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The Madison County Sheriff's Office announced recent arrests. more

The Remsen Barn Festival of the Arts is seeking members to participate in meetings and the extensive planning that goes into the annual Barn Festival of the Arts. more
Nearly 30 stations featured professionals from the following fields: arts and communication; business and hospitality; government, public safety, education and human services; STEM and information technology; health sciences; and skilled trades. more

The Genesis Group and the Chamber Alliance of the Mohawk Valley hosted the Regional Law Enforcement Forum to have a dialogue about bail reform laws and the shifting public perception of law enforcement. more
The villages of Camden, Clayville, Clinton, Holland Patent, New Hartford, Oneida Castle, Oriskany, Remsen, Sylvan Beach and Waterville all held elections on Tuesday, March 21.   more
Andrea Moroughan, Tom Osborne, and Jeff Nellenback are all seeking reelection to the Lewis County Board of Legislators this November. more
The Pathfinder Village Foundation announces that Linda V.W. Clark, Patricia R. Hanft, and Raymond E. Holohan have been elected to the Board of Trustees. more
Herkimer Central School District senior Isabella Vredenburg was recently recognized for her success in the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ Voice of Democracy audio essay competition. more
Several middle and high school students studying Mandarin Chinese through the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES Distance Learning program’s Interactive Video Courses. more
Officials with the Kelberman Center say Adirondack Bank is helping the  community in a big way. more
A motorcyclist and his passenger were hospitalized with severe injuries after they collided with another vehicle Commercial Drive Tuesday evening. more
The Michelle M. Adey Memorial Fund recently received a grant of $1,000 from the Stewarts Holiday Match Program to help support its mission of helping children in the area. more
See recent Oneida County 911 calls in these logs. more
A 14-year-old girl has been reported missing this week in the City of Rome, according to the Rome Police Department. more
Film Utica, Utica’s first ever fully operational film commission, received its final approval and will operate out of the Stanley Theatre, 259 Genesee St. more
Responding to a need expressed by the Humane Society of Rome, Rome Rotarian Carla Till recently led an effort that resulted in the collection of hundreds of pounds of items. more
Upstate Cerebral Palsy has rebranded to Upstate Caring Partners to better reflect the variety of services offered by the agency for people of all ages and abilities. more
When the blare of the year’s first leaf blower awakened me one morning last week, I realized spring cleanup had commenced -- no matter that March could still roar like a lion. more
A request for a two-lot minor subdivision by Vincent Holdings of Utica of an approximately 1.74-acre parcel at 195 Brooks Road. more
Marguerite Kershaw recently joined the Daily Sentinel staff as obituary coordinator. more
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