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St. Patrick’s School, 354 Elizabeth St., is celebrating 100 years of education. more
The New Hartford Central School District’s Perry Junior High School pool will remain open. more
Herkimer Jr./Sr. High School art teacher Heather McCutcheon recently presented at two conferences about a mind map/personal brand art project she conducts with her students. more
The members of the Utica City School District’s board of education voted at their Tuesday regular monthly meeting to hire a consultant for an assessment of its HR department. more
Members of the New Hartford Board of Education voiced their opinions about the potential closing of the Perry Junior High Pool, as the board continues to push back the vote.  more
Four winners of the Rome City School District myON Summer Reading Initiative were announced this month. more
External partnerships are the key to success for Mohawk Valley Community College and its students, said Jennifer DeWeerth, the new dean of the Rome campus and community outreach. more
The Herkimer Central School District Class of 1970 donated an alma mater banner that was unveiled during a homecoming pep rally at the Herkimer Junior/Senior High School. more
The COVID-19 pandemic spared no state or region as it caused historic learning setbacks for America’s children, according to reports. more
Paranormal investigator John Zaffis, from the television show “Haunted Collector” on the SYFY Channel, will be speaking about his experiences at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25. more
Youngsters of all ages are invited to Science Night in the laboratories of Eckel Hall and Eddy Hall at Cazenovia College from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 27. more
Mohawk Valley Community College has announced a new appointment as well as an employee title change. more
Rome Free Academy senior Joe Corigliano admits he isn’t really the best student in a classroom — but get him in an educational experience outside of it. more
Hamilton College will host the first Common Ground event in its 2022/2023 series when it hosts author, foreign-policy analyst, and Washington Post columnist Max Boot at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, … more
A job fair at SUNY Polytechnic Institute Thursday afternoon. Wolfspeed was taking in hundreds of resumes and will be conducting hundreds of interviews as the chip maker looks to gear up production at its Marcy facility. more
Suzan Harkness has been appointed as the new provost at the State University of New York at Morrisville. more
Tenth grade students from 10 Pathways in Technology Early College High School programs throughout New York State competed Friday. more
As the New Hartford Central School District explores how to best use its existing space to accommodate growing needs, the board of education has been wrestling with the Perry Junior High School pool. more
The Herkimer County Community College Board of Trustees will hold several meetings during November. more
Cully Patch, Quanterion Solutions’ senior program manager for cybersecurity and intelligence, will be a panelist at the New York State Innovation Summit taking place in Buffalo. more
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