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Christmas is for children, but we’re all children at Christmas. At least, I hope so because it’s a very memorable and simple time for most. It’s family, children and/or grandchildren reveling … more
Are you thinking about adding a pet to your family? There are many things to consider before adopting because animals are a lifetime commitment. Do your research to determine whether it’s the right … more
An important New Year’s resolution is to monitor your own weight. Many people gain a few pounds a year, and, as time goes by, that results in obesity. Right now, 60% of Americans are overweight. … more
ALBANY — The state Department of Environmental Conservation has announced the 2022 Catskills Fire Tower Challenge, designed to highlight the world-class tourism destinations and recreational … more
The Kelberman Center recently named its psychology interns, Avery Albert and Connor MacKenzie, both Syracuse University students, and Emily Mullinax, Utica College student, who have been valuable … more
Orchids have a reputation of being difficult plants to grow. That’s not true: you don’t need to turn your home into a tropical rainforest to grow orchids. Among the easiest species are moth … more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., is once again open to the public! Face masks and social distancing are required. Library hours are 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Monday to Thursday; 8:30 a.m. … more
Happy holidays everyone! My name is Opie, and I am a 3-year-old terrier/pit bull mix. I am such a good boy, I am just looking for that forever home — like all of us are at the Humane Society … more
If you are a Spider-Man fan then I have good news for you: the biggest and possibly best Spider-Man movie has just arrived in theaters. “Spider-Man: No Way Home” is the culmination of 20 years of … more
In this, the second school year where the Board of Education welcomes a student member, appointed by Rome Free Academy, to sit with them in public meetings and offer input from the point of view of … more
NEW YORK — There is no mention of holiday or Christmas in lyrics to the song, “White Winter Hymnal.” Or winter, for that matter. There is a reference to snow, turned “red as strawberries … more
UTICA — Utica Mayor Robert M. Palmieri Friday announced the city is working collaboratively with Precision Clinical Laboratory (PCL) to offer testing for COVID-19 (and its variants) at Utica City … more
NEW YORK (AP) — The spiraling coronavirus outbreak numbers in New York state are coming with a new warning of a disturbing rise in pediatric hospitalizations — particularly of unvaccinated … more
As winter cold begins its annual descent on the region, area residents may be tempted to cut back on outdoor activities but getting outside is good for children and adults, even in the wintertime and … more
You’re likely planning to give some extra love to family and friends this time of year. But what about your dog walker or babysitter? If you haven’t already, consider showing appreciation for … more
UTICA - The Utica Police Department is investigating an early Christmas morning fatal accident. Around 2:25 a.m. Saturday, patrol units were dispatched to the area near Court Street and Lincoln … more
NEW YORK — Companies of all sizes are rethinking their plans to send workers back to the office as the new omicron variant adds another layer of uncertainty. Alphabet's Google and the nation's … more
ROTTERDAM JUNCTION (AP) — Pushed up to the breakfast table, Betty Bednarowski folds and refolds her napkin with studied intensity, softly singing “Winter Wonderland” without the words, the same … more
A white Christmas seems to be slowly morphing from a reliable reality to a dream of snowy holidays past for large swaths of the United States in recent decades. An analysis of 40 years of December 25 … more
(AP) — THE BACKGROUND: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo entered 2021 seeing his reputation as a leader in the COVID-19 fight starting to fray. But nearly everyone expected it to be a year of triumph — … more
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