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Though the Beeches Inn and Restaurant has closed up shop, the fate of its iconic wolf statue is uncertain — yet again, although it appears relatively safe and secure for the time being. Two … more
KIRKLAND — Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a fatal motor vehicle accident that occurred on Route 12 just before 8 a.m. Lt. Ronald Townsend said the road would remain closed during the crash … more
Snowmobilers are welcoming a move by the Adirondack Park Agency that could lead to removal of rail tracks on part of a corridor that links the Tug Hill region and western Adirondack Park to Lake … more
A Rome woman is among 11 people announced as part of a welfare fraud sting by the District Attorney’s Office and the Department of Social Services. All 11 people charged are scheduled to appear in … more
Developing a referendum proposal for a capital project for Rome Free Academy and Staley Elementary School, plus Board of Education election races for three seats, are on the 2019 agenda for the Rome … more
The Parkway Center on the Memorial Parkway in Utica has begun to collect food for the 9/11 Day of Service Event.The center will hold a food drive at the North Utica Price Chopper and the North Utica … more
Mutual aid logTo report an emergency: 911Wednesday5:13 p.m. Remsen and STaR Ambulance, James Road, accident/injury.6:43 p.m. Lee Center, Family Circle, request to investigate.8:09 p.m. Whitesboro, … more
Rome Art and Community Center’s summer program – ARTLETICS — wrapped up its activities with a Fun Day.Two bounce houses were rented from NY Party Time Rentals for the day and the children … more
Book Jam, a literacy-promotion event featuring local children’s authors, books for sale, and kids’ crafts and activities, is planned for noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29 at the Handshake City … more
Madison County has designated October as the open-enrollment period in which property may be added to an existing agricultural district, a designation intended to encourage keep farmland in … more
A 35-year-old man has been charged after a large fight outside the Copper City Ultra Lounge very early Sunday morning. Police said several people were fighting outside the Ultra Lounge at about 1:25 … more
The Fort Schuyler American Legion Post in Utica awarded the Corrections Officer of the Year and the Deputy of the Year awards at the start of the county Board of Legislators meeting Wednesday … more
Local Department of Motor Vehicles offices are likely to get busier in 2019 as stricter identification requirements for boarding domestic flights and crossing a border get closer. Starting in October … more
The EOS/ESD Association is supporting the third annual Project Fibonacci STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) Conference by providing $3,000 in scholarship funds to benefit students … more
The Oneida Indian Nation is partnering with Caesars Entertainment to be ready to offer betting on sports at its gaming venues, including Turning Stone Resort Casino in Vernon, when regulations come … more
The city Parks and Recreation Department will hold its 10th annual “Sweet Heart Couples Dance,” open to all children under 12 and their parent/guardians, on Friday, Feb. 8 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the … more
The Rome Fire Department helped stop a wrong-way, drunken driver on Route 26 Friday afternoon, according to law enforcement officials.Sheriff’s deputies said they received several calls for a … more
ONEIDA — From the informative to the creative to the fun, Oneida Public Library (OPL) has something in programming to offer all students who will be on spring recess April 23 through April 27.On … more
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