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People gathered Thursday at Gobbler’s Knob as members of Punxsutawney Phil’s “inner circle” summoned him from his tree stump at dawn to learn if he has seen his shadow. more

Researchers say efforts to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere aren’t being scaled up fast enough and can’t be relied on to meet crucial climate goals. more
Rep. Brandon Williams R-22, Sennett, hosted an open house and ceremonial swearing-in on Tuesday, Jan. 17, at his new district office at 421 Broad St., Suite 7, in Utica. more

Monday was just Day Two for Ukrainian soldiers at the U.S. military’s new training program, but the message was coming through loud and clear. more
Next week, Rep. Brandon Williams R-22, Sennett, will host swearing-in ceremonies and open houses to celebrate the openings of his district offices in Syracuse and Utica.    more
From Stephen King, to Jimmy Fallon and Al Roker, celebrities put Utica in the national spotlight as they shared their opinions on the city and what it has to offer, both good and bad. more
With bipartisan congressional support and just under $1 billion in federal funds, the 988 mental health helpline has quickly expanded its reach in the six months since it launched. more
The new non-profit Rome Refugee Services has come one step closer in helping to make Rome home for a Ukrainian native and her two children. more
Visitors to Social Security Administration’s website at www.SSA.gov will now experience a fresh homepage. more
U.S. job openings slipped in November but remained high, suggesting businesses are still determined to add workers. more
Bishop Douglas J. Lucia, of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse, has joined Catholics worldwide in mourning of the death of Pope-emeritus Benedict XVI, who died on Saturday at age 95. more
Cortland sent firefighting gear to Ukraine. The Ukrainians it helped sent back a Russian fighter jet, in the form of a challenge coin. more
Moves by several countries to mandate COVID-19 tests for passengers arriving from China reflect global concern that new variants could emerge in its ongoing explosive outbreak — and that the government may not inform the rest of the world quickly enough. more
The U.S. population expanded by 1.2 million people this year, with growth largely driven by international migration. more
A tentative trial date has been set for March 30 for the New Hartford man charged with participating in the Jan. 6, 2021 riot and attack on the U.S. Capitol. more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has completed cleanup work to address asbestos contamination at the Charlestown Mall site, according to an announcement Wednesday by EOA officials. more
Elon Musk said Friday that Twitter plans to relaunch its premium service that will offer different colored check marks to accounts next week, in a fresh move to revamp the service after a previous attempt backfired. more
Ninety percent of the counties in the United States suffered a weather disaster between 2011 and 2021, according to a report published Wednesday. more
Assemblyman Robert Smullen, R-118, Meco, on Tuesday called on the Biden administration to officially designate the country of Kenya as a combat zone. more
The world is getting hotter and more crowded and the two issues are connected, but not quite as much as people might think, experts say. more
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