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With COVID-19 still active throughout the county, region and state, the Oneida County Health Department is reminding residents to take precautions to avoid being infected and spreading to others. … more
WHITESBORO — America’s Greatest Heart Run & Walk will return in-person on Saturday and several roads in Whitesboro will be closed to accommodate the walkers and runners. The Heart Run & Walk … more
MOHAWK — Access to fresh, local, affordable food is an integral part of healthy and thriving communities. Residents in the Adirondack park know this all too well, and have struggled to easily … more
ROME — The YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley is hiring lifeguards and offering American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification training. “Lifeguarding is a rewarding summer job for high school and … more
UTICA — Officials from Mohawk Valley Health System (MVHS) and the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA), which represents the registered nurses at St. Elizabeth Hospital, have reached an … more
Olinsky Law Group has announced that it has added Kimberly MacDougall, EDPNA as a Social Security disability hearing representative. “We are delighted to have Kimberly join us,” said Howard … more
The World Health Organization officials said getting more patients to take their medications as directed, known as medication adherence, may have a greater impact on the health of the population than … more
One way we normally avoid depression is by being with other people. The pandemic has lasted for more than two years. We have spent most of our time alone, avoiding a severe illness, but unable to see … more
ORISKANY — BRiDGES Reality Check of Madison, Oneida and Herkimer counties and several of its statewide partners have launched Tobacco Free New York State’s 2022 “It’s Not Just” campaign. … more
Local families participated in the annual Walk for Autism on Saturday at The Fitness Mill in Utica. more
UTICA — Disability advocate Teena Fitzroy will speak with local families in the community as Upstate Cerebral Palsy hosts an informative two-part series called "Cultivating Healthy Relationships for … more
The Lake Delta Kiwanis Club, in conjunction with with the Mohawk Valley Health System and the Rome Branch of the NAACP, hosted a breakfast informational gathering at the Zion Church. more
This year’s Red Cap Ambassadors of America’s Greatest Heart Run & Walk are: • Ryan LeoGrande, an economic development program specialist at Empire State Development and father of three. As … more
WHITESBORO — The annual America’s Greatest Heart Run & Walk fundraiser for the American Heart Association will return in-person on Saturday, May 7, at a new location – Accelerate … more
The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in its most recent advisory on COVID-19 levels is urging the wearing of masks in nearly 40 counties in New York, including most of Upstate New … more
ROME — An orthopedic surgeon in Rome is accused of scheming with telemedicine companies to try to bilk $10 million in fake Medicare claims, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Dr. Elemer … more
The Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) virus has been detected in multiple wild bird species across New York, the Department of Environmental Conservation has announced. While no known human … more
While the coronavirus pandemic is not over, the landscape is changing, officials say. In recent weeks, officials have pointed to infection rates that are experiencing a slight climb in some regions … more
National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW) is an annual observance highlighting the importance of protecting infants from vaccine-preventable diseases and to acknowledge all the accomplishments of … more
ROME — Rome Health received a grant through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for $1.03 million. The grant reimburses the hospital for extraordinary expenses incurred as a result of … more
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