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Three Rome Lab airmen have become part of the new United States Space Force (USSF), and are the lab’s first USSF Guardians. Capt. William Dallmann, 1st Lt. Rufino Villena, and 1st Lt. William … more
VERNON — The Vernon town offices at 4305 Peterboro Road, Vernon, will be closed on Monday, Feb. 15, in observance of Presidents Day. more
Among statewide COVID-19 announcements on Friday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that restaurant and bar closing times will be extended to 11 p.m. statewide beginning Sunday, Feb. 14. This, given the … more
TOWN OF LEE — Holding off on letting the public reserve usage of Lee Town Park facilities for event gatherings, and being nearly finished compiling a state-mandated health emergency plan for … more
VERONA BEACH — A week after getting up close and personal with a fisher, the Verona Beach State Park’s trail camera had more nocturnal visitors — with a pair of coyotes being featured on the … more
It’s a game of supply and demand as local shops have worked to overcome a host of pandemic-related problems so Cupid can arrive with an armful of flowers in bloom for Valentine’s Day. As couples … more
UTICA — The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors has Kari Puleo as the chamber’s new executive director. She will replace Meghan Fraser McGrogan with the official transition … more
NEW YORK (AP) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo has further loosened coronavirus restrictions on New York restaurants in response to a recent dip in infections. The Democratic governor said on Friday that … more
State Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-47, Rome, is calling attention to legislation he introduced that would make the state’s government more transparent, responsive and accountable to those it represents, … more
BOONVILLE — Town and village residents in Boonville have some new phone numbers to learn to access local officials and departments as the result of a new phone system which was installed on … more
WAMPSVILLE — Madison County Department of Health is preparing to begin vaccinating residents with comorbidities. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said that starting Monday, Feb. 15, adult New Yorkers with the … more
Republican Claudia Tenney of New York was sworn in Thursday as a member of Congress, reclaiming a seat she lost two years ago and then regained — barely — after one of the nation’s most … more
Statewide, numbers associated with the COVID-19 pandemic are continuing to go down. On Thursday, information from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office indicated the statewide positivity rate was 3.54% which … more
ALBANY — Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo is encouraging New Yorkers to take advantage of the upcoming first Free Fishing Weekend of 2021, on Feb. 13-14, when anglers are permitted to fish for free without a … more
ORISKANY — The village board unanimously voted Tuesday to establish a local law to override the lax levy limit at its regular monthly meeting held online via Zoom. A public hearing regarding the … more
Valentine’s Day is the time where people have a chance to remind their loved ones how much they are appreciated. This year, just over half of U.S. adults plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day, … more
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s Wednesday COVID-19 briefing largely focused on a large-scale vaccination campaign slated for the New York City area as statewide positivity rates fell to 4.02% as of … more
NEW HARTFORD — Local Girl Scout troops will return to Sangertown Square for their annual Girl Scout Cookie fundraiser. This year’s fundraiser will consist of weeklydrive-thru events starting on … more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, will conduct a virtual budget town hall from noon to 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 17, via Zoom.  The meeting will give residents the opportunity to … more
UTICA — The Mohawk Valley Health System has closed its Respiratory Triage Trailer at the St. Luke’s Campus, 1656 Champlin Ave., and has moved the service into the Emergency Department at St. … more
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