Governor Hochul announced that Trooper Robert P. Stawicki is the recipient of the State’s Police Officer Medal of Valor.
Governor Kathy Hochul today announced flags on State buildings will be flown at half-staff on February 16 and 17, from sunrise to sunset, in honor of fallen New York State Police Trooper Steven A. Tyrrell.
Governor Hochul directed flags on all State buildings to be flown at half-staff in honor of fallen Fairville Volunteer Firefighter Dan DeWolf.
Governor Hochul announced flags will be flown at half-staff January 29 in honor of fallen Department of Environmental Conservation Police Lt. David McShane.
Governor Hochul announced 15 State landmarks will be illuminated yellow on the evening of Saturday, January 27 in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Governor Hochul announced flags on State buildings will be flown at half-staff on January 24 in honor of Aaron J. Peters.
Governor Hochul recognized January as Stalking Awareness Month and January 18 as Stalking Awareness Day of Action in New York State, issuing a proclamation and directing that all State landmarks be illuminated in yellow tonight, January 18, in honor of those impacted by stalking and all gender-based violence.
Governor Hochul announced 12 State landmarks will be illuminated red, black and green on the evening of Monday, January 15 in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Governor Hochul issued a proclamation designating January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month in New York State and directed landmarks across the state be illuminated blue tonight, January 11, to honor victims and survivors.
Governor Hochul today announced 13 state landmarks will be illuminated dark blue on the evening of Tuesday, January 9 in honor of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day.