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ALBANY — Vibrant peak and near-peak leaves will continue to arrive in the Adirondacks this weekend while making their first appearances in the Catskills, according to the New York State I Love NY … more
ALBANY — RoAnn Destito, who has served as the state Commissioner of the Office of General Services, has announced her retirement, effective Thursday, Oct. 21. Destito, of Rome, has served as … more
Mohawk Valley Community College received a Notice of Non-compliance from the State University of New York Tuesday for not enforcing the state system’s student vaccine mandate. The SUNY COVID-19 … more
The city Planning Board unanimously approved a recommendation to the Common Council regarding the authorization of a six-month moratorium with respect to the establishment and construction of solar … more
UTICA — In a roughly 15-minute-long Tuesday morning presentation, Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. outlined the details of his proposed $457 million 2022 budget for the county’s … more
Assured Information Security (AIS) has been awarded AWARE, a $95 million Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract focused on researching novel and innovative anti-fragility concepts … more
From air conditioning units to the purchase of a metal detector and crosswalk striping machine, city councilors questioned the city Public Works Department about items included in the department’s … more
On Sunday, there were 24 COVID-19-related deaths reported across New York and Mondays statewide seven-day average positivity rate was recorded as 2.37%, according to information from Gov. Kathy … more
Parents of children in the Rome City School District have flocked to a transportation survey on the district’s website, as well as to various social media platforms, in an attempt to abate the … more
New York Attorney General Letitia James announced on Thursday that 84 firearms were turned in to law enforcement at a gun buyback event at St. Paul’s Church on Cypress Street. The event, hosted by … more
The Rome City School District has switched from in-person instruction to remote education for its K-12 students, effective today, Friday, Oct. 1, through next Friday, Oct. 8, as a result of … more
A $40 million modernization of the Office of Mental Health’s Central New York Psychiatric Center and Secure Treatment and Rehabilitation Center campus in Marcy, is underway, according to an … more
After having to pause for a year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Rome Fire Department will once again be opening the Central Fire Station for school tours as part of National Fire Prevention … more
The Rome City School District Equity Task Force – manifest of its partnership with ACCESS Global Group, headed by Dr. Shanelle Benson Reid, which enters its fourth school year of collaboration to … more
A mother and her two children were displaced in an apartment fire on North Washington Street Sunday night. Fire Chief Thomas M. Iacovissi said the department received the alarm at 8:50 p.m. for the … more
City councilors voiced overwhelming support for a 0% real property tax increase for the fifth consecutive year in the proposed $45.7 million city budget for 2022, that also calls for no increases in … more
Police Chief Kevin C. Beach defended his officers and department about not being “knowledgeable” or having the materials available for the public to file personnel complaints — part … more
In an effort to continue COVID-19 vaccination of county residents amid climbing infections since the beginning of August, Oneida County is launching an initiative to incentivize vaccinations and help … more
A fight between spectators at a Rome Colts Pop Warner football game on Sunday is under investigation by law enforcement. more
New York State Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon (D-Utica/Rome) issued the following statement after an exciting tour of six farms in her district on Tuesday. “What a beautiful day on the farm! I … more
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