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Two former Sherrill residents were sentenced in U.S. District Court for their involvement in a scheme that defrauded hundreds of thousands of dollars from friends and local residents in a securities … more
Madison County’s unemployment rate in November was 3.7 percent, unchanged from a year earlier, the state Labor Department reported Tuesday. The county’s labor force stood at 32,800 in November, … more
CANASTOTA — The village of Canastota has a number of projects coming down the pipeline, from the Erie Canal Waterfront Revitalization Program to ultraviolet disinfection at the wastewater treatment … more
VERONA — Athletic program special activities, state education aid proposals, and report-card grading were addressed at the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill (VVS) school district Board of Education meeting … more
SHERRILL — The city of Sherrill has announced the winners of its 2019 Holiday Light Contest. The winners, who demonstrated their holiday spirit, include the following: Jamie and Patti Artessa,528 … more
WAMPSVILLE — Madison County Clerk Michael Keville laid out his concerns over new the new Green Light law — on both its implementation and its ramifications. The new state law makes it so that a … more
ONEIDA — The Oneida Community Mansion House invites the public to an afternoon of music with the Chuck Lamb Quartet featuring Ria Curley on Sunday, Jan. 12, 2020 at 3 p.m. Chuck Lamb has been the … more
CANASTOTA — From crashing in the jungles of Vietnam to his work with WAVEM, Doug Ginney shared his life’s story at the Canastota Public Library. President of the Madison County War Veterans … more
PAUL SMITHS —Two local students have been named to the dean’s list at Paul Smith’s College for the fall 2019 semester.  They are: Steven VanHoeven, of Taberg, natural resources conservation … more
BARRIGER — Harold E.Barriger Sr., 90, of Vernon Center, on Dec. 17, 2019. Services noon Monday at Fiore Funeral Home, 303 Main St., Oneida. Calling hours 10 a.m.-noon Monday. Burial … more
ITHACA (AP) — Ithaca police say a person was shot dead in the lobby of police headquarters after an officer was attacked early Saturday. The attacker was armed with a large knife, the Ithaca Police … more
HAMILTON — Rhcycled Consignments is open for business and has everything on sale from clothes and books to housewares and home decor. Located at the old train depot and former home of Ray’s … more
ONEIDA — The city of Oneida was awarded $7 million from the state of New York for its Waste Water Treatment Improvement Project. This past spring, the city of Oneida applied for three grants — … more
ONEIDA — The Oneida city council passed an $85,000 change order Tuesday on the West Elm Street Infrastructure Project after an issue with three culverts in early December. The project went out to … more
Oneida County will soon own the landmark Utica tower along the Erie Canal. The Board of Legislators on Wednesday approved a plan by County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. to take title to and … more
A new study from AAA has revealed that drivers who are experienced with newer advanced driver assistance technology in their vehicles are more likely to become distracted behind the wheel. Drivers … more
VERONA — Fritz’s Polka Band from Verona, along with special guests, Rocko Dorsey and Rick Szczyt, performed in November in the Grand Ballroom of the Marriott Downtown at Key Center in Cleveland, … more
ONEIDA — The following is a calendar of events for the Oneida Public Library from Wednesday, Jan. 1 to Sunday, Feb. 1. Closed The Oneida Public Library will be closed Wednesday, Jan. 1 to celebrate … more
The nonfarm job count in the Utica-Rome metropolitan area decreased 300, or 0.2 percent, to 129,400 for the 12 months ending in November, the state Labor Department reported Thursday. Private sector … more
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