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ALBANY — Fake COVID-19 health coverage and other insurance schemes are being added to the scam mix as con artists exploit the pandemic for personal profit at consumer expense, warns the New York … more
Mutual aid log To report an emergency: 911 Friday 9:01 a.m. Camden and Camden Ambulance, Miner Avenue, overdose. 12:41 p.m. Oriskany, Route 69, structure. 12:43 p.m. Stanwix Heights and Whitesboro, … more
New York Assemblyman Brian Miller has tested positive for COVID-19 and is being treated in a Utica hospital, his staff announced Friday. Miller, from New Hartford, as a Republican representing the … more
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo ordered schools in New York state to remain closed for another two weeks until April 15. Cuomo two weeks ago had ordered schools closed through April 1 as part of the state’s … more
Friday, Rome Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo reissued a Local Emergency Order for the City of Rome due to the coronavirus outbreak. The original order went into action in mid March.  With the new measure … more
The number of confirmed cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Oneida County surged to 24 Friday, with eight new cases announced since Thursday. "As I said all along we're going to grow," County … more
The obstacles of educating students on a remote basis are being addressed by local school districts at varying paces and approaches, as they navigate the second week of shutdowns during the COVID-19 … more
Online initiatives during the COVID-19 situation have been announced by Mohawk Valley Community College, the local BOCES Consortium of Continuing Education, and at Herkimer College. • MVCC has … more
Cancellations due to the COVID-19 situation were announced for the 12th annual AFRL (Air Force Research Laboratory) Challenge Competition for area high school students, and for certain events through … more
ONEIDA — Non-profits are faced with new challenges in the face of COVID-19 as they work to help those in need and Karing Kitchen in Oneida is working as hard as ever. Housed in the basement of the … more
The Sherrill Police Department would like to remind everyone to watch out for scammers trying to take advantage of you during this coronavirus crisis. The department has released a series of tips and … more
The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans to small businesses suffering economic loss as a result of the coronavirus crisis. SBA officials said they acted … more
Work is continuing on a five-year Consolidated Plan that identifies community needs projects that can be developed once funding is secured. Work to be done in the City of Rome, identified in the … more
With more people staying at home during the coronavirus outbreak, many cars are sitting in driveways and parking spaces for days on end without being driven. For many drivers, this results in a dead … more
UTICA — As the Mohawk Valley Health System is prepares for a surge in patient volumes — it is seeking help from the public for personal protection equipment, namely masks. The MVHS has added 314 … more
The Upstate Family Health Center is open and providing service during the COVID-19 outbreak in both of its locations, 205 W. Dominick St. in Rome and 1001 Noyes St., and is also offering … more
Seven new firefighters were sworn into the Rome Fire Department on Thursday, along with two promotions. Due to the coronavirus concerns, the swearing in ceremony was held in the lobby of City Hall … more
Although the traditional gatherings and ceremonies have been canceled and many are working remotely amid COVID-19 concerns, Rome Lab every Friday at 7:45 a.m. will continue to play aloud “The Star … more
While much of New York State is on PAUSE due to the COVID-19 pandemic, employees in roles deemed essential by the government still have to report to work. For most of these workers, the experience is … more
ALBANY — The state Department of Labor has announced that unemployment insurance claims increased by over 520% from the past year, mostly as a reaction to the coronavirus pandemic. Overall, more … more
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