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ONEIDA — The Oneida Area Civic Chorale’s season came to an end one concert short of its 2019-20 schedule, with the last concert directed by Kimberly Nethaway. The 100-voice community chorus was … more
The Didymus Thomas Library in Remsen will begin takeout service on June 15. “Call the library and order your books, we will contact you when they are ready. You may pick them up in our entryway,” … more
Oneida Public Library will be open for limited services with its new drive-up window as of Monday, June 8, starting at 10 a.m. The library’s drive-up window will be at the rear of the library, 220 … more
Artletics at the Rome Art and Community Center, 308 W. Bloomfield St., is offering a fun-filled, eight-week summer camp program to explore, create and imagine. Camp dates are June 29 through Aug. 20, … more
Barbara Dunadee will present a historic travelogue focused on finding remnants from the past left behind by notable area women during a free online presentation to be held from 12:30-1:30 p.m. … more
Oneida County reported two new deaths related to COVID-19 this weekend as total confirmed cases reached 1,019. Both of the deaths, reported Saturday, were related to nursing homes. The county has had … more
SYRACUSE — Bishop Douglas J. Lucia, of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, has reached out to residents across the diocese in the wake of protests over the death of George Floyd in … more
St. James Episcopal Church in Clinton continues to offer online worship services using Zoom. Services are held every weekend including a 4 p.m. on Saturdays and a 9:30 a.m. on Sundays. For more … more
COVID-19 has certainly changed life and how we connect to church and one another. Our call to be a beacon God’s love, peace, and truth in our region and beyond remains the same. I often pray that … more
The Capitol Arts Complex, 220 W. Dominick St., is offering the theater popcorn experience for patrons to enjoy at home. With its new Curbside Popcorn Pickup, local residents can order a large popcorn … more
One of the Capitol Theatre’s annual events, the Rome Arts Hall of Fame induction, has been hit hard by the coronavirus, but six individuals have been selected to enter the hall this year while the … more
The party will continue at Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute as the art center continues to host its First Fridays Happy Hour starting at 6 p.m. Friday, June 5. Those interested can join the … more
Today in History Today is Wednesday, May 27, the 148th day of 2020. There are 218 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On May 27, 1935, the U.S. Supreme Court, in Schechter Poultry … more
Based on the guidance from local public health agencies, the Alzheimer’s Association has transitioned its support groups from in-person meetings to gatherings that take place remotely. Staff and … more
COOPERSTOWN — Douglas Hastings, Chairman of the Bassett Healthcare Network Board of Directors, announced the appointment of Dr. Tommy Ibrahim as the next president and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) … more
COOPERSTOWN — As phase one of reopening New York during COVID-19 unfolds, Bassett Healthcare Network has established a new dedicated emotional support helpline, 607-322-0157. The helpline is … more
For the last nine Sundays, First Baptist along with most of the churches in Rome and across the state have closed their doors to comply with the COVID-19 Stay-at-Home order. We are not alone — the … more
HOLLAND PATENT — The Food Pantry of the Foothills Rural Community Ministry, 7835 Church St., will continue to serve the area in June. The guidelines set by the Food Bank of Central New York will be … more
Gardeners of Rome will hold its Big Pumpkin/Giant Sunflower Contest with some changes this year — tomatoes. There are two age groups: ages 5-11 and 12-17 as of June 15. One set of free pumpkin … more
The Fort Plain Museum recently published a new local history book, “Fort Plain, Fork Plank, Fort Rensselaer: The Revolutionary War Forts of Canajohary,” by Wayne Lenig. Lenig is a Fellow of the … more
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