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Schumer and James among the winners. more
Democrat Kathy Hochul has become the first woman elected New York governor, winning the office outright that she took over in 2021 when former Gov. Andrew Cuomo resigned. more
Colgate University is returning to the Oneida Indian Nation more than 1,500 items once buried with ancestral remains. more

Oneida County Democratic Election Commissioner Sarah Bormann and Republican Election Commissioner Nichole Shortell reported an "amazing" Election Day turnout midday during the midterm elections. more
More than 100 students from colleges and high schools across the state met at Mohawk Valley Community College Saturday for the excitement of the annual CNY Hackathon. more
Authorizing an amendment to the 2022 city water budget is among the agenda items for the next Common Council meeting to be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9 in Council Chambers of City Hall. more
Rome Health has opened its new $11.4 million Medical Center on the hospital’s main campus, opening the doors Monday on the freshly completed 31,000-square foot, two-story center. more
Monday night’s estimated $1.9 billion Powerball jackpot is nearly $400 million larger than the previous record jackpot and will keep growing until someone finally wins the prize. more
The Oneida County Child Fatality Review Team distributed 432 free fire extinguishers to residents across Oneida County as part of National Fire Prevention Month in October. more
After months of primaries, campaign events and fundraising pleas, the midterm elections that will determine the balance of power in Washington and state capitals are finally here. more
In its 34th year, the Rome Art and Community Center’s Holiday House will be held the weekends of Nov. 11-13 and Nov. 18-20 at the art center, 308 W. Bloomfield St. more
While most of the dazzling color from the fall foliage display in Central New York has been raked up and is awaiting collection by the curb, there remain some pockets of color. more
With Black Friday and the holiday shopping season right around the corner, the New York State Division of Consumer Protection has some tips and advice for safe online shopping. more
Common Councilors are gathering to deliberate Mayor Helen Acker’s proposed $25 million budget for 2023. more
DCL Management Corp, tenant of 2 Freedom Mall, was approved by the city Zoning Board of Appeals during its regular meeting Wednesday for a 30-foot wide by 7-foot high Five Below. more
As temperatures continue to drop and the winter months approach, some of the city’s homeless will find themselves in a deadly situation. more
With gameplay beginning Wednesday, Nov. 9, the Nexus Center is set to open in time for the first game.   more
Several members of the community were honored with New York State Commendation Awards by state Sen. Joseph A. Griffo. more
Oneida’s history is rich and unique, and sometimes is thrust into the national spotlight, even associating itself with one of the nation’s former presidents. more
The Boonville Police Department will be cracking down on drivers at crosswalks after repeated violations at Boonville Elementary School on Post Street, according to department officials. more
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