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Former county legislator Ronald D. Townsend told law enforcement officials that he was panicked when he sprayed another man with dog repellent on Westbrook Drive. Townsend said the man had been … more
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
Plea deals have been offered to the Rome mother and father accused of causing the death of their 6-month-old child by leaving her unattended for more than 12 hours. Brooke E. Renzi, 29, and Derek S. … more
A white male in his mid-30s wearing a black hoodie is wanted for the theft of a $160 hammer drill from Runnings on Rome-Taberg Road, according to a report by state law enforcers. State police said … more
Incumbent Republican Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo has received endorsements from the Conservative and Independence parties, according to a release from her campaign. The mayor was endorsed by the … 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
HOLLAND PATENT — A “Meet the Candidates” night for the Holland Patent Board of Education election race will be held Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the Holland Patent Middle School auditorium, 9601 … more
About 90 Rome school district teachers have received notices of potential layoffs for the next 2019-20 school year, district Superintendent Peter C. Blake said today. The notices, in relation to the … more
Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr and County Comptroller Joseph Timpano this week received the endorsements of the Conservative and Independence parties as they seek re-election to their … more
The Rome Chapter of Dollars for Scholars held its annual banquet at the Rome Polish Home on Wednesday evening. The volunteer organization awarded 62 initial scholarships and seven renewable … more
Former county legislator Ronald D. Townsend pleaded not guilty to pepper-spray assault in City Court this morning, according to court officials. Townsend, 74, of 1112 Laurel St., appeared before … more
UTICA — YWCA Mohawk Valley has announced the nine honorees who will be celebrated at its Salute to Outstanding Women luncheon and awards ceremony May 9 at Hart’s Hill Inn in Whitesboro. Salute is … more
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Congressman Anthony Brindisi, R-22nd District of Utica, is joining several other House members on calling for full funding of $9 million to make sure Customs and Border Patrol agents have the latest … more
BY MAC BULLOCK Staff writer Resident David Mattoon announced he will resume his candidacy for mayor of Rome, writing that he intends to make it “a city of God.” He is now the second declared … more
Asbestos found at the Liberty-George parking garage during demolition will slow the rate of the project’s completion, Bronze Contracting told city officials last month. … more
The race for the Republican nomination for Oneida County executive grew more bitter and personal Wednesday with incumbent Anthony J. Picente Jr. angrily calling challenger David Gordon … more
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Dexter Yager of Charlotte, N.C., a former Roman who became one of the most successful distributors in the history of the Amway product-marketing company, passed away Jan. 6 at age 79. Yager was … more
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A 19th century homestead in a rural part of Rome and vacant for several years after being used by state agencies is likely going to a distant relative of the last family to live there. Four bids were … more
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