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Three convenience stores in Oneida County were among 186 locations across the state that were busted in an underage drinking crackdown last month, according to an announcement by state law … more
LOWVILLE — Sunny days, flowers emerging, birds chirping, wild critters coming out of hibernation and warmer weather are not the only signs of spring for area residents. Slow Moving Vehicles (SMVs) … more
CAMDEN — Camden High School was placed on lockdown as a precaution this morning for an unfounded threat, according to law enforcement officials. An investigation revealed that there was no direct … more
A 51-year-old man wanted on a scheme to defraud charge is the Rome Police Department’s Warrant of the Week. Shawn J. Harrington, with a last known address on Hillsboro Road in Camden, is wanted on … more
BOONVILLE — Although it has been a fixture in the Boonville Community for decades, the owners of the Great American food store are closing its doors, citing insurmountable challenges from … more
The New York State Canal System is beginning operations for the 2019 navigation season this week, though its Rome portions will remain closed due to high water levels, the state said in a release … more
Friday Oneida County Industrial Development Agency, 8 a.m. EDGE offices, 584 Phoenix Drive, Griffiss Business and Technology Park. Send meeting schedules Municipal and other public organizations and … more
The SkillsUSA chapter at the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison (OHM) BOCES earned several recognitions, including a first place gold medal at this year’s New York State Leadership and Skills Conference in … more
VERONA — The lights are out at the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill school district’s seven-month-old Sheveron Stadium — out of the ground, in fact. Four poles containing sets of lights have been brought … more
Former Oneida County legislator Michael Hennessy won a place on the November ballot Wednesday as the Democratic candidate for county executive after a state judge restored enough challenged petition … more
WHITESTOWN — Equipped with training weapons and tactical gear, members of the Utica Metro SWAT team walked through the pitch black Rosterfield Mall at the state Preparedness Training Center … more
TOWN OF LEE — A proposed speed-limit reduction along an approximately 1.5-mile stretch of Route 26 in the northern edge of Lee, and a 3-2 vote to set a pay amount for a new water department laborer … more
The race for the Republican nomination for Oneida County executive grew more bitter and personal Wednesday with incumbent Anthony J. Picente Jr. angrily calling challenger David Gordon … more
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Jervis Public Library will present “Financing Your College Education” with a representative of the state’s Department of Financial Services on Monday, May 20 at 6:30 p.m. No registration is … more
Cinema Capitol: “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” 7. “Charlie Says” (R) 7:15. Rome Cinemas: “The Hustle” (PG-13) 4:55, 7:10. “Pokémon Detective Pikachu” (PG) 4:30, 7. “Poms” … more
Members of the Common Council have weighed in on Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo’s State of the City address, delivered last Tuesday. The full text of the address is available … more
The Common Council will present awards to recognize residents for their neighborhood beautification efforts throughout the summer, Council President Stephanie Viscelli and Councilor Kimberly Rogers … more
TOWN OF LEE — Spraying of the town park for ticks and mosquitoes is being aired by the Town Board, which has stopped short of letting it fly due to uncertainties on how to schedule it at the busy … more
The federal Department of the Interior designated the Fort Wood Creek site, located on the Fort Bull near Rome-New London Road, to the National Register of Historic Places in March, according to a … more
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