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The Zonta Club of the Oneida Area welcomed two new members to its chapter. more
Officials with the City of Oneida Water Department is warning residents that they may see some temporary dirty water in a portion of the distribution system beginning the morning of May 25 … 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
The Oneida Parks and Recreations Department held its "Through the Looking Glass" event in collaboration with the Bogardus Performing Arts Center Friday, May 20, 2022 recreating scenes from the beloved story "Alice in Wonderland" such as flamingo croquet. 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
VIENNA — A 15-year-old boy  reported missing after running away from home in Vienna very early Monday morning has been located, according to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office. The teen … more
Local residents came out in force for North Broad Elementary's Husky Hustle 5k Fun Run and Walk on Saturday, May 14 at Verona Beach State Park. The Husky Hustle is a fundraiser for the North Broad Elementary PTO. more
The Oneida Police Department announced the following recent arrests. • Terry A. Wallace, 55, of Oneida, was charged on May 6 with first-degree sexual abuse, a class D felony. • Robert R. Klein, … more
ONEIDA — An unruly feral cat population in the city has long had some residents, and officials, howling for a solution. Shortly after the city government failed to come to a solution for the … 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 — Keeping up the pace and stepping in time, Oneida officials again took to the sidewalks for Operation: Walk Oneida. The initiative saw Mayor Helen Acker, Police Chief John Little, Fire … 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 — The Oneida Police Department announced the following recent arrests. • Scott C. Dryer, 52, of Oneida, was charged on April 25 with second-degree strangulation, third-degree menacing and … more
Oneida High School students recently participated in a mock DWI  program. more
ONEIDA — Children, adults, and whole families came out to the Madison-Oneida Costello Transportation Center on Sunday to get suited up with their own bike, helmet, and bike lock, all for free. The … more
ONEIDA — Holy Cross Academy, Spirit of Hope Catholic Community, and members of the area community are invited to attend or compete in a volleyball match to benefit the people of Ukraine at 6:30 … more
ONEIDA — A full agenda is slated for the Common Council’s regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 3, in the Common Council Chambers at 109 N. Main St. in Oneida. On the agenda: Capital project … more
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