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The Holy Cross Academy, 4020 Barrington Road, will offer driver education classes, beginning on Tuesday, July 5, with an initial meeting at 8:30 a.m. at the school. more
The former Fort Stanwix Elementary School building, 110 W. Linden St., remains on the market — and will continue to be offered for sale by the Pyramid Brokerage Company ... more
For nearly a quarter-century, Mary Kay Junglen has been a fixture of the Sherrill-Kenwood Free Library, 543 Sherrill Road, helping the community access a host of services, materials and programs, … more
The graduates of the Madison Central School Class of 2022’s tight-knit group of students got ready for a big step toward the future ... more
Adirondack High School's Class of 2022 graduated on June 24, 2022. more
More than 180 local students were recently recognized for completing their Career and Technical Education programs at Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton-Otsego BOCES. more
A Holland Patent man has received a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics with a minor in actuarial mathematics from the State University of New York Polytechnic Institute. … more
Anna Jane Clark, of Rome, has been awarded a master’s degree of education in literacy, language and leadership, from the State University of New York at Fredonia. more
New York State Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-47, Rome, encourages children and families in the 47th Senate District to take part in the 2022 Summer Reading Program. more
Dozens of local students had their dreams of college receive a boost from the Utica Dollars for Scholars program. more
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County and Oneida County 4-H have been selected as the July beneficiaries for two Hannaford Programs by local store leadership. more
The New Hartford Senior High School Class of 2022 looked forward to their future and all that comes with it before a packed crowd at the Stanley Theatre in Utica. more
Students from Thomas R. Proctor High School gathered on Friday at the Adirondack Bank Center at the Utica Memorial Auditorium as they celebrated one of the largest commencement ceremonies in the area. more
Congress passed a bill Friday that aims to keep up the expanded, pandemic-era distribution of free meals for all students this summer. more
“I said why don’t we have a Little Free Library so that people can understand what an enormous influence Black lives have had on American culture,” Linda LeTendre, leader of the Saratoga Peace Alliance, said. more
St. John Fisher College will no longer be the official name of that institution as of July 1. more
Two up-and-coming high school students are looking to bring robotics to the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill High School curriculum. more
Several local residents were among nearly 800 students receiving degrees at Clarkson University at its spring 2022 commencement exercises. more
A paramedic and emergency medical services degree program will be reinstated at Mohawk Valley Community College in the fall, through an agreement with the Mohawk Valley Health System. more
With themes of hope, perseverance and living life to its fullest, teachers, administration and staff at the New York State School for the Deaf sent two graduates out into the world ... more
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