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Oneida County has the highest number of cases of COVID-19 since the pandemic arrived, and county officials are urging residents to take steps to head off restrictions of the kind imposed on other … more
A small protest was held at Rome City Court Monday morning for the three people charged at a separate protest against police brutality early last month. About one dozen people gathered in the lobby … more
New restrictions related to COVID-19 are coming to the Syracuse, Rochester and Buffalo areas because of clusters of cases in parts of their respective counties, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced. Cuomo … more
BOONVILLE — The Adirondack school district's students in grades 6-12 were back in school Monday on their hybrid instructional schedule after being all-remote last week due to COVID-19 cases. Those … more
Bellamy Elementary School and Staley Elementary School were scheduled for remote learning formats Monday and Tuesday this week due to several staff members on mandatory quarantine and/or awaiting … more
A Utica man was charged with drunken driving on Erie Boulevard very early Sunday morning after law enforcement officials said his vehicle jumped the curb. Police said Brandon S. Stevens, 36, of … more
A 44-year-old man is accused of lifting his girlfriend by the neck on Locomotive Avenue, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Christopher B. Johnson, of Locomotive Avenue, became angry … more
Oneida County reported 44 new positive tests among residents for COVID-19 on Sunday after reporting 51 on Saturday. The county now has 424 known active cases. A COVID-related death was also reported … more
An early morning accident on Route 49 in Rome led to drunken driving charges against a Herkimer County man on Saturday. Sheriff's deputies said Freddie J. Linen Jr., 39, of Mohawk, was eastbound on … more
TOWN OF VERONA — An Augusta man was charged with drunken driving on Spring Road Friday night. Sheriff's deputies said Raymond J. Newman, 50, was pulled over for vehicle and traffic violations in … more
Sign-ups are now open for families who wish to receive free toys for their children this Christmas, according to an announcement by the Rome Rescue Mission. Families who live in Rome with children … more
The state’s cancellation of January Regents exams due to COVID-19 was expected, says Rome school district Superintendent Peter C. Blake, but he also noted there could be complications regarding … more
Wednesday, Nov. 11 will be a busy day for city business. • At 5:30 p.m., city officials will conduct a budget proposal review with the Community & Economic Development department, and at 6 p.m. … more
The Genesis Group of the Mohawk Valley Region is seeking donations of $20 or more to help raise money for local food pantries for the holidays, the local civic organization has announced. The … more
BLOSSVALE — For 16-year-old Derek Holmes, life often revolved around his passion for baseball. The Blossvale teen had been playing baseball since he was six, working his way up from T-ball and … more
Detectives Bryan Zoeckler and Kelly Lupinski are joint Officers of the Month for September for the Rome Police Department. Officials said Zoeckler and Lupinski led the investigation into hate crime … more
A Nov. 18 fundraiser to support Strough Middle School students in conjunction with McDonald’s restaurants in Rome was announced by the Rome school district. From 5-7 p.m. on Nov. 18, “simply eat … more
The Mohawk Valley Community College Foundation has chosen five new members for its Hall of Fame. Due to COVID-19 regulations, a ceremony will be held in 2021. The MVCC Hall of Fame recognizes … more
With the contest for the 22nd Congressional District not yet settled as absentee, military and affidavit ballots to be counted starting next week, Republican candidate and Election Day leader Claudia … more
A Rome man was hospitalized after he swerved to avoid a deer on Rome-Taberg Road and his vehicle crashed. Sheriff’s deputies said Daniel H. Wossner Jr., 27, was westbound just before 10 a.m. when … more
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