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A total of 64 firearms were turned in at the New York State Attorney General’s Office’s gun buyback event in Rome on Saturday. more
The Oneida branch of the YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley, 701 Seneca St., will host a free series of wellness seminars. more
Pumpkins are a warm season vegetable grown throughout the United States. Besides being used as jack-o-lanterns, pumpkin is great to eat in pies, breads, butters, soups and more. more
“They came over and needed help, and once they got on their feet, they helped others. And that’s been the way it’s been for 200 years.” more
The New Hartford Town Board discussed ways to slim down its tentative 2023 budget at a Wednesday, Oct. 19 meeting.   more
Rome Free Academy senior Joe Corigliano admits he isn’t really the best student in a classroom — but get him in an educational experience outside of it. more
For the new head of the Oneida County Public Defender’s Office, helping indigent clients and those who can’t afford their own attorney is both her “passion” and a proud obligation. more
Starting today, a complete streets concept will be implemented on Genesee Street for a 90-day trial. more
From running a coffee shop to representing Utica’s first ward, Katie Aiello is on a mission to change the city of Utica for the better and to inspire people to do the same. more
On the heels of a historic $100 billion investment by Micron in the Syracuse suburb of Clay, U.S. Sen. Charles E. “Chuck” Schumer is doubling down and launching a new push. more
The Town of Ava Planning Board has scheduled a public hearing on a proposed campsite and retreat by the Restore Forward LLC on a 300-acre site near Webster Hill Road. more
There is no wolf running around the Village of Westmoreland — according to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. more
Tenth grade students from 10 Pathways in Technology Early College High School programs throughout New York State competed Friday. more
An active shooter call at Hugh R. Jones Elementary School in Utica on Thursday was a hoax and no one was in any danger. more
From Syracuse Hancock International to Griffiss International Airport, NUAIR has completed its first 50-mile drone flight beyond line of sight. more
The Rome Chamber of Commerce held its Congressional Candidates Forum on Wednesday, where Francis Conole and Brandon Williams answered some of the questions on constituents’ minds. more
Angela Storey of Oneida was 43 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2021. Genetic testing showed that she had an increased lifetime risk of cancer. more
A work study session Monday during the Rome City School District Board of Education’s regular meeting saw CPA Len Carissimo of D’Arcangelo & Co. LLC present findings of a recent audit. more
Utica City School District Superintendent Bruce Karam was placed on administrative leave Tuesday in a 4-2 vote by the district's Board of Education pending the completion of an investigation. more
Officials have identified the cause of the power outage that took place during the Utica Comets’ first game of the season at the Adirondack Bank Center at Utica Memorial Auditorium. more
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