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Oneida County has recorded its biggest one-day increase in the number of lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19, but that was expected and may indicate the outbreak is running its course and could be … more
UTICA – In accordance with a New York State Department of Health directive for updated COVID-19 guidance regarding Obstetrical settings, Mohawk Valley Health System has updated its visitor … more
Mutual aid log Monday 5 a.m. Westmoreland, Spring Road, Verona, accident. 5:09 a.m. Verona, to same. 5:18 p.m. Yorkville, 6th St., investigate. 9:53 p.m. New York Mills, Main St., carbon monoxide. … more
LATHAM — Maj. Gen. Ray Shields, the adjutant general for New York, has announced the promotion of three local members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their capability for … more
UTICA — Aqua Vino Restaurant is holding an Easter-to-go meal that will include donations to 100 local families. The business is seeking donors to help fund those meals. Nicole Kirnan-Kelly, who is … more
HERKIMER — The Herkimer County Community College Board of Trustees will hold their annual meeting and regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, April 15, at 6 p.m. in the Robert McLaughlin College … more
City Department of Public Works Commissioner Butch Conover wants to remind residents of best practices in managing the community transition to new residential trash hauler, Controlled Waste Systems, … more
CITY OF ONEIDA — An adult white male accused of stealing from Walmart in Madison County is wanted by city police. According to police, the white male shoplifted from Walmart at about 3:15 a.m. … more
Seniors with Medicare are being widely targeted by scammers trying to take advantage of coronavirus fears, according to the New York Alliance Against Insurance Fraud. Scammers are offering free … more
UTICA — While the Utica Zoo is temporarily closed, the zoo has been forced to postpone numerous on-grounds fundraising events. However, the Utica Zoo will hold an all-digital Eggstravaganza event … more
The 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 8, Rome Common Council meeting will once again be conducted remotely and the public can listen in via an audio live stream. The audio live stream can be accessed by … more
The cost to Oneida County government of responding to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak will likely be well more than $1 million, County Executive Anthony Picente Jr. said as he prepares to seek … more
While there is no state information yet on students’ grade level assignments for 2020-21 in relation to COVID-19 impacts, the Rome school district anticipates the matter will be left for school … more
Physicians Urgent Care at Griffiss is suspending its services, effective Wednesday, April 8, to centralize clinical resources to best meet the community’s needs. “With the on-going COVID-19 … more
Requirements that students must meet this year to earn high school diplomas, credentials and endorsements have been modified due to the COVID-19 situation, the state Education Department announced … more
Count the dairy industry — long beset by rising costs and low milk prices — as among those industries effectively upended by COVID-19. With markets for their products in enormous flux from … more
Today, Rome Mayor Jacqueline Izzo and Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri will join thousands of local leaders across the country in a nationwide virtual event highlighting the impact of national service in … more
A special Oneida County sheriff’s detail will investigate reports of congregating at bars and restaurants that are supposed to have only take-out service in an effort to crack down on lingering … more
NEW YORK (AP) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo extended stay-at-home restrictions through the month and increased fines on violators to up to $1,000, citing fresh evidence Monday that the … more
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