News
8919 results total, viewing 161 - 180
A Board of Education effort to get more parents’ feedback, plus Superintendent Peter C. Blake noting legislative challenges that can hinder the basics of students’ learning, were part of the Rome … more
The state Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation has announced that swimming will be prohibited at Delta Lake State Park due to high bacterial counts at the beach. "The closure is … more
UTICA — The Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees is among recipients sharing in $2.7 million in federal funds allocated by a New York state agency for mentorship programs to help youth and … more
WAMPSVILLE — The Madison County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Division received accreditation from the state Division of Criminal Justice Services. The New York State Law Enforcement Accreditation … more
NEW HARTFORD — A man suffered a broken leg when a car struck his bicycle at the Oxford and Kellogg roads intersection Saturday. New Hartford Police said an investigation revealed that Matthew C. … more
WHITESTOWN — A 41-year-old man was charged with being in possession of child pornography following a seven-month investigation. Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Derrick O’Meara, of the county Child … more
Five people were charged with serving or allowing the sale of alcohol to a minor during a special underage drinking initiative conducted by Rome Police Saturday. Lt. James P. Boyer said patrols … more
TOWN OF DENMARK — A Carthage man was charged with falsely reporting that he was involved in a minor motor vehicle accident just to have deputies come complete his state Department of Motor Vehicles … more
VERONA — A woman was injured when she was struck by a car while looking for her lost dog on County Highway 50 Thursday night. Sheriff’s deputies said Terry Depasquale, 57, of Verona, was driving … more
The Rome school district’s start of classes Thursday for the 2019-20 year went well, and final student enrollment registrations along with some potential class-size adjustments are pending, said … more
Drivers who stay in the left lane of a major highway when they’re not passing could be fined $50 under a bill state Sen. Joe Griffo, R-47th Dist. of Rome, has introduced in the New York … more
The Rome Police Department has named Patrolman Nicolaus Schreppel as its Officer of the Month for July. “Schreppel maintains a positive attitude and takes a proactive approach with his patrol … more
VERONA — The Higginsville Road Bridge, which has been closed for nearly a decade, was on the verge of collapse on Thursday when officials quickly mobilized to take the bridge down before beginning … more
NEW HARTFORD — ParTech, Inc., has agreed to acquire the assets of 3M’s Drive Thru Communications Systems business. According to an announcement by Par officials, “3M is a technology leader in … more
Funding for $14.2 million in perimeter security upgrades at the Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) Griffiss park facility will not be diverted amid a Pentagon move to reroute money from … more
An appellate court has upheld former Oneida County legislator Michael Hennessy’s petition to get on the Democratic line for county executive this fall. The five-judge panel for the Fourth Judicial … more
The New York Department of Environmental Conservation has scheduled a public availability session for 6-7 p.m. Sept. 19 to discuss the upcoming cleanup and answer questions regarding the former Rome … more
Oneida County might be the first in New York to set a snowmobiling season under a law going before the Board of Legislators next week. The season would be defined as starting no earlier than the end … more
« Prev | 1 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 446 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.