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A pair of local dentists are asking for donations in support of Olmsted City of Greater Utica and its Lily Pond restoration project. more
It’s time to use your voice in the fight against breast cancer. A karaoke open mic night will take place from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, at the Hub Eatery, 222 Bleecker St. more
Cris Lewis of Whitesboro is a two-time breast cancer survivor or a bilateral survivor. To help her cope with the news, she got a puppy. more

Real Men Wear Pink, a campaign to help advocate and raise funds for breast cancer awareness and research, will kick off on Thursday, Oct. 6. more
Joan Burress of Frankfort was diagnosed with an extremely aggressive form of breast cancer. She would like to remind others that you are not alone in your fight. more
A YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley family membership includes childcare for youth ages birth to 12 while their parents and guardians work out in the Y. more
In recognition of Baby Safety Month, the New York State Division of Consumer Protection has put together a Baby Safety Checklist to help parents maintain a safe environment for their young children. … more
Masonic Medical Research Institute (MMRI) will host the Greater Utica Area Chamber of Commerce’s upcoming Business After Hours from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 13. more
Known as a place where patients become more like family, Mohawk Glen Radiology at 91 Perimeter Road has a 24-year history of combining compassionate care with the latest technology. more
Arc Herkimer devoted this past summer to developing the Tin Cup Trailblazers, a team of six individuals, each with differing ages and abilities supported by the agency. more
See how the Sauquoit community has created awareness. more
Three beds complete with mattresses, hand-built frames, and bedding were recently donated and delivered to three children in Oneida as part of the efforts of Sleep in Heavenly Peace. more
In the summer of 2016, Lisa Abel of Whitesboro knew something was not quite right. more
State American Legion Commander David R. Riley Sr., of Rome, has identified veteran suicide prevention as the No. 1 number one priority for the American Legion across New York. more
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has released a final recreation management plan for the Three Lakes Tract Conservation Easement in the town of Webb. more
After flu hit historically low levels during the COVID-19 pandemic, it may be poised for a comeback, health officials say. more
Between the Russian invasion of Ukraine and sky-high oil and gas prices, a significant pellet fuel supply shortage is likely this winter season. more
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield recently awarded Helios Care a Community Health Award of $2,000 to support free bereavement counseling for the public. more
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has announced that it has renewed its funding for Bassett Healthcare Network’s Northeast Center for Occupational Health. more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, has contacted Gov. Kathy Hochul regarding concerns about funds intended to pay for the home care minimum wage increase. more
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