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The newly formed Black Leadership Coalition of Utica has released a list of suggested police reforms as part of the governor’s state-wide mandate for every law enforcement agency to consider … more
YORKVILLE — A Utica teenager is accused of leading Yorkville Police on a brief pursuit in a stolen car very early Monday morning, according to law enforcement officials. Village Police said they … more
With weather conditions finally signaling a potential change for the better for the snowmobile industry, organizers of the 4th Annual John Schoff Memorial Ride have scheduled this year’s event for … more
Revisions in two pay agreements, one involving school security officers (SSOs) through the City of Rome and the other involving a union contract, will be considered at the Board of Education’s … more
The Camden school district today was set to host a COVID-19 vaccination clinic, working with Rome Memorial Hospital and Utica Family Health Center to bring a first round of vaccinations to 100 … more
A new Oneida County-run COVID-19 vaccination site could be opened as soon as this coming weekend at Griffiss International Airport in Rome, though with vaccine supplies limited that’s no guarantee … more
TOWN OF LEE — The Town Board is interested in having the Town Hall be a site for upcoming administering of COVID-19 vaccinations, and the town will let Oneida County know of its willingness to … more
A 31-year-old man has been charged with smashing a cell phone while his child was on the line with 9-1-1 on Park Drive on Friday, according to law enforcement officials. Police said that Aaron J. … more
A 34-year-old man is facing multiple charges after law enforcement officials said he threatened a store clerk at Tops with a knife in order to steal a bottle of soda. Police said Steven C. Centore, … more
A “thank-you” message to the community for its continued support was announced by the Lake Delta Volunteer Fire Department, including for the continued success of the department’s annual fund … more
ALBANY — Some cold nights have helped area ponds and lakes to freeze over, but the state Department of Environmental Conservation is reminding ice fishermen and other outdoor enthusiasts not to get … more
A 35-year-old man has been charged with damaging a door on Brennon Avenue during a domestic dispute Thursday night, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Lowelle E. Clark, no address … more
A Rome woman has been charged with felony assault for stabbing her boyfriend in the hand Friday night, according to city police. Authorities said Christine S. Beckwith, 48, of Floyd Avenue, was in an … more
A 39-year-old man is accused of threatening his girlfriend with a knife and trying to stop her from leaving their Rome-Westernville Road home Monday afternoon, according to law enforcement officials. … more
CLINTON — Local shoppers will now enjoy the ease and convenience of online grocery ordering and curbside pickup with the addition of new Hannaford To Go service at the Clinton store at 55 Meadow … more
The board of the Madison-Oneida Board of Cooperative Educational Services (MOBOCES) will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight, beginning at 5 p.m., the Verona-based agency announced. The meeting … more
CLINTON — Michael Murrock has been named the chief information officer at ACCESS Federal Credit Union, according to an announcement by Thomas L. Owens, president and CEO of ACCESS Federal. Murrock … more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, has been appointed to the state Assembly Committee on Education, her office announced. As a member of the committee, said Buttenschon, “I’m ready … more
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