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Madison County supervisors brought updates from the county to the Oneida Common Council at Tuesday’s meeting, and the council is looking to create a city administrator/manager position. … more
The tables were packed at the Kallet Civic Center for the second public comment meeting regarding Oneida's Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI). Residents and other interested parties … more
It was a sea of red as more than 200 guests gathered for lunch Wednesday at Hart’s Hill Inn, 135 Clinton St., Whitesboro, to join the American Heart Association (AHA) in the fight … more
ROME — Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo is home to a spider monkey older than the hills that has befriended generations of zoogoers, from parents to children and grandchildren. Gummy is celebrating her … more
DEERFIELD — United Way of the Mohawk Valley honored, celebrated, and paid tribute to its 100 Heroes at a gathering on Sunday, May 15, at the Deerfield Fire Department. The celebration honored the … more
UTICA — After a week of rumors circulating, Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri confirmed that Brooklyn Pickle will be opening a store in downtown Utica. Brooklyn Pickle is a well known staple in the … more
UTICA — The Commercial Travelers Insurance building in downtown Utica at 70 Genesee St. will be receiving a new tenant, consulting firm company Barton & Loguidice as part of a mixed-use … more
Rome Police responded to a Cypress Street incident after a passing tractor trailer pulled down utility wires on Cypress Street shortly before 10 a.m. on Monday, May 16. more
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The second concert of the Clinton Symphony Orchestra of the Mohawk Valley’s 2021-22 season will feature Grammy-award winning violinist Yvonne Lam. The concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. … more
“Baby Shark Live!,” the fully immersive concert experience, will splash into Utica for a 6 p.m. performance Friday, May 20, at The Stanley Theatre, 261 Genesee St. The live show is based … more
Three Trenton Falls area fine artists, Martha Deming, Mary P. Murphy, and Lorraine VanHatten will present their work in the exhibit “The Barneveld 3 at Unity Hall” on Saturday and … more
For 30 years, math teacher William Angell drilled into his students the importance of precision and accuracy, skills he honed in mastering the construction of intricate craftsman style furniture. Two … more
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
UTICA — At the Uptown Theatre for Creative Arts, Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri and city officials outlined progress of several Utica Prosperity Initiative projects and the future of Utica. The Utica … more
LEE — A wide variety of topics were covered at the town of Lee’s monthly meeting, from the end of spring leaf pick up to a “little free library” to a warning about thefts. Thefts During the … more
UTICA — Work on the Nexus Center continues to “chug along” with an expected completion date in the fall of this year, said Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr., this week. Picente … more
ROME — The Rome Police Department’s Law Enforcement Day event will return in July after being absent the past two years due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The free, public event will be held at … more
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