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A Rome man was found with more than six grams of the drug fentanyl and several hundred dollars in counterfeit cash at a cemetery on East Dominick Street Tuesday afternoon, according to law … more
A 40-year-old man is facing multiple charges for a series of incidents during which he harassed either his wife or her new boyfriend in Rome, according to law enforcement officials. Police said at … more
UTICA — A total of 14 people, including 10 children, have been displaced from their home following a fire in Utica’s Cornhill district Tuesday afternoon. The alarm was raised shortly after 1:30 … more
WATERTOWN —Nonprofit organizations that serve Boonville, Constableville, and Westernville residents are encouraged to apply by Friday, April 23, for grant support through the Kenneth V. and … more
AssuredTek, a growing company which supports and defends business systems, networks and assets using an array of technology and professional services, has announced that Keith Hall has been named the … more
MARCY — Four student teams from SUNY Polytechnic Institute, in addition to two teams comprised of SUNY Poly students collaborating with students from other colleges in the Mohawk Valley region, are … more
Oneida County has maintained its high financial standing in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, having received stellar ratings from all three major national credit agencies for 2021, according to an … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Wednesday, Rep. Claudia L. Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, marked her 60th day in Congress after being sworn in on Feb. 11, 2021.  The delayed swearing in the result of a … more
The Rome Police Department has launched its annual Autism Awareness campaign and patches are available to order. Every year, the department produces colorful patches with the autism awareness … more
HOLLAND PATENT — The Holland Patent Central School District has named its standard bearers for the Class of 2021, district officials said, adding that Thomas Breil has been named valedictorian and … more
New York will push back its curfew for bars and restaurants an hour to midnight, starting Monday, as the state continues to relax coronavirus-related restrictions, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. The … more
Assured Information Security and the Griffiss Institute will hold a virtual educational lecture at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 28 titled, “Fissure RF Framework” and will cover the modular and … more
ALBANY — State Inspector General Letizia Tagliafierro has announced that her investigation of the New York State Hudson River-Black River Regulating District (HRBRRD) found that Richard Ferrara, … more
UTICA — Sara Scanga, professor of biology, has been named the 2021 recipient of the prestigious Harold T. Clark Jr. Award. Since joining Utica College in 2010, Scanga has published 12 papers in … more
UTICA — The Genesis Group will host a virtual education forum on Wednesday, April 21, at noon, to discuss impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on public education in the region. The forum panel will … more
A Buffalo man has been charged with lying to 9-1-1 after he couldn’t get a hold his mother in Rome, according to law enforcement officials. Police said at 11:09 a.m. Jan. 21, they received a call … more
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office announced the following recent arrests. • Derek J. Field, 38, of Canastota, was charged on April 11 in Canastota with one count each of second-degree … more
A 62-year-old woman is accused of stealing steaks from Tops supermarket on Erie Boulevard West, according to local law enforcement officials. Police said Kelly E. Vandusen, of Lake Street, Blossvale, … more
AmeriCU Credit Union has introduced a First Responder Loan Discount program, offering loan discounts to qualifying first responders. The program — open to such first responders as firefighters, … more
When Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed cannabis legislation into law on March 31, making recreational marijuana legal for adults in New York — it gave cities, towns and villages the option of opting-out … more
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