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Do you have eagle eyes? Or better yet, an eye for eagles? If so, local birdwatchers could use your help as they prepare for the Audubon Society’s 119th Annual Christmas Bird Count.   Since the … more
New York state has opened the first two of five planned problem gambling centers funded by fees paid by commercial casinos, the Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services announced. The … more
TOWN OF LEE — Incumbent Tracy Carpenter was re-elected to the town Board of Fire Commissioners in the election Tuesday night. Carpenter defeated challenged Michael Dibble by a 83-49 margin and … more
A two-day Quantum Science and Engineering workshop at the Griffiss Institute highlighted collaborative opportunities to expand academic, research and commercialization opportunities across the state, … more
Major construction on the Veterans Memorial Bridge on Burrstone Road over the North-South Arterial in Utica has been completed, according to an announcement Tuesday by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced. … more
Part-time appointed Oneida City Court Judge Mike Misiaszek is running for the six-year full-time city judge position expected from the pending retirement of Judge Anthony Eppolitto, he announced last … more
Patrick Cady, deputy director of the Oneida County Probation Department since 2013, has been named its director, County Executive Anthony Picente Jr. announced. Cady replaces David Tomidy, who … more
Oneida County is in talks with milk processing companies to build a plant on county-owned land as a way of helping at least some dairy farmers who can’t find a market for all of their product. The … more
WAMPSVILLE — Madison County’s longest serving supervisor James V. Rafte died at the age of 86 at his home on Thursday. “The Madison County Employees and Board of Supervisors send their … more
Friday was the last day on the job for Oneida County Probation Director David Tomidy after joining the department as a probation officer 45 years ago and becoming director in 2006. During that time, … more
Although his final results were not ideal while competing at a national video game tournament in Las Vegas last weekend in an expenses-paid trip, local gamer Thomas Palmer still found plenty to like … more
ONEIDA — Community Bank N.A. and Oneida Savings Bank Charitable Foundation recently pledged $250,000 to Oneida Healthcare Center to support its fundraising efforts for a new cancer diagnosis and … more
The City of Sherrill has scheduled a public hearing on the 2019 city budget, which comes with a 20-cent increase in the tax rate, for 7:15 p.m. Monday at the Sherrill Court building, 373 Sherrill … more
A new display containing items from the career of Navy sailor Gerald James “Bob” Magee of Utica, who was killed aboard the USS Arizona in the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, will be unveiled on … more
The New York State Department of Transportation reports the following construction, maintenance and permits on roads in the Mohawk Valley for the week of Dec. 3: Oneida County Utica: Burrstone Road … more
CITY OF SHERRILL — Growing up in Rome, Andrea Maranville can still remember the platter of Italian Christmas cookies that her grandmother always served from the old Roman Pastry shop. Trying to … more
Assured Information Security (AIS) of Rome on Monday announced a continued commitment to advancing the unmanned aerial systems (UAS)/drone industry, in conjunction with the state’s UAS Central Job … more
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