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Jelly doughnuts, also known as sufganiyot, have become a classic Hanukkah treat, one of a number of foods fried in oil that are popular on the holiday. more
The City of Oneida’s third annual Holiday Light Fight is here to encourage a sense of community this holiday season. more
New York will have new requirements for space heaters — which increasing numbers of people rely on during the winter months. more

United Way of the Mohawk Valley recently gave away $2,000 in grocery gift cards with funding from the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP). more
Newly-planted trees are spreading their roots across Utica as the city looks to go green. more
Amaryllis is one of the easiest plants to grow: if you buy this bulb, it will bloom and look magnificent. more
State and county agencies are partnering on a series of Winter Energy Fairs, including an upcoming event next week in Utica. more
Around this time of year, Rose Keiko Higa often finds herself making holiday cards for family and friends. more
Holiday horticulture tends to revolve around the same handful of plants. more
Registration for the January Food $en$e program — open to everyone regardless of income — will be held in Rome, Lee, Camden, Holland Patent, and Oneida. more
The Great Swamp Conservancy (GSC) of Canastota is hosting a list of Christmas-themed events as it gears up for the holidays with its annual Christmas tree and repurposed Christmas decor sale. more
A new retailer offering local farm fare and material goods is popping up in Madison County. more
The holidays are upon us and potted plants make perfect gifts. They can also serve as decorations around the home while bringing good cheer. more
If you’re growing fig trees where temperatures drop below freezing for extended periods, then an ounce of protection can be worth a pound (or more!) of figs. more
Officials say that between Thanksgiving and New Years Day, Americans produce an extra 1 million tons of waste per week than any other time of the year. more
The Ziyara Shriner’s Utica FEZtival of Trees is located in the Dick’s Sporting Goods section of Sangertown Square in New Hartford. more
It may not be winter quite yet, but by the looks of things outdoors, neighbors may argue otherwise. more
An urban tree planting project in the City of Utica took place on Saturday, Nov. 5. more
There’s no better time than the holidays to bring generations together, and the Rome branch of the YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley will offer a family holiday crafting series. more
Several factors can cause a houseplant to look sickly. Things like too much or too little water or the wrong light are all typical culprits. more
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