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Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Central School District (VVS) held the first-ever Battle of the Bots Lego competition on Saturday, Feb. 4. more

The Utica Police Department has arrested a man in connection with the Friday, Feb. 3, robbery of the Adirondack Bank at 185 Genesee Street. more
Game enthusiasts are gathered at the SUNY Morrisville campus this weekend to participate in the 2023 Global Game Jam. more

The Robinson brothers, natives of the Albany-Schenectady area, relocated with their parents to Utica in the early 1800s. more
Hamilton College is continuing this year’s Common Ground series of free, public panel discussions with the program, “Privacy — An Issue of Our Time” on Wednesday, Feb. 22. more
Some Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES Distance Learning Chinese program students said they study Chinese because they like the challenge of learning a new language. more
Four Utica police officers were promoted to new ranks at a ceremony at Utica City Hall Friday morning. more
The Town of Ava Planning Board voted against allowing construction of a proposed campsite and retreat center by Restore Forward, LLC, an affiliate of the Black Women’s Blueprint. more
A request to install an electronic sign at the new Big Jay’s Pizza at 421 N. James St. was narrowly approved by the Zoning Board of Appeals during its monthly meeting. more
Residents of the Whitesboro Central School District will soon go to polls to make their voices heard on a proposed $26 million capital improvement project. more
Rome Rotary Club and the St. Paul’s Parish Veterans Support Group are teaming up again to help Ukrainians and Afghans that have been resettled in Central New York. more
Legislators are weighing in with their thoughts on Gov. Kathy Hochul’s proposed $227 billion spending plan for the 2024 fiscal year, both positive and negative.  more
On the morning of Friday, Feb. 3, the Hart’s Hill Inn was filled with people decked out in red. more
The Boonville Veterans of Foreign Wars, 108 Park Ave., is collecting soup, both canned and dry, until and including, Sunday, Feb. 12, for Matthew’s Place, a thrift store and food pantry. more
Winter’s control over upstate New York continues and National Grid reminds its customers to take advantage of programs that can help them pay and manage their winter energy bills. more
The monthly board meeting of the Jervis Public Library Association, Inc., will take place on Thursday, Feb. 9, at 4:30 p.m. at the library, 613 N. Washington St. more
The Manufacturers Association of Central New York has announced that Samantha Wessing has joined its team as a workforce development specialist.  more
A young boater safety certificate course will be held at the Central New York Boat Show in Syracuse on Saturday, Feb. 18. more
Kimberly Button normally skips breakfast. But on vacation, the hotel breakfast buffet is a highlight. more
The Mohawk Valley Community College Anime Club is looking for panelists, vendors and artists for the Taka-Con, a convention for fans of anime, comics, gaming and all things “nerdy." more
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