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Two victims killed and mutilated in Utica in January 2019. Two families with vastly different reactions as their loved ones’ killer is sentenced in County Court. Naythen Aubain killed his … more
On Monday, the statewide positivity rate was 2.94% and there were 44 COVID-19 deaths in New York state on Sunday. The state recorded just under 43,000 new cases in the seven-day period that ended … more
CLINTON — Hamilton College has announced plans for an in-person commencement ceremony for members of the Class of 2021 on Saturday, May 22, at 10 a.m., in the Margaret Bundy Scott Field House. … more
NEW YORK MILLS — A village police officer, a village firefighter and a local resident were honored in New York Mills Tuesday night for saving a woman from a motor vehicle fire in January. … more
The Rome Free Academy Black Knights Winterguard concluded its 2021 season on April 9 earning an “Excellent” rating from the championship judging panel. This was the team’s eighth championship … more
Assured Information Security has announced the promotion of Dr. Richard Hughes to operations manager. In this position, Hughes will be responsible for the Strategic Accounts Office (SAO), Signals … more
FLOYD — There will be a special meeting of the Floyd Town Board on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall, 8299 Old Floyd Road, to discuss town business. more
HERKIMER — Herkimer County Community College student Alexander Fowler has been named to the All-New York Academic Team for Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), an international honor society for community … more
The Rome Genealogy group will hold its next meeting at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Zion Episcopal Church, 140 W. Liberty St. Meetings will take place now at 2 p.m., but still be held the third Tuesday of … more
UTICA — Mohawk Valley Community College’s Center for Corporate and Community Education will offer a selection of insurance licensing courses in online, in-person and hybrid formats, starting May … more
UTICA — The Mohawk Valley Community College Board of Trustees will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Monday at 4 p.m. by video conference. Per New York State Open Meetings Law, the public may … more
ONEIDA — Patti Meakin has been one of the hearts and minds pushing the Oneida Rail Trail forward, and though she’s retiring, she plans to still be an active volunteer working to make Oneida a … more
Congresswoman Claudia Tenney R- New Hartford, is cosponsoring a bill that would strip Major League Baseball of its longstanding antitrust exemption, according to a Thursday release. “The bill … more
Total Solutions, which specializes in complex network design and implementation, data center and desktop infrastructure planning, has been named the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce Member of the Week. … more
This week, state officials continued to urge New Yorkers to adhere to health and safety precautions as COVID-19 vaccines continue to be distributed. On Friday, the statewide COVID-19 positivity rate … more
WAMPSVILLE — The Madison County Department of Health is partnering with Nascentia Health to vaccinate individuals who are homebound. “Nascentia has been a great partner throughout the COVID-19 … more
During Wednesday’s Common Council meeting, councilors weighed in on rumors that the city is trying to prevent the Erie Canal Village from opening. Third Ward Councilor Kimberly Rogers said several … more
UTICA — Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, has partnered with Cornell Cooperative Extension to post a virtual educational community forum on tick prevention in response to the … more
ORISKANY — The international Save A Life Tour will visit Oriskany Junior-Senior High School on Wednesday, April 21, — a safe driving program that includes hands-on Texting and Impaired Driving … more
Accused of trying to pass funny money at three different stores in Rome, a 30-year-old man is facing multiple charges. Police said Vincent B. Nelson, of North Madison Street, had several counterfeit … more
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