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Onieda County coronavirus mental health hotline: 1-800-678-0888 Oneida County Health Department COVID-19 hotline: 315-798-5431 Oneida County Department of Family and Community Services’ helpline … more
Oneida County has had its first death from the COVID-19 coronavirus, a person who had been ill with the disease and died Monday at a hospital, officials said. “Our sincere condolences and thoughts … more
The annual April spring break week for school districts would be lost due to the COVID-19 situation, as remote instruction for students is to be continued during that period according to a statewide … more
ALBANY — In an effort to support Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s request of residents to remain in their homes wherever possible and practice social distancing, the Community Pharmacy Association of New … more
As researchers are working around-the-clock decoding the genetic make-up of COVID-19 in order to develop a safe vaccine that could provide immunity and protect people for decades, a Rome Free Academy … more
SYRACUSE — Bishop Douglas J. Lucia of the Syracuse Diocese is inviting Catholics across the region to join him for a three-day Lenten Mission, Walking with Christ from Our House to Yours. Each day, … more
The opening of Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority’s Household Hazardous Waste Facility, which normally opens on April 1 each year is postponed until further notice, the authority announced … more
WHITESTOWN — The state Department of Corrections has begun releasing low-level, technical parole violators from local jails, including 11 inmates from the Oneida County Jail, according to state and … more
TOWN OF CAMDEN — An Oswego County woman was injured when she swerved to avoid a deer in the roadway and crashed off Route 13 Monday morning. Deputy Mohammad Aldoori said Stephanie L. Ennist, 25, of … more
ALBANY — State Sen. Jim Seward, who cited a recurence of bladder cancer in January for not seeking re-election, has tested positive for COVID-19, according to an announcement by Senate Majority … more
In recent days, as coronavirus-induced social distancing guidelines have been extended into the end of April, a sense of business as usual is being strived for, Rome City Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo … more
The City of Rome will begin its weekly collection of green waste and brush in the inside district, beginning on Monday, April 6. Department of Public Works crews will once again pick up green waste … more
With more cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus confirmed in Oneida County in the past four days than in the previous two weeks, County Executive Anthony Picente renewed his call for residents to take … more
Rome school district families with students still in need of Chromebooks for use while studying at home during the COVID-19 situation are asked to complete on online request form for picking up a … more
A contractor who was working on-site at the Rome Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) facility at Griffiss park has tested positive for COVID-19/novel coronavirus, a DFAS union official said … more
Oneida County authorities announced nine new positive cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus were identified in the county Sunday. The newly lab-confirmed cases bring the total identified in the county so … more
CLINTON — Hamilton College was informed that an employee has tested positive for COVID-19. Hamilton College President David Wippman said the college is working with the Oneida County Health … more
The New York State Correctional Officers & Police Benevolent Association announced that Union President Michael B. Powers tested positive for COVID-19.  Powers, who is regularly in contact … more
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