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Seeing snow for the first time. Encountering more liberal clothing styles and hair lengths. Finding people to be more sociable, such as random conversations with strangers. They are among the local … more
Christopher J. Crolius, a principal and founder of March Associates Architects and Planners, PC, of Utica, has been named the 2019 Mohawk Valley Community College Alumni of Merit Award winner, the … more
Mohawk Valley Community College and SUNY Polytechnic Institute on Friday will introduce an expanded “Path to Poly” collaborative agreement, significantly building upon an existing partnership … more
Mohawk Valley Community College will host graduation fairs at its Rome and Utica campuses to help students, families, and community members prepare for the May commencement. The fairs will be April 3 … more
MARCY — Seven high school teams from New York state, Connecticut and Pennsylvania were the winners in the Central New York FIRST Robotics regional competition on March 14-16 at SUNY Polytechnic … more
The Rome school district’s severe financial crunch for its proposed 2019-20 budget triggered a large turnout for the Board of Education meeting, including a rally beforehand that was followed by … more
NEW HARTFORD — State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia will attend the Oneida-Madison-Herkimer School Boards Institute spring meeting tonight, the state Education Department announced … more
Reductions of about 115 staff positions through attrition and potential layoffs, plus a nearly 3 percent spending decrease from the current budget, are part of an updated 2019-20 Rome school district … more
CAMDEN — The Camden High School Theatre Department will present A Dose of Drama, a series of student written and directed mini-plays, skits and monologues, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 4 and at 7 … more
Rome school district Superintendent Peter C. Blake was selected by the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) as a Superintendent to Watch for 2018-19, the district announced. Blake was … more
VERONA — To help raise awareness of epilepsy in conjunction with Tuesday’s worldwide Purple Day observance, the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill school district saw students wear purple and also brought in … more
BOONVILLE — The Adirondack Board of Education has tabled a resolution to close Forestport Elementary School, and is expected to vote on it at a special meeting on April 4. A resolution to close the … more
Three rooms at Staley Elementary School were taken off-line Monday for asbestos abatement due to a burst in a roof drain pipe, said school district Superintendent Peter C. Blake. The rooms are for … more
VERONA — Four Vernon-Verona-Sherrill FFA students and two advisors recently traveled to Albany to participate in the 2019 Lobby Days, the VVS school district announced. Making the trip were VVS … more
Pursuing plans to move Staley Elementary School to a Bell Road building, and class-size issues including at Ridge Mills Elementary School, were addressed by school district Superintendent Peter C. … more
Holland Patent Central School won the team competition among middle-school students from five area schools in a 37th annual MathCounts competition hosted by Mohawk Valley Community College at its … more
VERONA — The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill school district is seeking nominations for the 2019 VVS Wall of Distinction. The Wall of Distinction recognizes individual achievements and contributions of past … more
Local author Melinda Grace will present a lecture, “Write What You Know,” on March 26 at 6 p.m. at Mohawk Valley Community College’s Utica campus in the Alumni College Center and March 27 at 6 … more
Six months after reopening following a two-year renovation project, Strough Middle School’s 801 Laurel St. building still has some project portions awaiting completion by contractors. Among various … more
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