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VILLAGE OF LOWVILLE — A mobile home was destroyed by fire in Lewis County Tuesday morning. Fire officials said two residents escaped the fire at 6703 B Arthur Road after calling 9-1-1 at about 9:38 … more
TOWN OF LEE — The state has steered away from the town’s request to lower the speed limit on a stretch of Route 26 near the northern edge of Lee, but town officials are objecting and want to try … more
TOWN OF LEE — Shawn Lawlor has been named as the new Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Bartell Machinery Systems, LLC, reporting to Bartell President Patrick Morocco, the 6321 Elmer Hill … more
Congressman Anthony Brindisi, D-22nd of Utica, raised more than $900,000 for his re-election this year during the fourth quarter of 2019, his campaign announced on Twitter today. The campaign said he … more
The First Source Federal Credit Union has issued a warning of scammers recently posing as the bank to get your personal information. Bank officials said the recent scam involves “spoofing” the … more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119th Dist. of Marcy, is wading into the debate over bail reform, introducing two bills to modify last year’s prohibition against cash bail in most offenses. … more
UTICA — The League of Women Voters Utica-Rome is hosting a meeting on the Revitalization of Downtown Utica that is open to the public, according to an announcement by program organizers. The … more
VERNON CENTER — The water in Vernon Center is contaminated, says Rep. Anthony J. Brindisi, who is seeking answers from the state Department of Transportation. For years, the residents of Vernon … more
UTICA — The Other Side, 2011 Genesee St. in Utica, plans a discussion on public banking at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 22. More than 35 states, cities and counties, have begun or plan legislation to create a … more
With inclement weather creating the possibility of hazardous driving conditions during the winter season, Oneida County Sheriff’s Office is helping senior drivers be more prepared through the … more
Mohawk Valley Community College will host Instant Accept Days for students wishing to enroll for the Spring semester, which begins on Wednesday, Jan. 22. Instant Accept Days will be held from 8:30 … more
The Chamber Alliance of the Mohawk Valley has selected officers for 2020, according to an announcement by the Genesis Group of the Mohawk Valley Region. The officers: • President — Raymond J. … more
Chris Iven, partnership specialist at the New York Regional Census Center of the U.S. Census Bureau, is the speaker at a meeting of the Oneida County Democratic Women’s Club at 6 p.m. Monday, Jan. … more
Finding solutions, rather than griping about problems, will be the focus of a new “equity task force” of school and community members that launched its first meeting on Wednesday, says Rome … more
CAMDEN — Nominations are being sought for alumni interested in serving on the Camden Central Schools Alumni Association Board of Directors for new upcoming terms. Nominations are due by Feb. 15, … more
He wasn’t up a tree, he was down a storm drain. But firefighters from the Rome Fire Department nevertheless saved a cat on Union Street on Monday night. Fire officials said a cat named “Thor” … more
Numerous vehicle thefts in the Onondaga County area are prompting state police to warn central New York residents to keep their cars locked. Troopers are investigating three incidents of stolen … more
LOWVILLE — A Lewis County man registered a blood alcohol content of nearly three times the legal limit after law enforcers said another person placed their own car behind him to stop him from … more
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