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A trash fire at the Oneida Herkimer Solid Waste Authority facility in Utica was doused by firefighters Wednesday evening. Fire officials said there was a report of heavy, black smoke at the Leland … more
SHERRILL — Work crews with Sherrill Power & Light will continue their Utility Line Clearance Program next week, according to city officials. Officials said crews will be trimming trees on East … more
Utica College will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate new on-campus housing, Pioneer Village, on Friday at 3 p.m., the college announced. The $14 million project, a partnership between the … more
A new Community Kids Market Place at Gansevoort Elementary School is “officially open for business” following a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week, the Rome school district said. Included are a … more
TOWN OF LEE — An upcoming increase in water rates for residents, plus reviewing a potential leash law for certain areas of Lee, were among Town Board topics Tuesday night. The board also approved a … more
The Rome Fire Department will hold their annual Fill the Boot fundraiser for muscular dystrophy on Friday. Several of the city’s bravest will hold out their big fire boots to passing vehicles at … more
BOONVILLE — The Sauquoit man accused of killing one man and stabbing two others during a domestic dispute will have his case presented to a county grand jury for a possible indictment. Brennan J. … more
Oneida County legislators approved a law setting up a public registry of convicted animal abusers but only after tweaking it to make it less worrisome to farmers. The Board of Legislators approved … more
Mutual aid log Tuesday 4:51 a.m. Remsen and STaR Ambulance, accident. 7:19 a.m. Camden, Oswego St., accident. 7:35 a.m. Maynard, Route 291, Marcy, vehicle fire. 9:56 a.m. Sherrill, Route 5, Vernon, … more
SYRACUSE — The Genius NY program, the business accelerator program at The Tech Garden in Central New York and said to be the largest unmanned systems accelerator in the world, has opened its … more
Thursday Board of Education, 6:30 p.m., district office, 409 Bell Rd. Board of Estimate and Contract, 8:30 a.m. Rome City Hall, 198 N. Washington St.  Jervis Public Library Trustees, 4:30 p.m. In … more
Members of the Rome Catholic High School Class of 1964 gathered for their 55-year reunion on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 6-7. A cocktail party at Class Valedictorian Jim Gifford’s house was held on … more
The Route 49 westbound ramp to Route 233 remains closed, with motorists facing a full ramp closure with a signed detour in place as bridge rehabilitation continues, according to the weekly road-work … more
A ceremony at the Eastern Air Defense Sector at Griffiss park, an annual community prayer breakfast, and a remembrance day in schools were among local observances today on the 18th anniversary of the … more
A 21-year-old Rome man is accused of having inappropriate contact with a teenage girl. Joshua Jessop, of Rome, had inappropriate contact with a 14-year-old girl in Rome, according to Inv. Christopher … more
TOWN OF MARCY — No one was injured when a student’s car caught on fire in the parking lot of Whitesboro High School Tuesday morning. School officials said the student’s vehicle, which was parked … more
A fire at J’s Auto in Utica was knocked down by firefighters early Monday morning. Fire officials said there was a large fire in the office at J’s Auto on Erie Street at about 7 a.m. Monday. … more
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