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Herkimer College graduated its fifth class from the Phase I Pre-Employment Police Basic Training course at a June 1 ceremony. more

A free webinar to help educate the public about how the ONA helps new Americans navigate a variety of free services. more
The Utica Center for Development will host a recycling drive from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 10. more

Pre-school students from Denice Luczak’s class at Clough Elementary School enjoyed a fun and educational activity Tuesday as they released trout in the stream at Guyer Field. See the video in the article. more
The Rotary Clubs of Utica, New Hartford, North Utica/Whitestown, and Sauquoit honored seven Utica-area teachers on Thursday, June 1, at their annual Outstanding Educators Awards Program. more
A 44-year-old man is accused of stalking a woman and threatening her over Facebook Messenger, according to the Rome Police Department. more
Accused of fleeing from law enforcement officers at more than 70 mph, a Rome man is also facing a charge of possessing methamphetamine after he was later caught. more
The Utica Common Council will be meeting tonight for their bi-monthly meeting at Utica City Hall, 1 Kennedy Plaza. more
Central New York could potentially become the home of a new basketball hall of fame. more
Converting the old car wash at 600 N. James St. into warehouse storage is on the agenda for this month’s meeting of the Rome Zoning Board of Appeals. more
See recent Oneida County 911 calls in these logs. more
Oneida County Executive candidate Michael Hennessy is now facing a challenge to the petitions he filed to run on independent lines.  more
The Oneida Indian Nation announced a new initiative that would help eliminate obstacles to electric vehicle ownership in Upstate New York. more
The City of Rome Parks and Recreation department will host open registration for its 2023 Summer Youth Programs from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 10. more
A public forum will be held at Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 7, to share ideas on the city of Rome as a destination spot for cyclists. more
Pastor Joe Gargas has announced that the Church of the Lakes Presbyterian Church, 173 Route 28, will kick off its popular rummage sales in the church garage on Thursday, June 8. more
Everybody, no matter their age, can benefit from daily physical activity. more
The City of Oneida Water Department expects there to be temporary dirty water in a portion of the distribution system because of corrosion of the transmission main. more
Four candidates have thrown their hats into the ring to become the city’s next mayor. more
The Center for Family Life and Recovery will conduct a free introductory workshop, Understanding Mental Health, from 8:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 10. more
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