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Projects are competing for a chunk of the $10 million in DRI funding provided by the state, which has the ultimate say in what projects can move forward. more
OneGroup employees showed up with paint brushes in hand this week at the Oneida Health Extended Care and Rehabilitation Center (ECF), ready to get to work bringing two gazebos some new life. … more
New York Army National Guard soldiers in the 2nd Battalion, 108th Infantry received hugs and emotional good-byes on Tuesday before their deployment to the Horn of Africa. more
Mohawk Valley Health System launched a new logo and updated brand to better reflect their values and mission for the future of local healthcare. more
Bella Vita Cafe’s bakery addition is bringing fresh-baked bread and treats to Oneida. more
The Oneida Community Mansion House (OCMH) welcomed guests for the first time to its first classic car show on Saturday at 170 Kenwood Ave., just outside of Sherrill. OCMH Director of … more
On Saturday, May 21, Harry Wilson, a Republican candidate for Governor of New York, appeared at a Meet and Greet event at HIPstir Café in Oneida. Among those who met with Wilson was … more
Madison County supervisors brought updates from the county to the Oneida Common Council at Tuesday’s meeting, and the council is looking to create a city administrator/manager position. … more
The tables were packed at the Kallet Civic Center for the second public comment meeting regarding Oneida's Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI). Residents and other interested parties … more
ONEIDA — The process of finding, developing, and selecting projects to be considered for Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) funding is a long and arduous one, according to local officials. … more
Oneida Police Officer Nicholas Weber was sworn into service Monday morning in the City of Oneida.. more
Oneida residents and officials recently honored those lost with the planting of the Memorial Flag Garden.  more
ONEIDA — The Oneida City Council is primed to declare the old Madison House, 140 Madison St., a public nuisance and has scheduled a public hearing for June 7, prior to the scheduled council meeting … more
ONEIDA — City officials took Oneida in stride on Wednesday morning to kick off Operation: Walk Oneida, a new initiative to connect with the community. Members of the Walk Oneida Team include Mayor … more
ONEIDA — To help reach out to residents, Mayor Helen Acker and Oneida department heads will be walking the streets for “Operation: Walk Oneida.” The mayor introduced this new initiative at … more
ONEIDA — With warm weather and spring finally here, Jessica’s Heroes kicked off their fundraising efforts to help cancer patients with an Adult Easter Egg Hunt. “We completely sold out,” … more
UTICA — The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce hosted its 125th Annual Meeting for their members on Tuesday, April 5, at the Delta Hotel by Marriott in Utica. Guests enjoyed food and beverage, music … more
ONEIDA — Local residents got a chance to meet and speak with committee members of the Oneida Downtown Revitalization and voice their thoughts at Wednesday’s meeting. And chief among residents’ … more
WHITESTOWN — A new, portable drug detection device will be used at the Oneida County Jail to test within seconds for narcotics coming in through inmate mail. Sheriff Robert M. Maciol and other … more
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