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The Utica school district is postponing a scheduled move to hybrid in-person instruction next week amid the COVID-19 pandemic because it says not enough bus drivers through Birnie Bus Service are … more
Cree Inc., the company building a semiconductor fabrication facility expected to eventually employ more than 600 people in Marcy, reported a 5% increase in revenue in its just concluded quarter over … more
BY DAVE GYMBURCH Staff writer A new director of Rome Lab has been selected to succeed Col. Timothy Lawrence. Replacing him will be Col. Fred Garcia, according to information Tuesday from … more
As work continues in processing Rome’s 2021 proposed budget, the city’s police and fire departments had their budget reviews Wednesday night. Last week, Rome Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo handed over … more
The Rome Twigs have launched its annual Tree of Lights campaign, allowing area residents to honor loved ones and support their efforts on behalf of Rome Memorial Hospital. Barry Funeral Home is the … more
Some of alleged murder victim Kerrilee D’Avolio’s last words were shared to the jury on Wednesday in a series of text messages between herself and a new person in her life. “My decisions are … more
Oneida County reported 23 new positive tests for COVID-19 on Wednesday, the second consecutive day of more than 20 new cases and third this week, for 196 known active cases. Of the newly identified … more
What is your proverbial elevator speech as to what makes you the best for the office? As a tax prep clerk for non-profits, community groups, and youth sport organization, as well as being a community … more
Succinctly, as in the proverbial elevator speech, what makes you the best for the office? It is the honor of a lifetime to serve this community. In my time in Congress, I’ve worked with Democrats … more
Succinctly, as in the proverbial elevator speech, what makes you the best for the office? I’ve always been extremely independent. I got elected to Congress in 2016 without ever having been endorsed … more
NEW HARTFORD — GPO Federal Credit Union is offering college-bound high school seniors with the opportunity to compete for scholarships to help finance their education. GPO will award three … more
VERONA — Holy Cross Academy will be hosting a turkey dinner drive-through on Thursday, Nov. 5 from 5 to 7 p.m. The cost is $10 and includes turkey, sides, a roll, and a dessert. The pick-up will be … more
TOWN OF BROOKFIELD — A Madison County teenager has been charged with falsely reporting an incident after law enforcers said he accidentally shot himself in the leg and then lied about it. … more
ILION — The United Mine Workers of American Local 717 is organizing a rally to protest failure of the outgoing owners of one of the Mohawk Valley’s largest employers to pay earned benefits to … more
In hopes of preventing spread of COVID-19 in hometowns, the State University of New York will require students be tested before leaving campuses for Thanksgiving break, the university system has … more
This week Wagner Farms, 5895 Old Oneida Road, is home to numerous Halloween activities. Among the upcoming Halloween and autumn events include: • Tonight, (Wednesday, Oct. 28) and Thursday, Oct. … more
Accused killer Brandon A. Clark will be sentenced next month in the gruesome killing of Utica teenager Bianca Devins after his attempt to withdraw his guilty plea was denied this week. Sentencing is … more
“Yeah, she’s getting a bullet tonight. That she is.” Words supposedly uttered by accused killer Jason P. D’Avolio several days before authorities said he shot and killed his wife, Kerrilee. … more
CANASTOTA — The husband of 19-year-old Lizzie Garrow — the Canastota woman found stabbed to death — has been charged with murder. George McDonald Jr., 24, was arrested on Friday, Oct. 23, by … more
Seven inmates at the Oneida County jail have tested positive for COVID-19, and are among the largest one-day increase in known cases in the county since mid-summer. The county announced Tuesday 36 … more
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