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MADISON — Imagine, as a student, not having to worry about basic needs so you can excel in your academics and social wellbeing. That’s what Connected Community Schools (CCS) hopes to provide … more
ROME — Tickets for the Rome Free Academy production of the musical, Newsies, are now on sale for $8 through Thursday, or $10 at the door. Presale tickets are available at Jervis Public Library, 613 … more
ROME — The Rome City School District has once again been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from the NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music … more
ROME — The Griffiss Institute will again work with the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate and Office of Undersecretary of Defense, along with several universities, to train a new … more
ROME — In a unanimous vote at its regular meeting on Tuesday, the Rome City School District Board of Education adopted a proposed budget of $130,285,026 for the 2022-23 school year. The spending … more
Friday capped off a weeklong challenge helmed by the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate, and Griffiss Institute — the 2022 Annual Challenge Competition at the Innovare … more
UTICA — Utica School Board candidate Tennille Knoop spoke at a press conference Wednesday, calling for action and presenting a plan to address student mental health needs across the district by … more
ROME — The Rome City School District, its superintendent and the vice president of its board of education have been named in a lawsuit filed last week by former Rome Free Academy Boys Varsity Head … more
Dozens of local youngsters participated in the annual Oneida County 4-H Horse Communications events on March 19 at the Municipal Commission in Boonville and April 2 at the Oneida County Cornell … more
UTICA/ALBANY — The State University of New York Polytechnic Institute has announced Assistant Professor of Biology Adam McLain with Assistant Professor Lauren Endres have received more than $105,000 … more
CAZENOVIA — Cazenovia College is joining a growing group of colleges in New York and other states who are presenting honorary degrees to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. The College Board … more
Those who haven’t had to repay their students loans in over two years can let out another sigh of relief as the White House has extended its pause on federal student loan payments until Aug. 31, … more
The month of March each year is designated as Music in Our Schools Month. In Rome, we are fortunate to have a stellar fine arts program, which includes our music instruction of students in all grade … more
CLINTON — The Clinton Central School District, in partnership with the Flight 93 September 11th Memorial Committee, has announced the First Annual Flight 93 Edward Felt Community Run/Walk Challenge … more
BOONVILLE — Over the past winter, a group of Adirondack Central School sixth-graders competed in the Sphero Global Challenge. The SGC is a contest that gives students the opportunity to go deeper … more
ROME — A total of 828 Romans cast ballots on Tuesday with a majority of 62% approving the referendum seeking approval of a $21,608,018 capital project. The funding is earmarked to perform repairs and … more
ROME — Voters in the Rome City School District can have their say on Tuesday, March 22, on the district’s proposed $21.6 million capital project, which includes repairs and renovations at all of … more
The Rome College Foundation presented several awards at its recent annual scholarship luncheon. Suzanne Carvelli, president of the Rome College Foundation, presented Nikolina deSouza, a student at … more
At its regular meeting, held Thursday, March 10, the Rome Board of Education approved without dissent the expenditure of $16,000 to send Superintendent Peter C. Blake and four board members to … more
ROME — At the regular meeting of the Rome City School District Board of Education on Thursday, Feb. 28, the board was faced with criticism of the handling of Vice President Tanya Davis’ actions at a … more
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