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Rome Capitol Theatre, without a marquee since 1977, will have a newly fabricated marquee installed on the facade of the building, with work beginning today. A project that has been in the works since … more
On Monday, a more detailed picture of state and local COVID-19 infections over the Thanksgiving holiday period was released. In Oneida County, there were 571 new positive cases during the period of … more
Accused of setting a fire inside his West Court Street apartment on Thanksgiving Day, a 24-year-old man told law enforcement officials that he did it because “I hate these guys, and I wanted to … more
New York State drivers need to buckle up this fall and be on the lookout for deer, as well as the increased risk of becoming drowsy behind the wheel, according to recent statements from AAA … more
The fall Open Enrollment period for 2022 is rapidly coming to a close. You still have until Tuesday, Dec. 7 to review, and if you so choose, make changes in your Medicare coverage for the coming … more
As trees and shrubs prepare for winter dormancy and the cold, they could use a little extra care from you to ensure a good start in the spring. The winter environment can adversely affect trees and … more
Made for fans by fans, “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” is a nostalgia-fueled lovefest for everything ghosts and the busting thereof. Directed by Jason Reitman, the son of original “Ghostbusters” … more
A resident of the home that burned on West Court Street in Rome on Thanksgiving Day has been charged with felony arson for setting the fire, according to law enforcement officials. Jacob L. Kangas, … more
No one was injured in a house fire at the corner of West Court and North Jay streets in Rome Thanksgiving morning, according to city fire officials. The cause of the fire is under investigation by … more
NEW YORK MILLS — A pair of newborn puppies taken from their mother and dropped off on a porch in New York Mills Thanksgiving morning are under investigation. Village Police said both puppies have … more
ALBANY — The New York State Division of Consumer Protection has alerted consumers to issues impacting the holiday shopping season. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the holiday shopping season … more
Cinema Capitol, 230 W. Dominick St., will screen “Spencer” on Friday, Nov. 26 through Monday, Nov. 29, and Friday, Dec. 3 through Monday, Dec. 6. The movie focuses on the marriage of Princess … more
TOWN OF FLOYD — A detached garage on New Floyd Road was destroyed by flames Wednesday morning. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. Floyd Fire Chief John Stark said they received the … more
Joanne Shenandoah, the celebrated Native American singer-songwriter who performed before world leaders and on high-profile stages, has died. She was 63. The Native American Music Awards & … more
VILLAGE OF CLINTON — An unarmed theft at the Cliff’s Local Market on Utica Street in Clinton Monday night has law enforcement searching for a white male suspect. State police said the thief … more
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