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As spring approaches, City Hall is reminding residents to keep their lawns and landscaping within the city’s codes. In a release from the Codes Enforcement Office, city officials said that … more
FORESTPORT — Once famous for its large portions and as a stop for hungry snowmobilers and summer tourists in the Adirondacks, the Buffalohead Restaurant once again has a new owner. The former … more
The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its 28th annual silent auction fundraiser for Honor America Days on Friday, March 15, from 5:30 to 10 p.m. at Teugega Country Club. The public is invited … more
The New York State Association of Counties has come against legalization of marijuana unless state lawmakers help counties pay for any added costs. “Public policy ought to be about doing the public … more
VILLAGE OF CAMDEN — A 37-year-old mother is accused of spraying her teenager with pepper spray and shoving her younger child. Sheriff’s deputies said they were called to a domestic dispute on … more
A team from Rome’s Staley Elementary School is scheduled to take part in the 11th annual National Archery in the Schools Program tournament at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse Friday. The … more
Jurors found defendant John “JW” Ferguson guilty of two charges — manslaughter and possession of a weapon — but not guilty of murder in the stabbing death of his brother Daryl. Deliberations … more
NEW LONDON — At least a dozen area volunteer fire departments responded to a blaze that destroyed a home on Wood Creek Road Tuesday morning. Two adults and their three school-aged children are … more
Jury deliberations began this afternoon in the murder trial of John “JW" Ferguson, and will continue Wednesday morning. Within an hour of starting deliberations, the jury asked to re-listen to … more
A 37-year-old man is accused of both driving while intoxicated and fighting with the state troopers who found him passed out in his vehicle on Turin Road Sunday night. A 4-year-old child was also … more
The state Office of Mental Health launched a new bed tracking system that will improve the way information about inpatient bed availability is collected and maintained statewide. The Bed Availability … more
The city will make another move toward the demolition of the Liberty-George Parking Garage demolition project in this week's Common Council meeting. The seven-member body meets Thursday at 7 p.m. in … more
Tests of a small unmanned aircraft over Griffiss International Airport Wednesday through Friday may result in plumes of smoke coming from the craft but it’s harmless and part of the test, according … more
With spring denning and puppy-rearing season nearing, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation issued its annual guidance Monday on preventing conflicts with coyotes. The DEC … more
Oneida County legislators are scheduled to consider on Wednesday an agreement with a fleet-management company to lease vehicles for county departments. On lawmakers’ agenda for the Board of … more
TOWN OF WEST TURIN — A 22-year-old was charged for his involvement in a physical altercation with a woman during a domestic dispute Friday. Lewis County Sheriff’s deputies said following the … more
A mental health evaluation has been ordered for the Utica man accused of setting his grandmother on fire. Andre J. Anderson, 23, was arraigned before County Court Judge Michael L. Dwyer on Monday on … more
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