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TOWN OF LEE — The town’s three-week-old ban on lawn watering and car-washing in its water district is working, and has dampened some of town officials’ concerns about draining district … more
In celebration of Jervis Public Library’s 125th anniversary on July 15, the library is offering a series of free virtual programs about the history of the library and founder John B. Jervis to view … more
The Sherrill Kenwood Library new hours now in effect are Monday and Tuesday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Wednesday and Thursday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The library is closed Friday to Sunday and all legal holidays. more
WESTMORELAND — How will learning and instruction look in the fall as restrictions continue to be mandated during the COVID-19 pandemic? Westmoreland Central School has started the complicated, … more
The New York State Police and Park Police are cracking down on seat belt use inside state parks for the next month. The Buckle Up New York Summer Parks Initiative is an enforcement and educational … more
The annual Boilermaker road race in Utica was cancelled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic — and the Utica Police Department has put out a warning to anyone who is considering running the … more
Two Utica men were charged after they were found in a motor vehicle that was linked to a homicide in Erie County, according to law enforcement officials. According to the Erie County District … more
YORKVILLE — A 9-year-old boy was hit by a passing truck on Oriskany Boulevard Thursday evening, and law enforcement is searching for the driver. Village Police said the 9-year-old boy was riding a … more
Mutual aid log To report an emergency: 911 Friday 2:05 a.m. Westmoreland and COCVAC Ambulance, East Main St., accident. 7:35 a.m. West Leyden, East Ava Road, Ava, fire. 9:45 a.m. New York Mills, … more
At least 269 employers in and around Rome are taking part in the federal Paycheck Protection Program to help them preserve more than 3,000 jobs during the coronavirus pandemic, according to data … more
WESTERNVILLE — For the A-OK Campground & Marina at 7106 Stokes-Westernville Road on the north shore of Delta Lake, the business started by his father in 1973 has always “been about … more
Oneida County had 15 new positive cases of COVID-19 in the 24 hours ending at noon Friday, and two more deaths from the disease. The two deaths were nursing-home related, the county announced. Two of … more
VERONA —  Efforts of Vernon-Verona-Sherrill school district faculty, staff, families and local businesses and organizations in “lending a helping hand to those in need over the past several … more
Mutual aid log To report an emergency: 911 Thursday 12:06 a.m. Clinton and COCVAC Ambulance, accident/injury. 6:39 a.m. Sauquoit and Edwards Ambulance, Pinnacle Road, Paris, accident/injury. 8:14 … more
UTICA — The Utica Zoo has announced it has postponed its Brewfest fundraiser originally scheduled for Aug. 1. The postponement comes in response to concern for safety of all visitors and adhering … more
The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce has named the LaRoma Pizzeria, 600 Floyd Ave., its Member of the Week.  “After mastering the art of preparing homemade Italian dishes at the age of 33, Russell … more
UTICA — Mohawk Valley Community College will host several virtual information sessions about its Adult Degree Program (ADP) in Business Administration, designed to help participants earn an … more
TOWN OF SULLIVAN — A Utica woman was found with nearly three ounces of marijuana during a traffic stop on the Thruway in Madison County, according to law enforcement officials. State police said … more
The Rome Community Theater will host two upcoming fundraisers. In cooperation with Scotty’s Barbecue and the Rome Teachers Federal Credit Union, the RCT will hold a chicken barbecue on Tuesday, … more
CAMDEN — Organizers of the Mohawk Valley/Central New Yorkers and Main Street Patriots for President Donald Trump and Republican Congressional candidate Claudia Tenney have announced they will hold … more
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