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Last week, the United States District Court in Utica welcomed 50 individuals from 27 nations as they were sworn in as American citizens. Judge David N. Hurd presided over the naturalization ceremony. more
Inflation and the end of emergency pandemic allotments from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) are taking a bite out of many area residents food budgets. more
President Joe Biden has released his new budget. Among his many priorities, a huge one is making the tax code fairer for everyday Americans. more
We join the New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, the Central New York Developmental Disabilities Services Office and the area’s many providers of programs and services … more
Members of the Zonta Club of Rome gathered on Wednesday at Rome Free Academy to present guidance counselor Maureen Nash with the club’s Zonta Rose Day Award, its highest annual honor, for Nash’s … more
I’m hoping you are as concerned as I am about the recent train derailment in a small town on the Ohio/Pennsylvania border. Are toxic chemicals on trains passing daily through Syracuse, Utica, … more
You know it is funny. No, it’s not funny at all — it’s pathetic. Here we go about spending money that the state and local governments don’t have to ‘make things beautiful.” We spend … more
No matter the color of your skin, your gender, or the logo on your hat, one of the most common regrets people have when they are on their deathbed is that they worked too much. more
The bags were flying last Saturday — as dozens of cornhole enthusiasts took aim during a local tournament at the newly renamed Utica University Nexus Center in downtown Utica. A host of youngsters, … more
Fall usually cools down leading into winter, shorter days, cold and snow. Mid-January brings a bit of a thaw then back cold and snow till March starts thawing for maple season, mud season and April … more
There is currently a proposal working through the state legislature called the Healthy School Meals for All Program. This program would provide free meals for all students in New York State Public … more
We demand a great deal of our police officers — who face a variety of dangers daily in efforts to protect and serve ourcommunity. We ask our officers to do far more than respond to any number of … more
On Monday, the Utica University board of trustees announced its selection of Todd Pfannestiel as the University’s next president. more
Just over a month ago, we wished William K. “Bill” Guglielmo well on a well deserved retirement. It is with deep sadness that we join with those who today mourn his passing. more
The Oneida community remains in mourning, following the sudden and tragic death of Dale McCormick. more
A year ago tomorrow, on Feb. 24, 2022, Russian tanks and soldiers accompanied by a massive aerial assault began its invasion of Ukraine. According to most recent figures from the United Nation’s … more
Agriculture is an essential part of our daily lives — from the food on our tables to the clothes on our backs. more
Rome Health will receive $26 million in funding from the New York State Department of Health’s Statewide Health Care Facility Transformation Program. more
There is a volunteer army in Rome that is changing people’s lives. The mission of the Salvation Army is to encourage those volunteers and support them. more
New York State Senate District 53 includes all of Oneida County centered around Utica with its international flavor, all of Madison County with its natural resources and heritage; plus parts of rural … more
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