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Nearly 200 graduates lined the inner-campus lawn at Cazenovia College Saturday morning to celebrate completing their degrees.  Class of 2022 Valedictorian Jennifer … more
FRANKFORT — The Frankfort-Schuyler Community Health and Wellness Fair took place this week to highlight the importance of individuals taking care of their mental, physical and emotional well-being. … more
Lilacs are one of the most beloved shrubs. Some are classified as small trees, but it doesn’t matter: it’s the carefree flowering, the fragrance, and the low maintenance that is attractive. … more
CANASTOTA — Canastota Central School District (CCSD) is the latest area district to officially become a Connected Community school. While Connected Community Schools (CCS) has been a part of the … more
The 2022 Drone Festival at Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica — held Saturday, April 30 — featured interactive drone demonstrations, racing drone and flight demos, hands-on racing … more
MADISON — Imagine, as a student, not having to worry about basic needs so you can excel in your academics and social wellbeing. That’s what Connected Community Schools (CCS) hopes to provide … more
ROME — Tickets for the Rome Free Academy production of the musical, Newsies, are now on sale for $8 through Thursday, or $10 at the door. Presale tickets are available at Jervis Public Library, 613 … more
It’s a good year to try something new. Turkey hunting can challenge even the seasoned hunter, plus it is a great excuse to get up early and get outside. Spring youth turkey weekend is quickly … more
ROME — Superofficial, a new gourmet coffee and tea cafe sharing space with The Copper Easel, will celebrate its grand opening at 216 W. Dominick Street this Friday. Extensive renovations have … more
CLINTON — Kirkland Town Library, 55 1/2 College St., is hosting Art Show Earth Day 2022 — ongoing through the month of April — featuring a quilt created with squares made by CNY Green Bucket … more
ROME — Growing up in a huge Latinx family with a big influence from music teachers he grew up with in middle school and Rome Free Academy, Esteban Jino Vazquez enjoys success in his home of Ohio today … more
ROME — Members of the Rome Rotary Club and the Rome Free Academy chapter of the Interact Club are combining efforts for a special Earth Day project, Canal Clean Sweep, at Bellamy Harbor Park from 1 to … more
UTICA — The Mohawk Valley Health System will host an in-person hiring event from 3 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 13, at Wynn Hospital construction offices conference room, 201 Lafayette St. in … more
Dozens of local youngsters participated in the annual Oneida County 4-H Horse Communications events on March 19 at the Municipal Commission in Boonville and April 2 at the Oneida County Cornell … more
ONEIDA — With warm weather and spring finally here, Jessica’s Heroes kicked off their fundraising efforts to help cancer patients with an Adult Easter Egg Hunt. “We completely sold out,” … more
UTICA — After years of delays and advocacy from state Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, the New York State Gaming Commission has adopted final regulations for Charitable Gaming Act, Griffo said. Last … more
DEANSBORO — Though gone for two years due to the pandemic, the annual Daniel Barden Mudfest is back, ready to welcome people for a great time and a good cause. Slated for Saturday, April 23, the … more
Work could begin as early as Monday on two area road projects according to a New York State Department of Transportation spokesman. Signs in the area will provide traffic details, the officials said, … more
TUPPER LAKE — Tina Merrihew has been making fresh, fried donuts for more than 30 years. It’s a skill she’s had to work to perfect. “It’s not as easy as it looks,” she says. Merrihew is … more
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