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Taylor Swift was up. Elon Musk was in, out, in and maybe out again. Tom Cruise was back. BTS stepped aside, and so did Serena Williams, and Tom Brady too — oops, scratch that. But the slap? more

A 43-year-old New Hartford man has been charged with intentionally setting fire to Mangia Macrina's pizzeria and the former Zebb's restaurant on Seneca Turnpike. more
A section of the $1.7 trillion spending bill passed Friday has been billed as a dramatic step toward shoring up retirement accounts of millions of U.S. workers. more

Nearly a dozen cars were broken into and looted in the Chestnut Hills area of New Hartford sometime late Sunday or early Monday morning, according to the New Hartford Police Department. more
With inflation hitting many people’s grocery bills, finding ways to cut costs is more crucial than ever. more
A Utica man is in custody and underwent a mental health evaluation after he was spotted brandishing a machete in public, and then engaged in a nearly five-hour standoff with law enforcement, according to the Utica Police Department. more
A pet cat was killed in a house fire on McRae Street late Monday night, according to the Rome Fire Department. more
Madeline Acevedo, of Barneveld, was recently recognized with a silver-level leadership milestone through SUNY Oneonta’s LEAD (Leadership Education and Development) program. more
The New Hartford Central School Board of Education commended the accomplishments of several fall sports teams at their regular monthly meeting on Dec. 20. more
Storm-battered Buffalo braced Tuesday for fresh snow while still striving to recover from an epic blizzard that killed at least 34 people. more
The historic 1928 Capitol Theatre at 230 W. Dominick St. is the center of Rome’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative. more
If you attend any government meetings in northern Madison County and surrounding areas, you may see 81-year-old Bruce Burke with his camera and a smile. more
A 25-year-old was charged with a Christmas Eve commercial burglary on Bleecker Street, and charges may be pending for his involvement in a second burglary. more
The Oneida County Board of Legislators voted to approve Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr.’s American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) funding plan.  more
In addition to downtown experiencing a surge of business growth and pedestrian traffic as part of Rome’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative, other projects to further develop the city’s Arts District will continue or come to fruition in 2023. more
A proposal to build a Stewart’s Shops gas station and convenience store in south Utica has become a contentious topic for the Utica Common Council. more
New York Attorney General Letitia James on Monday invited the state’s residents to report any price gouging by stores facing shortages of painkillers and fever reducers for children. more
The Rotary Club of Utica’s “Not So Silent Night” gift auction recently took place. more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., will host a free Medicare Seminar led by American Senior Benefits. more
Flu is decreasing in many parts of the U.S. after an alarmingly early and strong start to the season. more
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