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NEW HARTFORD—  The New Hartford Chamber of Commerce has announced that its Farmers Market will begin on June 4 at 3 p.m. in a Sherrill Brook Park on New Paris Road (State Route 12). The Farmers … more
Some 450 youth volunteers helped clean the yards of 100 senior citizens during the 11th Annual Oneida County Intergenerational Spring Clean-Up this past weekend. The initiative unites youth from area … more
Bathrooms have been renovated and parking lots are being expanded as part of the larger Erwin Park improvement project in Boonville. The work is supported by Friends of Erwin Park, which has started … more
ORISKANY — With $1.4 million in grant monies from the BRIDGE NY Program, the Utica Street Bridge is about to receive a face-lift. Owned by the Town of Whitestown, the bridge has been … more
The Central and Northern New York Building Trades and Construction Trades Council has endorsed candidates for elected office in Rome, the council announced. The candidates listed were screened by … more
Oneida County lawmakers are considering a resolution opposing state legislation extending labor protections including overtime, a full day off each week and the right to form unions to farm workers. … more
Made in Utica, the arts and business promotion organization, plans to celebrate its fifth anniversary with a Birthday Bash noon to 4 p.m. May 18 at Handshake City, the venue on a formerly abandoned … more
The Air Force has no immediate plans to dig up or otherwise mitigate remains of a firefighting chemical linked to ill health effects because while the chemicals have been confirmed to be in … more
UTICA — A local law establishing an online registry of convicted animal abusers in Oneida County is being held up at least a month over concerns by at least two lawmakers that it might harm … more
Oneida County legislators are moving closer to taking over legal ownership and responsibility for the largest building at the county-owned Griffiss International Airport in hopes of reigning in huge … more
The Utica Zoo announced the arrival of several new baby animals. The most recent additions to the Utica Zoo family were a trio of Trans-Caspian Urial lambs born in the early morning hours of April … more
Oneida County employees raised $1,710 through a dress-down day and bake sale booth on May 3. The employees donated the money to the Kelberman Center’s Walk for Autism Mohawk Valley event at SUNY … more
A raccoon tested positive for rabies in Kirkland after it was killed by a pet dog on Monday, but no humans were exposed, the Oneida County Health Department announced. The Health Department received … more
A “Meet the Candidates” night for various election races that involve Rome will be held May 20 at 7 p.m. at Zion Episcopal Church, 140 W Liberty St., and will be hosted by the Rome chapter of the … more
A public employees union is joining the family of a 51-year-old Rome man who depends on a ventilator they say is being forced to leave his state-certified community residence with 24-hour nursing … more
Work on improvements and enhancement to the Nick’s Lake campground and day-use area in Old Forge will continue through May, with a new season opening date to be announced, the New York state … more
SYLVAN BEACH — As soon as sunny skies and warmer temperatures become more summer-like and the village gears up for the Memorial Day weekend in a few weeks, officials said the supervised swimming … more
The Utica Zoo will once again offer free admission to mothers this coming Sunday, May 12 for Mothers’ Day. The zoo will open at its regular time of 10 a.m. and close at 4:45 p.m. Regular admission … more
Congressman Anthony Brindisi, D-22nd Dist., is among three co-sponsors of a House bill that would give federal authorities more ways to fight importation and trafficking of opioids. The first-term … more
State Sen. Joe Griffo, 4-47th Dist. of Rome, joined by law enforcement officials, is pushing crime-related legislation in response to measures adopted by state lawmakers this year intended to reform … more
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