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Two committee meetings for the Rome City School District Board of Education have had their times changed. more

The U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance has selected a social worker with the Camden Life Center and Come to the Table Counseling, to be part of a group of fellows in a new rural leadership program. more
The Utica/Rome Chapter of the League of Women Voters has selected two area students to participate in this year’s Students Inside Albany program. more

The Rome Academy of Sciences will host the presentation “Space-Based Solar Power” at 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 23, in the Rome Historical Society Auditorium, 200 Church St. more
The Madison-Oneida BOCES Art Professional Learning Group (PLG) opened its eighth annual “Art: The Common Thread” teacher-student exhibit Saturday, March 4, at the Kirkland Town Library. more
“A Snowy Day in Oakland,” an urban comedic drama written and directed by Utica native and former Frankfort resident Kim Bass, will open in theaters nationwide beginning March 17. more
Steve Lowell was sworn in as Oneida’s new police chief on Thursday in the Common Council chambers of City Hall. more
No blarney needed — despite the wet snow and cold temperatures, happy leprechauns galore came out to make their way down Genesee Street during Utica's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. more
The City of Rome is accepting applications for 2023 summer employment. Positions include summer park attendants, general seasonal maintenance and laborers, and pool attendants. more
Keaton & Lloyd Bookshop, 238 W. Dominick St., held its Oodles of Noodles event Saturday afternoon. more
Mohawk Valley Community College is a longtime supporter of dual credit course offerings, said Timothy Thomas, MVCC’s assistant vice president for learning and academic affairs. more
With the emergency allotments from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) at an end, local food pantries are expecting to see an influx of people utilizing their services. more
A site plan review and negative declaration on the Site Environmental Quality Review for a proposed auto body shop at 1303-09 Erie Blvd. W. were approved by the city Planning Board. more
The City of Rome and CNY Fair Housing are hosting Fair Housing training sessions for landlords and service providers in recognition of Fair Housing Month. more
The New York State Department of Transportation will host two public information meetings on Tuesday, March 28. more
MVILR is a non-profit organization that offers educational programming for local seniors to help them “learn, live, grow, move, think, socialize and create.” more
The Town of Lewis will have a vacancy in the elected Town Justice position. more
The Oneida County Board of Legislators approved resolutions related to public safety in the county at its recent meeting.   more
Valley View, Utica’s iconic catering venue, is now back in the hands of the city after Daniele’s lease has expired. more
The green center line is painted along Genesee Street for today’s parade. more
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