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Some people are unhappy for many different reasons. Of course, everybody has their own personal problems. There are some things people could do that just might make their life’s happier. When some … more
The Community Action Partnership’s Early Head Start program is kicking off the month of April by recognizing the national “Week of the Young Child” with events and activities in Madison County. … more
It seems there are some people who would rather blame an inanimate object, a gun, than do something about the real cause of mass shootings. First, the definition of mass shooting was changed to fit … more
There are few issues more pressing in American life than the cost of raising children and at the same time there are few issues that receive so little attention.   According to Business Insider, … more
It’s a problem, but in the grand scheme of things, its a nice problem to have. Fueled by increased growth — both business and residential — a pair of area thoroughfares, Kellogg Road in New … more
Seeking a new name to reflect both its 104-year-old legacy and a vision for a dynamic and vibrant future, the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute has a new name befitting its bold plans and … more
For the past week I have really enjoyed the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s annual “March Madness” Page 18 of Daily Sentinel’s March 14 edition has lived on the coffee table ready … more
II’m a retired electrical engineer. Here are my thoughts on the natural gas debacle in New York. The state legislature and governor’s plans to ban natural gas and fuel oil heating and replace it … more
So far, there have been 129 mass shootings in 2023 — before we are even through the first three months. Monday there was another in a school, this time with three children and three adults killed. more
It’s no surprise to those who enjoy the extraordinarily rich and diverse local arts and cultural scene that the region has more than its fair share of talented artists. more
I welcomed the Daily Sentinel’s article on March 16, regarding the American Rescue Plan Act Funds allocated to the City of Utica. more
I want to take this moment to thank the Denti Elementary School drama cast and all the individuals who helped bring the amazing performances of Disney’s “High School Musical” to the stage. more
I was sad to read of the passing of Anthony D. Lanzi, who taught for the Rome School District for 40 years at Dewitt Clinton and Staley Upper Elementary Schools. more
For farmers, this is a very expensive time of the year, and it is definitely not for the faint of heart. more
The annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade was held in downtown Utica on Saturday, March 11. more
New York ranks No. 1 in the nation for childhood lead exposures and poisonings. more
Help can’t wait when emergencies strike — whether it’s for the family huddled on the street after a home fire or the patient needing a blood transfusion. more
When Constantinople finally fell to the Ottomans on Tuesday, May 29, 1453, the Byzantine Empire and its capital had up to that point survived for 1,000 years beyond the fall of the Western Empire. more
Veterans who have never been formally recognized will finally be given “A Welcome Home” in person. more
I have operated restaurants in Utica, Syracuse, Rochester and Buffalo for over 50 years. At Zebb’s, for example, in 2006 the 1/3 lb burger was $4.99 and the minimum wage was $6.50. In 2021, 15 … more
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