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Here are steps you can take to make sure you’re ready for the next emergency. more
Cacti are fascinating plants. Thanksgiving cactus (Schlumbergera truncata) and Christmas cactus (Schlumbergerz x buckleyi) are popular fall and winter-flowering houseplants. more
The Great Swamp Conservancy will hold its First Day Hike on Sunday, Jan. 1 at 10 a.m.. more

If you have visited one of the three New York State Thruway rest stops that were rebuilt and reopened within the last few months, then you may have some thoughts about their size. more
Taking down the Christmas tree is only one task after the holiday season. For those with a real tree, figuring out what to do with it can be as easy as placing it by the curb. more
You’ve got big financial plans for 2023. Maybe they include buying a home or car, or getting a new travel rewards credit card to help pay for your next trip. more
The Sherrill Garden Club’s first meeting of the new year will take place at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 3, at the Sherrill-Kenwood Free Library, 543 Sherrill Rd, Sherrill. more
The Madison County Farm Service Agency Farm Loan Team will host Farm Loan Office Hours in the Madison County office beginning on Thursday, Jan. 5. more
With inflation hitting many people’s grocery bills, finding ways to cut costs is more crucial than ever. more
New York Attorney General Letitia James on Monday invited the state’s residents to report any price gouging by stores facing shortages of painkillers and fever reducers for children. more
Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period for 2023. While the annual Fall Open Enrollment Period has ended, we have now entered the winter Medicare Advantage Open Enrollment Period. more
The poinsettia, one of the most recognizable plants, is the top-selling potted plant in the United States. more
Winter has a lot of annoyances to contend with, but one thing people don’t have to worry about is pesky insects and stinging bees. more
Charcuterie boards are a trending food craze that’s not only great for the holiday season, but also for the winter months when activity slows down and food creativity can flourish. more
Local bird watchers in the Rome area took part in the 123rd annual Christmas Bird Count conducted by the National Audubon Society, Sunday, Dec. 18. Over 300 miles were covered. more
Local residents are invited to attend one or more guided walk-and-talk training sessions to occur now through February at public trails throughout the region. more
Shelters in Madison and Oneida counties are experiencing higher volumes of surrenders and animals in need of medical care. more
Several inches of snow blanketed the Village of Remsen on Monday, Dec. 19. more
We love the song: tis the season to deck the halls with boughs of holly! The holidays remind everyone about holly, with miniature holly plants, or using holly in winter decorations. more
In much of the country, much of the landscape goes barren from fall through spring. Evergreens are typically the workhorse plants that carry us through. But not all evergreens are created equal. more
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