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After flu hit historically low levels during the COVID-19 pandemic, it may be poised for a comeback, health officials say. more
The Supreme Court is beginning its new term, welcoming the public back to the courtroom and hearing arguments for the first time since issuing a landmark ruling stripping away women's constitutional protections for abortion. more
Cinema Capitol, 230 W. Dominick St., will present “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” for two nights at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8 and Saturday, Oct. 15 as part of the Capitol Arts Complex. more
Novelist, filmmaker and Zen Buddhist priest Ruth Ozeki will present the Winton J. Tolles Lecture at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6 in the Hamilton College Chapel. more
Between the Russian invasion of Ukraine and sky-high oil and gas prices, a significant pellet fuel supply shortage is likely this winter season. more
October marks Polish American Heritage Month, a time that recognizes the history and culture of the Polish American community. more
About 30 Mohawk residential school survivors and their families marched across the Cornwall bridge to Canada last Saturday. more
Legislation to amend the city Zoning Code relating to the establishment and construction of solar arrays within the city, will now move forward to the city Planning Board. more
The Adirondacks are known for its breathtaking fall views which typically arrive when the crowds from the summer begin to thin out and cooler temperatures arrive. more
Several students at Otto Shortell Middle School in Madison County suffered an adverse reaction on Friday after eating food laced with marijuana. more
Beautiful fall colors continue to emerge across New York — with foliage expected to be at or beyond midpoint of change this weekend in parts of several regions. more
The city of Utica is looking for a partner interested in running the soon-to-be renovated Valley View Clubhouse and the accompanying banquet, restaurant and bar space. more
For the last year and a half, Rome Free Academy swimming and diving team student-athletes have competed in “home” swim team meets that weren’t really at “home” at all. more
A Marcy man admitted in federal court in Albany on Wednesday to mailing a threatening letter to a woman who was trying to break up with him. more
Check out “The Phoenix,” installed in the green at the Hangar Road roundabout on Route 825 in the Griffiss Business & Technology Park on Wednesday. more
At the heart of the Hamilton community lies an old train depot. Though its rails and passengers are long gone, its line carries a new legacy: one of history. more
The ramp from eastbound Route 5 and northbound Route 12 to Campion Road in New Hartford and Utica will be closed today for paving operations. more
Mayor Robert Palmieri, along with First District Councilor Katie Aiello, marked the start of a number of improvements to the area surrounding Franklin Square and Liberty Bell Park. more
With less than seven weeks until Election Day, the race to become New York’s first elected governor since Andrew Cuomo quit the job in August 2021 has turned into a debate over debates. more
The Utica Zoo is looking to reopen its doors this week after a recent inspection by the United States Department of Agriculture caused them to close for several days. more
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