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Legislation designating a portion of Route 365 as the Oneida County Korean Veterans Memorial Highway has been signed into law by Gov. Kathy Hochul. more
Accused of stabbing his parents to death on Oneida Road in Rome last fall, Kyle J. Kirk has been ruled mentally fit to return to Oneida County Court. more
Two non-fatal shootings from over the weekend are under investigation in the City of Utica, according to the Utica Police Department. more
A family of three has been displaced from their home on East Hinds Avenue in Sherrill following a fire Friday night ... more
A 36-year-old man is accused of shoplifting granola bars ... more
A Rome man is accused of attacking a woman on Expense Street in violation of an order of protection ... more
A 31-year-old man is facing multiple weapons charges after several shots were fired on City Street late Friday night ... more
A 26-year-old man is accused of attacking his girlfriend on Mill Street very early Sunday morning, including choking her with a curtain rod and a shotgun ... more
Two people were hospitalized after their car hit a tree on Route 315 in Marshall Friday night, according to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office. more
Two adults and one child were hospitalized after one driver ran a stop sign, leading to a two-vehicle crash at Bartlett and West Carter roads Saturday morning ... more
One man was killed when his dirt bike collided with a motor vehicle in Utica late Sunday night, according to the Utica Police Department. more
The Old Forge Library and Town of Webb Historical Association are hosting Local History and Stories, a series featuring a different presentation of local subjects ... more
A California city that was destroyed by an earthquake in 1925 was beautifully rebuilt with the help of a Rome native. Architect James Joseph Plunkett was born in Rome in 1900. The Pacific Coast … more
Something unusual happened during the picnic for our church choir. I brought along a swimsuit and towel and actually used them. more
The New York State Police arrests from July 16 to July 21. more
Oneida Police Department arrests from July 14 to July 18. more
The Oneida Fire Department bid a fond farewell to Deputy Chief Jeff White on Friday as the deputy chief retires and starts the next chapter of his life. more
Officials held their final public information meeting presenting the 11 projects the Local Planning Committee recommends to receive a chunk of nearly $10 million awarded to the city in state funding. more
Officials from Mohawk Valley Health System and the Communications Workers of America and United Food and Commercial Workers unions ... more
After 114 years of serving the local community and a recent maelstrom of events, the iconic Savoy Restaurant, which closed its doors last year ... more
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