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NEW HARTFORD — Grey Fox Mercantile, 70 Genesee St., is calling for local art submissions for its next Cider and Clay exhibit, which will feature handcrafted ceramic works in the form of functional … more
CLINTON — Kirkland Town Library, 55 1/2 College St., has several free passes for patrons to use at local parks and attractions so that they may “explore outdoors.” With a library card, patrons … more
The Community Foundation of Herkimer & Oneida Counties honored its partners in philanthropy, the Mele family, well known for Mele & Co., a fixture in the Utica area, Tuesday, Aug. 6, with … more
UTICA — The Utica Zoo has welcomed a pair of newborn two red panda cubs. The cubs were born in the early morning hours of July 6 to mother Ming Yue and father Muse. The cubs weighed approximately … more
Fritz’s Polka Band from Verona, as well as the band’s frontman Fritz Scherz have been nominated for national awards by the Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame (CSPHOF) in Euclid, Ohio. Fritz’s … more
VERNON — Greenshoe and driver Brian Sears won the $330,000 Dr. Harry M. Zweig Memorial for 3-year-old open trotters at Vernon Downs on Saturday, Aug. 17. Front runner Marseille (Ake Svanstedt) … more
WESTMORELAND — Two years ago, Oriskany Central School elected to play varsity 8-man football, effectively ending an age-old Cider Street rivalry with the Westmoreland football team. The Redskins … more
ROME — Cousins Madison and Nicolas Braman defended their title by four strokes at the seventh New York State Mixed Team Amateur Championship on Monday, Aug. 19 at Teugega Country Club. The top … more
The Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League’s 2019 All-League teams have been announced, with three players from the Adirondack Trail Blazers among those honored. Former Adirondack Central baseball … more
BOONVILLE — The Woodsmen’s Field Days kicked off Friday, Aug. 16 and woodcarvers were putting their skills to the test. With woodcarvers from all places coming to participate in the three-day … more
UTICA — Oneida County will now be known as a Climate Smart Community, but becoming one came with some spirited debate among some county legislators over the sincerity and principle of the pledge … more
CLINTON — The Paul J. Weimer Field in Kiwanis Memorial Park at 24 Beatty Ave. in the Village of Clinton has undergone long awaited improvements the last four weeks thanks to nearly $25,000 in … more
CLINTON — The Jack Boynton Community Pool, in conjunction with the Clinton Youth Foundation and the Kirkland Town Library will be hosting Family Movie Night on Thursday evenings during the month … more
MARCY — Funding of $1 million in seed grants over three years to support the growth of research efforts among faculty was announced by SUNY Polytechnic Institute. The funding through the overall … more
Sukhbir Singh, of North Main Street in Oriskany Falls, a sophomore finance major, was named to the spring 2019 semester president’s list at SUNY Oswego. more
Two local students recently graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology during the college’s 134th annual commencement ceremony. They are: Nina Salerno, of Clinton, received a bachelor’s … more
Emily L. Belfield, of Clinton, majoring in chemical engineering, was named to the spring 2019 semester dean’s list at Syracuse University. more
Local students were among the 4,900 to recently receive degrees from SUNY Albany during its 175th commencement. They are: Alexander Dampf, of Clinton, bachelor’s degree in informatics, magna cum … more
Alexandra Gibbons, a visual arts major from Oriskany Falls, was named to the spring 2019 semester dean’s list at SUNY Purchase. more
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