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In 2022, Rome Capitol Arts Complex completed the majority of its much-anticipated $2.5 million restoration project. more

A young loon got iced in on First Lake last week and was rescued by staff and volunteers from the Saranac Lake-based Adirondack Center for Loon Conservation. more
One person is dead and a second is in critical condition after they were shot on Seymour Avenue in Utica late Monday night, according to the Utica Police Department. more

An Oneida man is facing multiple charges following a robbery at a convenience store on Madison Street in the city Tuesday morning, according to the Oneida Police Department. more
In the first and even second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, multi-week quarantines and isolations were common for many Americans, especially children. more
Eva Guzman’s expenses have swelled, but she feels comfortable financially thanks to the savings she and her late husband stockpiled for a rainy day. more
The holiday season was a bit brighter for some local residents in need thanks to members of Oneida American Legion Post 169. more
Two firefighters suffered minor injuries and two residents have been displaced after a fire on South Street in Utica very early New Year’s Day, according to the Utica Fire Department. more
A Herkimer man was found with a quantity of narcotics after being picked up on a warrant on Saturday, according to the Frankfort Police Department. more
Here are steps you can take to make sure you’re ready for the next emergency. more
Three strikes and you’re not out; you’re in good shape. Why? Because it’s bowling! Here is an activity that has truly changed over the years. more
No matter how hard I tried, the pieces would not fit together properly. more
It was Director Johnson, on Netflix with the “Glass Onion.” That’s the solution for the most fun you’re going to have watching a new movie at home this holiday season. more
People, businesses and organizations all over Utica rang in the new year with celebrations throughout the city. more
Starting Jan. 1, many Americans will qualify for a tax credit of up to $7,500 for buying an electric vehicle. more
If you have visited one of the three New York State Thruway rest stops that were rebuilt and reopened within the last few months, then you may have some thoughts about their size. more
They say a church is the people and not the building, and Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES is the same, said District Superintendent Patricia Kilburn more
Barbara Walters, the intrepid interviewer, anchor and program host who blazed the way as the first woman to become a TV news superstar, has died. She was 93. more
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, the shy German theologian who tried to reawaken Christianity in a secularized Europe died Saturday. He was the first pontiff in 600 years to resign from the job. more
The Supreme Court of the State of New York, Appellate Division, Fourth Judicial Department, has voted that the Oneida County Industrial Development Agency can not take the property at 411 Columbia St. more
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