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The village Planning Board voted unanimously to change the zoning of the former Waterbury Felt Mill from Manufacturing to Commercial following a public hearing at the Oriskany Masonic Lodge. more
The Rome City School District is looking for the public’s input at its A.R.E.A. Community Conversation from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1 at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, 203 Erie Blvd. East. … more
The New York State School Music Association has selected three Rome Free Academy students from thousands who auditioned across the state for the honor of participating in the 2022 … more

A one-vehicle crash at Route 8 and Walker Road led to driving while intoxicated charges against the driver Wednesday. more
Baby its cold outside, but some New Yorkers — approximately 3.2 million — are still waiting for temperatures to consistently reach freezing before turning on the heaters, reveals a study. more
This month, Daughter for Hire is celebrating 10 years of helping thousands of seniors safely remain independent while living in their own homes. more
The Rome branch of the YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley had added Sean Burton to its leadership team as a program director. more
Nearly seven years ago, Rob Lallier quit his job in corporate information technology. more
In its 75th anniversary year, the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots program continues to collect toys to gift needy children during the holidays nationally, and locally. more
It’s a way to give back and support those who served. more
To help with both transparency and public accountability, both the Rome and Utica police departments will host citizen’s police academies in the new year. more
New York City’s mayor said he was directing police and city medics to be more aggressive about getting severely mentally ill people off the streets and subways and into treatment, even if it means involuntarily hospitalizing some people who refuse care. more
Weaving Home will offer a Winter Solstice Lantern workshop at the Old Forge Library, 220 Crosby Blvd., on Thursday, Dec. 15, at 4 pm. more
Herkimer Central School District sixth graders recently created custom “Story Spine Bookmarks” to go along with reviews they wrote on books they read. more
There are two new electric vehicle charging stations installed at the Old Forge Library and ready for use. more
A meeting of the Rome City School District board of education’s Safety Committee will take place at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 1, at the District Office, 409 Bell Road. more
The city Parks and Recreation Department will host some special events during public skating at John F. Kennedy Arena during the month of December. more
The Oneida-Canastota Christian Women’s Club invites the public to its “Holiday Traditions” brunch on Thursday, Dec. 15 at 11 a.m. at Theodore’s Restaurant, 3231 Seneca Turnpike. more
Dr. Alexander Harris is a dedicated ophthalmologist who’s enthusiasm and determination has led to an already successful career at the young age of 36. more
The Helpful Harvest Fund, a newly launched field-of-interest fund at the Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties, awarded $38,500 to more than 30 human service organizations. more
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