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The state Board of Regents on Monday elected Dr. Lester W. Young Jr. as the new Chancellor for the board, and he is the first African-American to serve in the position. Young, a Regent member since … more
The plan for the site of a former animal hospital and school was discussed at the city planning board’s recent meeting — with concerns being raised about the community losing a building with rich … more
TOWN OF STEUBEN — A garage burned to the ground on Carmichael Hill Road Monday night. Western Fire Department officials said they were dispatched to a fully involved garage fire shortly after 9 … more
The local Kicks for Kids Foundation announced that since its start in 2010, the foundation has provided over $100,000 in scholarships. A foundation announcement said it could not have reached that … more
Staff and wire reports New York state is following federal guidance and opening COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to all residents age 65 and older, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Tuesday. Cuomo expressed … more
The Whitesboro school district has extended its all-remote instruction schedule by two more weeks, while the Oneida school district has reported three more COVID-19 cases, among the latest … more
ALBANY — New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo is calling on broadband internet providers to offer service for $15 a month to low-income households and for establishing a fund to help families who can’t … more
Individuals age 65 and older as well as individuals withcompromised immune systems; Firefighters — State fire service, including firefighters and investigators (professional and volunteer); and … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. —  The federal Small Business Administration and the U.S. Treasury Department has announced that the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) re-opened on Monday for new borrowers and … more
COVID-19 vaccination updates for Rome and Remsen, COVID-19 voluntary testing dates for Oriskany, and a return to some in-person instruction Monday for South Lewis were among new school district … more
UTICA — The city of Utica’s Department of Public Works is undertaking two major demolition projects, Mayor Robert Palmieri announced. The DPW is scheduled to demolish the former Cornhill Senior … more
Mutual Aid To report an emergency: 911 Sunday 1:21 a.m. New York Mills, Commercial Drive, alarm. 3:44 a.m. Whitesboro and COCVAC, Harts Hill Terrace, Whitestown, assist. 7:49 a.m. New Hartford, … more
The Working Families Party Friday announced that it will begin screening candidates for endorsement for this year’s local and judicial elections. The Central New York Chapter is seeking candidates … more
SHERRILL — Briggs & Stratton’s manufacturing facilities in Munnsville and Sherrill have immediate openings for dozens of positions ranging from manufacturing operations, engineering, sales, … more
On the agenda for the 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 13, meeting is a collection of beginning of the year business. Among the agenda items is an ordinance that if enacted, would authorize a Payment In Lieu … more
Oneida County endured a record number of COVID-related deaths in one day over the weekend but saw some reasons for optimism regarding the pandemic as a new, larger wave of vaccinations began and a … more
TOWN OF MADISON – A 24-year-old Albany County man was injured in a snowmobile crash while participating in Saturday’s “Snow Drags” event. Madison County Sheriff’s deputies said they … more
A resolution in the election for New York’s 22nd Congressional District representative remains at least a couple of weeks away, with the lawyer for one side predicting there will be no re-run of … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced plans to form a public health corps led by newly trained special personnel to give COVID-19 vaccines as he used terms comparing fighting the pandemic to war during his … more
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