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Four sessions of free training on using the opiate-overdose drug Narcan have been scheduled for June in Utica, Oneida County announced: June 11 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at CFLR, 502 Court St. June … more
A 28-year-old woman has been charged with smashing the glass on a front door on Cortland Avenue very early this morning. Police said Camille L. Dyous, of 221 Park Drive, went to a woman’s residence … more
A group of 33 soon-to-graduate seniors at Rome Free Academy were celebrated for achievements in conjunction with the Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection program during an event last week at the … more
Potentially expanding an energy-performance contract to several more Rome school district buildings, for energy system improvements geared to generate annual cost savings, is being weighed by the … more
Utica College’s master’s degree program in cybersecurity has been designated by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security as a national Center of Academic Excellence … more
YORKVILLE — A traffic stop on Whitesboro Street early Thursday morning led law enforcers to uncovering a stolen Dodge Charger. Village Police said they pulled over a Dodge Charger with Virginia … more
An Oswego County woman was hospitalized and ticketed for drunken driving after her pickup truck crashed off Rome-Taberg Road very early this morning, according to area law enforcement officials. … more
NEW YORK MILLS — The New York Mills Fire Department is hosting a Mercy Flight helicopter training session for area firefighters Tuesday afternoon. The training is not open to the public, but … more
Mental health provider Liberty Resources has received a state grant to help it provide housing for homeless people in Madison County with a mental illness and to help them stay in it. The … more
The level of Delta Lake has flirted with flood stage this week but has backed off as rainy weather subsided, according to monitoring by the National Weather Service in Binghamton. The lake level … more
VERONA — Nine Vernon-Verona-Sherrill FFA students and two chaperones attended the New York State FFA Convention and Expo in Syracuse, participating in various workshops plus competing in events … more
Friday, May 24 was the 32 day pre-primary deadline for candidates to file their campaign financial disclosures. According to the state Board of Elections website, Republican Mayor Jacqueline M. … more
CAMDEN — A ceremony to dedicate the new World War I and World War II walls at Freedom Park at 22 Mexico St. will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 1, according to an announcement by park officials. … more
The city Planning Board is likely to review codes changes regarding use of shipping containers and tractor trailers as storage units in its June meeting. The 5-member volunteer body will convene on … more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119th Dist. of Utica, helped pass a package of bills relating to rights and services for people with disabilities that was touted by majority Democrats and … more
The Parks and Recreation Department has released the lineup for this year’s Coors Light Summer Concert Series on the Griffo Green, held Mondays from 6 to 8 p.m. July 8 — Baddog and 24/7 July 15 … more
TOWN OF LEYDEN — A Lewis County man is facing multiple charges after law enforcers said he choked a woman on Monday, according to area law enforcement officials. Sheriff’s deputies said Brian S. … more
Mercy Flight medical helicopters recently passed the milestone of 15,000 patients transported earlier this month. “It’s a bittersweet honor for Mercy Flight Central to have been a chapter in the … more
TOWN OF VERONA — Three people have been charged after a suspicious fire at an abandoned warehouse off Germany Road early Tuesday morning. The 3 a.m. fire was discovered by a passerby and upwards … more
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