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The Central and Northern New York Building Trades and Construction Trades Council has endorsed candidates for elected office in Rome, the council announced. The candidates listed were screened by … more
Oneida County lawmakers are considering a resolution opposing state legislation extending labor protections including overtime, a full day off each week and the right to form unions to farm workers. … more
WESTMORELAND — The Sheriff’s Office is searching for a white sports-utility vehicle that struck another car while passing on Route 5 at 3 a.m. Saturday. Deputies said one driver was eastbound at … more
Three men are accused of ambushing and robbing an acquaintance on their own front porch on Parry Street Sunday afternoon, police officials say. This is at least the third violent incident in which … more
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Made in Utica, the arts and business promotion organization, plans to celebrate its fifth anniversary with a Birthday Bash noon to 4 p.m. May 18 at Handshake City, the venue on a formerly abandoned … more
VERONA BEACH — The owners of the Spaghetti Factory are hoping to repair and eventually reopen following a kitchen fire on Mother’s Day — cancelling upwards of 450 expected patrons.  No one … more
BOONVILLE — Alexander Jackson has been named Valedictorian of the 2019 senior class at Adirondack High School with a grade-point average of 96.08, while Vanessa Slone has been named Salutatorian … more
Walter Constantini, director of the Airframe and Powerplant Program at Mohawk Valley Community College, will present a lecture on “An Introduction to the MVCC A&P Program” Wednesday at 7:30 … more
A woman is wanted by state police for taking another customer’s iPhone shipment at the UPS store on Success Drive. State police said the light-skinned woman with dark hair entered the store and … more
UTICA (AP) — Work has begun on an environmentally friendly dormitory at SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s campus in Marcy. When complete, the $33.5 million, energy efficient dorm will boast solar … more
Tickets are now available for the 5th annual Rome Policeman’s Ball, to be held at Teugega Country Club on Friday, May 31. All proceeds of the Ball go towards the department’s Shop with a Cop … more
A 57-year-old Utica man has been charged with hiring a teenage prostitute for sex, according to law enforcement officials. State police said John A. Stemen, 57, met a 17-year-old over the internet … more
The Air Force has no immediate plans to dig up or otherwise mitigate remains of a firefighting chemical linked to ill health effects because while the chemicals have been confirmed to be in … more
NEW YORK MILLS — One man was taken into custody for interfering in a police investigation into a report of shots fired on Sauquoit Street very early Friday morning, according to law enforcement … more
Declining numbers of students opting out of taking state tests for grades 3-8 were again reflected in state math assessments last week at several local school districts, continuing a trend from … more
UTICA — A local law establishing an online registry of convicted animal abusers in Oneida County is being held up at least a month over concerns by at least two lawmakers that it might harm … more
Oneida County legislators are moving closer to taking over legal ownership and responsibility for the largest building at the county-owned Griffiss International Airport in hopes of reigning in huge … more
Mutual aid log To report an emergency: 911 Thursday 11:56 a.m. New Hatford, Kellogg Road, lockout. 1:48 p.m. New Hartford, Seneca Turnpike, spill/leak. 3:19 p.m. Yorkville, W. Graham Ave., wires … more
WATERVILLE — A potential threat reported at Waterville Elementary School Thursday evening was determined to not be credible, according to law enforcement officials. Sheriff's deputies said they … more
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