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Updated at 5:34 PM

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Chattanooga entered the NCAA tournament with the nation’s third-longest winning streak of 25 games.Next season, Lady Mocs coach Jim Foster wants his team to come in with more toughness.Chattanooga had chances to capitalize on Syracuse’s poor shooting and an injury to its leading scoring, but lost 59-53 to the sixth-seeded Orange in Saturday’s first-round NCAA tournament game.

Updated at 5:21 PM

FRANKFORT — While it was all fun and games at Frankfort-Schuyler Elementary School on Thursday afternoon, it was to recognize the hard work of fundraising done by its students.

Updated at 4:55 PM

HERKIMER — The Herkimer County Legislature passed a local law at last Wednesday’s meeting to allow the county to make purchases based on best value. The action followed a public hearing at which no one spoke.

Updated at 4:44 PM

NEW HARTFORD — The Hospice and Palliative Care Development Council announced tickets are on sale for the 27th annual Epicurean Delight.

Updated at 4:40 PM

HERKIMER — Herkimer County high school students scheduled to graduate in June are eligible to apply for the Valley Health Services Scholarship.

Updated at 4:37 PM

UTICA — The Independence Party of New York State has endorsed Congressman Richard Hanna in his re-election bid for the 22nd Congressional District, state Chairman Frank MacKay announced.

Updated at 4:29 PM

SALISBURY — Forty-three customers were recently surveyed at The Country Store in Salisbury as part of a pilot project to increase access and promote using more fresh vegetables in rural Herkimer County convenience stores.

Updated at 3:48 PM

TEAM STANDINGSRD’s Gorge View Lanes 74-38Chapman-Moser 68-44Allstate 62-50Pianas 60-52Cindy’s Classic Cuts 58-54Ghost 14-98MARCH 20 RESULTSHIGH SERIESKayla Miles-Moyer 634 (213, 205, 216)Brenda Chrisman 528 (177, 191, 160)

Updated at 3:39 PM

ALBANY (AP) — A bill that would open state financial aid to students in the country illegally appeared dead following a narrow defeat in the Legislature, but growing support for New York’s Dream Act has given advocates and lawmakers renewed hope it...

Updated at 3:31 PM

NEW YORK (AP) — Mayor Bill de Blasio, the unabashedly liberal leader of the nation’s most populous city, was portrayed Saturday in the first act of the annual Inner Circle show as a steal-from-the-rich Robin Hood — but elicited big laughs in his...

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