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What to pack? That was the question I faced recently as my next-younger sister and I prepared for a three-day bus trip to Pennsylvania. more
Let’s get indoors and warm up while we work up a sweat on the ice. How, oh, pray tell? By curling. No, not your hair — I am talking about the sport of curling. more
People came out in droves to welcome in the holiday season at the 2022 Canastota Parade of Lights on Saturday, Nov. 26. more

Fusion Gallery hosts its annual Christmas Open House showcase of local artists from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 26 and Sunday, Nov. 27 at The Photo Shoppe, 8584 Turin Road.  more
If you like tense, character-based thrillers with a healthy dollop of dark comedy, order up a helping of “The Menu” and dig in to a real treat. more
The St. Joseph’s Music Ministry will present its 36th annual Christmas Concert “Unto Us a Child Is Born” on Friday, Dec. 16, at 7 p.m. at the Lee Center church. more
Those at the Fair Trade Shop at Stone Presbyterian Church, 8 S. Park Row, are inviting neighbors to make a holiday tradition out of ornament giving. more
Herkimer Central School District seniors were busy during English class recently with a variety of Thanksgiving activities based on thankfulness and using the library. more
The Madison-Oneida Board of Cooperative Educational Services will host its regular monthly meeting at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 1, in the Administrative Board Room, 4937 Spring Road. more
Christopher Community, Inc. has announced the promotion of Jay Miller to Regional Property Manager. more
The Adirondack Community Chorus, directed by Peg Nuspliger, will present “Sing We Now of Christmas,” a concert to benefit the Lewis County Historical Society. more
A special meeting of the Herkimer County Community College Board of Trustees will take place at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 30. more
Celebrating 25 years of supporting women in the Mohawk Valley, members of The Women’s Fund of Herkimer and Oneida counties. more
State lawmakers have signed onto a letter to Gov. Kathy Hochul, asking for the expansion of the Nurses for Our Future scholarship program to address the shortage of nurses in New York State. more
Whether it was Rome's Downtown Arts District or the quaint business district in the middle of the Village of Clinton, streets were bustling with those shopping small on Saturday. more
Bright Nights at the Utica Zoo is canceled for Sunday. more
Local area health and wellness facility O.B. Training and Sports Performance and its members collected and donated 742 pounds of non-perishable food items in the month of November. more
A Utica man found with tablets that tested positive for fentanyl and other drugs at his Albany Street store was indicted by a county grand jury on drug possession charges. more
Following a recent audit that found at least $11 billion in improper unemployment payments were distributed during the COVID-19 pandemic, lawmakers are calling for an investigation of the failure. more
The Rescue Mission of Utica is sending a call out to all parents and guardians who are seeking help for their children ages 10 and younger for the holiday season. more
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