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A parolee and registered sex offender convicted of possessing child pornography on his cell phone has been sentenced in Federal Court to 50 years in prison. Shawn Bunnell, 35, of Utica, was sentenced … more
TOWN OF LENOX — An employee from the Town of Lenox Highway Department in Madison County is accused of using a tax-exempt town account to make purchases for his own auto repair shop. State police … more
TOWN OF LENOX — A Madison County woman has been charged with lying to the Department of Social Services and unlawfully receiving nearly $9,000 over two years. Sheriff’s deputies said Brittany E. … more
The Rome Fire Department will be hosting their second Battle of the Badges blood drive between the city’s fire and police departments on Tuesday. The two agencies use the friendly rivalry between … more
Members of the Common Council heard concerns on the lack of sidewalks parts of Erie Boulevard, while looking ahead to Downtown Revitalization Initative implementation, in their Wednesday evening … more
WESTMORELAND — Community Bank N.A. has promoted Allison Fuller to branch manager of its Westmoreland location on Route 233. She brings to the position more than 13 years of experience in the … more
Oneida County is getting out of the new-car buying business. County lawmakers on Wednesday approved a lease agreement with Enterprise Fleet Management to start providing vehicles for most county … more
In perhaps the most substantive step foward in the city’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) thus far, the Board of Estimate and Contract has approved a $1 million deal with Bronze … more
A 33-year-old mother is facing multiple charges after law enforcers said she was driving her child to school under the influence of drugs and crashed into a snowbank on West Dominick Street. Police … more
After about two and a half hours of total deliberations, the jury in the John “JW” Ferguson murder trial decided to convict him on a lesser charge of manslaughter. Ferguson will face up to 25 … more
The state program showcasing New York-grown farm products at Thruway service areas is recruiting producers for the 2019 season, which starts April 1. Only produce grown or produced in New York may be … more
Residential brush burning will be prohibited in New York state from Saturday, March 16, through May 14, the state Department of Environmental Conservation has announced. Some municipalities, … more
As spring approaches, City Hall is reminding residents to keep their lawns and landscaping within the city’s codes. In a release from the Codes Enforcement Office, city officials said that … more
FORESTPORT — Once famous for its large portions and as a stop for hungry snowmobilers and summer tourists in the Adirondacks, the Buffalohead Restaurant once again has a new owner. The former … more
The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its 28th annual silent auction fundraiser for Honor America Days on Friday, March 15, from 5:30 to 10 p.m. at Teugega Country Club. The public is invited … more
The New York State Association of Counties has come against legalization of marijuana unless state lawmakers help counties pay for any added costs. “Public policy ought to be about doing the public … more
VILLAGE OF CAMDEN — A 37-year-old mother is accused of spraying her teenager with pepper spray and shoving her younger child. Sheriff’s deputies said they were called to a domestic dispute on … more
A team from Rome’s Staley Elementary School is scheduled to take part in the 11th annual National Archery in the Schools Program tournament at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse Friday. The … more
Jurors found defendant John “JW” Ferguson guilty of two charges — manslaughter and possession of a weapon — but not guilty of murder in the stabbing death of his brother Daryl. Deliberations … more
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