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Celebrating 25 years of supporting women in the Mohawk Valley, members of The Women’s Fund of Herkimer and Oneida counties. more
State lawmakers have signed onto a letter to Gov. Kathy Hochul, asking for the expansion of the Nurses for Our Future scholarship program to address the shortage of nurses in New York State. more
Whether it was Rome's Downtown Arts District or the quaint business district in the middle of the Village of Clinton, streets were bustling with those shopping small on Saturday. more

Bright Nights at the Utica Zoo is canceled for Sunday. more
Local area health and wellness facility O.B. Training and Sports Performance and its members collected and donated 742 pounds of non-perishable food items in the month of November. more
A Utica man found with tablets that tested positive for fentanyl and other drugs at his Albany Street store was indicted by a county grand jury on drug possession charges. more
Following a recent audit that found at least $11 billion in improper unemployment payments were distributed during the COVID-19 pandemic, lawmakers are calling for an investigation of the failure. more
The Rescue Mission of Utica is sending a call out to all parents and guardians who are seeking help for their children ages 10 and younger for the holiday season. more
Members of the Mohawk Valley Chapter of ASM International and their guests recently toured the Metal Solutions, Inc. plant on Broad Street. more
The Rome Lions Club recently completed a joint service project with the Henry P. Smith Post No. 24 American Legion with the installation of two benches at Griffiss Business and Technology Park. more
The Air France Airbus now in the process of dismantling in the hangar of Stratton Aviation might be at the end of its flying life, but it still has value in the aircraft parts market. more
A developer is looking at Oneida as the location for new senior apartments. more
Judy Cusworth, founder of Woodhaven Wildlife Center, a nonprofit wildlife sanctuary in Chadwicks, has been serving the area by caring for sick and/or injured wild animals for over 34 years. more
On Friday, with Thanksgiving in the rear-view mirror, sales at Christmas tree farms began to take root. more
Local families who are struggling financially were provided an opportunity to purchase gifts for the holiday season on Black Friday at 80% off the retail price. more
Before Election Day, anxiety mounted over potential chaos at the polls. more
John E. Joy Elementary School Principal James Daino is one step closer to the title of the 2022 Greatest Baker in Bake From Scratch magazine’s competition. more
Members of the Rome Rotary Club presented food and monetary donations recently. more
Sixteen-year-old Abigail VanDorn, a Lake Placid native, nearly-lifelong Nordic skier and competitive biathlete, likes to go fast. Two weeks ago, she went flying — literally. more
Netflix’s trailblazing DVD-by-mail rental service has been relegated as a relic in the age of video streaming, but there is still a steady — albeit shrinking — audience of diehards who are happily paying to receive those discs in the iconic red-and-white envelopes. more
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