Census data on unmarried men and women ages 25 to 34 across America, and published a map of ratios between singles in more than 100 metro areas.In Upstate New York, there are much more single men than women, especially in Ithaca, where there's 140 available men for every 100 women.Manhattan Sunday Evening St Francis of Assisi Church Room 2 139 W 31st St between 6th & 7th Ave Info line: 347-815-4SAA (722) (call or text) Local website: local contacts, click here.Brentwood in NY Monday Morn Book Study Times Square Room 400 303 W 42nd St Between 8th & 9th Ave Info line: 347-815-4SAA (722) (call or text) Local website: local contacts, click here.While DCJS cannot tell you if there are any Level 1 sex offenders or sex offenders with a pending risk level in your neighborhood or who they are, the agency can advise if a particular individual is on the registry.Call 1-800-262-3257 with the name and at least one other identifier (an exact address, date of birth, driver's license number, or a social security number) to learn if that individual is a registered sex offender in New York.
Good news, single ladies -- if you're looking for a date with a man, the odds are in your favor in Upstate New York. Just three cities in the study were found to have an even number of single men and women in that age range: Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Decatur, Illinois; and Nashville, Tennessee.But it's not just a matter of being single and ready to mingle -- 78 percent of women said it was "very important" to find a man with a steady job and 46 percent of men said the same for their potential spouse.In which case, women looking for a man with a job will have their best luck in Ithaca (97 employed single men for every 100 single women), Albany (91 for every 100) and the Buffalo-Niagara Falls region (90 for every 100).Gadoua and Mike Mc Andrew Post-Standard (Syracuse, NY) April 11, 2002 Local Catholic officials are investigating "a few" new allegations of sexual abuse and have reassigned one diocesan priest because of a 1990 incident of sexual abuse, officials said Wednesday. We're sensitive to what parishioners' and the public's expectations are." Hebert, 55, declined March 28 to answer questions about the 1990 sexual abuse allegations or about his impending transfer to a retirement home for priests in Utica. "We thought it was best he not remain in a parish," Cummings said, adding the move was not related to new allegations.