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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
The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization and the National Association of Scholars have joined forces to offer three courses to a national audience, using Zoom. … 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
Two years ago, Tops launched its Tops Totes for Change program and it’s back again for the 2022 school year. This program encourages shoppers to purchase a reusable bag with a special charity … 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
New Hartford residents voiced concerns about the potential removal of the pool at Ralph Perry Junior High School at a New Hartford Board of Education meeting ... more
The Adirondack Economic Development Corporation will be offering free, virtual entrepreneurship training starting next month, according to corporation officials. more
Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC) has announced the lineup of events for the Fall 2022 semester, which will include a performance by comedian Jay Pharoah, an “American Idol” Winners … more
It’s no secret that the COVID -19 pandemic has caused financial headaches for universities and colleges. more
The Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery BOCES Pathways in Technology Early College High School program and the SUNY Polytechnic Institute have announced a new articulation agreement. more
Following Monday’s meeting of the Rome City School District board of education, board members are turning their attention toward developing community support on an approved plan to restructure … more
With the COVID-19 pandemic no longer shutting down colleges and universities, many teenagers will soon take the next big step in their lives and move into dormitories and start living independently … more
Gov. Kathy Hochul has appointed Keith Levatino, superintendent of Little Falls City School District, to the SUNY Polytechnic Institute council.  more
Herkimer College will hold a New Student Registration Day on Friday, Aug. 19. Admissions and academic advisors will be available to advise accepted students. more
The Rome Board of Education, at its regular meeting on Monday, voted unanimously to close the chapter on K-6 elementary schools in the district, voting instead to scale six elementary school … more
Angel Hope looked at the math test and felt lost. He had just graduated near the top of his high school class, winning scholarships from prestigious colleges. more
Herkimer County Community College has announced the appointment of appointed several new staff. more
During the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate STEM Outreach Program’s Drone Camp in the hangar at Innovare Advancement Center in Rome, campers competed against each other ... more
A trio of resolutions to modify the registration of existing schools due to a new grade configuration in the Rome City School District are on the district’s board of education agenda to be … more
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