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Madison County will not impose a fee on paper retail bags when a state law against plastic carryout bags takes effect in March of 2020, the Board of Supervisors voted. The state law adopted earlier … more
The Utica-Rome area’s nonfarm job count has fallen in the last year, according to a state Department of Labor report released Thursday. For the 12-month period ending with April 2019, the nonfarm … more
SHERRILL — The City of Sherrill will reprise its “Yard of the Month” contest, beginning this month. The city will select two properties with outstanding lawns in May, June, Juy, August and … more
ALBANY (AP) — More than 1,000 lifeguards are being sought by New York’s parks agency to staff its beaches and pools this summer. State park lifeguards must meet eligibility requirements including … more
ALBANY (AP) — The future of the Erie Canal will be the focus of a new state task force created to study how to reinvent the historic waterway as an economic engine. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo … more
The Booz Allen Hamilton company is expanding its Rome operations at an additional site at Griffiss Business and Technology Park and will create 60 new jobs, the Empire State Development (ESD) … more
The Veterans of the Valley History Symposium has been canceled. A free lecture, The Wehrmacht POW Camp in Utica, by David Cooney will be held in lieu of the symposium at 1 p.m. on Saturday. In June … more
UTICA — Keeping families together was the message as Kids Oneida officials announced the children’s emotional and mental health organization is changing it’s name to Integrated Community … more
VERNON CENTER — On Sunday, May 19, Vernon National Shooting Preserve, 3291 Burns Road, Vernon Center, and the Clear Path for Veterans will partner to hold the VNSP 11th annual Veterans’ Benefit … more
TOWN OF LEE — The town’s roadside leaf pickup program has faced problems this spring with leaf bags being packed too heavily, says town Highway Superintendent William Baker, who is urging town … more
LOWVILLE — Sunny days, flowers emerging, birds chirping, wild critters coming out of hibernation and warmer weather are not the only signs of spring for area residents. Slow Moving Vehicles (SMVs) … more
BOONVILLE — Although it has been a fixture in the Boonville Community for decades, the owners of the Great American food store are closing its doors, citing insurmountable challenges from … more
Former Oneida County legislator Michael Hennessy won a place on the November ballot Wednesday as the Democratic candidate for county executive after a state judge restored enough challenged petition … more
TOWN OF LEE — A proposed speed-limit reduction along an approximately 1.5-mile stretch of Route 26 in the northern edge of Lee, and a 3-2 vote to set a pay amount for a new water department laborer … more
The race for the Republican nomination for Oneida County executive grew more bitter and personal Wednesday with incumbent Anthony J. Picente Jr. angrily calling challenger David Gordon … more
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TOWN OF LEE — Spraying of the town park for ticks and mosquitoes is being aired by the Town Board, which has stopped short of letting it fly due to uncertainties on how to schedule it at the busy … more
A bill to make earned benefits available to veterans who served in the territorial waters off the shores of Vietnam and Korea during the use of the notorious defoliant Agent Orange has passed the … more
TOWN OF FORESTPORT — A benefit for a family of four displaced by a fire that destroyed their Woodhull Road home March 13 will be held from 1-5 p.m. Saturday, June 1 at Forestport Fire Department. … more
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation seeking public input prior to revising the Fulton Chain Wild Forest Unit Management Plan and plans a public meeting June 12 in Old Forge. … more
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