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The housing market has been a pillar of economic strength during the pandemic, but many would-be homeowners, particularly first-timer buyers, have met with frustration because of a low number of … more
LEE CENTER — Due to a medical emergency, family and friends have banded together to support the Conley Farm at 5301 Streun Road. According to a post started to help support the family … more
While they didn’t have regular classes last week, a pair of Rome Free Academy juniors didn’t take spring break off. Instead the duo of Dominick Cangialosi and Stone Mercurio participated in the … more
As of mid-day Monday, approximately one in four New York residents had been fully vaccinated for COVID-19, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office. This translates to more than 12 million doses of … more
BOONVILLE — Organizers are working to bring back the Boonville-Oneida County Fair this summer, with more details to be available next month — after the 2020 event was canceled as a result of the … more
As the COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues across the state, and communities clamor for more doses, Gov. Andrew Cuomo offered Friday comments relating to shortages of the one-shot Johnson & … more
UTICA — U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, a member of the Senate Aging Committee, visited the Resource Center for Independent Living in Utica Thursday to announce a package of three bills that … more
In the first COVID-19 briefing held since March 24, on Thursday, Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. touched on a variety of COVID-19-related topics, chiefly highlighting the continued … more
WHITESTOWN — When Kathy Caruso’s son was still in school, the lights and sounds of a routine fire drill caused the boy to cover his ears and lock up on the floor. Unaware that the boy’s … more
Among the highlights of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s state budget for fiscal year 2022, released Tuesday, is $29.5 billion allocated toward state aid for schools, which is $3 billion more than the prior … more
On Wednesday, the state extended the emergency regulation requiring all health insurers to waive co-pays for the COVID-19 vaccine until April 30, according to a release.  This, to ensure there are … more
In a move that is sure to get plenty of tail-wagging approval, the city is now accepting applications for its popular Dog Park which is scheduled to reopen Monday, May 3. Applications can be … more
NEW YORK (AP) — New Yorkers over 16 years old can sign up for COVID-19 vaccinations starting Tuesday, a major expansion of eligibility as the state seeks to immunize as many people as possible. The … more
The Northeast Unmanned Aerial System Airspace Integration Research Alliance, Inc., — perhaps better known as NUAIR — is using its Griffiss International Airport test site to help integrate and … more
TOWN OF WESTERN — A barking puppy alerted a boy home alone that his house was on fire on Route 46 Saturday afternoon. The home is a total loss and a family of four has been displaced, said Western … more
BLOSSVALE — A Blossvale couple has claimed their $96 million jackpot prize from the Mega Millions drawing held on Feb. 16 Leonard and Lorraine Padavan of Blossvale have claimed the $96 million … more
On the passing of Russel C. Fielding Monday, March, 29, 2021, Rome Sentinel owner Stephen B. Waters recalled a letter Russel C. Fielding had written to him when he became publisher in 1993. Fielding … more
The year 2020 began as usual with robust ticket sales for community events, borrowing of snowshoes to make peace with the winter weather, book discussions, story times, and borrowing of books and … more
Mayor Jaqueline M. Izzo, along with Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri, announced Thursday that city parks in both municipalities would now be open for certain sports and recreational activities — with … more
Among Thursday announcements, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that to date, 45 million COVID-19 test results have been reported to the state. This, underscoring the past year during which testing, vaccines … more
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