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A computer “hackathon” event for students between ages 8-17, called AT&T Mohawk Valley Youth Hack, will be Feb. 2 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. at the thINCubator, 326 Broad St. in Utica. The event is … more
Congressman Anthony Brindisi is seeking residents of the 22nd Congressional District to provide him input for the two committees he’s been assigned in the House of Representatives. The Democrat who … more
A 23-year-old Utica man is accused of trying to kill his grandmother by attacking her with a knife and setting her West Street home on fire, according to law enforcement officials. Police said they … more
BY Sean I. Mills Staff writer With so much snow piled high in yards and on sidewalks, local firefighters want to ask for your help in clearing out buried fire hydrants. Winter arrived in earnest over … more
A 48-year-old woman was charged with cooking methamphetamine at her North Washington Street home after law enforcers said the wanted man hiding in her crawl space ratted her out. Police said they … more
Four people came in overnight at the Rome Rescue Mission, where a 14-bed shelter provides life-saving warmth for people with nowhere else to go. Two of the arrivals were men who’d been walking back … more
Patrolman Mark A. Laible was named the Rome Police Department’s Officer of the Month for December for his response to the scene of a shooting on Lawrence Street, the department has announced. … more
A company in one of the first buildings put up after the creation of Griffiss Business and Technology Park sees stabilization in a deal to own its building outright after leasing it from the local … more
VERONA — The Holy Cross Academy, 4020 Barrington Road, is offering an upcoming driver’s education class. The course will have flexible hours. Students are required to be 16 years old, and must … more
A free copy of the 2019 Maple Weekends brochure listing sugarhouses, the International Maple Museum Centre fifth annual Sap Run-Walk, and pancake breakfasts sites in Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida and … more
BETHLEHEM — A Utica man was busted with four pounds of marijuana on the Thruway in Albany County, according to law enforcement officials. State police said Julius J. Labeda, 38, was a passenger in … more
Mutual aid log To report an emergency: 911 Friday 8:33 a.m. New York Mills and Edwards, Burrstone Road, New Hartford, accident-injury. 9:02 a.m. Barneveld and Star Ambulance, Route 12, Trenton, … more
Cinema Capitol: “A Star is Born” (R) 4:15, 7:15. “Mary Queen of Scots” (R) 4, 7. Rome Cinemas: “Glass” (PG-13) 11:30, 2:20, 5:10, 8, 10:15. “A Dog’s Way Home” (PG) 11:50, 2:05, … more
CAMDEN — Camden Police Department has issued parking restrictions for the weekend due to Winter Storm Harper. Residents are asked to have all vehicles removed from the village streets by 11 p.m. … more
Humane Society of Rome received a more than $100,000 donation from the Staffworks Charitable Fund “Save a Life” Holiday Campaign. The animal shelter was awarded a check for $107,768.42. Competing … more
Disappointing financial aid projections for school districts in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed new state budget reflect a need to change how the state decides on funding, says Rome school district … more
VERONA — Donations totaling over $2,400 by Vernon-Verona-Sherrill school district alumni and community members to help cover student lunch debts were praised by the VVS district. Among them were a … more
The impending foreclosure sale of the historic property at 9102 Main St. in Westernville has captured the attention of the Town of Western Historical Society and Russell Marriott, the town historian. … more
TOWN OF CROGHAN — A 21-year-old was charged with having sexual contact with a girl without her consent. State Police at Lowville said Ryan L. Hoch, of Croghan, had forcible sexual intercourse and … more
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