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There were 33 COVID-19-related deaths across the state on Thursday and Friday’s seven-day average statewide positivity rate measured 3.68%, according to information from Gov. Kathy Hochul’s … more
CLINTON — Company officials from the Indium Corporation were joined on Wednesday by Roberta Reardon, state Department of Labor commissioner, to officially sign documents and formally register the … more
AT&T customers and FirstNet subscribers in Oneida and Madison Counties may have noticed a boost in wireless connectivity, with the company announcing the construction of four new cell sites … more
ALBANY — The state Department of Motor Vehicles is reminding snowmobile enthusiasts to register their snowmobiles before hitting the trails this season. Snowmobile registrations must be renewed … more
The School Resource Officers at Strough Middle School have been very busy this past month, according to an educator at Strough Middle School, not with unruly students but with a creative effort to … more
The first of two Taberg brothers charged in their third brother’s death made his first appearance in County Court Friday. A not guilty plea was entered on behalf of 27-year-old Matthew Westcott, of … more
An electrical fire in the basement closed down the Palisades Hotel at North James Street and Black River Boulevard in Rome Friday morning, according to city fire officials. Deputy Fire Chief Bernard … more
ALBANY — State Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, has announced that John “Jack” Hensel, a World War II veteran from Whitesboro, has been inducted into the New York State Senate Veterans’ … more
WAMPSVILLE — On a chilly November morning, the Madison County War Veterans Memorial committee observed Veterans Day, remembering and honoring the service of all with an observance Thursday. This … more
In what started as a lesson on giving, has turned into a way for two young Rome girls and their friends to help little boys and girls in their community celebrate the holidays with a special new toy. … more
On Wednesday, there were 39 COVID-19-related deaths across New York, and the seven day statewide average infection positivity rate was measured at 2.90%, according to information from Gov. Kathy … more
ILION — News that the historic Remington Arms company is moving its headquarters to Georgia has fueled fears over whether the company, started in Ilion in 1816, would leave New York altogether. … more
Bremer Hearing & Audiology, PLLC, 1300 Floyd Ave., No. 2, was named the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce Member of the Week. Richard and Marilyn Bremer started the Hearing Aid Service of Utica in … more
Now four weeks underway, a ceremonial demolition at Rome Health touted the work that has begun on its $11.4 million capital project — a new physician center — on Wednesday. Projected to be open … more
Plans and designs for making the Erie Boulevard West Freedom Plaza corridor a safer, more pedestrian and bicycle-friendly area were presented during a special meeting held at the Capitol Theatre … more
All three members of the Zourdos family on trial for tax evasion in Federal Court were found guilty by a jury on Wednesday of hiding nearly $3 million in Dippin Donuts cash sales from the IRS. John, … more
CANASTOTA — Frances Holderman, a Canastota resident with 20 years of service with the Army, was named Madison County’s Veteran of the Year. The Madison County War Veterans Memorial Committee … more
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