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Old Erie Golf Club and Worthy are partnering together for Women’s Day for a day of golf, drinks, and fun. more
It’s saucy, a Utica staple, and a little hard to describe: Tomato pie. more
Local cancer survivors and their caregivers will take the celebratory first lap Saturday, June 10 at the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Central NY. more
The New York State Police announced recent arrests in Oneida, Herkimer, Madison and Lewis counties. more
Work has begun on the Railroad Street Interceptor Sewer Project, which is why there are several rows of large, sea green pipes lined up along Railroad Street in Rome. more
A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at Rome Health Friday morning to dedicate a new women’s surgical suite in honor of two longstanding doctors at the facility. more
Oriskany Central School Board of Education Vice President Carl Graziadei has made clear he does not support the pending ban on school mascots. more
With prom right around the corner, Oneida High School is imploring students to be safe and responsible. more
An inmate at the Oneida County jail has died after an apparent drug overdose, according to Sheriff Robert M. Maciol. more
The Herkimer Junior/Senior High School Symphonic Band and Chamber Choir both received “Excellent” ratings at the Music in the Parks competition. more
There are some new faces in the office of Rep. Brandon Williams, R-22, Sennett. more
A 53-year-old man and his wife are accused of having sexual contact with an underage girl over the course of several years, according to the Madison County Sheriff's Office. more
A Utica man is facing felony drug charges following a warrant search executed at an Oswego Street home on Wednesday, according to the Utica Police Department. more
The Unique West Side Smoke Shop in Utica was raided with a search warrant on Wednesday as part of an ongoing investigation into untaxed cigarettes. more
The Mennonite Central Committee Mobile Meat Canner returned to Lowville’s Maple Ridge Center for the fourth year in a row. more
The Utica City School District Board of Education accepted a proposed $243,340,050 budget for the next school year, promising no tax increase to residents, plus other business at its recent meeting, more
Even though the day was frightening and emotional, Utica City School District Security and Safety Coordinator Hiram Rios said the events of April 4, 2023 actually showed him an impressive commitment to the safety of Proctor High School students. more
A Rome man is accused of putting his hand over a 1-year-old's mouth to try to smother their crying, according to the Rome Police Department. more
Chuck Haurik of Morrisville said Wednesday he appreciated the vast variety of programs offered at Madison-Oneida BOCES as he attended its Career and Technical Education Open House. See a video in the article. more
A 16-year-old male was charged in connection with a shooting that took place on Saturday. more
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