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WESTMORELAND — After five years of fund-raising, the Westmoreland Summer Activities Association has earned enough money to open Westmoreland Town Pool. The association raised close to $80,000, and … more
The U.S. Navy is sending one of its top planners home to Holland Patent to help landlocked communities like it know what the Navy does at sea and around the world. Rear … more
Of the 27 towns and cities in Oneida County, Rome has lost population the fastest since 2010, according to the latest estimates of population by the U.S. Census Bureau. Rome’s estimated population … more
VERNON — Westmoreland Pop Warner is hosting a raffle for designer purses to help raise money for the organization this evening at Vernon Downs. There will also be basket raffles and refreshments … more
A Community Round Table event involving “Our World in Data” will be June 11 from 7:30-9 a.m. at Hart’s Hill Inn, 135 Clinton St. in Whitesboro, said the Genesis Group of the Mohawk Valley … more
Young wildlife born this spring who look like they’ve been abandoned may not be and are best left alone for their own good, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation says. The DEC … more
ALBANY — The New York Power Authority has approved funding for a project to upgrade the electric power transmission network extending from Marcy to the Albany area, according to an announcement by … more
The Erie Canal from Sylvan Beach to Lock E-18 in Herkimer opened at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, May 22. Lock E-11 in Amsterdam to Lock E-17 in Little Falls will remain closed. Mariners traveling from the … more
Republican Assembly members representing Oneida County are joining their caucus in backing a bill in the New York Legislature that would exempt qualifying volunteer firefighters and ambulance workers … more
An article in the Thursday, May 16, edition of The Daily Sentinel, containing allegations by David Gordon, a candidate for Oneida County executive, had also claimed that Oneida County District … more
Rome Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People candidate’s forum. An article outlining candidates for county and city offices will be published in tomorrow’s … more
TOWN OF LEE — Repairs at the Lee Center firehouse, a review of fire hydrant sites and water access, and social media policy modifications were among topics for the town Board of Fire … more
The annual American Legion Auxiliary May Poppy Campaign is currently underway at American Legion posts throughout the nation and region. This year “National Poppy Day” will be observed on Friday, … more
ONEIDA — The city of Oneida’s Common Council will review proposed changes to the solid waste code next week. The six-member body meets Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers at the … more
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County is seeking a county resident with experience in agriculture, legal work, finance, youth development or science, technology, education and math to join … more
Applications are being accepted for Genius NY, the business competition focused on unmanned aerial systems and based in the central New York drone-development corridor between Rome and Syracuse. … more
Madison County will not impose a fee on paper retail bags when a state law against plastic carryout bags takes effect in March of 2020, the Board of Supervisors voted. The state law adopted earlier … more
The Utica-Rome area’s nonfarm job count has fallen in the last year, according to a state Department of Labor report released Thursday. For the 12-month period ending with April 2019, the nonfarm … more
SHERRILL — The City of Sherrill will reprise its “Yard of the Month” contest, beginning this month. The city will select two properties with outstanding lawns in May, June, Juy, August and … more
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