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A Rome man previously charged with stealing a car from a repair shop on West Dominick Street a month ago has now been charged again after law enforcement officials said he was found with another … more
VILLAGE OF CANASTOTA — An Onondaga County man was charged with aggravated drunken driving after he was found blocking the EZ-Pass lane at a Thruway exit in Madison County Monday evening, according … more
TOWN OF WHITESTOWN — Two teenagers were charged late Wednesday after they were stopped with an SUV full of illegal fireworks, according to law enforcement officials. Sheriff Robert M. Maciol said … more
Oneida County reported 22 new lab-confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, including four involving nursing home residents. As of mid-day Wednesday, 29 county residents were hospitalized … more
The upcoming Fourth of July weekend will see another law enforcement crackdown on drunken and distracted driving — with state troopers, multiple county sheriff’s departments and local police … more
Mutual aid log To report an emergency: 911 Tuesday 1:04 a.m. Sauquoit, Mohawk St., Paris, investigate. 3:04 a.m. Willowvale, spill/leak. 3:05 p.m. New Hartford, to same. 6:01 a.m. Camden, spill/leak. … more
The Genesis Group of the Mohawk Valley Region has announced the selection of new officers and trustees for its next fiscal year that begins July 1 this year and runs through June 30, 2021. Serving as … more
ORISKANY — The Oriskany Central School District’s Board of Education will hold its annual reorganization meeting at 5 p.m. tonight on a virtual platform, followed by a regular meeting of the … more
Discounts on the sale of all tobacco products, such as coupons and multi-pack price promotions, are prohibited in New York, beginning today. The new law — passed as part of the state’s 2021 … more
VILLAGE OF CROGHAN — A Boonville man was charged in Lewis County with refusing to leave another person’s apartment, according to law enforcement officials. Deputies said Sean Shanks, 58, refused … more
NEW HARTFORD — One driver was hospitalized after a two-vehicle rear-ending on Route 12 Tuesday evening. Police said Cosmina J. Schulman, 33, of Utica, was stopped on Route 12 waiting to make a left … more
A Utica man wanted in connection to a fatal shooting in the Cornhill district in early June was taken into custody on Tuesday following a minibike chase, according to law enforcement officials. … more
One man was shot and a residence was struck with gunfire during a late night shooting on Utica’s east side on Tuesday. Police said the adult male was shot in the midsection in the 300 block of Mary … more
The Rome Police Department has announced a crackdown on the use of illegal fireworks in the city as the Fourth of July Weekend draws closer. Meanwhile, the Utica Police Department has already started … more
With the COVID-19/coronavirus impacting myriad facets of life locally, and across the globe, nonprofit arts institutions are struggling to find ways to reach out to the community, and pay the bills. … more
Salutes and sendoffs for two departing Board of Education members, plus the retirement of a longtime physical education teacher and tenure for 16 staff members, were among Board of Education topics … more
A time adjustment for the Rome school district’s ongoing “Grab & Go” food service meal distribution program for students was announced by the district. The distributions at all eight … more
John E. Joy Elementary School Principal Andria Lacey has announced her upcoming retirement Aug. 31 after 16 years at the 8194 Bielby Road facility, in a letter to school families. Lacey said in the … more
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