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Revisions are being sought in the next national defense act legislation to better define a section that potentially could affect operations at the Defense Finance and Accounting Service, says a local … more
TOWN OF MARTINSBURG — A Lewis County man is facing multiple vehicle and traffic violations after law enforcers said he sped away after nearly running a patrol car off the road early Sunday … more
The Common Council will review proposed changes to the city’s code, including tweaks to zoning at Griffiss, in its meeting this week. The seven-member body meets 7 p.m. Wednesday in the council … more
A 14-year-old boy who fell through the ice of the Barge Canal Sunday afternoon was pulled to safety by a passerby who heard the cries for help, according to city fire officials. The teenager was … more
TOWN OF TURIN — A Lewis County teenager has been charged with buying vape nicotine pods for a younger teenager. Sheriff’s deputies said Brian D. Rogers, 18, of Port Leyden, bought and gave a … more
TOWN OF ATHENS — A man and woman from Utica were both charged with marijuana possession after state police said they found more than three pounds in the pair’s vehicle on the Thruway very early … more
Oneida County Health Department inspectors conduct unannounced and periodic checks of food service establishments to determine if they comply with the state codes, rules and regulations. Here are … more
The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties is offering the following free workshops and webinars for staff and board members of area nonprofits. Each takes place at The Community … more
The deadline to apply for a 2019 Chamber Alliance of the Mohawk Valley grant award is March 27, according to a release from the association. The CAMV grants “provide cash and advertizing prizes for … more
Several returning members of the Board of Directors along with two new members were approved during the Griffiss Institute’s recent annual meeting, the 725 Daedalian Drive facility announced. Among … more
Holland Patent Central School won the team competition among middle-school students from five area schools in a 37th annual MathCounts competition hosted by Mohawk Valley Community College at its … more
A free and open to the public presentation on News Literacy and Evaluating Sources, given by Syracuse University Professor Thomas Boll,  will be held on Saturday, March 30 at the Jervis Public … more
Girls and women from across the city and region gathered recently to mark national Girls and Women in Sport Day at a breakfast gathering on March 16, organized by the Rome Sports Hall of Fame and … more
Police partners Alexzandra Carletta and K-9 Arko are the Rome Police Department’s Officers of the Month for February. Officials said Carletta and Arko helped find a burglary suspect hiding inside a … more
Revere Copper Products is coming out against two state proposals aimed at limiting industrial pollution. The Rome-based manufacturer held a press conference this morning with representatives from the … more
VERONA — The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill school district is seeking nominations for the 2019 VVS Wall of Distinction. The Wall of Distinction recognizes individual achievements and contributions of past … more
The maker of an app that lets construction contractors make precise job estimates in the field, and an Oneida company behind live drone video streaming were the big winners in Thursday evening’s … more
ONEIDA — Following a long career in human service, the Arc of Madison Cortland’s Executive Director Jack Campbell has announced his retirement. Campbell began working at the Arc as a vocational … more
The Rome Academy of Sciences is seeking nominations for the Class of 2019 to join the Rome Science Hall of Fame. The hall aims to recognize and honor persons, past and present, who have contributed … more
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