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The Knights of Columbus #391 announced the St. Timothy Award winners for the Catholic churches of Rome during a dinner on Thursday. more
Several area students have been recognized for academic excellence with inclusion on the dean’s list at the Buffalo State College for the spring 2022 semester. more
Caleb Jeff, a senior at Waterville High School, and Alyssa Spina, a senior at Whitesboro High School, were each awarded a 14th annual Kathleen A. Clements Scholarship ... more

The Adirondack Railroad will honor past and present volunteers with a celebration of its 30th anniversary on July 9 at Thendara Station. The public is invited. more
Several streets in the Village of Canastota will be closed Sunday afternoon as part of the ongoing events at the International Boxing Hall of Fame. more
New York State Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon announced on Friday the passage of a new bill to establish a Blue Alert system... more
Local cancer survivors and their caregivers will take the celebratory first lap at the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Central NY presented by Upstate Cancer Center ... more
The Rome City School District’s board of education approved a request for proposals to enter into a contract with Access Global Group... more
The Baggs Square Brewing Company, a German-inspired brewery at 330 Main St., will host a Linden Tree Festival from noon to midnight today. more
River Road was busier than usual as Max’s Print Shop celebrated the grand opening of its new location. more
The House panel investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol laid the blame firmly on Donald Trump Thursday night... more
In honor of Pride Month, Utica University’s Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Student Transitions is partnering with the Q Center at ACR Health to host a free public training … more
Madison County Elections Commissioners Laura Martino and Mary Egger are reminding voters how they can cast ballots in the primary on Tuesday, June 28. more
It’s been a rough couple of years, especially for teenagers. Between the shutdowns and the shift to contactless everything — including education — adolescents got a pretty raw deal. more
Clear Path for Veterans celebrated its 2022 Veteran and Service dog graduating class, consisting of 10 veterans and their dogs last Saturday. more
Vehicles participating in a recent Touch a Truck event also included: A Verona Fire Department truck, a race car, an Oneida County Sheriff’s Office police car, Town of Verona dump/plow truck, … more
The Boonville community turned out last weekend to support a host of community organizations and efforts during the Best of Boonville celebration. more
The spring weather has been favorable for a host of different crops for area farmers. more
The New York State Legislature has passed a bill that if signed into law by the governor, will end the retail sale of dogs, cats, and rabbits in pet stores across the state. more
A New York appellate judge allows elections to proceed this year under redistricting maps drawn by Democrats but ordered lawmakers to revise the maps in time for the 2024 elections. more
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