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Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. has announced that all Oneida County government facilities will be closing to the public at 3 p.m. today due to inclement weather. more
The City of Rome is accepting applications for 2023 summer employment. Positions include summer park attendants, general seasonal maintenance and laborers, and pool attendants. more
Keaton & Lloyd Bookshop, 238 W. Dominick St., held its Oodles of Noodles event Saturday afternoon. more
A public hearing has been scheduled Monday, March 20, at the Town Justice Building on Mechanic Street, Port Leyden. more
For the 14th year, non-perishable food items will be collected during Utica’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday, March 11. more
As climate disasters, blood donation needs and other emergencies upend lives, local community heroes are stepping up to care for one another. more
The Mohican Model A Ford Club Officers and Board of Directors for 2023 meet monthly at St. Paul's Methodist Church in Oneida. more
The town of Georgetown is updating its comprehensive plan and is holding a public hearing on Wednesday, March 15, at 7 p.m. at the Georgetown Town Hall, Madison County. more
The Utica St. Patrick’s Day Parade will host their 14th annual food drive. more
Registration is underway for Camden’s pre-K and kindergarten classes for the next school year.  more
The Pal 2 Pal Club at Perry Junior High School recently raised funds to support the #Lime for Luke Pediatric Cancer Fund in honor of New Hartford student Luke Radel. more
Did you miss these frequently read Daily Sentinel articles that were published Monday, Feb. 20 to Friday, Feb. 24? more
Oneida soccer coach Dale McCormick, wasn’t just someone who taught the game but who taught about life and helped build a program at Oneida where those lessons can live on. more
Did you miss these frequently read Daily Sentinel articles that were published Monday, Feb. 12 to Friday, Feb. 18? more
These local pets are looking to join a new family. more
At their Jan. 27 home game, the Remsen Central School JV and varsity girls volleyball teams raised $400, as well as pet food and supplies to donate to Anita’s Stevens Swan Humane Society. more
The Town of Lee Democratic Committee is seeking candidates for the upcoming November elections.  more
United Way of the Mohawk Valley’s 211 hotline is experiencing challenges with the three-digit dialing of 2-1-1, impacting residents of Oneida, Herkimer, and Madison counties. more
Rome Chapter NAACP has planned several events throughout February in celebration of Black History Month. more
The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum in Peterboro provides descriptions of the Black History Matters free online videos for the second week of February 2023. more
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