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The Food Network’s “Restaurant: Impossible” will be coming to the Mohawk Valley next month. more
John Zielinski, Republican challenger in the race for the 119th State Assembly district, visited Owl Wire and Cable, Inc. on his campaign trail. more
Early voting for the upcoming general election opens today, Saturday, Oct. 29 and will run until Sunday, Nov. 6.    more
The Rome Free Academy Marching Band becomes a “second family” for its members, said Director Stephen Russell. more
A county survey of local youngsters is giving county officials a look at the “huge impact” the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the mental health of students. more
Utica has begun a 90-day trial period for a plan to make Genesee Street into a “complete street.” Now, the city requests public feedback on the trial changes. more
A Utica man was sentenced to state prison for attempted murder after a woman was struck by gunfire on Miller Street. more
The end of the year is breeding season for deer and moose, and state officials want you to be on the lookout for more active animals on area roadways. more
It was her children that she was worried about the most when breast cancer survivor Katie Waltermire received her diagnosis. more
Oneida County Clerk candidates Merima Smajic-Oren and Mary Finegan have answered a Q&A in order for voters to get to know them better. more
The Rome Fire Department raised $6,763.16 in its annual Fill the Boot fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. more
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation announced the start of construction of a new boat launch on the Barge Canal at Cove Road. more
With pickleball becoming more and more popular, places like Copper City Community Connection are making it available to the community. more
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. has announced that 545 youth volunteers serviced the homes of 100 senior citizens during the return of the Oneida County Intergenerational Fall … more
The Camden and Boonville police departments have issued a warning against buying scam T-shirts using their patches and branding. more
Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo and Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, both Republicans, praised efforts of Republican/Conservative County Clerk candidate Mary Finegan during a special press conference. more
Multiple organizations have committed to allocating a total of $45 million for investments in the Cornhill neighborhood of Utica. more
The streets around Mohawk Valley Community College were a sea of bright pink Sunday morning as the American Cancer Society's annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk returned. more
A Utica teenager has been indicted for attempted murder following a shooting on Dudley Avenue. more
Two armed and masked Black males are wanted by the Rome Police Department after gunfire broke out during an attempted robbery at Bill’s Variety, 504 W. Thomas St., Saturday night. more
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