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This election season which ends Nov. 2, voters are able to select a new Oneida County Family Court Judge on their ballot. In the running are Jason Flemma, running on the Republican and Conservative … more
ORISKANY — A former principal of Oriskany Junior/Senior High School was awarded a judgment of more than $400,000 by a federal jury before Northern District of New York Judge David N. Hurd at the … more
Parents and children are invited to a free bully prevention seminar on Saturday, Nov. 20, at 10 a.m. at Side Kicks Karate & Wellness, 1251 Erie Blvd Rome. The event is sponsored by Side Kicks … more
A stabbing is under investigation in the City of Rome after law enforcement officials said three people ganged up on one Sunday morning. Rome Police said the male victim suffered multiple stab wounds … more
UTICA — Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri Tuesday announced personnel from the Utica Zoo will be participating in the Mayor’s weekly Quality of Life Sweep on Wednesday, Oct. 27. The sweep will begin at … more
Across the state on Monday, there were 34 virus-related deaths and on Tuesday there were 2,203 new virus cases since the last report on Monday. Drilling down in the numbers, in Oneida County, there … more
TOWN OF ANNSVILLE — A family of four has been left homeless after a mobile home fire on rural Boyd Road in the Town of Annsville late Monday night. Fire officials said the alarm was raised at … more
Here’s a list of the candidates on ballots for voters to choose from in the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 2. Oneida County Justice of the Supreme Court, 5th Judicial District Anthony Brindisi … more
LOWVILLE — A Lewis County man is accused of using a flower pot to damage a vehicle windshield, according to law enforcement officials. Sheriff’s deputies said Justin D. Marmon, 28, of Lowville, … more
UTICA — “Devils, Fairies & Ghosts – Spooky Irish Tales and Tunes for Samhain” will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, at the Irish Cultural Center of the Mohawk Valley, 623 Columbia St. … more
On Monday, U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand toured the Innovare Advancement Center ahead of a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Colonel Timothy J. Lawrence Quantum Laboratory.  “...The opening of … more
The second of two Utica men charged after a body was discovered behind a barn in Whitestown pleaded guilty on Monday to concealment of a human corpse, according to County Court officials. Isaiah … more
A Rome woman is accused of shoplifting at the Tops supermarket on Erie Boulevard in Rome. Police said Maranda N. Underwood, 29, of Canal Street, stole $61.40 worth of assorted groceries from Tops at … more
ANNVILLE, Pa. — Sarah Benson, of New Hartford, is one of 120 students participating with Lebanon Valley College’s Pride of The Valley Marching Band. Benson, a graduate of New Hartford Senior … more
A Rome man is facing a felony charge after law enforcement officials said he damaged a Rome Police squad car while being taken into custody. Police said Matthew U. Agosto, 27, of Ringdahl Court, was … more
This election season, voters are able to select their choices in a number of state and local races. Running for the State Supreme Court Justice seat in the fifth judicial district is Anthony … more
UTICA — The average gas price has increased 10 cents in New York from last week, rising to a seven-year high of $3.52 per gallon. Today’s price is 25 cents higher than a month ago ($3.27), and … more
The Common Council will consider authorizing a State and Municipal Facilities Program (SAM) grant award for Rome Police Department to be used toward the purchase of body cameras at its next regular … more
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