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When it comes to apples, everyone has a favorite and when fall arrives in Central New York, residents are ready to head to farmers markets and farm stores to purchase them. more
Trips to Fort Stanwix National Monument have been a treat for Sonya Conners of Herkimer since she was a child. more
Ten store clerks in Oneida and Herkimer counties have been charged with selling nicotine vaping supplies to minors, as part of Operation Vaporizer. more
The American Legion in Oneida County will welcome home native son David R. Riley Sr. on Sunday, Oct. 2, when he makes an official visit. more
Applications are being accepted through Monday, Oct. 3 for the Young Entrepreneurs Academy program at MVCC, which is starting its 11th year of transforming middle and high school … more
Local and national politicians are voicing their opposition to a recommendation from the New York Farm Laborers Wage Board that proposes reducing the farm worker overtime threshold. more
Sitrin Health Care Center will bring back its annual Stars & Stripes Run-Walk for the nation’s heroes on Sunday, Oct. 2 at SUNY Polytechnic Institute. more
The Utica man shot and killed by Utica police officers on Neilson Street Monday evening advanced towards an officer with a knife. more
Following recent authorization by the Food and Drug Administration, the Oneida County Health Department is offering the Bivalent COVID-19 boosters at both Rome and Utica clinics. more
Sangertown Square has announced the opening of Stella Salon. more
Upstate Cerebral Palsy will host its annual National Down Syndrome Society Buddy Walk presented by Adirondack Bank on Sunday, Sept. 18. more
Oneida County launched its “Share the Road” farm safety initiative Monday, Sept. 12, in which the county will post about 100 signs on roads in order to bring awareness to collisions. more
The last day for the 2022 season of Household Hazardous Waste collection at the Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority’s EcoDrop Utica will be Friday, Sept. 30. more
Oneida County Sheriff candidate Jim Scarchilli said it is “unacceptable” that the Sheriff’s Office Road Patrol union voted “no confidence” in Sheriff Robert Maciol. more
The administration of the New Hartford Central School District wants stakeholder input on the creation of the district’s first-ever five-year strategic plan. more
A man with deep ties to the Rome community has published his first book, which aims to teach children to follow the teachings of God and to treat others with respect, kindness and love.  more
A former tax preparer from Utica has been charged in Federal Court with lying on her own taxes and helping clients file false income tax returns. more
Tri-County Medical, PC, includes three locations: Rome, Little Falls and Herkimer. more
School is in full swing and the Upstate New York Poison Center reminds parents and caregivers to talk with children about potential poisons at school. more
A 61-year-old man was shot and killed by a Utica police officer during an incident in Utica's Cornhill district. more
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