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Oneida County reported two new deaths related to COVID-19 this weekend as total confirmed cases reached 1,019. Both of the deaths, reported Saturday, were related to nursing homes. The county has had … more
WAMPSVILLE — Madison County announced today that SUNY Upstate Medical University will provide another mobile testing clinic in the community. Upstate will bring its Mammography Van, which has been … more
Here is a list of new potential public exposures to the coronavirus as reported by the Oneida County Health Department and the Oneida County Executive's Office. In all cases, the individual wore a … more
ALBANY — The state Department of Motor Vehicles has announced that beginning Thursday, June 4, it will accept transactions through secure drop boxes located at each office. County Clerks that … more
SYRACUSE — Bishop Douglas J. Lucia, of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, has reached out to residents across the diocese in the wake of protests over the death of George Floyd in … more
Oneida County has identified the following sites of potential public COVID-19 exposure to a person confirmed to have the coronavirus that causes it. In each case, the person wore a mask, county … more
Fort Rickey Discovery Zoo, at 5135 Rome New London Road, has announced they will be able to opening in a reservation only style on June 20, according to a Facebook post. “Due to the COVID-19 … more
Politicians, including those at the federal level and at least one Democrat, weighed in negatively on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s handling of the opening of the second phase of pandemic reopening. On … more
The Mohawk Valley region, along with most of upstate New York, has gotten the go-ahead to enter the second phase of pandemic business reopening, but it was several hours later than expected and came … more
NEW YORK — Assemblyman John Salka, R-121, Brookfield, is leading the charge to restore balance to New York state’s emergency power statues by introducing legislation limiting the governor’s … more
Farmers of agricultural commodities that have declined 5 percent or more in price or who had losses due to market supply chain disruptions due to COVID-19 and face additional significant market costs … more
Alder Creek Solar and Apex Clean Energy, developers of the Alder Creek Solar project in Boonville and Forestport, have announced the recipients of their spring 2020 community grants. The grants are … more
Electricity supplies are expected to be adequate to meet peak summer demand, the organization that oversees power distribution in New York state announced Thursday. The New York Independent System … more
The following events are canceled for the Oriska Valley Seniors in Oriskany Falls due to the corona-virus and social distancing: Monthly meeting, June 4; Bus trips on June 23 and July 30. The group … more
UTICA — Excellus BlueCross BlueShield estimates that New Yorkers used telehealth benefits about 290,000 times last year. In the first four months of 2020, a time period marked by the global spread … more
Malls, dine-in and on-premise restaurant and bar service, large venues, gyms, video lottery venues and casinos, movie theaters except drive-ins, amusement parks, aquariums, bowling alleys, zoos and … more
Oneida County, the Mohawk Valley and much of upstate New York appear to have met the standards for moving to the next phase of reopening the economy, but whether they’ve gotten the official … more
Sherrill has the highest 2020 Census response rate among cities in New York, with 79 percent of households having responded. Oneida County ranks 20th among the state’s 62 counties, with a response … more
Delta Lake State Park is awaiting more details from state government officials in Albany before opening its campgrounds, following Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s announcement Sunday that campgrounds would … more
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