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To help keep cars and other motor vehicles safe during the coronavirus crisis, AAA has released a set of guidelines for how to properly disinfect your ride. Officials said most household cleaners … more
NEW HARTFORD — Boscov’s Department stores have temporarily closed all of its stores — including its location at the Sangertown Square Mall in New Hartford, the company said. “For … more
Two local students were named to the fall 2019 semester dean’s list at SUNY Purchase, Purchase, N.Y. They are: Alexandra Gibbons, of Oriskany Falls, visual arts major; and William Heintz, of … more
UTICA — It has been confirmed Friday, March 27 by the Oneida County Health Department that a staff member of the Masonic Care Community in Utica has tested positive for COVID-19. “The MCC staff … more
The Upstate Family Health Center is open and providing service during the COVID-19 outbreak in both of its locations, 205 W. Dominick St. in Rome and 1001 Noyes St. in Utica and is also offering … more
CLINTON — Clinton Historical Society, 1 Fountain St., has cancelled its annual Meeting & Gala scheduled for the evening of May 6. The event will be rescheduled for a later date. Members and the … more
CLINTON — Hamilton College was informed that an employee has tested positive for COVID-19. Hamilton College President David Wippman said the college is working with the Oneida County Health … more
During this period of self-isolation from the coronavirus, Oneida County Sheriff Robert M. Maciol and his department have begun using social media as an information resource and to bring some good … more
WHITESTOWN — The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office responded to a total of 12,284 complaints in 2019, including 291 rapes, 807 domestic calls, 95 assaults, 39 burglaries and three robberies. The … more
CLINTON — Gabriel Linden, of Madison, recently performed in the Hamilton College Dance and Movement Studies Department’s annual spring dance concert. The performance was choreographed … more
Due to current health concerns, the concert of the Mohawk Valley Choral Society scheduled for May 17 has been rescheduled.    The concert, Franz Joseph Haydn’s “The Creation,” conducted by … more
“Puck the Virus.” That’s the phrase on the shirts the Utica Comets hockey club is selling to help support employees of the team. The phrase blurted out by team broadcaster Joe Roberts in a … more
CANASTOTA (AP) — The International Boxing Hall of Fame has canceled its Hall of Fame weekend in June because of the coronavirus pandemic. Executive director Ed Brophy said Sunday, March 29 that … more
ROME — The ninth annual Patriot Run/Walk will take place on Saturday, June 13. The race is still being held, organizers noted, adding that over 100 people already signed up during a February early … more
SARATOGA — The 2020 race season at Saratoga Race Course is set to begin right on schedule despite the COVID-19 outbreak. “We look forward to welcoming fans to the Saratoga Race Course on Opening … more
HAMILTON — Two members of the Colgate men’s basketball team have been awarded NABC All-District honors. Junior guard Jordan Burns was named to the District 13 first-team and senior forward Will … more
SYRACUSE — Syracuse star forward Elijah Hughes has decided to enter his name in the NBA draft process. He announced the decision on Twitter on Saturday, March 21. “I want to thank my family, … more
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Bryce Harper jersey that could have been worn this baseball season by the biggest Philadelphia Phillies fan is now a protective mask in the fight against the coronavirus … more
UTICA — As the Mohawk Valley Health System is prepares for a surge in patient volumes — it is seeking help from the public for personal protection equipment, namely masks. The MVHS has added 314 … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday, March 27 issued an executive order lifting an earlier blanket exemption from business-closure orders that had been given to the construction industry, prompting the … more
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