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While some scores and goals felt COVID-19 impacts, Rome school district Superintendent Peter C. Blake for the third straight year has been rated as “effective” overall by the Board of Education … more
NEW HARTFORD — Officials with the Yahnundasis Golf Club have announced that the “high aerial” fireworks display that was planned over New Hartford on Saturday, July 4, has been canceled. The … more
A $19.9 million federal grant to provide educators with tools, resources and training for blended/remote instruction when needed once school buildings reopen from COVID-19 closures is being sought by … more
For those traveling along James and Dominick streets downtown this week, there is something new to see.  Anchored to utility poles along the streets are patriotic-themed, “Keep the Spirit” and … more
The cat who was shot in the ear with an arrow near his home on Calvert Street is recovering and will not need surgery, his owner said on Saturday. The investigation by the Central New York SPCA is … more
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the State University of New York Board of Trustees have announced that they will be suspending ACT and SAT testing requirements for the 2021-2022 academic year. That … more
SYRACUSE — The Department of Veterans Affairs has announced the appointment of Dr. Frank P. Pearson as director of the Syracuse VA Medical Center. Pearson will oversee delivery of health care … more
BUFFALO — Gasoline prices in New York are up two cents this week, according to AAA Northeast. AAA Northeast’s June 29 survey of prices in New York finds self-serve, regular unleaded averaging … more
The Trailbusters Snowmobile Club, Inc., of Lee Center, has awarded its annual scholarship to Aaron Russell of the Town of Lee. Russell is the son of Robert and Sandy Russell and a 2020 graduate of … more
The Herb Geller Memorial Scholarship fund has awarded four $500 scholarships to graduating seniors at Rome Free Academy. Jo Ann Geller presented the scholarship winners each with a certificate and a … more
NEW HARTFORD — The Yahnundasis Golf Club and the town of New Hartford are teaming up to offer “Fireworks over New Hartford” on Saturday, July 4, to celebrate the nation’s birthday. This … more
UTICA — State Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, is encouraged children and families in his district to take part in the 2020 Summer Reading Program that he is sponsoring in conjunction with the … more
Local and New York state public health authorities blame a recent uptick in the number of COVID-19 positive tests in the Mohawk Valley and Oneida County on an outbreak at an aluminum products factory … more
A $30 million increase in spending on the Rome Lab and protections against shrinking the workforce at the Defense Finance and Accounting Service are among the priorities for Congressman Anthony … more
Higher education got the all-clear to reopen last week, but all that’s definite about what that will actually mean on and around campuses in Oneida and Madison counties … more
Fourteen new positive cases of COVID-19 and one related death were reported in Oneida County in the 24 hours ending at noon Tuesday. The death brings to 91 the number of county residents who have … more
After attending six Rome Free Academy graduation mini-ceremonies lasting more than five hours, including reading her speech to her classmates at each one, valedictorian Erika Rizzo's initial reaction … more
A social media video of a white man screaming racist comments at another driver in Utica is under investigation by law enforcement officials and the man's now former employers. The video was posted … more
One woman has been charged with felony assault after Utica Police said she stabbed two other women late Sunday. Police said Ashley Pierce, 24, of Utica, used a kitchen knife to stab two other women … more
TOWN OF TURIN — A Lewis County man has been charged with vandalizing the lawn at South Lewis High School by driving his pickup truck across it. Sheriff's deputies said Jonathan R. Thayer, 20, of … more
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