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Just as the Phoenix, a mythical beast that returns from the ashes; so too is a city website, Rome Rises, making its return. City Marketing and Events Coordinator Sarah Lokker said the website is a … more
UTICA — Mayor Robert Palmieri, joined by Comptroller Bill Morehouse and several members of the Utica Common Council, on Thursday announced a major development which they say will benefit Utica, … more
UTICA — AAA Northeast invites area residents to drop off nonperishable, microwaveable or easy-to-prepare food items at the AAA Utica Branch offices, 430 Court St., to help replenish food supplies … more
HOLLAND PATENT — The village of Holland Patent Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on Tuesday, July 27, at 7 p.m. in the Holland Patent Depot, 9544 Depot St., according to an announcement by village … more
The members of the Rome Catholic High School Class of 1969 will have a “Turning 70” get together as the “’69’ers turn 70,” event organizers say. The event will be held on Saturday, July … more
The Henry P. Smith American Legion Post #24, 325 Erie Blvd. W., will hold a takeout chicken barbecue fundraiser on Saturday, July 31, from noon until chicken is gone. The meal will include a … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Claudia L. Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, has issued a statement criticizing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s denial of two of five proposed Republican members of Congress from … more
A young boy wearing only a diaper was found wandering onto Erie Boulevard West Wednesday evening, according to law enforcement officials. Police said a driver passing through the area spotted the boy … more
A 31-year-old man is accused of stealing a $3,000 automotive computer from a garage on Chatham Street, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Collin B. Cox, of West Bloomfield Street, … more
LOWVILLE — A quantity of methamphetamine was seized at a Lewis County home in the second drug raid at that residence this year, according to law enforcement officials. Sheriff’s deputies said a … more
Accused of stealing nearly $40,000 worth of property from Premo’s Automotive Sales and Service, a 41-year-old man is facing multiple charges, according to law enforcement officials. Police said … more
It was an event meant to renew the peace and love vibes of its namesake that would instead come to a fiery, rioting end and become infamously known as “The day the music died.” Woodstock ‘99 … more
Both drivers were hospitalized after a Syracuse man ran a red light at Route 365 and Lamphear Road Thursday afternoon, leading to a crash, law enforcement officials said. Sheriff’s deputies said … more
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York City police department says just 43% of its workforce has been vaccinated against COVID-19. The New York Post reported Wednesday that about 23,000 of the NYPD’s … more
CAZENOVIA — Jessica Essary, Ph.D., co-program director and associate professor of the Inclusive Education program at Cazenovia College, has had a summary of her field work published in a new book, … more
WAMPSVILLE — Madison County’s Mental Health Task Force has put together a Mental Well-Being survey. They are asking that members of the community complete the short survey to help them assess the … more
EATON — Madison County and public officials cut the ribbon for the new Madison County Highway Facility in Eaton, replacing its aging facility in Morrisville with something brand new and … more
BOONVILLE — A 32-year-old man is accused of damaging a motor vehicle during a domestic dispute. Sheriff’s deputies said Nicholas C. Sappah, of Oriskany, was involved in a domestic dispute in … more
WHITESBORO — A parolee is facing multiple charges after a brief standoff with officers on Wood Road Tuesday evening, according to local law enforcement officials. A sheriff’s deputy was injured … more
Rome Area Chamber of Commerce has selected Human Technologies as its Business of the Week. The company, a social enterprise with a mission to create employment for people with disabilities, was … more
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