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UTICA — The Munson Williams Proctor Arts institute, 310 Genesee St. in Utica, will host voter registration from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 17, assisted by members of the Utica-Rome Chapter of the … more
A 26-year-old man is accused of attacking his girlfriend and shoving her around their home at Park Drive Manor II very early Friday morning. Police said Frederick A. Gilmore punched his girlfriend in … more
NEW HARTFORD — A break-in at the Mirabito Gas Station on Oneida Street has led to charges against a 20-year-old man, according to law enforcement officials. Police said a burglary alarm at the … more
A Rome woman has been charged with felony grand larceny after law enforcement officials said she rented a U-Haul truck and never brought it back. Police said Mary B. Mooney, 48, rented the truck from … more
TOWN OF PARIS — A 33-year-old man is accused of attacking a child under the age of 17 at a residence on Summit Road on Thursday. Sheriff’s deputies said Mark C. Keenan, of Paris, struck the … more
A Rome teenager recently charged with attempted robbery in Utica is now also facing charges for a domestic dispute in Rome, according to law enforcement officials. Police said on July 31, Wilfredo … more
As of this morning, a police investigation continues into a weekend incident that involved racist graffiti found on a rented U-Haul truck parked outside a residence on First Street. Police said a … more
The Rome Area Chamber of Commerce has named Rome Sign & Display Co., Inc. as Member of the Week, according to a release. The company has been in business since 1957; and Terrence Denton is the … more
While most of the Rome school district will launch the new academic year Monday on a remote basis due to COVID-19 factors, 127 supported learning/special education students will attend in-person … more
A Board of Education "retreat" work session meeting that may include such topics as overall board goals and how to achieve them is scheduled for Saturday at 9 a.m. at the school district office, 409 … more
Friday morning, Rome city officials converged on the city’s Police and Firemen’s Memorial Park across from the Central Fire Station on Black River Boulevard for a 9/11 memorial service. This … more
Oneida County reported 10 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, and one new death, the first since Aug. 26, for 122 so far. As of noon Thursday, three patients were hospitalized with COVID … more
UTICA — Oneida County’s revenue from sales tax appears to be bouncing back from being as much as 40% off budget early in the COVID-19 pandemic, but because there is too much unknown about how … more
A Utica man is accused of threatening a woman with a loaded firearm in the city late Friday night. After the man was taken into custody, Utica city officials said a police officer was captured on … more
One man is in custody for fighting with police officers after a series of events that started with a reported water rescue in the Mohawk River Wednesday night, according to city officials. Deputy … more
UTICA — An adult is receiving post exposure treatment following exposure to a raccoon which has tested positive for rabies in the town of Marcy. The raccoon was sent to the New York State … more
An educational programs report ahead of a new academic year that begins remotely next week, and a proposed property tax assessment reduction for the Advance Auto Parts store on Black River Boulevard, … more
A moment of silence, plus internally circulated reflections on the day and photo montages from it, will be among observances Friday at the Eastern Air Defense Sector (EADS) at Griffiss park on the … more
HERKIMER — Herkimer Working Solutions and Herkimer County Community College are partnering to offer the region’s first drive-thru job fair, the organizations have announced. The event will be … more
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