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CLINTON — Stone Presbyterian Church, 8 S. Park Row, will celebrate the first Sunday after Christmas with carols and lessons during a service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 30. There will be herald and … more
A drive to collect used cell phones and other mobile devices over the past month resulted in enough to provide 33,030 minutes of free calls by men and women serving in the U.S. military, state Sen. … more
The Sauquoit Creek floodplain restoration and flood control project in Whitestown is getting a $25,000 state grant to help with planting trees. The state Department of Environmental Conservation … more
CLINTON — Hamilton College has now joined the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty. SHECP is a collaboration among 26 colleges and universities that integrates classroom study of poverty … more
WHITESBORO — A third-grade class at Marcy Elementary School is delivering comfort to terminally ill patients. The students delivered comfort pillows that they helped create for hospice patients at … more
The Mohawk Valley Community College Strategic Gaming Club raised $950 at October’s Extra Life Weekend 24-hour gaming marathon at the Utica campus, and all proceeds were donated to St. … more
I recently re-joined the gym. The next step in my goal of an overall healthy lifestyle. An action step that is only a piece of the metaphorical, and ironic, “pie” that is this lifestyle change. A … more
CLINTON — Updates on the Clinton Central School Technology Plan were presented during the Dec. 18 Board of Education meeting. Dr. Stephen L. Grimm, superintendent, explained that the state … more
WESTMORELAND — Westmoreland Central School will add security upgrades to its classrooms during holiday recess to include card reader locks for doors and security cameras. Existing access control … more
After filing for bankruptcy in October, Herb Philipson’s owner Guy Viti said that he believed the holiday shopping season would right his company’s finances.  As of this week, Viti says that … more
ORISKANY — Oriskany Central School Varsity Club helped raise $2,000 for a community member battling brain cancer and his family during a “Gray-Out” game featuring the girls’ varsity … more
LAKE PLACID (AP) — The German doubles team of Toni Eggert and Sascha Benecken walked off the track at Mount Van Hoevenberg as World Cup race winners, again. Russia’s Roman Repilov won the men’s … more
CLINTON — Kirkland Town Library, 55 1/2 College St., is holding a contest to determine the logo for the library’s first .5K. On Saturday, Feb. 2, the library will host a half-kilometer … more
UTICA — This is the final weekend for the annual Victorian Yuletide exhibit in Fountain Elms at Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute. Enjoy a festive holiday season, 19th-century style, through … more
Clinton and Camden were among area school districts that received approvals last week for Smart Schools Investment Plans that involve state funding for technology-related expenses, in the latest … more
WHITESTOWN — The sheriff’s office has released a set of 12 safety tips to get through the holidays, or all “12 Days of Christmas.” As this year’s holiday season quickly approaches, Oneida … more
Oneida County is in talks with milk processing companies to build a plant on county-owned land as a way of helping at least some dairy farmers who can’t find a market for all of their product. The … more
CLINTON — From Clinton and Sauquoit, to Rome, Sylvan Beach and even Herkimer, seniors from throughout Oneida County and beyond are gaining independence, staying active and making new friends while … more
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