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Here are the unofficial results of local races in Oneida and Madison counties: New York State Justice of the Supreme Court (5th Judicial District) (Any Two) Rory McMahon (Democratic, Conservative): … more
Section III has postponed indoor track and field. The section’s Athletic Council has announced the change along with a plan for the winter sports season and the rest of the 2020-21 sports calendar … more
CLINTON — Kirkland Town Library’s Empire State Race-Off team placed second among 50 teams in the state-wide virtual fitness challenge. The team logged almost 6,000 miles among 35 members, which … more
The following are the unofficial election results of the Tuesday, Nov. 3 general elections released by representative county Board of Elections and the New York State Board of Elections. Absentee … more
CLINTON — The Fair Trade Shop at Stone Presbyterian Church, 8 S. Park Row, will feature all Maggie’s Products for 25% off during the month of November. Maggie’s Products are known for their … more
CLINTON — St. James Episcopal Church, 9 Williams St., has named the Rev. John Crosswaite as its new priest. The Rev. Crosswaite comes to St. James from his position as Canon to the Ordinary, … more
NEW HARTFORD — An eclectic home decor and gift retailer is now in residence in Sangertown Square, according to a release. “Sangertown Square is happy to announce Earthbound Trading Company has … more
The January administration of the high school Regents examination program has been canceled due to the COVID–19 pandemic, interim state Education Commissioner Betty A. Rosa announced Thursday, Nov. … more
Democrat Marianne Buttenschon claimed victory against Republican challenger John Zielinski for New York Assembly District 119, which includes Rome, Utica and much of central Oneida County. … more
With the contest for the 22nd Congressional District not yet settled as absentee, military and affidavit ballots to be counted starting next week, Republican candidate and Election Day leader Claudia … more
CLINTON — Crystal Lin, of Utica, is serving as a peer tutor for chemistry in Hamilton College’s Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning Center (QSR) this year. The mission of the QSR Center is to … more
CLINTON — Known as the Celebration of Lights, Rabbi Didy Waks wanted to help “spread some light onto the darkness” in a unique way during Hanukkah this year — with “Fire on Ice.” Waks and … more
CLINTON — Several topics relating to the COVID-19 pandemic were addressed at the Clinton Board of Education's meeting on Oct. 27. They included recent temporary shifts to all-remote instruction at … more
CLINTON — Kinney Drugs will once again partner with American Greetings to offer a special one-day promotion on Veterans Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11, in support of Honor Flight Network.  For every … more
CLINTON — The Oneida Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) organized a Day of Service event on Columbus Day, Oct. 12, with more than 85 members of the … more
CLINTON — St. James Episcopal Church in Clinton will have Zoom worship services this weekend. Regular worship services include a 4 p.m. service on Saturdays and 9:30 a.m. service on Sundays. … more
CLINTON — New Hartford and Clinton Historical Societies will jointly host the  presentation, “Remembering the New Hartford-Clinton Trolley…and Ned Plunkett’s Horse” at the historical … more
Ruth Helene Meier, of Great Barrington, MA, and longtime resident of Clinton, NY, died peacefully on Monday, October 12, 2020, at Kimball Farms Nursing Home in Lenox, MA, after a brief illness. She … more
On Halloween night, Saturday, Oct. 31, the Wilde Rep Theatre group will  transform the parking lot at the Westmoreland Historical Society (50 Station Road in Westmoreland) into a spooky drive-thru … more
CLINTON — The next major exhibit at the Clinton Historical Society Museum, 1 Fountain St., will feature women of Clinton who have had a significant impact on raw community or beyond. One of those … more
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