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Oneida County History Center announced the return of its 18th Annual Telethon presented by Bank of Utica. more
Wildflower meadows have been growing in popularity among gardeners, and for good reason. more
The Oneida County History Center is looking for the public’s help in replacing a vandalized historic marker. more

Friends of Rogers will celebrate the 52nd anniversary of Earth Day with an array of activities and events on Saturday, April 22, from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. more
Professional women across the tri-county region are invited to apply for 2023 grant support from the Maxine Quigg Women in Business Fund of the Northern New York Community Foundation. more
The Remsen Arts Center has announced that Remsen Arts Fest weekend will be from Friday, May 19 to Sunday, May 21 at the Remsen Arts Center. more
The cows keep disappearing in Pine Bluff and no one knows why! Is it cattle thieves? The new burger joint? more
The public is invited to explore the beauty of nature and learn the importance of preserving the planet during the Earth Week Celebration. more
John Draper, owner of Trenton Trees, will present a program about native trees and his own Christmas tree farm on Arbor Day, April 22, at 11 a.m. at Prospect Library. more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., has announced events for next week. more
The Oneida Public Library will host a series of youth programs this spring break. more
The Oneida County History Center, 1608 Genesee St., will be celebrating the opening of its Little Free Lending Library. more
“Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” has a lot more to offer as a movie than just a couple of nerds sitting around a table playing the titular game. more
Astrid and Ares, a pair of peregrine falcons that live in Utica, laid their first egg of the 2023 breeding season at 12:29 a.m. on Sunday, April 2. more
The Rome Historical Society has filed a lawsuit against the owner of the former Erie Canal Village seeking to demolish a dilapidated structure on the property and to remove all restrictions to the land owned by RHS, among other demands. more
The New Hartford, Westmoreland and Rome City Schools winter guards competed at the Mid-York Color Guard Circuit Championships, and the New Hartford Indoor Percussion Ensemble competed in the New York State Percussion Circuit Championships. more
A project to plant trees in the city of Utica is coming back after a successful campaign last year, according to project officials. more
The Rome Art Association meeting on Thursday, April 6, will feature an exhibition opening reception for “Evoking Emotion.” more
A wandering soul, Old Phoebe was a colorful local eccentric — who is now being remembered and honored with a historical marker installed in Patane Park. more
At one point in your life, you’ve probably stood in front of your closet, staring blankly at a sea of clothes, and felt as if you had nothing to wear. more
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