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Novelist, filmmaker and Zen Buddhist priest Ruth Ozeki will present the Winton J. Tolles Lecture at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6 in the Hamilton College Chapel. more
For the last year and a half, Rome Free Academy swimming and diving team student-athletes have competed in “home” swim team meets that weren’t really at “home” at all. more
Since the start of the school year, parents across the Capital Region and Mohawk Valley have been dreading the phone calls and emails sent from the school district advising bus run cancellations. more
The Sherrill-Kenwood Free Library offers more than just a world of reading for its patrons, says new Director Bill Loveland. more
The Biden administration has released new data estimating how many borrowers in each state can get at least some of their federal student debt canceled. more
For the second time in less than a decade, New Hartford Senior High School has been commended as a National Blue Ribbon School. more
Rome City School District Superintendent Peter Blake said bus driver shortages and illnesses are currently the district’s most challenging issues. more
The socioeconomic differences of area families — and the impact those disparities have on their children’s education — are some of the biggest concerns facing the Rome City School District. more
Leaders from Mohawk Valley Community College and Indium Corporation celebrated their successful partnership Thursday in the college’s FABLab, a state-of-the-art fabrication facility. more
The athletic track at the New York State School for the Deaf, 401 Turin St., — popular with exercise-minded community members for running and walking — is about to get a facelift. more
The administration of the New Hartford Central School District wants stakeholder input on the creation of the district’s first-ever five-year strategic plan. more
Ninth-graders got their first taste of high school Wednesday as Rome Free Academy welcomed their class for its first day of high school. more
September has arrived (where did summer go?) and it is lunch-box time. Seniors are packing lunches too as they go to work, or volunteer at senior centers, schools, nursing homes, and libraries. Some … more
Math and reading scores for America’s 9-year-olds fell dramatically during the first two years of the pandemic, according to a new federal study. more
Utica University has awarded the Karl Zimpel Endowed Professorship in Cybersecurity to Leslie Corbo, associate professor of cybersecurity and director of undergraduate cybersecurity programs. … more
Utica University celebrated its annual move-in day by welcoming 556 new students to its campus. more
With the start of the new school year only a couple of weeks away, several school districts around Oneida County are looking to beef up security ... more
In an email sent to the Utica University community on Monday, the academic institution announced the upcoming retirement of its president, Laura Casamento. more
It may have been a little gloomy on Wednesday, but that didn’t put a damper on Kris-Tech’s Hungry for Education event at the copper wire manufacturer’s Rome headquarters. more
In celebration of its fifth anniversary, the Connected Community Schools team welcomed the National Education Union from Great Britain for a special tour and workshop at Little Falls … more
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