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Presentations from companies submitting proposals for the Rome school district’s next transportation contract for its main student busing services are the only agenda item for a Board of Education … more
VERONA — Town Councilman Fred “Fritz” Scherz, Jr., has again created the Fred Scherz Sr. Memorial Scholarship for Volunteer Community Service.   The 12th annual scholarship will be in the … more
No one was injured when high winds Monday night blew the metal roof off a house on South James Street in Rome. City fire officials said the high winds managed to get underneath the metal roof … more
UTICA — There were 24 new positive COVID-19 cases reported in Oneida County on Tuesday, continuing the trend of fewer positive cases over the past several weeks. The two-dozen cases brought the … more
A possible marijuana grow operation was discovered on Stanwix Street in Rome Thursday morning following a reported domestic dispute, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Kayla C. Reed, … more
BOONVILLE — Charlie’s Liquors hosted a famous personality Friday for a liquor tasting event as Eric “Senior” Soluri was in town to showcase Full Throttle Spirits, the liquor brand of Full … more
A 24-year-old man is accused of spitting chewing tobacco into a woman’s face during a custody dispute in Rome. Police said Richard A. Zammiello, of Lawrence Street, was involved in a custody … more
A 43-year-old man is charged with harming a young child during a domestic dispute on Laurel Street Friday morning. Police said Jeffrey A. Jock, of Laurel Street, was involved in an argument with his … more
CITY OF ONEIDA — Two men have been charged in connection with drug deal turned armed robbery in Oneida. No one was harmed. Police said Zachary Millson, 22, of Oneida, and Joseph Macri, 21, of … more
Two people have been charged with shoplifting $23.47 in groceries from Tops supermarket in Rome, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Marianna S. Knopka, 18, and Ryan M. Horner, 19, … more
A portion of Erie Boulevard West was shut down Monday morning while National Grid fixed some downed power lines. National Grid officials said a tree hit the wires and knocked them to the ground … more
NEW HARTFORD — The bereavement staff at Hospice & Palliative Care will conduct a series of virtual workshops specific to those dealing with a death during COVID-19. The include: Grief During … more
The Kelberman Center Employment Program offers various opportunities for people to obtain meaningful work experiences. Andrew Lovenguth is one of those participants who has not only taken part in the … more
HERKIMER — Herkimer County Community College has appointed Freddy J. Cicchetti, III, to the role of admissions assistant. In this position, Cicchetti will serve as the College’s New York … more
A 25-year-old man is accused of trashing a Liberty Gardens apartment during a domestic dispute Thursday night, according to local law enforcement officials. Police said Joshua A. Reed, of Rehm Road, … more
SCHENECTADY — Price Chopper/Market 32 and its trade partner Freihofer’s have just completed another successful annual corporate giving program, raising more than $200,000 to benefit three … more
State Senator Rachel May, D- Syracuse, has introduced legislation to expand the state’s Grown and Certified Program to include fiber-based textile manufacturers.  The bill (S.3396) would enable … more
Area high school seniors and current college students can apply for the 2021 New York Conference of Italian-American State Legislators Academic and Athletic Scholarships, according to information … more
VERNON — The Town of Vernon Republican committee is endorsing the following individuals for local and county candidates for the 2021 elections: Town supervisor for 2-year term - Incumbent Randy … more
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