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The cool water pools around your ankles as you put your lightweight kayak into the river for a foggy sunrise paddle. more
The Clinton Farmers Market, one of the largest markets in the Mohawk Valley region, has opened for its 25th season. more
Clifford Crandall Jr. has a message for everyone over age 60: “Get up, get moving, and enjoy yourself!” more

Assemblyman Brian Miller and Assemblyman Robert Smullen are calling for the passage of a bill which would allow schools to purchase whole and 2% milk from local dairy producers. more
Madison County residents that have found a bat in their home and are concerned about rabies can look to the following tips to catch a bat for rabies testing. more
Disability advocate Teena Fitzroy will speak with local families in the community as Upstate Cerebral Palsy hosts the second session of the two-part series ... more
The Masonic Care Community has announced Tiffany Niles and Donna Vadney have joined the organization. more
Blooming Pediatric & Family Nurse Practitioners, in New Hartford, marked its grand opening with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting on Wednesday, May 25.  more
Omnes Independent Practice Association was recently awarded additional funding from the state to continue developing a clinically integrated network of behavioral health providers.  The award … more
Representatives from Mastrovito Hyundai, 5194 Commercial Drive, recently presented a check for more than $11,000 to The Kelberman Center. more
Each year, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and communities across America celebrate National Healthy Homes Month. more
The New York State Office for the Aging and Association on Aging in New York have partnered with Trualta to offer Trualta’s web-based caregiver education and support platform... more
A group of about 80 nursing homes filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn New York’s law that established staffing minimums and resident-care spending levels for nursing homes. more
The Herkimer County IDA has been working with KK&P to complete a food processing study to assess and target opportunities for growth in the food manufacturing sector in Herkimer County. more
While we all want the COVID-19 virus to disappear, unfortunately it still very much with us. Some New York counties remain in the high transmission category where wearing a mask in indoor settings is … more
Green is flowing like the seas, think fish. Flowing like the grasses growing. Like the lawn all over, think cutting and digging, all good thoughts of spring. How to shop sustainably: Small changes … more
Dr. Aymen Rashid has joined the Mohawk Valley Health System Orthopedic Group as an orthopedic spine surgeon.  more
As society continues to grapple with the impacts of COVID-19 — and now as monkeypox makes news headlines — researchers have found one’s desire to avoid diseases may be correlated to their likelihood of avoiding those they see yawning. more
The World Health Organization's top monkeypox expert said she doesn't expect the hundreds of cases reported to date to turn into another pandemic, but acknowledged there are still many … more
Diabetes often develops in middle-aged persons who are overweight. In America, 10 percent of adults have diabetes. The best thing we can do is to avoid this from happening. more
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