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If there is ever a ceremony where someone would want to give remarks, it is a National Honor Society induction ceremony, according to Rome City School District Superintendent Peter Blake. more
Hartwick College has announced a program to encourage students from the local region to enroll there. more
Herkimer Jr./Sr. High School’s Student Council, National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society are once again hard at work on their annual holiday project.  more
Herkimer Central School District teacher Amanda Johnson’s kindergarten class has a different way to learn about animals, farming and dairy products this school year – they adopted a cow. more
The public is invited to learn a skill and start their Christmas shopping by making a beautiful natural evergreen wreath for the door or as a gift for a friend on Saturday, Nov. 26. more
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is now a sponsoring agency for the Cazenovia College’s Police Academy. more
Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton-Otsego BOCES welding program seniors recently took a tour of the Feldmeier Equipment facility, 245 Riverside Industrial Parkway. more
Herkimer Central School District students in teacher Caroline Lampert’s civics class recently met with Herkimer Mayor Dana Sherry as part of their capstone project. more
Mohawk Valley Community College and The Manufacturers Association of Central New York are partnering with Wolfspeed to develop a New York State Registered Apprenticeship Program. more
Years spent creating cheesecakes, cookies and pasta dishes with his mother, Rose, in their family kitchen continue to motivate and inspire local baker James Daino. more
Hamilton College Associate Professor of Mathematics Courtney Gibbons was selected as one of only two Science and Technology Policy Legislative Branch Fellows funded by the AAAS this year. more
Herkimer Jr. and Sr. High School’s Student Council, National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society are once again hard at work on their annual holiday project. more
The New Hartford Board of Education has ratified the collective bargaining agreement between the school district and the New Hartford Employees’ Union. more
The New York State Office of Mental Health has awarded the Rome City School District a $2.42 million grant to expand its mental health offerings to students and families. more
As the New Hartford Central School District continues to gather information to develop a strategic plan, the district is seeking more input from its stakeholders to better define academic excellence. more
Herkimer County students chose a theme of “building a better tomorrow” for the 2022 Herkimer County Youth Summit – with a focus on mental health and improving behavior in school. more
Herkimer County Community College President Cathleen C. McColgin has announced her retirement after serving as the college’s fourth president since June 2015. more
The Hamilton Central School will host its first ever Career Fair on Friday, Nov. 18, with 40 area businesses and industries will be attending. more
The Utica City School District Board of Education welcomed the Christopher Columbus Elementary School Student Council, the Proctor High School boys varsity soccer team and Proctor swim team diving record breaker Deandre Frazier to speak at its Tuesday meeting. more
Following an Oct. 31 knife assault at Proctor High School, Utica City School District Acting Superintendent Brian Nolan stressed at Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting that the safety and security of students, teachers and staff is top priority. more
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