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Approaching equity and diversity through workforce development, as well as curriculum development through a partnership with Rome Chapter NAACP, was discussed during Tuesday’s Rome City Schools … more
Rome City School District Board of Education members unanimously adopted a $122.98 million 2021-22 proposed school budget calling for a $373,155 increase in spending and $668,000 increase in the … more
On Wednesday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo joined with assorted state elected officials to highlight low COVID-19 infection rates, but also to urge state residents to get an available vaccine. “We are still … more
A Rochester-based microelectronics and photonics packaging company — Mosaic Microsystems — which is contributing to a project in Rome, has netted a $250,000 investment from New York Ventures, … more
REMSEN — The super full moon is coming, and so are the trucks, say organizers of the Full Moon Food Truck Frenzy to be held on Tuesday, April 27, from 4 to 7 p.m. Five food trucks will be parked at … more
UTICA — Founded in 1997, ICAN is a community-based provider that facilitates individual and family-driven services to restore social, emotional, behavioral health and well being to keep families … more
The search for a new superintendent of the New Hartford Central School District has begun. An important part of the process, according to the district’s search consultant, is gathering community … more
FLOYD — The Floyd Town Board is asking town residents and organizations to participate in the Mohawk Valley’s Regional Clean & Green Kick-off event by cleaning up in and around their … more
UTICA – Because of COVID-19’s disproportionate impact on racial and ethnic minorities, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield is working to help the community become #VaccineReady during National … more
YORKVILLE — Representatives from the Kelberman Center and Carbone Auto Group recently gathered for a check presentation of over $18,000 to the Kelberman Center. The donation was the result of the … more
Mutual aid log To report an emergency: Call 911 Monday 12:25 p.m. Lake Delta, Turin Road, request for fire police. 7:08 p.m. New York Mills, New Hartford St., request to investigate. Fire log To … more
REMSEN — When the Soda Fountain Restaurant closed its doors in the fall of 2019, the future looked uncertain.   Owners Steve and Lynn Boucher had considered a few different options, but nothing … more
Troops in the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways Council (GSNYPENN) sold more than 1.25 million boxes of Girl Scout Cookies during the 2021 season, roughly 88% of the projected fund-raising goal of 1.4 … more
WASHINGTON, DC — Congresswoman Claudia Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, who sits on the House Small Business Committee, commended the passage of three bills she cosponsored that support small … more
The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office will host a drug take back event at Union Station on Main Street in Utica on Saturday, April 24. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will be drive … more
TOWN OF MARCY — A man and woman are wanted by the authorities in connection with thefts from vehicles at the Canal Trail in Marcy. State police said the first vehicle was parked at the trail access … more
NEW HARTFORD — Effective Friday, April 23, Sangertown Square will begin a phased expansion of its hours of operation at the mall. Phase 1 of the new operating hours will begin Friday with the mall … more
UTICA — In a Tuesday news conference, Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. spoke to a recent outbreak involving area dance studios that has left hundreds of local students quarantined due … more
A man and woman have both been charged after getting into a fight with police officers on East Bloomfield Street in Rome shortly after midnight on Saturday, according to law enforcement officials. … more
TOWN OF VIENNA — A 35-year-old man is accused of attacking his girlfriend in front of a young child in Vienna, according to law enforcement officials. Sheriff’s deputies said Joshua Kidney was in … more
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