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NEW YORK – State Attorney General Letitia James is warning residents of potential price gouging of over-the-counter COVID-19 home test kits as well as other in-demand essential products. The alert, … more
In Oneida County, there were 232 new positive cases of COVID-19 and two new virus-related deaths on Monday, according to data released Tuesday by the county. There were also 3,414 county residents in … more
ONEIDA — Local children found friends among the deputies of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office as they did some Christmas shopping before the big day. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office held … more
An attempted robbery at the NBT Bank on Black River Boulevard is under investigation by Rome Police. No arrests have been made so far. Detective Commander Kevin James said a white male entered the … more
Accused double murderer Kyle J. Kirk made his first and likely last appearance in County Court for some time Monday morning to confirm his treatment in a mental health facility. Kirk, who has a … more
If Mohawk Valley residents are dreaming of a white Christmas, they may just get their wish, but it most likely won’t be enough cover to go outdoors and build a snowman. National Weather Service at … more
UTICA — Primary Urgent Care was named 2021 Business of the Year by the Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce in an awards ceremony held on Thursday, Dec. 9. Primary Urgent Care received the recognition … more
Moderna said Monday that a booster dose of its COVID-19 vaccine should offer protection against the rapidly spreading omicron variant. Moderna said lab tests showed the half-dose booster shot … more
UTICA — The holiday season is a time of giving and sharing with family and friends. While enjoying these traditions, you can also take steps to “green” your holidays. Between Thanksgiving and … more
AAA predicts crowded roads and skies, with air travel nearly tripling over 2020, for the upcoming holidays. Americans who had to cancel getaways and get-togethers last year because of the pandemic … more
New York State has recently launched a new campaign encouraging outdoors enthusiasts to get a COVID-19 vaccine, titled ‘Take Your Shot for an Outdoor Adventure’ Vaccine Incentive Sweepstakes for … more
The poinsettia still reigns supreme among flowering holiday plants, but don’t forget there are many other plant gift choices which create a beautiful indoor landscape and provide joy beyond the … more
WHITESBORO — For the past 17 years, the New York Sash Teddy Bear Toss has been a family-favorite holiday event with the Utica College Pioneers Men’s Ice Hockey Team. This year’s sold-out hockey … more
The 1961 film “West Side Story” is a musical classic that many still hold in high regard. They should keep doing that, because the 2021 remake is never going to live up to or replace the … more
BOONVILLE — Down Ava Road in Boonville, you can find a little place called Kringleville, and a couple who know the true magic behind Santa Claus. Bonnie Williams and Vernon Phillips opened … more
Walking and driving in slippery conditions and protecting oneself from the elements are part of everyday life during New York winters and knowing what to do if a natural gas leak is suspected and how … more
UTICA — Excellus BlueCross BlueShield will continue its sponsorship of The Genesis Group, according to an announcement Thursday by the health insurance company. Raymond Durso, Jr., president and … more
Fred F. Collis & Sons held a food and textile drive to give back to the veterans in our community this holiday season. The company invited employees and customers alike to join together for the … more
“We’re very happy to do it for you, but it’s going to cost a lot of money.” This response from the contractor who recently addressed an acute mold issue at Rome Free Academy Stadium, in … more
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