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The rejection was based on lack of proof of financial burden and legal documentation that the property was a three-family dwelling when it was purchased. more
I started 2021 by buying an 1885 hulk of a home, sight unseen, with visions of restoring its earlier grandeur. more
It started a week before Christmas, the gardening catalogs in our mailbox. The initial trickle is now a flow with several coming daily. more

The February meeting of the Sherrill Garden Club will take place at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 7, at the Sherrill-Kenwood Free Library, 543 Sherrill Road. more
If you like to follow gardening trends, add the “plants of the year” to your garden. more
Philodendrons are some of the easiest foliage houseplants to grow. more
Registration for the February Food $en$e program will be held in Rome, Lee, Camden, Holland Patent, and Oneida. more
Now that deciduous trees are bare, trunks and branches have taken center stage, and you might be noticing nuances and irregularities that evaded your attention over the summer. more
When inflation rises, child care expenses do, too. If you’re a parent, you may be hoping to get a little financial relief during the upcoming tax season through deductions or credits. more
Paying off debt is a common goal as the new year kicks off. Bills for holiday shopping and other end-of-year spending often come due in January, and this year, rising interest rates make debt increasingly expensive. more
Winter Toddler Time and Story Time sessions are scheduled from 10:15 to 11 a.m. on Fridays, Jan. 20 through Feb. 10, at the Old Forge Library. more
A longtime staple of the community that’s been around for 25 years, Wagner Farms will discontinue its farming operations and change directions in 2023. more
By now, you’re probably familiar with the more obvious ways inflation affects your finances. Your money doesn’t go as far as it used to at the grocery store or the gas pump, for example. more
Happy new year, gardeners! It’s time to make those new year resolutions. more
Prior to the holiday slump, the local housing market was still hot, but realtors say they are starting to see some things shift. more
If your city, town, village or private trash hauler doesn’t recycle old Christmas trees, the state Department of Environmental Conservation says homeowners can give a gift to nature. more
Local residents are invited to attend one or both of two guided walk-and-talk training sessions to occur in January and February at a pair of local public trails to learn how to monitor hemlock trees. more
No matter your motivations, it’s never too late or too early to start focusing on your heart health, and taking steps now can make a big difference. more
Shoppers have been noticing a hefty price tag on their eggs at the grocery store, with some retailers even limiting the quantity shoppers can buy. more
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Herkimer County will offer a Safe Tractor and Machinery Operation Program to youth and adults 14 years of age and older. more
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