Oneida County
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Celebrate Oneida County through seeing, tasting and exploring at the first Taste of Oneida County event Friday, July 1, at Verona Beach State Park. more
Two up-and-coming high school students are looking to bring robotics to the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill High School curriculum. more
Families can apply directly to Sleep in Heavenly Peace for a bed or be referred to the organization by others. more
The May 14 shooting at a Tops grocery store in Buffalo was a reminder to law enforcement that mass shootings can happen anywhere at any time, furthering the need for advanced, realistic … more
In a major expansion of gun rights, the Supreme Court said Thursday that Americans have a right to carry firearms in public. more
The state Department of Environmental Conservation has launched its “I Bird NY” challenges for both fledgling and experienced birders. more
Seasons Cafe is a family-owned and operated Adirondack themed restaurant. more
As a part of their curriculum, Utica University sports management students will learn and gain experience in every aspect of running a professional sports facility, from ticketing to marketing and running tournaments. more
The Rome Police Department formally unveiled its new Street Crimes Unit to the public with a press conference on Tuesday. more
A black bear or two has been spotted locally... more
Three people have been displaced from their home — and city firefighters successfully revived a pet dog — following a fire on Court Street in Utica Saturday morning. more
State and local officials are celebrating the completion of work along Chittning Pond — a 70-acre pond located in the Albert J. Woodford Memorial State Forest, off U.S. Route 20. more
Cynthia Richards, president of the Prospect Cemetery Association, will conduct a walking tour of the cemetery at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 25. more
Two months after a massive fire destroyed its Ridge Mills location, Mazzaferro’s Meats & Deli is planning to open a refurbished satellite store on Railroad Street next week. more
The United States District Court in Utica was packed as 50 individuals from 26 nations around the world were sworn in as new United States citizens. more
After nearly 40 years in law enforcement, New Hartford Police Chief Michael S. Inserra is grateful that he’s held on to his compassion. He’s glad the job never made him cold. more
The safety and welfare of the younger residents of Lee were discussed at Tuesday’s Lee town board meeting as a town resident brought to attention a site on Route 26... more
New York’s average gas price is up 15 cents from last week, averaging $5.03 per gallon across the state. more
Today is Flag Day, which commemorates the adoption of the U.S. flag on June 14, 1777, by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. more
VERONA — Reduced to tears at a banquet on the eve of his big day, Floyd Mayweather Jr. was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame on Sunday, just a tinge of emotion in his voice as … more
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