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UTICA — With land that comprises 70 percent of Central Park in New York City, Philip A. Bean, executive director of the Central New York Conservancy, said even local residents who have lived in … more
CLINTON — Before enjoying fireworks and a few hotdogs and hamburgers on the grill, shoppers from near and far came out in droves to check out all the fresh produce, meats, cheeses, flowers and arts … more
CLARK MILLS — Clark Mills American Legion Post 26 is celebrating 100 years in 2018-19, along with the national American Legion. Commander James M. Nolan, a U.S. Air Force veteran who’s been a … more
CLINTON — Two raccoon kits (babies) rescued by Kirkland police officers in Clinton earlier this month and placed in the custody of caretakers are on their way to making a full recovery back to … more
WESTMORELAND — State Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, joined Westmoreland Deputy Town Supervisor Charles Hebbard, and town park employees to cut the ribbon on a new pavilion and refurbished … more
CLINTON — Led by Gold Star families the New York chapter of the Honor and Remember organization, running 146 miles from Syracuse to Albany in remembrance of the New York State fallen heroes of the … more
CLINTON — The Colozzi family is bringing more than three decades of providing area shoppers with a wide variety of merchandise with the opening of a new gift shop located at 3 W. Park Row. Owner … more
The Waterville Mountain Bike Club is all about the kids, period. The club’s founder, and coach Joe Misiaszek Jr., who’s spent the past 29 years coaching many different sports like Little League … more
CLINTON — Fresh from the farm produce, craft items, flowers, plants and everything “local” will make its way to one of the largest farmers’ markets in the region — the Clinton Farmers … more
WESTMORELAND — Rep. Anthony J. Brindisi, D-22, Utica, addressed school bus drivers and concerned citizens on Monday, May 13 at the Westmoreland High School bus garage to announce proposed new … more
CHADWICKS — From beginning her small cat rescue about a dozen years ago to becoming an advocate for change in animal abuse laws and other issues, Cindy Dittmar is continuing her fight for felines … more
WESTMORELAND — As Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo pushes for legislation that would allow farmworkers to unionize, one local grower said the measure would be a detriment to farmers and their employees. “I … more
AUSTIN, Texas — If you ask a successful sports player or coach what they attribute their success to, they’ll typically say a former coach, a friend who never had the opportunity, a special … more
CLINTON — Spring Farm CARES has a reputation for rescuing and caring for injured and sick farm animals and household pets, and serves as a place for them to stay for the remainder of their lives. … more
CLINTON — St. James Episcopal Church will be among the historic churches that will be part of the New York Landmarks Conservancy’s ninth annual “Sacred Sites Open House,” to be held May 18 … more
CLINTON — Kirkland Art Center, 91/2 E. Park Row, has named Marilee Ensign as its new executive director following a search by the Board of Trustees.  Ensign brings more than 15 years of … more
CLINTON — Once a special little attraction for local residents and a place that may have hosted a children’s birthday party or two, was on its way to getting a new home on Tuesday, April 23. The … more
WESTMORELAND — “Family is what we make, and family is what we choose.” And a family is what they became back in 1994, and still are today. Twenty-five years since her first year of teaching at … more
CLINTON — Sometimes it can be easy to take the simple pleasures in life for granted, like enjoying a favorite meal or singing old songs, but staff at Brookdale Senior Living are integrating those … more
CLINTON — Four years ago New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo developed the Downtown Revitalization Initiative, a grant of $10 million to fix up and develop New York State downtown neighborhoods … more
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