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WEST WINFIELD – The Millers Mills Community is again planning its annual Ice Harvest for Sunday, Feb. 13. As always, this event is subject to Mother Nature’s fickle ways. Both sufficient ice to … more
HERKIMER – Arc Herkimer, 350 S. Washington St., has named Courtney Brown as the agency’s new public relations director.  Brown will lead the marketing and public relations efforts for all Arc … more
UTICA—Singer-songwriter Nick Vanderwood, of Utica, released a new single and music video entitled “Little Vacation,” on Friday, Jan. 21. The song was written at the beginning of the pandemic … more
In Fort Myers, which is in Florida and where I am vacationing for a few days, there is a consignment shop, the Hope Chest. There are three things I like about Hope Chest. One, everything is neat, … more
“Memories light the corners of my mind. Misty, water colored memories of the way we were.” Great song by Barbara Streisand that defines what many of us do as we get older. It’s fine that we … more
A terrarium is a mini garden in a clear glass container. It can be an open or closed design; closed terrariums have a lid on the container. Both open and closed terrariums are a great way to display … more
CLINTON — In 2021, the Hamilton College Town-Gown Fund reached a milestone — $1 million in gifts and grants to aid the work of local non-profits and public service agencies that serve the … more
CANASTOTA —Artist Scott Mott has returned to the Canastota Public Library with his latest art exhibit, “Turf Grass Inspired.” This exhibit includes a series of mixed media work as well as … more
ONEIDA — A variety of proposed legislation await the city’s Common Council at its meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 1 at 6:30 p.m. at Oneida City Hall. The regular agenda is as follows: Designate Polling … more
In a letter to New York State Gov. Kathy Hochul, regional leaders called on the state to abandon a proposal from the State of the State address to reunify SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s College of … more
Congresswoman Claudia Tenney dropped by the Rome Police Office to wish retiring Police Chief Kevin Beach farewell. Tenney visited the RPD on Friday with a formal congressional certificate recognizing … more
UTICA — Carbone Athletics at The Fitness Mill and The Kelberman Center are teaming up for the second year for the Live 2022 Walk for Autism. The Fitness Mill, 1707 Oriskany St. W., will be the lead … more
The Oneida County Boost OC vaccination incentive program has ended, awarding $3.25 million to over 32,000 local residents that was spent with local businesses, according to a Friday release from the … more
There were 171 COVID-19-related deaths across New York and the statewide seven-day average infection positivity rate was measured at 7.91% on Thursday according to a Friday report issued by Gov. … more
On Wednesday, there were 134 COVID-19-related deaths across New York and the statewide seven-day average infection positivity rate was 8.50%, according to a release from Gov. Kathy Hochul’s office. … more
Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Livestock Program Work Team (LPWT) is pleased to offer a free presentation on strategies for meeting the pregnant brood cow’s nutritional needs. This on line … more
ONEIDA — Sarah Marshall, CPA, PLLC, was named the Greater Oneida Chamber of Commerce’s January Member of the Month. Marshall serves the local and small business community by providing accounting … more
CANASTOTA — Continue hiking during the winter months by snowshoeing and cross county skiing at the Great Swamp Conservancy in Canastota. Both snowshoes and skis are available for rent. Adventure … more
WAMPSVILLE — The Madison County Board of Elections reminds residents that if you wish to vote in any primary election, you must be a registered member of the party having a primary by Feb. 14. Any … more
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