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In-person jury trials are scheduled to resume in Oneida County Court next week, starting with a drug possession trial out of Utica. County Commissioner of Jurors James P. Goodman said the state … more
The Rome branch of the NAACP and the Rome Police Department teamed up on Wednesday to pass out pandemic supplies and help residents with both voter registration and the U.S. Census. The free event … more
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the swearing in of Rome native Phyllis Shantz to the United States Secret Service. Around 1970, the Secret Service was concerned about the lack of female … more
A new trial date of Oct. 19 has been scheduled for accused killer Jason P. D’Avolio, whose murder trial was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Court officials said jury trials will resume in … more
Guiding and encouraging her first-grade students through a social studies lesson Monday afternoon while she was seated in her classroom, Denti Elementary School teacher Candace Darois asked one … more
LEE — The Waterman Family has been reunited with its 4-year-old labradoodle, Tia. The dog is a beloved pet — especially by 13-year-old twins Andrew and William — and has been a constant … more
As she did on the first day of classes a year ago, Rome Catholic School (RCS) Principal Nancy Wilson stood just outside an entrance to the 800 Cypress St. building around 7:30 this morning, greeting … more
In an open house on Friday, ongoing work on a mixed use housing project — Air City Lofts — was unveiled. Seated on the Griffiss Business and Technology Park, the units — with rents ranging … more
As of this morning, a police investigation continues into a weekend incident that involved racist graffiti found on a rented U-Haul truck parked outside a residence on First Street. Police said a … more
Friday morning, Rome city officials converged on the city’s Police and Firemen’s Memorial Park across from the Central Fire Station on Black River Boulevard for a 9/11 memorial service. This … more
UTICA — Oneida County’s revenue from sales tax appears to be bouncing back from being as much as 40% off budget early in the COVID-19 pandemic, but because there is too much unknown about how … more
At Wednesday night’s Rome Common Council meeting, city officials reacted to an incident of racism reported to police last weekend. Police said a Nazi swastika, racial slurs and more were written on … more
The Rome Hospital Foundation’s Board of Directors has appointed Chester DiBari III as the agency’s new executive director. “This is an exciting time to join the Rome Hospital Foundation,” … more
LEE — A Lee family is asking the community to help them reunite their dog with their children. Shelley and Bill Waterman are offering a $100 reward for anyone who finds their four-year-old orange … more
WESTMORELAND — It’s been “crazy,” Westmoreland school district Superintendent Rocco Migliori said shortly after 7 this morning, regarding all the planning and preparations for today’s … more
On Saturday, participants in a second planned demonstration at the 801 North James St. seated The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing facility. The first protest was held in early August after resident … more
CAMDEN — Thirty-three residents were displaced from Valehaven Community Residence, an assisted living facility, on Main Street after a fire and subsequent smoke and water damage — severely … more
As the summer season winds down heading into Labor Day weekend, campgrounds at Delta Lake State Park have been as busy as usual after a late start due to the COVID-19 pandemic, says park manager Joe … more
Appearing at a community food pantry at Staley Elementary School, U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand advocated Wednesday for her proposal to expand and extend federal programs to help meet families’ food … more
A second planned demonstration at the 160-bed The Grand Rehabilitation and Nursing facility at 801 N. James St. will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday amid growing numbers of allegations statewide against … more
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