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As a new school year approaches, COVID-19 infections are again on the rise, fueled by highly transmissible variants, filling families with dread. more

Kyle Tomcak was looking for a home for his in-laws in the suburbs around Denver, something priced close to $450,000. more
A man accused of attacking New York GOP gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin during a recent campaign rally told investigators he'd been drinking that day and didn't know who the congressman was, … more

Jervis Public Library, will offer a special Friday evening session of its popular Unplug & Play tabletop game program on Friday, July 29 ... more
“An Evening with the Symphony,” featuring the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra will take place Friday evening, July 29 ... more
After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the city’s annual Honor America Days celebration returns in full force. The parade will step off at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 30 ... more
A California city that was destroyed by an earthquake in 1925 was beautifully rebuilt with the help of a Rome native. Architect James Joseph Plunkett was born in Rome in 1900. The Pacific Coast … more
After 114 years of serving the local community and a recent maelstrom of events, the iconic Savoy Restaurant, which closed its doors last year ... more
The Utica Zoo recently installed a new Story Walk display developed by the Oneida Indian Nation and Colgate University in its children’s zoo section near the main entrance. more
Electricity was out for nearly 600 National Gird customers in north Utica on Friday, shutting down traffic lights and darkening businesses for about an hour midday .... more
The injuries are not believed to be life-threatening, troopers said Friday afternoon. more
The Adirondack Railroad is bringing back its popular dinner train series on Tuesday, July 26. The train departs Utica’s Union Station, traveling to the station in Remsen and back. more
A former Utica police officer has been fined and sentenced to probation after pleading guilty in Federal Court to violating a man’s civil rights by kicking him in the face while hand-cuffed ... more
An iconic spot in south Utica will celebrate two decades of being open for business. more
A New Hartford teenager is accused of setting multiple fires at the Hillside Garden Apartments over the past few months, according to the New Hartford Police Department. more
A world-class deposit of rare and unusual Herkimer Diamond quartz crystals can be found a few miles outside the city of Little Falls. more
UPDATED STORY: A suspicious "homemade firework" is under investigation after it was found Thursday morning near the Delta Dam ... more
A dollar doesn’t go as far as it did at the beginning of this year and it’s only getting worse as food pantries work to ensure the hardest hit in the community don’t go hungry. more
Ward 1 Councilor Gary Reisman has left the Oneida Common Council and his replacement, Jim Szczerba, was sworn in at Tuesday’s meeting. more
The Rome Police Department is bringing back their popular Law Enforcement Day on Saturday, with a new focus on games and interacting with the community. more
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