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Flood-mitigation projects in Kirkland, Boonville and Trenton are due to get help from Oneida County this construction season. A flood mitigation committee met and approved a list of projects the … more
The city’s police officers and athletic coaches are facing off for charity once again in the third annual Cops vs. Coaches basketball game. Tip-off is at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, March 23 at Strough … more
SHERRILL — The Youth Center at the Sherrill Community Activity Center will end for the season today (Friday, March 15) for children in grades seven through 12, and on Tuesday, March 26 for children … more
The Oneida County Health Department is using National Nutrition Month to focus on improving the healthy eating habits of county residents, particularly making fruits and vegetables part of the daily … more
The Madison County Health Department’s first rabies vaccination clinic for 2019 is 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at the Madison Fire Department, 7362 Route 20. Vaccinations are offered free to Madison County … more
Send meeting schedules Municipal and other public organizations and agencies are encouraged to submit their meeting schedules for publication to the Daily Sentinel. Schedules can be emailed to … more
LATHAM — The 224th Air Defense Group has presented Staff Sergeant Nino Camuglia of Rome with the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal. A member of the 224th Air Defense Squadron, Camuglia … more
State Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-47th District of Rome, is on the state Legislature’s main Budget Conference Committee as negotiations continue on the fiscal 2020 state budget before the April 1 … more
As campaign season gears up, candidates for city offices will soon need to circulate petitions and gather signatures to appear on the ballot. To appear on the ballot in the June 25 primary races for … more
A 54-year-old Utica man is accused of having inappropriate contact with a young girl earlier this month. Timothy G. Secor, of Utica, had inappropriate contact with a young girl in Utica on March 1, … more
The eight newest members of the Rome Police Department are among 23 new law enforcement officers graduating from the Mohawk Valley Police Academy today. The graduation ceremony will be held at the … more
A Jamaican man pleaded guilty in Federal Court on Thursday to scamming an Oneida County resident out of more than $100,000 by claiming they won a lottery and needed to pay fees. Sanjay Burton, 34, of … more
For the 11th year, non-perishable food items will be collected during Utica’s St. Patrick’s Day parade on Saturday, March 16. The drive benefits the Mother Marianne West Side Kitchen, which is … more
A Rochester man is accused of harassing his Rome estranged wife over the past two years with both threatening telephone calls and by having gun magazines sent to her home, according to law … more
Binghamton-area educator George Phillips announced today he will run for Congress again. He was narrowly defeated in a 2010 challenge to former Rep. Maurice Hinchey in the old 22nd District, which … more
Send meeting schedules Municipal and other public organizations and agencies are encouraged to submit their meeting schedules for publication to the Daily Sentinel. Schedules can be emailed to … more
Upstate Cerebral Palsy has leased more than 30,000 square feet at 125 Business Park Drive at the Utica Business Park to consolidate its administrative functions, the organization announced Wednesday. … more
TOWN OF FORESTPORT — Four people were displaced from their home, and at least one was hospitalized, following a fire on Woodhull Road early Wednesday morning. First Assistant Fire Chief Kody Smith … more
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