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ANNSVILLE — The Annsville Town Board will hold a meeting on Monday, June 29, at 6:30 p.m. at the Annsville Highway Garage to interview candidates for the codes officer positions and other town … more
Oneida County reported 37 new positive cases of COVID-19 Friday, including nine among nursing home residents, but no new deaths. Thirteen patients were hospitalized with COVID-19 as of noon Friday, … more
A conflict is brewing between the Oneida County Department of Emergency Services and a handful of local fire chiefs who do not want to give up their 3-digit identification numbers. The county 9-1-1 … more
“It was very well planned...a great idea,” parent Sadie Novak said happily this morning as she exited the first of six Rome Free Academy graduation mini-ceremonies at RFA Stadium that were geared … more
Five Rome Free Academy students recently earned the New York State Seal of Bilteracy, which acknowledges a high level of proficiency in English and another world language, according to the school … more
UTICA — Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, took part in an online roundtable hosted by the New York State Assembly Social Services Committee to examine the effects of the COVID-19 … more
ROCHESTER — Christopher C. Booth, the president and chief executive officer of Excellus BlueCross BlueShield and its parent company The Lifetime Healthcare Companies Inc., will retire on May 1, … more
The Toccolana Club, 1412 E. Dominick St., has awarded scholarship to three graduating Rome Free Academy seniors, according to an announcement by club officials. The recipients of the annual awards, … more
BOONVILLE — The Adirondack Central School District Board of Education will hold its second regular meeting on Tuesday, June 30, 7 p.m. via livestream. The meeting can be accessed on the … more
A new sexual harassment lawsuit has been filed against James Auto Management LLC regarding a general manager accused of creating a sexually hostile work environment, according to the U.S. Equal … more
WESTERN — The Town of Western Historical Society has canceled its monthly meeting scheduled for July 9 due to the continued need for social distancing because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Members and … more
Monday kicks off a week-long “Shop Small Business Week” in the region that is moving through phased re-openings after lengthy coronavirus pandemic shutdowns. In a partnership between Oneida … more
Eight new police recruits were sworn onto the Rome Police Department at City Hall on Thursday. The new recruits — four women and four men — will begin their training at the Mohawk Valley Police … more
TOWN OF VERONA — Six people have been displaced from their home after a fire at the Verona Mobile Home Park very early Friday morning. Fire officials said a pet dog died in the fire after its barks … more
Ground rules for upcoming new artificial turf at Rome Free Academy Stadium were questioned by some Board of Education members before approving purchases for new turf and an adjacent new track surface … more
New York State Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47th Dist. of Rome, is calling on federal leaders to extend the counting phase of the U.S. Census in light of the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.  In a … more
TOWN OF WEBB — A Westmoreland man has died after law enforcement officials said his boat sank in the Stillwater Reservoir in Herkimer County and both he and a companion were stuck floating in … more
A Rome teenager has been charged with felony assault after law enforcement officials said her 7-week-old baby was brought to Rome Memorial Hospital with broken bones. Police said the baby boy was … more
REMSEN – The Remsen Barn Festival has been canceled, according to a post on the event’s website. The annual festival which draws tens of thousands of shoppers and hundreds of vendors had been … more
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