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A Camden man is facing multiple charges after law enforcers said he repeatedly harassed the same woman on multiple occasions, including causing a scene at Walmart on Rome-Taberg Road. Sheriff’s … more
In preparation for Thanksgiving travel, Oneida County Sheriff Robert M. Maciol has some advice to stay safe on the roadways. • Prepare your car for the trip. Check your wipers, oil, radiator and … more
VERONA BEACH — A 72-year-old man is accused of sexually abusing a pre-teen girl over the course of several years, according to law enforcement officials. Paul L. Fuller, of Verona Beach, subjected … more
Authorities warned today of difficult and potentially dangerous travel weather heading into one of the busiest times for being on the road. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo urged residents to prepare for a … more
At Gansevoort Elementary School, fourth-graders enthusiastically looked at instructions and ingredients for making apple pie while seated around teacher Michael Scerra, who asked … more
The City Yard maintained by the Department of Public Works on Race Street will be closed Thursday, Nov. 28 and Friday, Nov. 29, according to a statement from city officials. Also, the Saturday drop … more
Accused killers Jason P. D’Avolio and Brandon Clark made brief appearances in County Court this morning to have new hearing dates set. • D’Avolio, 47, of Rome, is accused of shooting his wife, … more
Help Santa and Mrs. Claus light Rome’s Christmas Tree tonight at the Veteran’s Park on North James Street.  Thanks to the Bobby Page Foundation and Joe Fazio Auto Sales, the evening’s … more
As a good size portion of West Dominick Street is reinventing itself as an arts and culture district, a new eatery is hoping to put a fresh spin on downtown dining. Sugarbeets Kitchen & Bar will … more
ALBANY — New York State is expanding its Campground Ambassadors program, part of its Adventure NY initiative designed to connect more residents and visitors with the outdoors, according to an … more
ALBANY — Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos is reminding New Yorkers that the holidays are a great time of year to treat yourself or a loved one to the gift of a … more
UTICA — Dr. John Kowalczyk has been elected President of The Arc New York by the organization’s Board of Governors. The Arc New York is celebrating its 70th anniversary and remains the largest … more
SHERRILL — The Sherrill Police Department Christmas with a Cop is kicking off again this year and those looking to help can still do so. Christmas with a Cop helps children in need around Christmas … more
A bill to help protect homeowners from deceitful roofing contractors has been signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, sponsor Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119th Dist. of Utica, announced. The … more
Anyone going over the river and through the woods this Thanksgiving is likely to face wet and windy weather, then rain and a chance of snow on the way home. A strong cyclone system is expected to … more
Congressman Anthony Brindisi, D-22nd Dist. of Utica, is joining several other New York House members to call on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to address concerns raised by local-level law enforcement officials … more
As a new member of the House Armed Services Committee, U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi wants to stay abreast of local defense-related facilities’ needs, plus see them and area supporters stay mutually … more
Law enforcers across the county and state will be cracking down on drunken and distracted driving over the Thanksgiving weekend. The crackdown begins on Wednesday, Nov. 27, and will last through … more
A proposed 2020 budget for the Oneida Herkimer Solid Waste Authority shows a third consecutive year of “no rate increases,” according to a budget statement, from the two-county entity. The … more
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