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WHITESTOWN — A bat has tested positive for rabies in Whitestown, the Oneida County Health Department has reported. The bat was sent to the state Department of Health Wadsworth Center for testing on … more
In a Wednesday announcement, Oneida County noted that Moderna and Johnson & Johnson booster shots are now available at county-operated vaccination sites, according to a release. “Vaccination is … more
TOWN OF LEE — The Lee Town Board passed the town’s 2022 budget unanimously, cementing 40 years of no town tax levy for residents at a special meeting on Tuesday. Among items in the $2,797,322 … more
The Rome Twigs, whose philantropic efforts have benefited generations of patients at Rome Health, is accepting donations online for its annual Tree of Lights campaign. A visible symbol of the season, … more
NEW YORK — New York is the best state to work from home in, according to a study by Amerisleep. The research examined both work environment and home-living environment – and then calculated to … more
BLOSSVALE — It’s no trick but rather a $20,837 treat for the owner of a top prize-winning Take 5 lottery ticket was sold this weekend at the Y Hill Express, 2344 Route 49. A customer bought the … more
In September, Congresswoman Claudia Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, launched Community Opportunity Surveys for constituents and business owners residing in New York’s 22nd Congressional District, both … more
A Rome man was taken into custody Wednesday morning on multiple open warrants, including 11 out of City Court for failing to appear. Police said Chad M. Andrews, 22, pointed a rifle at a person at … more
A Madison County man was caught on video stealing a Rome woman’s purse, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Nicholas L. Wallace, 22, of Chittenango, stole a woman’s purse from her … more
ONEIDA — The Oneida City School District has joined the Connected Community Schools family with a ceremony on Tuesday to cement the partnership between the district and the agency that seeks to … more
CLINTON — The Hamilton College Levitt Public Affairs Center and the College Community Partnership for Racial Justice will host a webinar to discuss its findings on police reform that will be … more
WAMPSVILLE — Madison County has announced that the County Courthouse will be illuminated green Nov. 7-13 as part of Operation Green Light, in support veterans of all military conflicts, with a … more
TOWN OF LENOX — Three people have been charged with drug possession and cooking methamphetamine after three mobile meth labs were found during a traffic stop in Madison Count. Sheriff’s deputies … more
SHERRILL — The Sherrill Garden Club will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 2, at 6 p.m. in the Sherrill-Kenwood Library, 543 Sherrill Road, Sherrill. After the business meeting, those present … more
UTICA — Mohawk Valley Community College will host three Admissions Information Sessions on Thursday, Nov. 11, at its Utica Campus, 1101 Sherman Drive. The sessions are planned around the Veterans … more
A 28-year-old man was found with a BB gun and sawed-off shotgun at the Walmart in north Utica Tuesday night, according to law enforcement officials. No one was injured. Police said they were called … more
Keaton & Lloyd Bookshop, located in the Rome Arts District at 236 W. Dominick St., hosted a grand opening celebration last week. Jason Tokey, executive director of Rome Art & Community … more
VERONA — Councilman Fred “Fritz” Scherz Jr. from Verona, announced he is officially running again for re-election to the Verona Town Board in this year’s upcoming election. Scherz has earned … more
UTICA — In a Monday announcement, Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri announced a partnership with the HomeOwnershipCenter on a residential rehabilitation project for Utica residents. Earlier this year, … more
Mutual aid log To report an emergency: 911 Monday 2:26 a.m. Whitesboro and COCVAC Ambulance, Clark Mills Road, Whitestown, motor vehicle accident. 2:42 a.m. Willowvale, Danberry Circle, New Hartford, … more
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