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Thankful for what we have

In response to the letter from Julia Izzo which was printed on Jan. 17, I totally agree with her views. We are being led to believe that Social Security is going broke and therefore we will not... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

On dean’s list

Erica Freund, of Clinton, was named to the fall semester dean’s list at Wake Forest University, Winston Salem, N.C. [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Accused of stealing 900 Franklins

TOWN OF WATSON — A Lewis County woman is accused of stealing $900 cash from a residence on Wetmore Road. Sheriff’s deputies said Tiffany V. Thompson, 30, of 5253 Dayan St., Lowville... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Garage struck, DWI charged

FORESTPORT — A 63-year-old woman was ticketed for drunken driving after her sports-utility vehicle crashed into a garage on Elmwood Road Tuesday night. Remsen-based state police said Sand... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Submit church news for Saturday’s pages

News from churches or church-related groups for the Religion Today pages, published on Saturdays, can be e-mailed to living@RNY.com or mailed to Daily Sentinel - Living, PO Box 471, Rome, NY 13442-... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Two men indicted in Floyd home invasion

Two men charged in the home invasion and robbery at Wilber’s Mobile Home Park in Floyd have been indicated by a grand jury and are scheduled for arraignment in County Court on Monday. Mea... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Gas station robbed; white male sought

A thief with a dark-colored goatee robbed the Kekis Citgo gas station and convenience store Wednesday night, making off with a handful of cash after threatening the clerk. No arrests have been ... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Jailed priest suspended by Bishop

NEW YORK MILLS — The priest and former Sheriff’s Office chaplain who admitted to stealing $87,000 from St. Mary Our Lady of Czetochowa has been suspended by the Roman Catholic Diocese o... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Son charged in assault

A registered Level 2 sex offender and former Utica restaurant-owner was charged Wednesday with repeatedly slamming his mother’s head against the floor. Authorities said Matthew Cuda then ... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Help asked in hit-run

VERONA — A hit and run accident in which a pedestrian was struck by a large vehicle is under investigation by the Sheriff’s Office, and they are asking for help in finding the driver wh... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Mutual aid log

To report an emergency: 911 Wednesday 5:27 a.m. Taberg, Taberg-Florence Road, Annsville, accident. 8:30 a.m. New York Mills, Woods Park Drive, New Hartford, alarm. 2:51 p.m. Stanwix... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Sheriff’s log

To report an emergency: 911 Wednesday 2:59 a.m. Stone Road, Paris, trespass. 4:04 a.m. Stuhlman Road, Vernon, domestic. 6:10 a.m. Wolcott Hill Road, Camden, accident. 6:11 a.m. ... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

State police log

To report an emergency: 911 Wednesday 2:21 a.m. Martin Drive, Westmoreland, domestic. 4:04 a.m. Stuhlman Road, Vernon, domestic. 5:27 a.m. Taberg-Florence Road, Annsville, accident.... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Police log

Wednesday 1;18 a.m. FasTrac, N. James St., fight. 6:19 a.m. Black River Blvd., attempt to locate. 6:41 a.m. Craig St., attempt to locate. 6:55 a.m. Black River Blvd., attempt to loc... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Fire log

Wednesday 8:06 a.m. 740 N. Jay St., first aid. 8:14 a.m. 100 W. Court St., first aid. 8:59 a.m. 146 W. Dominick St., first aid. 12:49 p.m. 1617 N. James St., assist. 2:52 p.m. 7... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Shush and shoo fail at Utica library

Silence in the library? Not for two Utica women accused of climbing onto the stacks and throwing pencils at the staff Wednesday. Police said Carrie Bordeaux, 22, of Noyes Street, and Kaliegh Ha... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Searson from Canada plays Halfway to GAIF Hooley

WHITESBORO — The Great American Irish Festival will be hosting its Halfway to GAIF Hooley on Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m., at Hart’s Hill Inn in Whitesboro. Tickets are $25 or $10 for th... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Oneida native named offensive coordinator at St. John Fisher

ROCHESTER — St. John Fisher College announced on Wednesday that former Oneida High School football player Rob Kramer will be the new offensive coordinator for the football team. Kramer, w... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Water, workforce economic initiative top mayor’s list

Rome Mayor Joseph R. Fusco Jr. will participate along with seven other local government representatives at the Genesis Group general meeting and sixth annual Regional Community Forum Friday, and is... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

2% hike in county tax bills exceed Lee’s budgeted 1% generosity

TOWN OF LEE — Some town residents are wondering why their county property tax payments for this year are higher than 2011, after the town in October announced plans to foot the bill for the i... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Sports Calendar

Tonight’s Schedule... Scholastic boys Basketball — Oriskany at Rome Catholic, Adirondack at Ilion, 7:30. Volleyball — Canastota at Westmoreland, 7. Scholastic girl... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

JAZZfest Sunday aids foundation

BALDWINSVILLE — The CNY Jazz Arts Foundation holds the January JAZZfest in Mohegan Manor, 58 Oswego St., Sunday from noon to 9 p.m. The celebration includes food and drink, "first-cl... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

More climb aboard at city station

Amtrak ridership in Rome was up slightly in 2011, making it a second year in a row that the city-owned station maintained rail passenger traffic over 9,000, according to company statistics. Amt... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Blood needed

WHEN: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday. WHERE: St. John’s Lutheran Church, 502 W. Chestnut St. QUOTA: 57 pints Appointments preferred: 1-800-733-2767 [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Send wedding report while it’s still news

It’s news when someone gets married, but news is information about recent events. It’s a busy time after a wedding and honeymoon, writing thank yous and getting back to work, but do... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

‘Tower Heist’ Wednesday

HERKIMER — Herkimer County Community College will show the free, public movie "Tower Heist" on Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Sarkus-Busch Theater. In the movie, a group of hard wor... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Musical Lady in the Dark
Feb. 3-5 at Hamilton College

CLINTON — The Hamilton College Department of Music will present Lady in the Dark as its annual choir musical on Friday through Sunday, Feb. 3-5 in Wellin Hall. Performances are Friday and Sat... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Sportsman’s Expo opens Friday

The New York Sportsman’s Expo will be held Friday through Sunday in the Center of Progress Building at the State Fairgrounds, Syracuse. In includes a rock climbing wall, an archery range,... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Monster truck show tickets on sale

SYRACUSE — Tickets are on sale for Supercuts presents Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam® monster truck series on March 10 at the Carrier Dome. Prices start at $10 for children and $15 f... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Westmoreland modified team falls at home

The Westmoreland modified girls basketball team fell to a 60-8 loss to host West Canada Valley on Wednesday. Morgan Barber scored eight points to lead the Lady Bulldogs. Rome ousts F-M ... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Holland Patent scores victory over wrestling rival Adirondack

The Holland Patent wrestling squad rallied back from suffering its first defeat of the year in the Section III Dual Meet Tournament over the weekend and came up with a 56-23 triumph over visiting r... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

VVS drops basketball game at home court to Nottingham

VERONA — The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill boys basketball team was bit by a decisive 29-9 second period run by Nottingham High of Syracuse and couldn’t recover as the Red Devils lost at home,... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Tabloid Tales of the Past

Jan. 26, 2002 Rehabilitation work is under way at Delta Dam. Richard M. Buck Construction Corp., 185 Main St., Whitesboro, holds the contract for the project that includes replacing valves that... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Siren song of quick cash beckons

If the price is right, the payoff can be sweet — especially in these tight economic times. That’s where buyers of old gold, jewelry and antiques come in. One such outfit, The Intern... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

County Airport weather report for Wednesday

Temperatures: 30 to 32 Normal Range: 12 to 29 Records: -14(1968), 66(1967) Rainfall: 0" Snow: 0.3" Monthly rainfall: 1.63" Rainfall for year: 1.63" S... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Maryrose Smaldon Pouliot

Maryrose Smaldon Pouliot, 94, of Rome, passed away on Wednesday, January 25, 2012, at Rome Memorial Hospital. She was born in Rome, NY, on January 3, 1918, daughter of the late James and Mary Tardu... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

George W. Kahler Sr.

George W. Kahler Sr., 69, of Rome and Old Forge, NY passed away unexpectedly Tuesday evening, January 24, 2012 at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, Utica. He was born August 14, 1942 in Rome, NY the ... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Funeral notices

CARPENTER — Jean Marie Carpenter, 83, of Blossvale, on Jan. 24, 2012. Services 10:30 a.m. Friday at Barry Funeral Home, 807 W. Chestnut St., and 11:30 a.m. at St. Mary of the Lake Catholi... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Area happenings

REMINDERS: Friday, 6-7 p.m. Stu Copperwheat meet and greet as he plays his new CD "Exposing All We Know," Library, 621 Utica St., Oriskany. Reserve a seat at 736-2532 or just stop in.... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

More real estate for Senator and Assemblyman

State Sen. Joseph A. Griffo anticipates that he would represent all of the City of Rome, including a southern and western portion that is not in his current 47th Senate district, under a proposed r... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Budget chasm may cut staff and classes

Possible staff reductions affecting instructional programs and class sizes could be part of the Rome school district’s upcoming 2012-13 budget, based on a preliminary $9.7 million gap that Su... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

‘Redneck’ curling slides into Boonville snow fest as FAA milks event for fun

BOONVILLE — Never! Die! Hard! Members of the Adirondack Central School Future Farmers of America are learning not to lose their "handle" while making sure they have plenty of &q... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Circus gives three shows Saturday

ONEIDA — The Zonta Club of Oneida sponsors the Billy Martin’s Cole All-Star Circus at Oneida High School with performances at 1, 4 and 7 p.m. Saturday. The circus will once again pr... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Completes basic

Seaman Lisa B. Barker, a 2011 graduate of Rome Free Academy, has completed Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Lottery

ALBANY (AP) — Here are the winning state Lottery numbers selected Wednesday in the midday drawing: Daily: 4, 8, 9; Lucky Sum: 21; WinFour: 8, 2, 2, 3; Lucky Sum: 15. Here are the winners ... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

Rain mixed with snow; high in 30s

Tonight — Freezing rain. Rain. Ice accumulation of up to a tenth of an inch. Lows in the mid 30s. Southeast winds 5 to 10 mph. Chance of precipitation near 100 percent. Friday — Mos... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012

MVCC and HCCC game halted after fans brawl in the stands

UTICA (AP) - A men’s basketball game between two central New York community colleges was called off with less than a minute left after a brawl in the stands spilled onto the court. The re... [more...]

Published: 1/26/2012
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