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Boces will be continuing it’s flooring installation series. In this hands-on course students will learn to use the tools needed to install floor coverings, calculate materials, safety procedures, … more
A medical assistant training program will be offered by BOCES Continuing Education from Sept. 25 this year through Feb. 19, 2020 from 5-9 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Students must be … more
The BOCES Rome ACCESS Site at 266 W. Dominick St. will offer TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion) workshops through August and beyond to prepare those interested in earning their high school … more
CLINTON — Oneida Nation Native Americans are getting their land back, well, at least nearly 30 acres of it. Lisle Haines of Clinton, owner of the property, agreed to donate the land to a group of … more
MARCY — SUNY Polytechnic Institute has been ranked fifth nationwide in a list of the 20 Best Affordable Healthcare Administration and Management Online Degree Programs as compiled by the Affordable … more
VERONA — The Oneida Indian Nation plans to start sports betting Aug. 1 with a grand opening of its venues for it at Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona and Point Place Casino in Bridgeport, the … more
Since its opening in 1991, the Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority’s Recycling Center has processed over 1 million tons of recyclables that have been received, diverted from landfills and … more
NEW HARTFORD — Local business Zebb’s Deluxe Bar & Grill, 8428 Seneca Turnpike, is closing. In a note placed on its bulletin board, Zebb’s explained to its employees and customers that it … more
He may be retiring from the world of automobiles, but now “another door has opened” with the Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired. After 34 years with AAA auto club, Northeast … more
UTICA — The Resource Center for Independent Living, Inc., in partnership with Charles A. Gaetano Construction Corporation, is moving into its new downtown Utica headquarters, located at 131 Genesee … more
The Kelberman Center has unveiled its plans to build a new multi-use apartment building at the former Sunset Elementary School site in South Utica. Dr. Robert Myers, executive director of the … more
The Resource Center for Independent Living, Inc. (RCIL) invites the public to join its staff, local officials, business and community leaders for a celebration in honor of the 29th anniversary of the … more
UTICA — Area officials are hailing the success of a new summer educational program dedicated to helping select local students gain hands on experience in cutting edge technology. Oneida County … more
Mercy Flight helicopter was recently awarded full accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems. The accreditation status is awarded to those organizations that meet … more
CLINTON — From archaeological digs to learning about pottery and taking nature walks, children can have their hands full of fun and learning during the Clinton Historical Society History Camp to be … more
KIRKLAND — Kirkland Town Board held a public hearing to discuss the replacement of the Norton Avenue bridge at the Wednesday, July 17 regular board meeting. The discussion primarily focused on the … more
Marilyn L. Baker-Campola, 76, of Clinton, passed away on July 22, 2019, at Faxton- St. Luke’s Healthcare Hospital, after a brief illness. Born October 26, 1942 in Utica, she was the daughter of … more
WESTMORELAND — Due to “on-going issues,” dogs will no longer be allowed in Westmoreland Town Park. Deputy Town Supervisor Charles Hebbard said just this year alone, the town has received … more
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