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Board of Education members received an update on the status of Staley Elementary School, which has been shuttered since mid-August flooding forced the district to send its students elsewhere for the … more
ONEIDA — About 10 Oneida residents had their say at a public hearing on the licensing of retail cannabis dispensaries in the city at Monday night’s Common Council meeting. The public hearing was … more
This election season, voters were able to select their choices in a number of state and local races. Among them were the contests for State Supreme Court Justice in the Fifth Judicial District and … more
Three employees of Dippin Donuts took the stand on Tuesday to discuss that they were paid in cash for any overtime work and were never told they needed to claim any taxes on that money, according to … more
The blame for the Zourdos family’s federal tax evasion charges can be laid squarely at the feet of their longtime accountant, who had access to all of the family’s financial records, but did a … more
TOWN OF VERNON — A 42-year-old man is accused of attempting to burn down his home with a lighter while drunk very early Sunday morning, according to law enforcement officials. Sheriff’s deputies … more
UTICA — This month marks the start of Mohawk Valley Community College’s 75th year of transforming lives through learning. MVCC opened in October 1946 as the New York State Institute of Applied … more
And the band played on. Too much rain had made way for a calm, clear sky this Wednesday night, where the stars shone especially bright over Rome’s beloved Rome Free Academy Stadium. The RFA … more
A new, state-of-the-art quantum science laboratory at Innovare Advancement Center (IAC) now bears the name of the man who drove its creation.    The Colonel Timothy J. Lawrence Quantum … more
Rome Common Council adopted a $45.7 million city spending plan for 2022 during its regular meeting held in Council Chambers of City Hall Wednesday, which included only a cut of approximately $3,000 … more
Jury selection will begin in Federal Court in Utica on Monday for three members of the Zourdos family — owners and operators of the Dippin Donuts franchise — who are charged with tax fraud in … more
TOWN OF LEE — The Lee Town Board passed the town’s 2022 budget unanimously, cementing 40 years of no town tax levy for residents at a special meeting on Tuesday. Among items in the $2,797,322 … more
In a Wednesday announcement, Oneida County noted that Moderna and Johnson & Johnson booster shots are now available at county-operated vaccination sites, according to a release. “Vaccination is … more
Keaton & Lloyd Bookshop, located in the Rome Arts District at 236 W. Dominick St., hosted a grand opening celebration last week. Jason Tokey, executive director of Rome Art & Community … more
ORISKANY — A former principal of Oriskany Junior/Senior High School was awarded a judgment of more than $400,000 by a federal jury before Northern District of New York Judge David N. Hurd at the … more
TOWN OF ANNSVILLE — A family of four has been left homeless after a mobile home fire on rural Boyd Road in the Town of Annsville late Monday night. Fire officials said the alarm was raised at … more
On Monday, U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand toured the Innovare Advancement Center ahead of a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Colonel Timothy J. Lawrence Quantum Laboratory.  “...The opening of … more
The Common Council will consider authorizing a State and Municipal Facilities Program (SAM) grant award for Rome Police Department to be used toward the purchase of body cameras at its next regular … more
On Sunday, there were 28 COVID-19-related deaths across New York and Monday’s statewide seven-day average positivity rate was measured at 2.10%, according to information from Gov. Kathy Hochul’s … more
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