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The Oneida Police Department announced recent arrests. more

A former limousine company manager was sentenced Wednesday to at least five years in prison for his role in a crash that killed 20 people in rural New York. more
In State of the City address Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo touted significant city growth in both the private and public sectors and promised more to come. more

The members of Congress who represent Oneida, Madison, Herkimer and Lewis counties are optimistic. more
The 27th Annual Ride for Missing Children-CNY will take place on Friday, June 2. more
Yulia Levkovich, adjunct professor at Munson, and five of her longtime students recently painted portraits of 21 noteworthy women of Central New York. more
A garage wall was destroyed by fire on Seneca Street in Remsen Tuesday evening, according to the Remsen Fire Department. more
A mother and her two children are all facing charges following an attack on another family member and a police officer in Rome shortly after midnight on Wednesday. more
BusinessBecause reports that the average acceptance rate for the most competitive U.S. business schools is 16%, based on its analysis of data from U.S. News & World Report and other sources. more
The brush fire off O’Brien Road that burned roughly nine acres was caused by a fire pit that got out of control of the new landowners, according to the Forestport Fire Department. more
A Utica woman is charged with felony assault for attacking a man with a glass bottle, requiring him to have several staples at the hospital, according to the Utica Police Department. more
After a contentious three-day trial surrounding the legitimacy of signatures collected to run to represent Utica’s first district, Judge James McClusky in the State Supreme Court has ordered Mirela Pekmez to be taken off the ballot. more
A lively evening of music for piano, organ and winds is planned for Friday, June 2. more
A Utica parolee has been charged with weapons possession following a parole check Tuesday night, according to the Utica Police Department. more
Due to a power outage, Hughes Elementary School, 340 Higby Road, is closed today, Wednesday, May 31, and classes will not be in session. more
A concert featuring Galway fiddler Frankie Gavin and accompanist Catherine McHugh, originally set for Sunday, June 4, has been canceled. more
See recent Oneida County 911 calls in these logs. more
A man was injured in a UTV crash in Martinsburg. more
The Prospect Free Library will host a program on the history of the Leon R. Roberts American Legion Post of Holland Patent at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 10. more
Hamilton College President David Wippman recalled that there were two students from the college serving on the search committee that interviewed him eight years ago. more
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