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The village of Canastota, in conjunction with American Legion Post #140, has announced the annual Memorial Day parade and remembrance ceremony. more
The Oneida Community Mansion House will host its second annual classic car show on June 3 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. more
The American Martial Arts Institute, under the direction of Grandmaster Clifford C. Crandall, Jr., is sponsoring a one-day women’s self-defense class. more
A judge has dismissed the lawsuit that Michael Hennessy — a candidate for Oneida County Executive — filed against the Oneida County Board of Elections and the objector to his petitions.  more
Oneida County has launched additional surveys for its Kellogg Road and West Chestnut Street projects in New Hartford and Rome, respectively.  more
Oneida County Tourism has announced the departure of President Kelly Blazosky, effective June 30. more
Naturally Lewis, in partnership with Lewis County, completed a Request for Expressions of Interest and Request for Proposals. more
A Utica man was arrested after damaging a kiosk servicing the Oneida County Department of Family and Community Services, according to the Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol. more
The Madison County Public Health Department reported its third positive case of rabies this year. more
A domestic dispute in New Hartford led to felony charges, according to the New Hartford Police Department. more
Nine students in the fourth grade book club at McConnellsville Elementary School in the Camden Central School District recently helped collect 465 non-perishable food and toiletry items. more
EndOD — a national overdose prevention program — is now available in Madison County, thanks to a partnership between Madison County Public Health and Partnership to End Addiction. more
Cornell Cooperative Extension Oneida County is hosting a free Urban Agriculture Learning Lab series. more
Upstate University Hospital’s Mammography Van will visit Jervis Public Library on Friday, May 19, for a breast cancer screening clinic. more
The Rome branch of the YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley welcomes yoga instructor Amy Otero to its health and fitness team. more
Area school districts sent their proposed 2023-24 budgets, potential Board of Education candidates and other propositions to the polls Tuesday, May 16 for district residents’ approval. more
Mayor Jacqueline Izzo will resume her Walk with the Mayor neighborhood program. more
As warmer weather starts to settle in, children of all ages and abilities will now be able to utilize a new inclusive playground at T.R. Proctor Park. more
Though it’s got a new name, Games People Play has been a card and board game hobbyist’s go-to spot for years. more
The man convicted of robbing the Adirondack Bank in Utica was sentenced to three-and-a-half to seven years in state prison, according to Oneida County Court officials. more
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