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Tuesday Camden Village Board, 6 p.m. Village offices, 57 Main St. Lee Zoning Board of Appeals, 7 p.m. Town Hall, 5808 Stokes-Lee Center Road.  Lewis Planning Board, 7 p.m. Town library, 5213 Fish … more
The Oneida County Republican Party is seeking candidates for Oneida County legislator in Legislative District 12, which includes Rome Ward 3 district 2, Ward 4 districts 1, 2, 3 and 4, and Ward 5 … more
Accused of separate attacks on two women — including his mother — a 21-year-old man is facing multiple charges. Police said Dylan J. Allen, of Floyd Avenue, attended a group session at the … more
TOWN OF FLOYD — A disoriented woman was rescued from the woods off Edwards Road early Sunday morning. Sheriff’s deputies said the woman called 9-1-1 for help at about 7:23 a.m., near the area of … more
WHITESTOWN — A new drug-detecting K-9 has joined the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office, named after a former deputy. Sheriff Robert M. Maciol said the department purchased Enzo, a German Shepherd, … more
A Poughkeepsie man is in custody on multiple charges after law enforcers said he held a woman and a child prisoner inside a barricaded home in Utica Sunday afternoon. Police said they were dispatched … more
TOWN OF VERNON — At least one person has been displaced from their Ottman Road home following a bathroom fire Saturday morning. Vernon First Assistant Fire Chief Jason Lewin said the resident was … more
Rome school district residents will have a chance to submit questions to district Superintendent Peter C. Blake and get responses, during a “Dialogue with the Superintendent” session on March 25. … more
TOWN OF LEE — Four elementary school students were hospitalized after a school bus was rear-ended on Stokes-Westernville Road early this morning. Sheriff’s deputies said a Birnie Bus was picking … more
Roman and amateur photographer Nelson Rudiak was recognized at the 12th annual International Color Awards in Los Angeles on March 9. The image, “Sunflowers,” was taken at Rome’s own Wagner … more
Democratic Congressman Anthony Brindisi and a Republican Pennsylvania representative have introduced a bill that would add dairy workers to the eligibility list for a program that allows foreigners … more
The state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation will offer lifeguard qualifying courses, beginning in April. Registration is required and can be completed by contacting Erin McPeak at … more
The Rome Democratic Committee has made four endorsements for Oneida County Legislature, where all 23 seats are up for re-election this year. The committee endorsed in: District 4, parts of Rome and … more
A Pink Power Happy Hour is scheduled for Saturday, March 30 at the Adirondack Diner & Lanes in Barneveld, from 4 until 6 p.m. The event is sponsored by team Penguin Platoon and is a fundraiser … more
The state police and local law enforcement agencies will be cracking down on drunken and dangerous driving over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend. The crackdown will run through Monday, March 18. The … more
LOWVILLE — Two Lewis County men have been charged with petty larceny after law enforcers said they purposefully did not scan merchandise at the self-checkout lane at Walmart. Sheriff’s deputies … more
VERONA — Madison-Oneida BOCES on Spring Road in Verona will hold a Notary Public Workshop from 6-8:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday, March 19 and 21. Tuition for the two-night course is $55. The class … more
NEW HARTFORD — A Utica man was charged with threatening a police officer with a knife after he was stopped while walking along Route 5 Wednesday. New Hartford Police said patrols responded to the … more
TOWN OF LENOX — The Fire Marshal’s Office in the Town of Lenox in Madison County is installing free 10-year smoke detectors in all residential homes. All residents of the Town of Lenox and the … more
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