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The Lee Town Board met on Tuesday for a quick meeting where a few updates were given, and the Highway Department made a clarification.  more
CRC Raceway & Hobby on Martin Street in Rome was damaged by a fire Wednesday night and is temporarily closed, according to the Rome Fire Department. more

A 34-year-old man is facing multiple charges after threatening employees at the Air Force Research Lab early Wednesday morning ... more
Naturally Lewis has been selected as a recipient of $15,000 from National Grid’s Small Business Technical Assistance Program as part of National Grid’s “Project C” Initiative ... more
The 29th Annual NYS ReLeaf Conference will take place in Watertown with emphasis on helping professionals understand how trees play a role in managing the environment ... more
Assemblyman Robert Smullen, R-118, Meco, has announced he has secured $25,000 in grants for the Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton-Otsego BOCES program. more
Regional elected officials banded together at a Wednesday news conference to weigh in on recently passed gun legislation, which lawmakers say alters training procedures ... more
An investigator with the New York State Police is currently on administrative leave following a drunken driving charge in May ... more
Vernon Downs Casino Hotel President and CEO Jeff Gural has been nominated by President Joe Biden to serve as his administration’s chair of the Public Buildings Reform Board. more
The Rome City School District Board of Education has continued a tradition where at its annual reorganization meeting each member “adopts” one of the now nine district schools for the school year. more
Members of Rome Art Association are excited for the upcoming 63rd annual Membership Exhibition at Cinema Capitol Gallery .... more
Two teenagers are facing multiple charges following a brief vehicle and foot pursuit in Utica late Monday night, according to the Utica Police Department. more
A man was shot in the knee in Utica Tuesday night and the incident remains under investigation, according to the Utica Police Department. more
The board of the Hudson River-Black River Regulating District has announced that a project to restore the 107-year-old Hawkinsville Dam, bringing it into compliance with modern dam safety … more
As officials say conditions at the New Forest Cemetery, 2001 Oneida St., continue to deteriorate, state lawmakers and community leaders are advocating for funding and assistance. more
The state Department of Transportation advises motorists heading into or out of the Griffiss Business and Technology Park that the Route 825 bridge over Route 365 near Rome Free Academy and the … more
As newly elected school board members take their oath of office this month, the New York State School Boards Association is providing an analysis of the results of the board … more
New York is spending $52 million to expand access to crisis call centers amid skyrocketing demand for suicide-prevention and mental-health emergency phone counseling during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
When he became a state corrections officer six years ago, Joshua Banks said he looked forward to putting on his uniform and reporting to duty. more
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