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On Wednesday, there were 195 new positive cases of COVID-19 and one new virus-related death in Oneida County. There were also 78 county residents hospitalized for COVID-19 related illness. Of that … more
UTICA — Division I hockey postseason is coming to the Utica Aud. It was announced Thursday that the Atlantic Hockey Association will play its 2022 league championship games at the venue in March. … more
SYRACUSE — Nearly two years into the pandemic, everyone has earned a holiday break with their family and friends, the American Red Cross said, but as the nation gathers again for celebrations this … more
ONEIDA — The city of Oneida passed its $25.5 million spending plan for 2022 at Tuesday’s Common Council meeting with no tax increase. A home worth $100,000 would have an annual tax of $1,094.69 … more
The New York Power Authority is partnering with Rome to replace all of its streetlights with energy-efficient LED technology as part of Smart Street Lighting NY, a statewide program that calls for … more
UTICA — There’s a new ride coming to Utica. Beginning Friday, Dec. 10, FlixBus will be extending its New York City-Schenectady line to Utica, to provide daily round-trip service from Utica to … more
VILLAGE OF BOONVILLE — With several inches of snow finally hitting Oneida County, Sheriff Robert M. Maciol held his annual snowmobile safety conference in Boonville on Tuesday. There are 650 miles … more
WESTERNVILLE — Mother Nature might not have dropped enough white stuff and kept temperatures low for long enough to ready the slopes, but work continues at Woods Valley Ski Area on Route 46 to get … more
ONEIDA — The city of Oneida has been awarded $10 million from New York State to breathe new life into its downtown area and make true its ideal vision. “Our Downtown Revitalization Initiative is … more
There were 52 COVID-19-related deaths across the state on Monday and Tuesday’s seven-day average infection positivity rate was measured at 4.87%, according to information from Gov. Kathy Hochul’s … more
ONEIDA — Nearly 300 employees were honored by the Oneida Nation Enterprises during the 2021 Service Awards Gala, representing more than 4,000 years of combined experience within the organization … more
BREWERTON — Hundreds of brave Special Olympics supporters took the Polar Plunge Sunday, running into the freezing waters of Oneida Lake to raise funds and awareness for Special Olympics athletes … more
The Center for Family Life and Recovery has received $150,000 in money that was secured in the 2021-22 state budget to expand services, said Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-Marcy, in a Friday … more
VILLAGE OF WHITESBORO — Fourteen new corrections officers from five counties were honored on Friday for graduating from the basic training academy. The graduation ceremony was held at the Harts … more
A total of 10 people across four families have been displaced from their Bloomfield Garden apartments following a kitchen fire in one unit Saturday night, according to city fire officials. Two of the … more
UTICA — Excellus BlueCross BlueShield provided On Point for College-Utica with a $5,000 sponsorship to support a new mental health program for first-generation college students. The program … more
ONEIDA — The city of Oneida came together to welcome the holiday season and enjoy themselves after a tumultuous year with its Christmas Festival on Friday. The event was a way to kick off the … more
HONOLULU  — When Japanese bombs began falling on Pearl Harbor, U.S. Navy Seaman 1st Class David Russell first sought refuge below deck on the USS Oklahoma. But a split-second decision … more
Purchasing a fresh cut Christmas tree this year? Why not consider a long-lasting alternative: a living Christmas tree. Living Christmas trees are container-grown, or ball and burlapped, and can be … more
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