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Oneida County has kept high credit ratings from three major rating agencies and ended the past fiscal year with a surplus, the county announced today. Fitch rated the county AA, Standard and Poor … more
The Rome Wal-mart Supercenter at 5815 Rome-Taberg Road is serving as a site for a nationwide test of a program in which people using the main federal food-aid program can order groceries online, the … more
A workshop on how to select and plant trees in an urban setting is planned for 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Friday at the Central New York Conservancy, 1641 Genesee St., Utica, according to an announcement … more
A civilian aircraft that flew into restricted airspace over Washington, D.C. Saturday night prompted two fighter jets to be dispatched by NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command), which … more
UTICA ­— Oneida County officials are urging parents to vaccinate their children during National Infant Immunization Week, touting the benefits of vaccinations for a host of diseases from mumps and … more
ORISKANY — New York State Senate Deputy Minority Leader Joseph Griffo, R-47, Rome, Friday presented Fiber Instrument Sales in Oriskany with a New York State Senate Empire Award. The award … more
Spring cleaning in Floyd this year is about more than tidying up. It’s also about the start of town park improvements, tree planting and a new storage structure to keep road salt and sand from … more
The Zonta Club of the Oneida Area will award the Mildred Ridley Scholarship to a woman enrolled in a post-secondary program with a goal to enter or re-enter the work force. This is a cash award of … more
An annual Technology Expo will be held May 9 from 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Griffiss Institute, 725 Daedalian Drive. The free event is open to all Department of Defense military and civilian personnel, … more
Nicks Lake Campground and Day Use Area in Old Forge will provide a free First-Time Camper weekend on July 19-21, as one of several state sites offering the events this summer. Families that have … more
A company working in cybersecurity primarily for defense and described as home-grown in Rome is getting added help from Oneida County in hopes of helping it keep some of its operations at Griffiss … more
Staff Sgt. Michael Carson, an airman with the Rome-based Eastern Air Defense Sector, is the New York Air National Guard’s Honor Guard Program Manager of the Year, according to EADS. A computer … more
Former Oneida County legislator Mike Hennessy is going to court to get on the Democratic line in November for county executive after challenges to petition signatures he says was orchestrated by … more
BUFFALO — Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center and Oneida Healthcare have received a $1 million gift from an anonymous donor to their joint capital campaign to help complete a three-phase … more
The Utica-Rome area’s unemployment rate fell from February to March, from 4.9 to 4.7 percent, according to a report from the state Department of Labor. Unemployment in March was also down from a … more
Sign-ups are being taken for tours of the Madison County Courthouse at its May 25 grand re-opening after 18 months of restoration, the county Board of Supervisors announced. Guided tours will begin … more
The City Commission of the City of Sherrill has scheduled public hearings on the proposed amendments to ordinances dealing with garbage disposal and with dogs for 7:15 and 7:30 p.m., respectively, on … more
Next month the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways Council is hosting its sixth annual Youth Homeless Experience. The overnight immersion program is designed to teach any youth in grades 2-12 about … more
SHERRILL — A “StoryWalk” event for children and families will be held from April 27-May 5 at Robertson Park in Sherrill during daylight hours, to celebrate National Screen-Free Week. … more
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