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CLINTON — Hamilton College's annual Class & Charter Day took place on May 11. Established in 1950, the event combines the traditional Class Day celebrating the end of classes with a … more
CLINTON — The Kirkland/Prospect Hill Cemetery Association on Skyline Drive has cancelled its annual June 1 meeting due to the coronavirus. Donations will still be accepted. Those who wish to … more
CLINTON — Kirkland Town Library, 55 1/2 College St., is currently closed but asks patrons to continue to check the library website for updates on services. "Even though we are closed, we are … more
CLINTON — As local businesses remain closed and as events are being canceled into the summer months while the precautionary period lengthens for the coronavirus, Kirkland Town Library has taken on … more
CLINTON — Stone Presbyterian Church, 8 S. Park Row, will continue its virtual services with one to be hosted at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, May 24 on Facebook. Parishioners may celebrate the Ascension of … more
WESTMORELAND — With school days suspended, and then eventually closed for the remainder of the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Westmoreland Central School Physical Education Teacher Greg … more
WESTMORELAND — Westmoreland Central School Board of Education adopted a proposed 2020-21 school spending plan Tuesday, May 12, with a reduction in the impact on the local share as compared to the … more
UTICA — The Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute 2020 Arts Festival has been canceled due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic. Officials at Munson-Williams said cancelling the annual event was … more
Sales tax collections in Oneida County declined 24.6 % in April from the same month a year earlier, as pandemic-related restrictions on the economy began to take their full effect, state Comptroller … more
BOONVILLE — Due to continued state-mandated restrictions from the coronavirus pandemic, members of the New York State Woodsmen’s Field Days, Inc. Board of Directors have canceled this year’s … more
CLINTON — Long-time Clinton resident Carol Stone White recently released her book, “A Taste of Heaven on Earth: Harnessing the Energies of Love,” exploring the spiritual foundation of the … more
CLINTON — The short answer to whether the long-running summer’s Farmer’s Market season will take place in Clinton this year is yes. However, new restrictions in the midst of the … more
The fifth annual Project Fibonacci STEAM Leadership Conference for students that had been planned locally for this summer will be rescheduled at a date to be determined, due to factors relating to … more
Blue-and-white bows on display around Griffiss park, including along Route 825 and at employers such as Rome Lab, are part of an area initiative to salute essential workers during the COVID-19 … more
CLINTON — Clinton Central School is inviting community members to take part in helping to develop its Vision 2025 plan. Residents are asked to take a few minutes to complete a survey that will help … more
The two area collegiate summer baseball leagues have canceled their 2020 seasons. The New York Collegiate Baseball League announced Tuesday that it would not have a season. The league includes Rome … more
Remsen graduate Megan O’Brien, a sophomore on the Mohawk Valley Community College softball team, has received the school’s Theodore F. Moore Memorial Scholar-Athlete Award as female athlete with … more
Editor: We would just like to thank the town for doing a great job as always for cleaning up our streets and all the extra debris and dust from the winter. They are all so very nice as well. Debra … more
To Our Community, At their April 23 board meeting, the Kirkland Town Library’s trustees voted to withdraw the proposition that would have appeared on the ballot for the Clinton Central School … more
CLINTON — In order to respect state-mandated social distancing guidelines the Village Green gazebo set the stage for an atypically short May 4 Village of Clinton Board of Trustees meeting this past … more
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