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UTICA — In an effort to keep a lid on the costs of third-party food delivery services, Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. has signed an executive order to limit the amount that vendors … more
ILION — Cecil E. Roberts, president of the United Mine Workers of America International, issued remarks on Thursday defending workers of Remington Arms and denying rumors of an intended strike at … more
VERONA BEACH — Looking for some wild nightlife as winter and COVID-19 drag on? The folks at Verona Beach State Park have you covered with “Wildlife Wednesdays.” Every Wednesday throughout the … more
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated 17 New York counties as primary natural disaster areas, making farmers who suffered losses caused by recent natural disasters in and … more
ALBANY — The state received some good news on several fronts in continuing efforts to get some control in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, according to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Friday. During … more
TOWN OF LEE — Land that is part of the property for a new Dollar General store being built on Turin Road, but not needed for the project, will be donated to the nearby Evergreen Cemetery … more
TRENTON — A horse has tested postive for rabies in the town of Trenton, according to an announcement on Wednesday by the Oneida County Health Department. The horse was sent to the state Department … more
A number of liquor licenses belonging to Circle K properties throughout Central New York are listed as expired — meaning the once well stocked beer coolers and caves in the convenient store chain … more
VERONA — Award season continues at Turning Stone as US News & World Report ranks The Lodge as the fourth best resort in New York. In its annual 15 Best Resorts list, the magazine ranks the best … more
UTICA — It’s not exactly a slam dunk, but local athletes of high-risk winter sports got an assist from Oneida County officials on Wednesday, who issued guidance to help make possible … more
Wednesday hosted another flurry of court filings in the ongoing 22nd congressional district post-election legal wrangling between Republican challenger Claudia Tenney, and incumbent Rep. Anthony … more
During the 24-hour period of Feb. 2, Oneida County saw 54 new positive cases and one new COVID-19 related death. As daily numbers continue to fall, officials continue to work toward expanding … more
The local Boy Scouts of America Leatherstocking Council is asking the public to help them reach their goal of $200,000 to help support a new welcome center at its Camp Kingsley facility in Ava — … more
Oneida County Tourism has launched a campaign that will highlight Oneida County’s culinary offerings, according to a release. “... OCT’s A-to-Z Food Tour will highlight your favorite dishes … more
TOWN OF LEE — An ongoing court case over a Lee Center firehouse renovation, plus furnace problems and the Lake Delta Volunteer Fire Department finishing temporary use of a town fire district … more
UTICA — Excellus BlueCross BlueShield earned high marks for the seventh consecutive year from the Corporate Equality Index, a national benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and … more
The Working Families Party today announced that it is screening candidates for endorsement for this year’s local and judicial elections. The Central New York Chapter is seeking candidates from the … more
UTICA — Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS) has started a shuttle service at its St. Luke’s campus. Patients can park their car and get a ride right to the front door of the campus and also be … more
Ronald Belle, president and CEO of AmeriCU Credit Union, has been elected to the Mohawk Valley EDGE Board of Directors. Mohawk Valley EDGE is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to strengthening … more
KIRKLAND — The town of Kirkland has been designated a Clean Energy Community by the state Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), recognizing its leadership in reducing energy use, … more
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