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Oneida County reported seven new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, for 116 known active cases, and appears to be avoiding the uptick in positive-test rates seen in many other regions of New York. Six … more
The murder trial of Jason P. D'Avolio is going to be a look into the life of his wife and alleged victim, Kerrilee. According to opening statements delivered in County Court Tuesday afternoon, the … more
Daniel Buttermann, candidate for New York’s 121st Assembly District gave the following answers to questions regarding the upcoming general election: Can you give constituents a bit of background … more
John Salka, the incumbent assemblyman for New York’s 121st District, gave the following answers to questions regarding the upcoming general election: Can you give constituents a bit of background … more
The 121st Assembly District is a diverse district. It includes the city of Oneida in northeastern Madison County and extends across the largely rural remainder of Madison County. It includes the … more
CLINTON - The College/Community Partnership for Racial Justice Reform is offering its fifth free online and broadcast webinar program at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21 on WPNY (channel 11 analog or … more
UTICA — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has designated $800,000 for cleaning up and securing the hazardous site of the former CharlesTown Mall, the former factory and one-time outlet mall … more
Cree Inc., the North Carolina-based semiconductor company building a billion-dollar fabrication factory in Marcy, announced Monday it is selling its LED line of business and focusing on the products … more
WESTMORELAND — Multiple volunteers were dispatched to a house fire on Route 26 in Westmoreland Tuesday morning. Smoke and flames were reported at the two-story 6031 Route 26 shortly after 8 a.m. … more
Mutual aid log Monday 8:46 a.m. New Hartford, Seneca Turnpike, vehicle fire. 12:46 p.m. Forestport, Route 28, wires down. 2:14 p.m. Holland Patent, grass/tree fire. 2:42 p.m. Westernville, Main … more
The first witnesses are scheduled for Wednesday morning in the murder trial of Rome man Jason P. D’Avolio, accused of shooting his estranged wife Kerrilee and throwing her body in a dumpster. The … more
A public hearing originally for a cell tower project in the town of Verona has been delayed and is expected to be rescheduled sometime possibly in November, town officials say. There was a public … more
A debate among the candidates for the 22nd Congressional District is planned for 8 p.m. Thursday at the studios of public broadcaster WSKG in Binghamton, with a live broadcast on CSPAN and streaming … more
TOWN OF LEE — Noting its added importance this year due to COVID-19’s impact on other fundraising events, the Lee Center Volunteer Fire Department’s annual fund drive by mail is underway. … more
A special meeting of the Rome Common Council will be held at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21, for councilors to receive the mayor’s proposed 2021 city budget. Due to the coronavirus pandemic and … more
The stands at Rome Free Academy Stadium were empty Monday night for the Black Knights’ 1-0 overtime field hockey win over New Hartford. The district changed its policy on attendance, limiting it to … more
Oneida County reported two new COVID-19 cases on Monday for 118 known active positive cases as indicators of the pandemic continue to decline in the county and region, and New York state announced … more
A man was charged with drug possession during a traffic stop Wednesday. Rome Police Lt. Sharon Rood said patrols pulled over a vehicle driven by Cody J. Teesdale, 34, of North Washington Street, for … more
TRENTON — A cow has tested positive for rabies in the town of Trenton, according to an announcement today by the Oneida County Department of Health. The cow was sent to the New York State … more
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