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Here is a look at the unofficial results from the Oneida County Board of Elections this morning of county and local races this year’s general election (* denotes unofficial winner): • State … more
KIRKLAND — Democrat Robert J. Meelan has retained his seat as Kirkland Town Supervisor after running unopposed in the 2019 race, collecting 1,561 votes to earn 99.24% of ballots cast, as reported … more
CLINTON — The Village of Clinton Board met on Monday, Nov. 4 for its regualry scheduled meeting held in Lumbard Hall at 100 North Park Row. Trustees Benjamin J. Fehlner and Elizabeth C. Tantillo … more
WESTMORELAND — Three Westmoreland Junior/Senior High School students belonging to their local girl scouts troop, received the highest honor a “cadette scout” can earn. Freshmen Caitlyn Merritt, … more
CLINTON — Clinton resident and professor of political science at SUNY Oswego, Dr. Helen J. Knowles, has just released her third book. Knowles served as the lead co-author of, “Lights, Camera, … more
CLINTON — Artisans’ Corner Gifts (pronounced ART-TI-SANS) on the corner of College and Williams Streets in Clinton is not your average gift shop. First of all, the age-old building served as … more
The Mohawk Valley Frasers Pipe Band has added to its trophy case with the group’s Grade 4 competition unit capturing the crown as Champion Supreme of the Eastern United States Pipe Band … more
The B Sharp Musical Club will present its next event in the 2019-20 concert series at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17 in the Sinnott Family Bank of Utica Auditorium at Munson Williams Proctor Arts … more
UTICA — “Final Straw: Food/Earth/Happiness,” a documentary exploring sustainable food production in Japan, Korea and the United States, will be screened at 7 p.m. Nov. 19 at The Other Side, … more
ORISKANY FALLS — Augusta Presbyterian Church, 2345 Route 26, will host Cincinnati Creek for its November Coffee House at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16. The event is free, and refreshments will be … more
CLINTON — Kirkland Town Library, 55 1/2 College St., is inviting children ages 5-10 to participate with Syracuse’s Everson Museum to make art at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19. During Art Making with … more
CAMDEN — Trinity Community Coffee House at Trinity Episcopal Church, 98 Main St., will conclude its Fall Series with The Nelson Brothers Band at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16. It will be the band’s … more
CLINTON — Imagine a 24-year-old female British pleasure-boat galley cook making mountainous waves to tactfully navigate a point in the male-dominated sport of professional yacht racing during the … more
VERONA — The Westmoreland-Oriskany unified boys soccer team could not contain the three top threats for Bishop Grimes Tuesday, Nov. 5 in the Section III Class C title game. It wasn’t until the … more
FRIDAY, NOV. 15 Professional Hockey — American Hockey League: Utica at Syracuse, 7. College Hockey — Colgate at St. Lawrence, 7. SATURDAY, NOV. 16 Professional Hockey — American Hockey League: … more
CLINTON — Bates College’s Brendan Costa threw four touchdown passes and the Bobcats rallied for a 26-21 NESCAC win against the Hamilton College Continentals at Hamilton’s Steuben Field on … more
UTICA — Utica City FC will host a preseason game at the Utica Memorial Auditorium on Sunday, Nov. 17, against Canada at 2 p.m.  Canada is a team comprised of the MetroStars Canada and other … more
VERNON — As part of Vernon Downs Casino Hotel’s ongoing commitment to supporting its surrounding communities, Arthur Wood, assistant general manager, presented a $53,460 check on Thursday, Nov. … more
WHITESBORO — New York Sash, a family-owned and operated home improvement company in Whitesboro, recently surpassed $50,000 in donations to local charities through their own contributions and … more
WHITESTOWN — Nearly 70 members of the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office were honored this morning for their past and present service in the United States armed forces. Sheriff Robert M. Maciol … more
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