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Areas across the state are in the midst of a gypsy moth caterpillar outbreak. The hardest hit areas are dotted from Western New York to the Adirondacks, and especially clustering around the shores of … more
Children entering kindergarten and first grade in the fall have an opportunity to attend a four-week focused literacy program designed to help students fill in the gaps created by distance learning. … more
CLINTON — Clinton Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 9591 is supporting the construction of the Sept. 11, 2001, Memorial dedicated to the Eastern Air Defense Sector’s mission and its airmen. The … more
UTICA — For the second straight year, the Utica National Group Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Utica National Insurance Group, announced it has awarded $250,000 to more than 30 food … more
UTICA — Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-Rome, is inviting the public to join him at Utica Coffee Roasting Company in Utica from 6 to 9 a.m. on Thursday, June 24, for his latest “Joe Time” coffee shop … more
A 33-year-old father is accused of shoving his teenage son into a wall during a domestic dispute on Bissell Avenue, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Michael A. Russell, of East … more
UTICA — The following area students have been named to the high honors list at Utica College for the spring 2021 semester: Julia Abel, psychology, Oneida; Carissa Andrews, psychology-child life, … more
Fire log To report an emergency: 911 Monday 2:48 a.m. E. Bloomfield St., first aid. 3:56 a.m. Pleasant Ave., first aid. 5:26 a.m. Erie Blvd. West, alarm. 6:31 a.m. Cherry St., first aid. 7:38 a.m. … more
FORESTPORT — Feelings continue to fester near White Lake as the Department of Conservation (DEC) and Adirondack Park Agency (APA) review the application for the proposed granite quarry.  … more
The Rome City School District Board of Education meeting scheduled for Thursday, June 24, will begin at 5:15 p.m. with a motion to go into executive session to discuss legal matters. The regular … more
An explosion involving a 2016 Nissan sedan on Elm Street is under investigation by the Rome Police Department. Authorities said a loud explosion awoke several neighbors in the 800 block of Elm St. at … more
With Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo's recent announcement to start loosening COVID-19 restrictions, city officials and representatives of Rome Rotary Club are bringing back the Honor America Days celebration … more
TOWN OF MARCY — Ten local law enforcement and fire service agencies were honored on Tuesday by state Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon for working together to help a suicidal woman last month. … more
TOWN OF MARSHALL — A 24-year-old man is accused of choking and striking a woman during a domestic dispute Sunday night. Sheriff’s deputies said David Ostrander was involved in a domestic dispute … more
UTICA — Stevens-Swan Humane Society has officially been rebranded and renamed, Anita’s Stevens Swan Humane Society. The move is part of larger efforts to boost the shelter’s capabilities and … more
WESTMORELAND — One man was hospitalized with severe burns after his pickup truck crashed on Route 5 and caught on fire Monday evening, according to law enforcement officials. Sheriff’s deputies … more
TOWN OF KIRKLAND — A lightning strike from Monday evening’s passing thunderstorm caused a fire at the old, vacant mill building on Main Street in the hamlet of Clark Mills. Damage from the fire … more
On Tuesday, the statewide seven-day average COVID-19 positivity rate was 0.36%, marking 78 days straight of declining numbers.  There were eight COVID-19 deaths across the state on Monday. In Oneida … more
CLINTON — U.S. Army National Guard veteran Kenneth C. Thayer, 95, was awarded the Presidential Unit Citation Medal in recognition of valorous service during World War II as a member of K-Company, … more
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