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At the recent 2022 Oneida Fireman’s Benevolent Association Awards Ceremony, local first responders were commended for recent rescues and lifesaving actions. more
It may not be winter quite yet, but by the looks of things outdoors, neighbors may argue otherwise. more
Rome Twigs will host the tree lighting ceremony for its annual Tree of Lights fundraiser Sunday, Dec. 4, at the Rome Hospital green on North James Street. more

Herkimer Jr./Sr. High School’s Student Council, National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society are once again hard at work on their annual holiday project.  more
People in their 80s lead countries, create majestic art and perform feats of endurance. more
The investigation remains ongoing into why a 20-year-old man shot and killed a 24-year-old man on Utica's west side Sunday, according to the Utica Police Department. more
President Joe Biden is sending federal aid to western New York to help state and local authorities clean up from the massive storm that dumped as much as 6 feet of snow in western and northern New York, the White House announced Monday. more
The combination of cooler weather and more home cooking associated with the Thanksgiving holiday often lead to an increase in home cooking fires, according to FASNY. more
Trailing badly in his Arizona Senate race as votes poured in, Republican Blake Masters went on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News program and assigned blame to one person: Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. more
There will be more cooking, more comedy and more music - plus spectacles he was never allowed to do on TV - as Food Network and Netflix star and cookbook author Alton Brown brings his specially … more
The holidays came to Utica a little early as Christmas on Main Street returned after a two-year hiatus. more
New Forest Cemetery, which previously suffered through neglect and dilapidated conditions, held an open house on Saturday, Nov. 19 to showcase the improved conditions under the new volunteer board. more
One of the most notable establishments in Utica is now up for sale. Tiny’s Grill, 1014 State St., has been a staple for the city for over 90 years, serving food and drinks and providing jazz. more
Bank of Utica, along with Utica’s public safety departments and city officials, will once again host a New Year’s Eve celebration in downtown Utica. more
For more than 20 years, the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce has been encouraging local residents to stick close to home when it comes to holiday shopping. more
The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles is reminding residents to register their snowmobiles ahead of the winter riding season. Snowmobile registrations must be renewed annually. more
A 50-year-old man has been charged with arson after setting his ex-companion's photo albums and yearbooks on fire. more
Tips and possible solutions toward making the community safer were among the topics discussed during the city’s first Public Safety Meeting at South Rome Senior Center on Wednesday night. more
Plans for an $18.5 million project to restore and convert multiple buildings in the city’s downtown area for mixed use have been announced. more
A new barbecue establishment is bringing the heat to Utica. Utica BBQ, located at 244 Roosevelt Drive, in the former Boneyard BBQ building, celebrated its grand opening last Friday. more
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