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New York Army National Guard Spc. Neil P. Maxwell, a Utica resident, has been recognized for outstanding performance while deployed to Europe. more
The second production of the Rome Community Theater 2022-23 season opens Friday, Dec. 2, with the Neil Simon comedy “Laughter on the 23rd Floor.” more
A Herkimer County man was ticketed after he was spotted taking a Christmas tree on state land Saturday afternoon, according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation. more

The Madison County man accused of attacking and injuring a Canastota Village police officer denied the charges against him in Madison County Court on Tuesday, according to court officials. more
Rome Salvation Army is ringing in the holidays with its traditional Red Kettle Campaign, raising money for special community programming and to help those in need through the annual Red Kettle … more
A Utica man accused of attacking a corrections officer at the Oneida County Jail was among the recent indictments at Oneida County Court. more
Three people have been displaced following a fire in a fourth floor apartment at the Lillian Cooper Apartments in Utica early Wednesday, according to the Utica Fire Department. more
Gov. Kathy Hochul has announced eight transformational projects in the City of Little Falls as part of a state $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative Award. more
The Center, a local organization dedicated to assisting and resettling refugees, has been on the forefront of aiding displaced Ukrainians since the start of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. more
If, like thousands of your neighbors, you spent some time and money online for Cyber Monday, the nation’s major shipping companies say they are more than ready to get your package to you on time. more
Oneida’s second annual Parade of Lights is all set for Friday and everyone’s invited to welcome in the holiday season. more
The Rome City School District Board of Education welcomed new member Jeff DeMatteis at their regular monthly meeting Monday. more
The Supreme Court seemed ready to side with a onetime top aide to ex-New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and others convicted of corruption. more
A group of historians and archivists have announced plans to open a new national archive in the Albuquerque area focusing on unidentified aerial phenomenon. more
The Oneida YMCA, 701 Seneca St., is inviting area residents to join reiki practitioners Lisa Godfrey and Kristin Sullivan for an introduction to meditation and reiki at 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 7. more
Around this year’s Thanksgiving holiday, I’m going to suggest that we Americans give thanks for the Social Security program. more
The Great Swamp Conservancy (GSC) of Canastota is hosting a list of Christmas-themed events as it gears up for the holidays with its annual Christmas tree and repurposed Christmas decor sale. more
After 25 years in office, Oneida County Comptroller Joseph Timpano will be retiring at the end of his term in 2023.   more
Students in Herkimer Jr./Sr. High School art teacher Heather McCutcheon’s social emotional artistic learning class recently created custom planters for teachers’ classrooms. more
Three people have been displaced from their home on Elm Street in Ilion following a bedroom fire Tuesday morning, according to the Ilion Fire Department. more
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