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ONEIDA — The “Downtown Oneida — It’s Time for a Change” group have announced the winners of its inaugural “Light Fight” holiday decorating contest. Across the city, organizers said, … more
BUFFALO — At least 34 million fewer Americans are expected to travel this holiday season with 75% of people expected to stay put at home for Christmas, according to research by AAA. AAA’s travel … more
New York Air National Guardsmen and Royal Canadian Air Force personnel at the Rome-based Eastern Air Defense Sector (EADS) are once again on a very special assignment Christmas Eve, following the … more
Rep. Anthony J. Brindisi, D-22, Utica, decried President Donald Trump’s veto of the defense authorization act, which includes money for work at Rome Lab and elsewhere in the region. Among … more
Oneida County reported three deaths related to COVID-19 on Wednesday, for 201 fatalities in the pandemic so far. Two of the people who died were residents of nursing homes. In addition, the county … more
Members of the Rome Memorial Hospital staff and administration began receiving their first doses of COVID-19 vaccinations on Wednesday, an early Christmas present in the continuing effort to overcome … more
Mutual aid log To report an emergency: Call 911 Monday 2:46 p.m. Taberg, Amo Drive, Annsville, structure fire. 2:47 p.m. North Bay, to same. 6 p.m. Westmoreland and COCVAC Ambulance, Thruway, motor … more
TOWN OF VERONA — A 67-year-old man is facing multiple charges after law enforcement officials said he threatened another person with a shotgun during a domestic dispute late Monday night. Deputies … more
UTICA — A Utica man has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for creating and sharing child pornography. Aaron Bohannon, 53, was sentenced in Federal Court in Syracuse on Monday to 20 years … more
NEW HARTFORD — A Utica man is accused of stealing from a garage on Doris Road very early Sunday morning. Police said they were dispatched to an unoccupied residence on Doris Road at about 1:45 a.m. … more
Two people were charged with drunken driving in separate accidents in Rome within the same hour Saturday night, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Jay E. Howell, 26, of North Levitt … more
Between the holidays and pandemic-caused financial stress, National Grid is warning its customers that scammers have stepped up their game to trick you out of your money. National Grid officials said … more
LOWVILLE — The Village of Lowville Police Department in Lewis County was recognized by New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo on Sunday for their proactive approach to police reform. In June, … more
A $70,000 grant for the Mohawk Valley Economic Development District is coming from the Economic Development Administration to support private capital investment and job creation in the region, … more
TOWN OF LEE — It’s that time of year again for sledding on the hills at Lee Town Park, and also for a sixth year of town restrictions on the downward trips in certain locations at the popular … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Anthony J. Brindisi, D-22, Utica, announced that included in the government funding legislation is nearly $279 million for Rome Lab. The bill passed both houses of Congress … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — New York stands to get some $54 billion from the COVID relief package agreed to by congressional negotiators, including rent relief, small business help and direct assistance of … more
Fearful of sending her two children back to school as the coronavirus pandemic raged in Mississippi, Angela Atkins decided to give virtual learning a chance this fall. Almost immediately, it was a … more
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