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The Sherrill-Kenwood Free Library offers more than just a world of reading for its patrons, says new Director Bill Loveland. more
Sam Nackman is Elder Cunningham. The supporting actor for Broadway Theatre League of Utica’s season opener, The Book of Mormon, Nackman has found a kindred spirit on the road. more
The Oneida County Historical Hall of Fame, which honors individuals from Oneida County who made an impact on the community and the world, has named five individuals to its 2022 inductee class. more

The New York Power Authority has announced the Hinckley Reservoir boat-launching ramp will be closing for the season. more
The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties hosted its first 24-hour day of giving, “Mohawk Valley Gives,” to benefit local nonprofits serving the two counties. more
Beautiful fall foliage is beginning to pop out in several corners of New York State, with some significant early color changes expected in the higher elevations of the Adirondacks and Catskills. more
Recently, a caravan of semi-trucks cruised through downtown Utica, hauling sets, costumes, sound systems, and other production equipment to The Stanley Theatre. more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., will host Recycling Day on Wednesday, Sept. 28, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the library parking lot. more
Cazenovia College will present the first of a new annual four-part Wheler Family Great Minds Lecture Series entitled “On the Ground in Ukraine." more
With the official start of fall, it’s time to get spooky and the City of Rome wants to crown the Best Decorated. more
Preserving fall’s abundant offering of fresh fruits and vegetables is a treasured tradition for many Central New Yorkers. more
View, the center of arts and culture at 3273 Route 28, will host workshops in the coming weeks on natural dyes and quilt painting. more
Suzanne Schnittman will give a presentation based on her book, “Provocative Mothers and Their Precocious Daughters,” at the Old Forge Library at 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29. more
Westmoreland Historical Society will host the program, “Savage Arms History,” presented by local historian Lou Parrotta. more
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute of Utica will present works by Lesley Dill, a New York-based artist. more
The Book of Mormon, winner of nine Tony Awards including best musical, has announced it will offer a lottery ticket for upcoming shows in Utica at The Stanley Theatre. more
At the second-generation Cullen Pumpkin Farm in Richfield Springs, the Shypski brothers — John, Tom, and Richard — along with their families, friends, and neighbors, are keeping fall traditions alive. more
The Utica Commandery #3 of Knights Templar NY along with the Rome Commandery hosted the Grand Commandery of New York during the 209th Annual Convocation last weekend. more
As October is Polish American Heritage Month and several events are being organized in the Mohawk Valley to draw attention to the occasion. more
The United Way of the Mohawk Valley’s Emerging Leaders United group doubled down on its efforts to beautify area neighborhoods with a second clean-up this year. more
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