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Nine students from Rome Catholic School were selected to receive John Della Contrada Scholarships for the 2022-23 school year, the Rome Community Foundation announced recently. more
Nicholas Casper, of Whitesboro, has graduated with a doctor of chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Main Campus in Davenport, Iowa, on Friday, Oct. 21. more
The Stockbridge Valley PTSO Holiday Bazaar will return from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Stockbridge Valley Central School, 6011 Williams Road. more
Several area school districts will hold a “Go Home” drill Tuesday, Nov. 22. more
SUNY Morrisville has created its first master’s degree in food and agribusiness (FAB). The fully online, two-year degree prepares professionals for careers throughout the food system. more
Isabella Cicci, daughter of Stephanie Viscelli, 1734 N. George St., was honored as a Ringling College of Art and Design Trustee Scholar. more
Mohawk Valley Community College will host Art Programs Day, an opportunity for prospective students to explore the College’s various programs in the arts. more
During a repatriation ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 9, more than 1,500 funerary objects were returned to the Oneida Indian Nation. more
Mohawk Valley Community College is joining a partnership to provide free training to transitioning service members, National Guard, Army Reserves and their families for careers. more
Local baker and John E. Joy Elementary School Principal James Daino has made it to the Top 15 in the ongoing Bake from Scratch magazine’s Greatest Baker competition for 2022. more
Utica University is seeking potential teachers for its “Transitional B” certification program. more
Herkimer Elementary students were recognized for respectful behavior and appreciation was shown for behind-the-scenes heroes, including staff members and a local veteran in honor of Veterans Day. more
Thursday was the ideal timing to unveil the new Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Central School District Wall of Honor. more
Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton-Otsego BOCES Special Programs hosted a Veterans Day Ceremony for local veterans and staff members who are veterans Thursday at the William E. Busacker Complex. more
First Source Federal Credit Union will be a Stuff the Bus drop-off location Monday, Nov. 14, through Friday, Nov. 18. more
Utica University will hold an open house for teachers interested in earning a master's in Apprenticeship Teacher Certification. more
The New Hartford Marching Spartans stepped out onto the field of the JMA Wireless Dome in Syracuse poised and focused, ready to leave it all out on the field.  more
Nearly 50 veterans were saluted Thursday as Stokes Elementary School students welcomed in some very special loved ones for their annual Veterans Day ceremony. more
James Daino has been baking since he was just a child of maybe 8 or 9 years old, learning at the apron of his mother Rose while watching her as they tried new recipes together. more
After countless hours of practice and months of dedicated musicianship, members of the Pride of Westmoreland Marching Band have much to be proud of. more
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