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TOWN OF LEE — A fence restructuring for two adjacent baseball fields of different sizes at the town park is being proposed by the Town of Lee Little League organization, which is seeking funding … more
New local opportunities in quantum computing for SUNY Polytechnic Institute and the Rome Air Force Research Laboratory were cited Monday by U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer. Schumer, D-NY, was at the … more
Qualifying public and private landowners along rivers in New York may apply for a free bag of 25 tree and shrub seedlings for planting along streams, rivers, or lakes to help stabilize banks, … more
LOWVILLE — The Lowville American Legion, which like the greater organization is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, is hosting American Legion National Commander Brett Reistad with a … more
The Madison County Department of Solid Waste is adding three Saturdays this year for drop off for its free electronic waste collection program for residents in a partnership with The Arc of Madison … more
ONEIDA — The City of Oneida’s Common Council will review measures related to a water main extension project in its meeting tonight. The six-member body meets tonight at 6:30 in the council … more
Oneida County government is consolidating how it provides interpreting service for people who don’t speak English. The county Legislature last week approved a contract with Corporate Translation … more
On a snowy winter weekend, the number of skiers at Osceola-Tug Hill Cross Country ski center might rival that of the whole population of the surrounding town of Osceola in southwestern Lewis County. … more
Oneida County Health Department inspectors conduct unannounced and periodic checks of food service establishments to determine if they comply with the state codes, rules and regulations. Here are … more
CLINTON — There’s never a cop around when you need one, except if you live in Oneida County, that is. Oneida County Sheriff Rob Maciol, and his band of brother deputies and officers, have been … more
WAMPSVILLE — The deadline to register to vote in the Earlville village election March 19 is March 8. Anyone who has moved since they last registered must re-register. Registration forms are … more
ALBANY (AP) — All recipients of food stamps in New York will receive their March benefits a week earlier than scheduled. Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the early release is to ease the burden on those who … more
TOWN OF LEE — Mason David Mahosky’s parents had hoped he’d be born in the hospital. But the little guy had other ideas. Just like his great uncle nearly 40 years ago. According to mother Megan … more
Mentis Technologies, a startup company and a member of the Griffiss Institute Business Incubator in Rome, has received a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract to develop cybersecurity … more
ONEIDA — Students on Winter Break Feb. 19-22 can get out of the house for some special free programs at Oneida Public Library. First up is the Utica Zoomobile, which will stopping at the OPL on … more
Col. Paul M. Bishop, an Oriskany resident, formally took command of the New York Air National Guard’s 224th Air Defense Group (ADG) during an assumption of command ceremony Thursday at the … more
Congressman Anthony Brindisi has scheduled open houses at his Utica and Binghamton offices for this Tuesday and Feb 23, respectively. Brindisi’s offices will serve as constituent service centers, … more
TOWN OF LEE — The Town Board’s monthly meeting has been rescheduled for Monday, Feb. 18, at 7 p.m. at Lee Town Hall, 5808 Stokes-Lee Center Road. The meeting originally had been scheduled for … more
Amazon’s decision to not pursue a new corporate center in the New York City borough of Queens prompted reaction from Mohawk Valley state lawmakers and a renewed pitch to the company to set up in … more
The Most Rev. Thomas J. Costello, a Camden native whose family church was St. Peter’s of Rome and who became auxiliary bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, died today, the diocese announced. … more
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