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The group finals were announced Friday morning, with James Daino in second place. more
Nine years and 500 restaurants later, The Empire Plate is still going strong promoting eateries and bars all over New York. more
The Madison County Board of Supervisors passed its $141.1 million budget at its third day of Annual Session on Thursday. more

Panels from the AIDS Memorial Quilt were on display at Mohawk Valley Community College to commemorate World AIDS Day. more
Attempted murder and assault charges have been dropped against one of the Taberg brothers accused in the death of a third brother after he pleaded guilty this week to lying to law enforcement. more
A massive immersive experience celebrating Bob Marley is heading for its U.S. premiere early next year, complete with photographs and lots of music. more
The Rome Christian Women’s Luncheon will take place at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 7, at the Franklin Hotel, 301 S. James St. more
As the head of an organization representing 50 upstate hospitals, health care executives frequently express their concerns to them about the hostile and confrontational treatment their medical staffers face on the job. more
Staffers at Bread for the City, a venerable charity in the nation’s capital, thought they were prepared for this year’s annual pre-Thanksgiving Holiday Helpers food giveaway. more
The Jervis Public Library Association has announced the montly meeting of its board will take place at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 8. more
The Oneida County History Center will host Jim Coulthart, a local amateur military aviation historian, who will share his research on Mohawk Airlines. more
Cazenovia College has welcomed six new faculty members to campus. more
The Adirondack League Club Community Fund at the Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties has awarded more than $118,000 to support more than 20 area nonprofits in the third quarter. more
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire and a brightly decorated Christmas tree are relatively modern traditions of Christmas. more
Assemblyman Robert Smullen, R-118, Meco, questioned the proposed early closure of several state campgrounds in 2023, including some in Herkimer County as well as nearby Hamilton County. more
For nearly two decades, Turning Stone’s Skana Spa has offered guests world-class amenities and treatments while honoring Oneida cultural traditions as the first Native-American-inspired spa. more
Two men have been charged with drug possession following a report of erratic driving on Westmoreland Street Wednesday evening, according to the Whitesboro Police Department. more
One person has been displaced after a candle caused a fire on the fourth floor of Colonial Apartments early Thursday morning, according to the Rome Fire Department. more
The New York Independent System Operator has reported that electricity supplies in the state are expected to be sufficient this winter to meet forecasted peak demand conditions. more
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is hosting its fifth Annual Shop with a Sheriff event at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Oneida Walmart. more
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