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Educators at Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES are helping to get local health care workers personal protective equipment while fighting COVID-19. Emerging technologies and cyber security teacher Colin … more
Local volunteers are turning their 3D printing hobbies into volunteer production lines for medical face shields to donate to those working to stop the COVID-19 coronavirus. A batch of 60 shields were … more
The number of coronavirus cases in Oneida County is rising at a pace much like what downstate New York experienced in March, Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr., said in his daily briefing … more
State financial aid updates will be among topics at the Board of Education's regular meeting tonight. Some of the agenda items also include resolutions regarding certain upcoming capital project … more
Mutual aid log Tuesday 1:37 a.m. Bridgewater, Circle Drive, investigate. 5:37 a.m. Lake Delta, tree down. 3:16 p.m. Durhamville, Main St., Verona, pump cellar. 6:16 p.m. New London, Route 46, Verona, … more
ALBANY — The state Department of Environmental Conservation and the Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Conservation are encouraging residents to engage in responsible recreation during the … more
The Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation made 30 “Stay at Home Assistance Kits” for cancer patients receiving chemo or radiation at Mohawk Valley Health Systems Regional Cancer Center. The … more
HOLLAND PATENT — The Holland Patent Central School District Board of Education will hold a special meeting Friday at 8:30 a.m., the district announced. The public may join the Zoom virtual meeting … more
UTICA —The Oneida County History Center has extended its public closure through at least April 15 following state and national recommendations to keep our community safe and healthy during the … more
The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office has kicked off a Design a Sheriff’s Badge game for children stuck at home during the quarantine. A digital outline for a 6-pointed sheriff’s badge is … more
WHITESTOWN — The Sheriff’s Community Affairs Unit has started a daily livestream on social media to provide safety tips to residents and children staying in their homes due to the coronavirus … more
Amongst a sea of social distancing guidelines in place due to coronavirus, Rome Salvation Army Capt. Amanda Krueger shared the essential work the Salvation Army has been performing for those in need. … more
Should community solar farms get tax-deferral agreements of the kind usually given to help create jobs or build affordable houses and apartments? That’s a question the Oneida County Oneida County … more
Payment deadlines have been extended for City of Rome property taxes and Rome school district taxes, while Chromebooks are still available for district students in need of them for studying at home, … more
UTICA — The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County’s Ag Team has posted the April issue of Farm Flash online at the CCE website at … more
The New York State Police have announced that they are accepting applications for new troopers, with entrance examinations scheduled for October. The starting salary for a recruit in the academy is … more
Empowered Pathways will continue to offer their women’s employment and dispute resolution programs while complying with the state mandate for non-essential employees to stay at home. Empowered … more
Congressman Anthony Brindisi, D-22nd Dist. of Utica, has scheduled a telephone town hall on the COVID-19 coranavirus for 5 p.m. Thursday. Brindisi said that he will update callers on federal relief … more
TOWN OF LEE — Lee Town Park is closed until further notice as of Tuesday afternoon due to the COVID-19 pandemic, including the park’s vehicle entrance gate off Turin Road now padlocked. The … more
The Rome Police Department has joined the Autism Patch Challenge for the second year in a row to raise money for autism awareness and the Kelberman Center in Utica. The challenge involves affixing … more
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