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Mutual aid log To report an emergency: 911 Monday 4:14 p.m. Willowvale, Oneida St., New Hartford, wires down. 5:44 p.m. Barneveld, N. Gage Road, Trenton, vehicle fire. 7:12 p.m. Whitesboro and COCVAC … more
MARCY — SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s online program to offer a bachelor’s in nursing to current registered nurses has been ranked No. 1 in the state and No. 4 in the U.S. by … more
The YWCA of the Mohawk Valley has launched new digital crisis services for Oneida and Herkimer counties, allowing victims to contact the agency via text and chat lines. The agency’s crisis hotline … more
A 33-year-old Utica man was taken into custody in Rome on Monday, accused of attempting to kill another man in Utica last week. Police said a man was shot in the 900 block of Elizabeth St. in Utica … more
FLOYD — There will be a special meeting of the town of Floyd Zoning Board of Appeals on Thursday, June 4, at 7 p.m. to hear two applicant appeals. The meeting will be held at Floyd Town Hall, 8299 … more
WESTERN — The town of Western Historical Society is canceling its monthly meeting scheduled for Thursday, June 11, due to precautions associated with the coronavirus pandemic. The society will … more
VERONA — A Monday regular Verona Town Board meeting was the second time in the last two weeks the town has returned to in-person public meetings in the wake of coronavirus pandemic shutdowns. This, … more
The State Superfund Program site on Kingsley Avenue was recently reclassified as it no longer presents a significant threat to public health and/or the environment, according to the New York State … more
An additional public presentation on the Rome school district's proposed 2020-21 budget on a remote basis Monday night drew just one question from the public. The question, through an online "chat" … more
Until further notice, the city of Rome will no longer accept drop off of green waste at the City Yard, 132 Race St. on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon. more
Oneida County has identified the following sites of potential public COVID-19 exposure to a person confirmed to have the coronavirus that causes it. In each case, the person wore a mask, county … more
Over one hundred people participated in a peaceful protest against police brutality in front of the Rome Police Department Monday evening. What started as a handful of people on the sidewalk at 301 … more
With signs that the spread of COVID-19 outside nursing homes and other institutional facilities has subsided or at least leveled off, Oneida County officials expressed guarded optimism that reopening … more
NEW YORK (AP) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday he was concerned that mass protests over George Floyd’s death in New York City could imperil the long, hard fight to contain the coronavirus pandemic … more
The eventual reopening of school buildings following closures due to COVID-19 will involve a multi-step process of communications with the state occurring this month plus July and August, says Rome … more
CAMDEN — A public hearing will be held Tuesday night on the Camden school district's proposed 2020-21 district budget which includes a 2.49% percent increase in the local tax levy and one teacher … more
Oneida County reported two new deaths related to COVID-19 this weekend as total confirmed cases reached 1,019. Both of the deaths, reported Saturday, were related to nursing homes. The county has had … more
The mailing of ballots to Rome school district voters for the June 9 election has been delayed, according to district Superintendent Peter C. Blake. The ballots previously had been expected to arrive … more
Several dozen people attended a prayer meeting in front of the Redeemer Church, 129 N. Washington St. on Sunday morning. Church Pastor Mark Schilling held the gathering for people to come together … more
TOWN OF LEE — A Rome man is accused of sabotaging a generator at a business on Turin Road in violation of an order of protection, according to law enforcement officials. Deputies said Michael J. … more
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