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The Board of Estimate and Contract renewed its agreement with insurance consultant USI in its first meeting of the new year. The board, comprised of Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo, Common Council President … more
VILLAGE OF CAMDEN — A 17-year-old Camden High School student is facing multiple charges after law enforcers said she attacked another student during the lunch break on Thursday. Sheriff’s … more
The Common Council explained its reasoning before voting to pass changes to the city’s electrical, building and street vendor codes in its Wednesday night meeting. Councilors passed a wholesale … more
WHITESBORO — The 2019 CNY Wing Wars to benefit local cancer patients in financial need through the Joseph M. Chubbuck Foundation will be held from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26 at Harts Hill Inn on … more
From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: A Missouri deer poacher has been sentenced to a year in jail with an unusual twist: He’ll be required to watch the Disney classic “Bambi” once a month. David … more
The average weekly wage in Oneida County continues to be at the bottom among the state’s 18 largest counties, although it did rise 2.6 percent between mid-2017 and mid-2018, says a new federal … more
ONEIDA — The Oneida Public Library Board of Trustees invites adult residents of the OPL Special Legislature Library District who are interested in running as candidates for the board seat opening … more
Nominations for the YWCA Mohawk Valley’s annual Salute to Outstanding Women awards are due Tuesday. Nominations may be made at Nominees must be 18 or older, live or work in … more
Revere Copper Products of Rome has won the Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority’s 2018 Recycling Champion Award in recognition of the company taking the initiative to reduce its solid waste stream … more
Scholarship awards totaling $7,500 were presented to seven local students Tuesday by the Rome College Foundation. Among the awards: • Rome College Foundation Scholarships; $1,000 per student … more
The ownership behind the Utica Comets professional hockey team, Utica City FC indoor soccer team and Utica’s Aqua Vino restaurant has bought Babe’s Macaroni Grill and Bar with plans to rename it … more
Rome Catholic School came in first place among elementary schools and Remsen Junior-Senior High among middle and high schools in the third annual Plastic Film Recycling Challenge, the Oneida-Herkimer … more
A Utica man was charged with felony possession of both marijuana and firearms following a domestic dispute on Tuesday, according to local law enforcement officials. Police said Jonathan Hines, 38, … more
CAZENOVIA — A Madison County man is accused of raping a woman at his residence, according to a report by area law enforcement personnel. Sheriff’s deputies said Christopher E. Conley, 43, of East … more
An Alaska company that makes a parachute system for drones came to Rome to conduct federal validation tests for its product. And it worked. Indemnis sent a team to the New York Unmanned Aerial … more
A spaghetti dinner fundraiser will be held Saturday from 4-7 p.m. at the Lake Delta Volunteer Fire Department, 8508 Elmer Hill Road. The event will benefit the fire department in helping to meet its … more
TOWN OF TRENTON — Fire has struck again at the Terry Jones Farm on Whittaker Road, with a silo catching fire less than a week after a large barn fired killed nearly 200 head of cattle. Fire … more
The site plan for the propsed Hannaford Supermarket at 801 Cypress St. was approved by the city Planning Board in its first meeting of 2019. The five-member volunteer body re-elected Mark Esposito as … more
The city Parks and Recreation Department will hold its 10th annual “Sweet Heart Couples Dance,” open to all children under 12 and their parent/guardians, on Friday, Feb. 8 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the … more
With an arctic blast set to descend on the region over the next several days, Floyd Water Superintendent Michelle Kotary is urging town residents to take precautions to keep their pipes from … more
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