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ONEIDA — The Madison County District Attorney’s Office recently recognized the hard work of the Oneida Police Department and Investigator Christopher “Kip” Bailey’s dedication in a recent case. … more
UTICA — The Mohawk Valley Health System Outpatient Lymphedema Clinic is holding free screenings throughout the month of March in honor of Lymphedema Awareness Month. Lymphedema is the build-up of … more
UTICA — The Oneida County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board will be wrapping up its New York State Certified Agricultural District 5 required eight-year review. District 5 includes properties … more
WAMPSVILLE — Madison County Historian Matthew Urtz invites the public to several upcoming events: • Sunday, April 3 at 3 p.m., the Oneida Community Mansion House will host a concert featuring the Jim … more
ONEIDA — A full slate of proposed legislation awaits the city’s Common Council at its meeting tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers, 109 N. Main St. The meeting agenda includes the following … more
UTICA — The HomeOwnershipCenter has announced the availability of three Down Payment and Rehabilitation Assistance Programs for first time home buyers purchasing homes in the City of Utica, Oneida … more
ONEIDA — The Madison County Historical Society has announced new plans for the 8th annual Cottage Lawn Farmers Market. The summer market will be open from 2 to 6 p.m. every Tuesday, starting June 7, … more
WAMPSVILLE — Madison County has been chosen to receive funding to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county. The exact amount of funding Madison County will receive from the New York … more
The world today is full of charlatans, hoaxers and catfishers. I used that last termbecause I just found out what it means. The young studs are always explaining the ways of theworld to me, and I’m … more
St. Patrick’s Day is a great holiday. The arrival of the great day means we’ve broken the back of winter and spring is around the corner, although a blizzard in April is not unusual. No presents … more
Having a garden that is sustainable is becoming more important than ever. For those new to the term, “sustainable” means capable of being continued with minimal long-term effect on the … more
Fritz’s Polka Band, now in its 43rd year of performing, recently won its second Syracuse-Area Music Award (SAMMY) for its 2021 recording “The Hands Of Time.” The work won in the “Best … more
BOONVILLE — After Tessa Greene’s son, Mitchell, died in an accident in August 2014, she was consumed by grief and struggling to cope. In October of that year she was at a wellness expo where she … more
CAMDEN — A long-time Camden resident has received an outpouring of support from the community and all those he’s touched after being recently diagnosed with advanced mesothelioma. Kevin Hall is … more
The Oneida-Madison-Herkimer School Boards Institute will hold a virtual program, How to Become a School Board of Education Candidate and What to Expect if Elected, starting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, … more
FLOYD — There will be a special meeting of the Floyd Town Board Meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 15, at the Town Hall, 8299 Old Floyd Road. more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congresswoman Claudia Tenney (NY-22) recently highlighted resources that are available to seniors and others struggling due to skyrocketing inflation. Gas prices have … more
UTICA — With an expectation of being able to admit patients in the third quarter of 2023, work continues on the Mohawk Valley Health System’s Wynn Hospital in the LaFayette Street neighborhood. … more
With the increased attention on activities happening in Ukraine, and the recent attack on the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, I would like to take a moment to reassure residents about the … more
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