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The Rome Historical Society issued a release Wednesday morning clarifying its interactions with the new owner of the Erie Canal Village, Rick Rios. In an article published on Tuesday, Rios said he … more
The 21st annual Cycle the Erie Canal bike tour rolled out of Rome early this morning, en route to Canajoharie some 60 miles east. The eight-day bicycle tour spans nearly 300 miles from Buffalo to … more
What do you get when you have a disgruntled group of fairytale creatures in a swamp, a grumpy green ogre who wants to be left alone, a talking donkey and a princess who needs rescuing from her tower? … more
TOWN OF ANNSVILLE — At least two roads were washed out in the Town of Annsville following the heavy rains Thursday evening and early Friday morning, according to town officials. Town Highway … more
With increased competition for places to gamble in upstate New York, Vernon Downs hasn’t been able to maintain the employment level set in a 2010 deal with Oneida County to help with an expansion, … more
VERNON — Promoters of Woodstock 50 aren’t giving up on staging a three-day music festival at Vernon Downs in mid-August, saying they’re going to present their renewed application for a … more
VERNON CENTER — The new owners at the Parkside Deli on Route 26 raised more than $300 for the Vernon Center Fire Department last month, according to an announcement by fire department officials. A … more
WESTMORELAND — A 20-year-old man was ticketed and hospitalized after his pickup truck crashed into a utility pole on Route 233 very early this morning. Sheriff’s deputies said Raymond Barron, of … more
TOWN OF WEBB — Boaters on Fourth Lake helped rescue a man suffering a medical emergency in the water in Herkimer County Wednesday afternoon, according to law enforcement officials. Webb Police … more
A 15-year-old Rome boy has been charged with misdemeanor sex abuse for inappropriate contact with another teen, according to law enforcement officials. The 15-year-old juvenile subjected a teenage … more
TOWN OF LEE — After hearing two competing companies’ comments at the last two meetings and reviewing the matter in a closed session, the Town Board has rejected both bids for an expanded new … more
UTICA – New York State Attorney General Letitia James today announced the recipients of $9 million in grants to address the growing statewide issue of “zombie homes” – vacant or abandoned … more
The Canadian Forces Detachment at the Rome-based Eastern Air Defense Sector changed commanders in a ceremony Monday, according to an EADS announcement. Lt. Col. Josh Klemen assumed command from Lt. … more
More than a year after aircraft maintenance and overhaul company Premiere Aviation left a former Air Force hangar at Griffiss International Airport in Rome, Oneida County is near what may be a … more
Rome residents under the age of 16 may be eligible for a free pool pass this summer, according to members of the Common Council. In cooperation with the city’s Parks and Recreation Department, … more
TOWN OF LEE — No one was injured when a load of burning hay was dumped onto Elmer Hill Road Wednesday morning. Sheriff’s deputies said truck driver John Collins, 38, of Rome, was hauling a load … more
Nine months after declaring bankruptcy under Chapter 11, sporting goods retailer Herb Philipson’s is up for sale in a court-guided auction, according to documents filed in bankruptcy court … more
UTICA — The Utica Zoo have added a twist to Friday Late Nights for the 2019 summer season. Starting Friday, July 12, visitors will be able to have access to the Utica Zoo on Friday evenings until 7 … more
Four local graduating high school seniors, including three from Holland Patent High School and one from Rome Free Academy, have received Connor Arthur Lynskey Memorial Scholarships. The scholarship … more
The members of the Rome Catholic High School Class of 1974 will gather for their 45-year reunion with a series of events on July 26-27. The class will meet on Friday July 26, at DeMatteo’s … more
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