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A Rome man was hospitalized after his dirt bike crashed on Tannery Road Sunday afternoon. Sheriff's deputies said Vincent DeGeorge, 22, was riding a Kowasaki dirt bike on a trail near Tannery Road … more
A Rome man is accused of choking a woman and threatening her with a knife at the Bloomfield Garden Apartments. Police said James M. Collazo, 29, choked a woman and held a knife to her throat during a … more
Repair work is now underway for a water main break on West Thomas Street, according to the city water department. Around 6 a.m. a main reportedly broke in the vicinity of the 900 block of West Thomas … more
A Utica banquet hall is among 21 establishments whose liquor licenses were suspended in enforcement of COVID-19 rules, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Friday. The new suspensions bring the number of … more
Mohawk Valley Community College was one of 20 institutions across the country to receive a $1.1 million Job Corps grant through the U.S. Department of Labor, allowing the College to offer free tech … more
TOWN OF MARCY — A Utica man was charged with driving while his ability was impaired by drugs following a crash on Paul Becker Road early Friday. Deputies said they responded to a report of an … more
Oneida County Tourism’s 2020 Christopher P. Destito Tourism Leadership Award has been presented to Anna Tobin-D’Ambrosio, president and chief executive officer of the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts … more
The Professional and Business Women of Rome have honored Michele Salisbury, CFO and director of finance, contracts and diversity as well as board secretary of NYSTEC, with its Yellow Rose of … more
A debate Thursday between candidates for New York’s 22nd Congressional District covered familiar ground on issues and who is most beholden to special interests. Public radio and television station … more
WUTR-TV, WSYR-TV and WBGH-TV are partnering to host the final televised debate in the 22nd Congressional race on Monday, Oct. 26, 7 p.m. The debate will be between incumbent Rep. Anthony Brindisi, … more
Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri Thursday announced the Utica Business Park will be renamed the “LaPolla & Ford Business Park” in honor of former Utica Mayor Louis D. LaPolla and John C. Ford. As … more
FLOYD — Two families in Floyd have joined forces to help people enjoy a little eerie Halloween fun and escape, if only for a few minutes, from the all-too-real spookiness that has been 2020. The … more
A John E. Joy Elementary School Halloween “trunk-or-treat” event for the school’s students and families, including social distancing due to COVID-19 considerations, is scheduled for Oct. 29 at … more
Some in the public are wondering about possibilities of Rome elementary school redistricting and reassigning of grades for buildings — but Board of Education members say while the topic is not … more
BOONVILLE — An Adirondack school district student has tested positive for COVID-19, district Superintendent Edward Niznik said Friday afternoon. In a letter issued to the “Adirondack community” … more
ORISKANY — An academic catch-up program is being created for students of Oriskany Central School district who may be struggling with remote learning during the pandemic. Junior/Senior High School … more
SHERRILL — Friends and family of Fern Louise (Wood) Welch helped her celebrate her 100th birthday recently with a drive-by parade and celebration. Welch graduated from high school in 1938 and soon … more
The Annsville Town Board will hold a budget work session on Tuesday, Oct. 27, at 6:30 p.m. at the Taberg Firemen’s Hall, Route 69, Taberg. • The Westmoreland Central School District Board of … more
TOWN OF BRIDGEWATER — A 26-year-old man was charged with rape after an investigation revealed he had sexual contact with a girl under the age of 17. State Police Major Darrin S. Pitkin, and Oneida … more
In the months leading up to the death of his wife, Jason D’Avolio kept a near daily electronic journal on his cell phone chronicling his unhappiness with her behavior and his desire to repair their … more
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