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WATERTOWN — The Tug Hill Commission is hosting a free webinar called “A New Climate on Both Large and Small Scales” on Thursday, March 25 at 7 p.m. Meteorologist David Eichorn will provide an … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Claudia L. Tenney, R-22, has announced her support for a package of amendments to the legislation H.R. 1, also known as the For the People Act. In a press release, Tenney … more
ILION — United Mine Workers of America International President Cecil E. Roberts is calling on Roundhill CEO Richmond Italia to meet face-to-face and complete negotiations for an agreement for … more
AVA — Despite a host of unanticipated challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Leatherstocking Council, Boy Scouts of America are helping Camp Kingsley celebrate its 100th camping … more
TOWN OF LEE — The recent chill inside the Lee Center firehouse is expected to go away soon, following the town Board of Fire commissioners’ approval of replacing two furnaces there. The board … more
VERONA — Town Councilman Fred “Fritz” Scherz, Jr., has again created the Fred Scherz Sr. Memorial Scholarship for Volunteer Community Service.   The 12th annual scholarship will be in the … more
UTICA — There were 24 new positive COVID-19 cases reported in Oneida County on Tuesday, continuing the trend of fewer positive cases over the past several weeks. The two-dozen cases brought the … more
BOONVILLE — Charlie’s Liquors hosted a famous personality Friday for a liquor tasting event as Eric “Senior” Soluri was in town to showcase Full Throttle Spirits, the liquor brand of Full … more
NEW HARTFORD — The bereavement staff at Hospice & Palliative Care will conduct a series of virtual workshops specific to those dealing with a death during COVID-19. The include: Grief During … more
SCHENECTADY — Price Chopper/Market 32 and its trade partner Freihofer’s have just completed another successful annual corporate giving program, raising more than $200,000 to benefit three … more
State Senator Rachel May, D- Syracuse, has introduced legislation to expand the state’s Grown and Certified Program to include fiber-based textile manufacturers.  The bill (S.3396) would enable … more
Area high school seniors and current college students can apply for the 2021 New York Conference of Italian-American State Legislators Academic and Athletic Scholarships, according to information … more
VERNON — The Town of Vernon Republican committee is endorsing the following individuals for local and county candidates for the 2021 elections: Town supervisor for 2-year term - Incumbent Randy … more
UTICA — Dozens of people arrived early Monday to receive COVID-19 vaccinations at a “pop-up” clinic at the Tabernacle Baptist Church, 13 Clark Place. The event — which began at 10 a.m. and … more
BINGHAMTON — The National Weather Service's Binghamton forecast office has issued a high wind warning from 1 p.m. Monday afternoon through 10 a.m. Tuesday morning as well as a wind chill advisory … more
ALBANY — Construction has begun on an $854 million project to upgrade energy transmission along a 93-mile 345-kilovolt line in the Mohawk Valley and Capital Region. The Marcy to New Scotland … more
UTICA — The Utica Zoo has openings for both in-person and virtual animal encounters through summer 2021 with a wide variety of options available. Due to unpredictable COVID-19 outbreaks, encounter … more
The Fort Stanwix Chapter of the National Organization of Daughters of the American Revolution has announced its annual Flag Essay contest is under way. ‘ Students in grades five and six in the … more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-Marcy, has tested positive for COVID-19, according to a Thursday statement from her office. Buttenschon said in a statement, “Over the weekend, after … more
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