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Oneida County continues to lose population, but a continued influx of people from other countries helped staunch the losses in the past year to a fraction of 1 percent, according to annual … more
ORISKANY — He may not be the new man in town, but he is the new man in charge. During village elections held last month, life-time resident Clifford O’Connor was elected mayor, following the … more
Two people were bitten by a feral cat in Sullivan that tested positive for rabies and are undergoing post-exposure treatment, prompting the Madison County Health Department to issue a reminder to … more
Some local government and civic institutions will be closed in observance of Good Friday on April 19, while others will remain open. Among them: Oneida County offices will be closed Friday, while … more
The Deployed Resources company of Rome is in line for a federal contract to provide temporary facilities in two Texas cities for families and unaccompanied alien children arriving at the southwest … more
The Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust has opened its annual Tug Hill Calendar Photo Contest and seeks great photos taken anywhere within the Tug Hill region. The winning photo will be featured as the … more
Government officials joined advocates Tuesday morning in placing pinwheels on the grounds of the Oneida County Child Advocacy Center in Utica to mark National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and a … more
The Democratic Committee of Oneida County on Tuesday announced the following candidates for public office. New York State Supreme Court judge: Bernadette Romano Clark, incumbent. Oneida County … more
First-term 22nd District Congressman Anthony Brindisi has raised more than 10 times that raised by the only announced active candidate to replace him, according to the first quarter financial reports … more
SYLVAN BEACH — Former county legislator and Sherrill city commissioner Michael Hennessy is starting what he admits is an uphill effort in running for Oneida County executive as a Democrat. Hennessy … more
ONEIDA — The city of Oneida’s Common Council will vote on measures related to upgrades at its Wastewater Treatment Plant in its meeting this week. The six-member body meets tonight at 6:30 in the … more
ALBANY (AP) — The Cuomo administration says sales of New York-produced food and beverage products at specially designated events and locations promoting local goods hit a record high last year. … more
Gasoline prices are continuing to rise locally as well as nationally, according to a AAA report. The national average price per gallon as of Monday was $2.83, up nine cents from last week and 12 … more
UTICA — Poll workers at last fall’s elections in at least two locations in Oneida County failed to stop people whose eligibility to vote was in question from casting ballots, a candidate for … more
U.S. District Court Judge David N. Hurd will preside over a Naturalization Ceremony to be conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 18 at U.S. District Court, Broad Street, Utica. Seventy-four individuals … more
Mud gates to trails and seasonal roads in the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Region 6 are closed effective immediately on forest preserve, state forest and conservation … more
The Zonta Club of the Oneida Area is taking applications for the Mildred Ridley Scholarship for a woman enrolled in a post-secondary program with a goal to enter or re- enter the work force and who … more
Friday, April 19 is the deadline for nonprofit organizations in Lewis, Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties involved in child care and early-childhood development to apply to the Northern New York … more
Motorists will encounter one-lane alternating traffic due to work at the Route 233 bridge over Wheeler Creek starting Monday, according to the New York Department of Transportation weekly road work … more
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