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Arrests from September 15 to September 20. more
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida and Madison Counties are holding a producer roundtable discussion to determine the feasibility of the School Supported Agriculture program. more
Beautiful fall foliage is beginning to pop out in several corners of New York State, with some significant early color changes expected in the higher elevations of the Adirondacks and Catskills. more
Cazenovia College will present the first of a new annual four-part Wheler Family Great Minds Lecture Series entitled “On the Ground in Ukraine." more
Oneida officials received some stern words about the lack of support for the feral cat program from a former councilor and a number of homeowners. more
Madison County’s inaugural “Get Your Shot Together” music health festival on Sunday, Sept. 18, had unprecedented success according to Madison County officials. more
The Madison County Historian’s Office will host one final “History Where You Eat” event for 2022, with a special twist. more
A Madison County man charged in a motor vehicle crash that killed two people is facing additional charges following the results of a blood test. more
The YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley’s annual Changing Lives Golf Tournament, is one of the Y’s annual fundraising events to benefit the Changing Lives Campaign. more
The unemployment rate in the Utica-Rome area declined from 4.9% in August 2021 to 3.9% in August 2022. more
On Saturday, Sept. 24, Jessica’s Heroes 5K Run and Walk will be passing through neighborhoods in Oneida and certain roads will be closed for a short time. more
A voice mail threat received by the North Broad Elementary School in Oneida early Wednesday morning was deemed not credible. more
Arrests from September 14 and 17. more
The Canastota Public Library and the Canaltown Museum are sponsoring a Canalside Talk at the library on Gerrit Smith. more
The Madison County Historian’s Office will once again be working with local cemeteries, historical institutions, and libraries to present two “If Tombstones Could Talk” cemetery tours. more
Oneida Public Library will host program sessions designed to spark conversation about European American expansion into Indian lands in New England and Upstate New York. more
The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum invites all ages to be part of a reenactment by following the footsteps of 104 19th-century abolitionists. more
Agenda includes discussion of capital projects and a code inspection fee schedule. more
The first annual Relay for Life of Central New York took place at Delta Lake State Park in Rome on Saturday, September 17, 2022. more
Clear Path for Veterans is partnering with Play for Your Freedom to offer a day of sports, fitness, and camaraderie for veterans and military members. more
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