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The number of COVID-19 cases in Oneida County continues to rise as the pandemic grows locally, in New York and nationally even before a widely expected increase from the Thanksgiving holiday. The … more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, is urging the governor to allow school districts to receive transportation aid for expenses incurred during the COVID-19 pandemic, her office … more
The New York State Sheriff’s Association has issued a rebuke of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s recent executive order limiting the number of people who can gather inside their own homes. Ahead of the … more
Rome Memorial Hospital has reopened its COVID-19 ward as the number of cases of the coronavirus disease steadily increase, but this time it is with eight months of experience and more medical tools … more
A proposed solar project on the agenda for the 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec.1, city planning board meeting, is potentially up for some action Currently, the 4.3 megawatt solar project proposal for 6948 … more
The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill (VVS) school district is returning to a hybrid format next week involving in-person as well as remote instruction, while the Oriskany school district will change to remote … more
The Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority offers the following tips to reduce waste at Thanksgiving: • Oil and grease: The authority accepts used cooking oil and kitchen grease from residents at … more
TOWN OF VIENNA — The sheriff’s office has identified the victim of the fatal fire Wednesday, Nov. 18, at 8211 Deeley Road. Sgt. Richard Paul said Glen J. Coonrod, 76, was the only one home at the … more
A Virtual Quantum Collider 2.0 event, featuring various panels, discussions and networking sessions on accelerating quantum research and technology, will be Dec. 1 and 2, announced the Innovare … more
VERONA — A 5-hour prelicensing class, required for a New York State driver’s license, will be held on Saturday, Nov. 28, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Holy Cross Academy, 4020 Barrington … more
Rite Aid pharmacies has updated its COVID-19 testing program through a partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Effective immediately, no-charge testing at Rite Aid’s … more
TOWN OF VIENNA — A Camden man was charged with violating a court order of protection after showing up to a residence on West Lake Street Tuesday night. Deputies said they responded to West Lake … more
COPENHAGEN — A barn on Route 12 was destroyed by fire early Monday morning, with several cattle lost. Copenhagen Fire Chief T.J. Williams said several 911 calls were received for a fully involved … more
A Clinton man is accused of forcibly touching an underage girl in Rome, according to law enforcement officials. Investigators said Dorian Walker Jr., 31, intentionally and forcibly touched the … more
TOWN OF LYONSDALE — A man taken into custody for driving under the influence following a one-vehicle accident in which he left the scene, was additionally charged with grabbing a deputy after being … more
Changes are coming to the family-owned Rome Sentinel Company. Saturday, Nov. 28, will be the last Daily Sentinel printed at the Rome Sentinel Co. office on 333 W. Dominick St. Starting with the … more
UTICA — Oneida County reported the highest one-day number of new cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic arrived in March, nearly double the previous high, prompting new warnings to residents to avoid … more
Thanksgiving is only days away and the Rome Fire Department has some tips and safety guidelines for cooking the big meal. Firefighters across the country respond to over 1,600 cooking fires every … more
The Oneida County Youth Bureau is accepting proposals from non-profit organizations and cities, towns and villages to provide youth-oriented programs for delinquency prevention, recreation and youth … more
SYRACUSE — Senator Rachel May, D-53, was recognized by the New York State Association of Rural Health for her advocacy on rural healthcare funding and other issues faced by rural communities across … more
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