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TOWN OF LEE — The Town Board is interested in having the Town Hall be a site for upcoming administering of COVID-19 vaccinations, and the town will let Oneida County know of its willingness to … more
A “thank-you” message to the community for its continued support was announced by the Lake Delta Volunteer Fire Department, including for the continued success of the department’s annual fund … more
ALBANY — Some cold nights have helped area ponds and lakes to freeze over, but the state Department of Environmental Conservation is reminding ice fishermen and other outdoor enthusiasts not to get … more
CLINTON — Local shoppers will now enjoy the ease and convenience of online grocery ordering and curbside pickup with the addition of new Hannaford To Go service at the Clinton store at 55 Meadow … more
Staff and wire reports New York state is following federal guidance and opening COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to all residents age 65 and older, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Tuesday. Cuomo expressed … more
ALBANY — New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo is calling on broadband internet providers to offer service for $15 a month to low-income households and for establishing a fund to help families who can’t … more
Individuals age 65 and older as well as individuals withcompromised immune systems; Firefighters — State fire service, including firefighters and investigators (professional and volunteer); and … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. —  The federal Small Business Administration and the U.S. Treasury Department has announced that the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) re-opened on Monday for new borrowers and … more
UTICA — The city of Utica’s Department of Public Works is undertaking two major demolition projects, Mayor Robert Palmieri announced. The DPW is scheduled to demolish the former Cornhill Senior … more
The Working Families Party Friday announced that it will begin screening candidates for endorsement for this year’s local and judicial elections. The Central New York Chapter is seeking candidates … more
SHERRILL — Briggs & Stratton’s manufacturing facilities in Munnsville and Sherrill have immediate openings for dozens of positions ranging from manufacturing operations, engineering, sales, … more
Oneida County endured a record number of COVID-related deaths in one day over the weekend but saw some reasons for optimism regarding the pandemic as a new, larger wave of vaccinations began and a … more
TOWN OF MADISON – A 24-year-old Albany County man was injured in a snowmobile crash while participating in Saturday’s “Snow Drags” event. Madison County Sheriff’s deputies said they … more
A resolution in the election for New York’s 22nd Congressional District representative remains at least a couple of weeks away, with the lawyer for one side predicting there will be no re-run of … more
BNY Mellon is consolidating staff from DeWitt into its 6023 Airport Road Oriskany location, a spokesperson for the financial company confirmed. “At BNY Mellon we continually evaluate our real … more
Anthony Brindisi, elected to New York’s 22nd Congressional District in 2018 and awaiting the outcome of his re-election bid more than two months after Election Day, is running for the office again. … more
SCHUYLER — David Paratore, owner of Dave’s Diner, recently presented a check for $1,840 to the Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation. Paratore raised funds over the summer hosting 50/50 raffles at … more
A recent study by US PIRG, a consumer protection organization, found New York families would save big if they had the right and access to repair their electronics. Sen. Neil Breslin and … more
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