchor Jeannie McBride are among those who have been told their jobs are being eliminated by the end of December.

Skating, tobogganing, dogsledding, snowmobiling, ice fishing, ice boating and other cold weather activities are also popular. Central New York is a beautiful, friendly and very affordable place to live. Summer and winter, there are ample outdoor recreational options at our numerous nearby county and state parks. Downhill and cross-country skiing, ice skating, swimming, boating and hiking opportunities are all within a 30 minute drive of the medical center. The small but trendy downtown Armory Square district offers shops, restaurants, and upscale housing.

According to sources, the job eliminations came as a surprise here, especially since a new newsroom is being built in downtown Buffalo. Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente delivered his State of the County Address on Wednesday in Turning Stone Resort Casino. • Stay up to date with the biggest events in your community and beyond.

Sometimes you need a little teamwork with the heavier stuff,” Dobri said. “Them being able to go online, sign up for an appointment and show up at their designated time has definitely helped control the traffic for sure,” Bove said. Hundreds of people at SUNY Oswego threw out their old electronics in the first recycling event since the start of the pandemic. The cafe features only an original menu with many healthy options including some vegan selections. Some of the higher profile personnel at Spectrum News in Buffalo were able to stay in different roles in different cities after the realignment of the 24-hour news operation was announced late last year.

The company employs over 95,000 employees across the country, according to its website. The reorganization will not impact locations outside of New York state, Huff said. Alan Pergament has had a variety of roles at The News since 1970, including as a news and sports reporter.

• Read, watch and listen to curated news stories by our Spectrum News journalists and local partner publications. Long hours with little time to have a social life outside of work. Central New York is a haven for enthusiasts of winter as well as summer sports. Downhill and cross-country ski areas are within easy driving distance.

Spectrum News has experienced great success with this approach in other major markets across the U.S. Spectrum News 1 Central New York is an American cable news television channel owned by Charter Communications, as an affiliate of its Spectrum News slate of regional news channels. The channel provides 24-hour rolling news coverage focused primarily on central portions of upstate New York. The channel is based in downtown Syracuse, New York out of the former New York Central Railroad Passenger and Freight Station building along Interstate 690.

On May 25, 2005, Time Warner Cable announced that it would eliminate 30 staff positions from the channel in a cost-saving consolidation of its three regional news channels at the time in upstate New York. News 10 Now’s technical production and master control operations were merged with Albany-based sister channel Capital News 9. Each of the channels retained their respective newsgathering crews, producers, facilities and news management. An Emmy Award-winning reporter, Guaderrama recently joined Spectrum Networks from FOX35 in Orlando, where he served as an anchor and reporter for the station. It was the 11th regional news channel that was launched by Time Warner Cable. The cable provider invested a large amount of financial capital to launch the channel, including an investment of nearly $6 million to restore the former New York Central Railroad Passenger and Freight Station to serve as its base of operations.