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WHITESTOWN — A bat has tested positive for rabies in Whitestown, the Oneida County Health Department has reported. The bat was sent to the state Department of Health Wadsworth Center for testing on … more
In a Wednesday announcement, Oneida County noted that Moderna and Johnson & Johnson booster shots are now available at county-operated vaccination sites, according to a release. “Vaccination is … more
TOWN OF LEE — The Lee Town Board passed the town’s 2022 budget unanimously, cementing 40 years of no town tax levy for residents at a special meeting on Tuesday. Among items in the $2,797,322 … more
NEW YORK — New York is the best state to work from home in, according to a study by Amerisleep. The research examined both work environment and home-living environment – and then calculated to … more
BLOSSVALE — It’s no trick but rather a $20,837 treat for the owner of a top prize-winning Take 5 lottery ticket was sold this weekend at the Y Hill Express, 2344 Route 49. A customer bought the … more
In September, Congresswoman Claudia Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, launched Community Opportunity Surveys for constituents and business owners residing in New York’s 22nd Congressional District, both … more
WAMPSVILLE — Madison County has announced that the County Courthouse will be illuminated green Nov. 7-13 as part of Operation Green Light, in support veterans of all military conflicts, with a … more
VERONA — Councilman Fred “Fritz” Scherz Jr. from Verona, announced he is officially running again for re-election to the Verona Town Board in this year’s upcoming election. Scherz has earned … more
UTICA — In a Monday announcement, Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri announced a partnership with the HomeOwnershipCenter on a residential rehabilitation project for Utica residents. Earlier this year, … more
This election season which ends Nov. 2, voters are able to select a new Oneida County Family Court Judge on their ballot. In the running are Jason Flemma, running on the Republican and Conservative … more
UTICA — Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri Tuesday announced personnel from the Utica Zoo will be participating in the Mayor’s weekly Quality of Life Sweep on Wednesday, Oct. 27. The sweep will begin at … more
Across the state on Monday, there were 34 virus-related deaths and on Tuesday there were 2,203 new virus cases since the last report on Monday. Drilling down in the numbers, in Oneida County, there … more
Here’s a list of the candidates on ballots for voters to choose from in the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 2. Oneida County Justice of the Supreme Court, 5th Judicial District Anthony Brindisi … more
UTICA — “Devils, Fairies & Ghosts – Spooky Irish Tales and Tunes for Samhain” will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, at the Irish Cultural Center of the Mohawk Valley, 623 Columbia St. … more
On Monday, U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand toured the Innovare Advancement Center ahead of a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Colonel Timothy J. Lawrence Quantum Laboratory.  “...The opening of … more
This election season, voters are able to select their choices in a number of state and local races. Running for the State Supreme Court Justice seat in the fifth judicial district is Anthony … more
UTICA — The average gas price has increased 10 cents in New York from last week, rising to a seven-year high of $3.52 per gallon. Today’s price is 25 cents higher than a month ago ($3.27), and … more
On Sunday, there were 28 COVID-19-related deaths across New York and Monday’s statewide seven-day average positivity rate was measured at 2.10%, according to information from Gov. Kathy Hochul’s … more
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is another installment in a series of columns highlighting the area’s agricultural community. WESTMORELAND — The farm operation George and Elaine Joseph purchased on Route … more
ALBANY — Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, participated in a Thursday hearing regarding the New York State Division of Veteran’s Services in Albany which focused on the structure … more
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