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The Make a Difference Day Committee and the Oneida Area Council of Churches are reminding people they can have an impact on society and the world, even by doing small actions. more
The Oneida Public Library will present its first-ever Pumpkin Glow event on Thursday, Oct. 27. more
A black SUV is wanted by law enforcement following a hit and run crash in the City of Oneida from Tuesday morning. more
The Oneida American Legion Post 169 will host its 5th annual Veterans Career Fair on Thursday, Oct. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. more
Three beds complete with mattresses, hand-built frames, and bedding were recently donated and delivered to three children in Oneida as part of the efforts of Sleep in Heavenly Peace. more
Arrests from September 23 to September 27. more
A Public Hearing before the Planning Commission Zoning Board of Appeals of the City of Oneida will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 6 p.m. more
On Saturday, people came from all over the area to celebrate the coming of fall and enjoy the cool autumn weather at the second annual Oneida Fall Fest. more
With today’s constant advancements in technology, not every family is financially able to keep up by purchasing the latest computer electronics and subscribing to broadband internet access. more
Four people have been charged with drug possession following a traffic stop in Oneida on Monday. more
Arrests from September 15 to September 20. more
Oneida officials received some stern words about the lack of support for the feral cat program from a former councilor and a number of homeowners. more
A voice mail threat received by the North Broad Elementary School in Oneida early Wednesday morning was deemed not credible. more
Oneida Public Library will host program sessions designed to spark conversation about European American expansion into Indian lands in New England and Upstate New York. more
Agenda includes discussion of capital projects and a code inspection fee schedule. more
If you worked at Oneida Limited, the Oneida Community Mansion House wants to know your story. more
Arrests from Sept. 8 to Sept. 14. more
Jessica’s Heroes 5K Run and Walk to benefit those in the community fighting cancer is just around the corner. more
Registration is now being taken for the Tri-Valley YMCA’s Sensory Swim program, featuring accessible and integrated swim lessons and basic water safety and swimming skills for adults. more
A Madison County man is facing 34 counts of weapons possession after he stole a motor vehicle and threatened to shoot another person. more
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