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Last week I saw an ad on television detailing Rep. Anthony Brindisi’s past dealings with Spectrum Cable. I remember when he was running for Congress and promised to bring Spectrum’s high rates … more
The 75th anniversaries commemorating the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (August. 6 and 9, 1945, respectively) have come and gone. The devastation of human life (including mostly civilians - with … more
We are writing to alert the public to the concerns that our faculty and staff members have about the reopening plan for SUNY Poly, especially its Utica campus. SUNY Poly’s Reopening Plan adheres to … more
Rome's Jervis Public Library is among our most valuable le assets. The current COVID-19 pandemic has seriously perturbed its operation, and we have an important cultural obligation to preserve and … more
Wake up America! It’s time for action. Our country needs to stop racial identifications that are listed with crime victims’ names. Aren’t we all creatures of God? Then why using Black and white … more
In 2016, nobody represented change more than President Trump. Now, grandstanding and abrasiveness have become the norm on both sides. This culture has created politicians who market themselves on who … more
In the past 20 years, Oneida County has had five different representatives in Congress, Sherry Boehlert, Mike Arcuri, Richard Hanna, Claudia Tenney and now Anthony Brindisi. However, only one of … more
During this election campaign we should pay close attention to the vastly different healthcare records of Rep. Anthony J. Brindisi and candidate Claudia Tenney. An unquestioning Trump loyalist, … more
How the pandemic will affect suicide rates is still unknown, yet some experts warn of a potential rise in suicide. In 2018, more than 48,000 Americans died by suicide, according to the Centers for … more
I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation to Dr. Sierra Ruff and staff at Rome Animal Hospital, located on Lamphear Road. Those familiar with me through teaching and … more
To understand how truly disastrous our country’s response to the coronavirus has been, you only need to look at the rest of the world.  We are over four months into this pandemic, and our … more
Most people are familiar with who I am due to the letters to the editor I’ve written for the past 22 years. My reason for writing is to inform others as to what is taking place. I’m sure that … more
Let us keep the momentum shown us by all who worked to create memorable graduation ceremonies for our 2020 RFA graduates. I am proposing we work together as a community with our city government, our … more
The mid -winter retiree meeting was beginning and I was running late. I entered the crowded dining room and spied an empty seat making my way through the maze of tables. Suddenly, an arm reached out … more
On June 17th, a simple phone call changed our lives forever. Our daughter was attacked by a dog and was being rushed to Upstate Medical Center. Minutes turned into hours and hours turned into days. … more
Anthony Brindisi has reminded us of an important lesson: true leadership is shown when there is an ability and desire to reach across the aisle, listen to all views and respect each opinion.  … more
The graduation ceremony this past Saturday for the RFA Class of 2020 was one unlike any of the previous 150 ceremonies over which this district has presided. Due to the implications of COVID-19 and … more
For the past 29 years, the Clinton Central School District Foundation has grown because of the consistent and generous support of our donors. Together we have provided the school with much needed … more
Please people, be sure you have learning how to swim on your summer list of important activities.  Having been a life guard for seven years on pools and Lake Erie in my youth, I had to make many … more
Serving as regional Red Cross CEO for the last 14 years has been an incredible honor and joy for me. What could be better than leading an organization that has helped people in need in our region for … more
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