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Oneida County remains in the bottom third of New York’s 62 counties in a ranking of health, but county officials say it’s made some improvement over the past two years. The county came in 49 in … more
The state Department of Taxation and Finance is urging taxpayers to remain vigilant against scams during tax filing season. Strategies used by scammers to steal private information can be as simple … more
UTICA — The Muslim Student Association of Mohawk Valley Community College will hold a candlelight vigil in remembrance of the victims of the terrorist attack on Muslim worshippers in Christchurch, … more
The Rome Sports Hall of Fame and Museum has received a $1,250 donation from the Stewart’s Shops Holiday Match Program. “We are extremely grateful to the Stewart’s Foundation and their customers … more
The Utica chapter of the Working Families Party will begin screening candidates for endorsement for this year’s local, state, and judicial elections in Oneida, Herkimer, Madison and Lewis counties, … more
The non-farm job count in the Utica-Rome metropolitan has decreased, according to newly released date from the state Department of Labor. From February 2018 to the end of February 2019, the nonfarm … more
Local author Melinda Grace will present a lecture, “Write What You Know,” on March 26 at 6 p.m. at Mohawk Valley Community College’s Utica campus in the Alumni College Center and March 27 at 6 … more
CAMDEN — Community Bank Wednesday announced the promotion of Carly Gorski to branch manager of its Camden location. She brings to the position more than eight years of experience in the financial … more
Six months after reopening following a two-year renovation project, Strough Middle School’s 801 Laurel St. building still has some project portions awaiting completion by contractors. Among various … more
The Salvation Army, 410 W. Dominick St., is taking applications for its summer drop-in program, the organization has announced. The program, for elementary school-aged children, runs Monday through … more
The National Weather Service issued a winter storm watch for tonight through early Saturday but added that how much snow might fall is hard to predict in this late-season storm and could range in … more
A Rome man wanted on two warrants out of City Court is the Warrant of the Week for the Rome Police Department. Police said Michael Quiles Jr., 23, with a last known address on East Bloomfield Street, … more
U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi met with Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson as part of her visit Wednesday to the Air Force’s Rome Lab facility, his office announced. The lab, formally known as the Air … more
VERONA — The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Future Farmers of America (FFA) will host their annual Maple Weekend events over the next two weekends, the VVS school district said. The first weekend, on … more
The Rome Democratic Committee unveiled its endorsements for city candidates last week, throwing its support behind mayoral candidate David Halpin. No other Democrat had publicly signalled their … more
Contractual matters and an internal review of the general budget process will be the topics for the Board of Education on Thursday night, in what are anticipated to be closed sessions. The board has … more
The Rome Teachers Association (RTA) is contributing $1,600 toward start-up costs for a food pantry at Gansevoort Elementary School, as part of the continued growth of the community schools program in … more
Trustees and mayors were chosen in several villages in Oneida County Tuesday, though races were contested on the ballots only in Vernon and Sylvan Beach. Here are unofficial results as reported by … more
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