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The Genesis Group and First Source have announce what they hope to become an annual scholarship grant for teachers. more
Barbara Granato, regent of the Holland Patent Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, recently attended the New York State DAR Conference held in Tarrytown. more
The annual Quilts Unlimited Exhibition will be unveiling the extravagant works of fiber arts, created by some of the most preeminent quilters in the country at View on Oct. 1. more
The New York State Technology Enterprise Corporation will host an upcoming Business After Hours event for the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce. more
A powerful lawmaker has called allegations that Gov. Kathy Hochul’s campaign improperly benefited from a sweetheart deal with a state vendor “alarming.” more
No one was injured when a garage workshop went up in flames on Old Route 287 in Remsen. more
A $15 million regional dredging project, part of a state initiative for communities affected by high water levels, is complete. more
The Adirondack Economic Development Corporation has announced a new partnership to benefit small businesses in Herkimer County. more
A 29-year-old man was found with a felony amount of cocaine and a loaded, stolen handgun during a traffic stop in Rome very early Thursday morning. more
Four candidates for State Supreme Court in the 5th Judicial District have received the endorsement of the New York State Conservative party. more
A Marcy man admitted in federal court in Albany on Wednesday to mailing a threatening letter to a woman who was trying to break up with him. more
There’s no mistaking Rebecca Hargrave’s love for arboriculture and all things trees. more
The Utica City School District Board of Education was visited by three of the district’s sports groups to start off the board’s regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 27. more
Rep. Claudia L. Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, will host a pair of webinars in October for grant funding opportunities, including one for local firefighters. more
A 37-year-old man has been charged for a third time this week for another violation of his family's order of protection. more
The Clinton Central School District Board of Education announced the appointment of Christopher Clancy as the district’s new superintendent during its meeting Tuesday, Sept. 27. more
Accused of intentionally driving his van into Spa Point Nails in the Orchard Plaza, a 53-year-old man has been charged as part of an ongoing domestic dispute. more
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y., has announced his endorsement of Francis Conole in New York’s 22nd Congressional District. Schumer’s endorsement. more
The Capitol Arts Complex, 220 West Dominick St., will host its SummerStage Fall Festival Friday and Saturday, Oct. 14 and 15, featuring the first Project Fibonacci Foundation Trivia Contest. more
Genesee Street in Utica will be closed for overnight paving between Saturday and Sunday, according to city officials. more
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