Points of Pride
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SUNY Polytechnic Institute has shown again that it is in the vanguard when it comes to higher education. Its online Family Nurse Practitioner MSN (master’s of science degree in nursing) Program has … more
Yesterday, Rome welcomed an important new addition to our community: The new Women Veteran Clinic at the VA’s Donald J. Mitchell Rome Community Based Outpatient Clinic, 125 Brookley Road, at … more
Congratulations to the award winners saluted as the Rome Community Foundation hosted its Community Celebration last week at the Capitol Arts Complex to mark the foundation’s 20th anniversary. Kelly … more
Winter’s coming, and it will soon be time to dive into the closet and dig out those cold weather coats, gloves and scarves that we all cherish. Many of us are lucky enough to have a full seasonal … more
Our region is known far and wide for many things — from its rich Revolutionary War history to the unique culinary specialties you can’t get anywhere else in the country — but not the least of … more
It’s officially autumn, which means it’s time for another exciting and entertaining season at Rome Community Theater, 8911 Turin Road. RCT is staging “Guys and Dolls” Friday-Saturday, Oct. … more
REMSEN — The fourth full weekend in September has come and gone but memories of this year’s Remsen Barn Festival of the Arts will certainly linger. Thousands visited Remsen to enjoy the Welsh … more
Worthy institutions like Mohawk Valley Community College depend heavily on the generosity of their supporters, alumni and friends. Last week, MVCC held a ceremony to rename the Information Technology … more
It’s always pleasant to show off something you’re proud of. And that’s what the Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority did recently when it hosted county officials from across the state at its … more
Members of Henry P. Smith Post, American Legion Auxiliary, can proudly note that one of their own has achieved an important post in their national organization. Mary Anne Casadei of Rome, life member … more
The United Way can look forward to a bright future. There’s several reasons. First, the United Way of the Valley and Greater Utica Area’s Board of Directors has approved its 2019-2020 funding … more
Although it is still only in its infancy, congratulations to all of those involved in the development and construction of a $12 million center for collaborative research into the next generations of … more
UTICA — It will be sometime this fall the latest stars at the Utica Zoo will make their debut but it should be quite a party. The Utica Zoo has welcomed a pair of newborn red panda cubs. The cubs … more
VERNON — Students never have enough supplies, and the Community Bank N.A. branch in Vernon not only recognizes this problem but is taking action again to remedy the situation. The bank invites the … more
A tip of our baseball cap goes to Smith Post, which had a fine season, earning a trip to the American Legionstate baseball tournament. Despite the eventual loss to Hamburg Post, the Smith Post … more
BOONVILLE — It was another great year for the Boonville-Oneida County Fair. The rides, competitions, agricultural and animal displays, tractor pulls, and this year’s first-ever 4-H Art and Bucket … more
Once again the World Series of Bocce has shown its class, skills and pizzazz by offering locals and visitors a terrific opportunity to compete in one of the world’s oldest games. The 46th World … more
CONSTABLEVILLE — The landmark mansion known as Constable Hall is celebrating a special anniversary this year, highlighted by events this past weekend marking the passing of 200 years since the … more
We’re always on the lookout to promote activities that help some of our favorite institutions, particularly our local libraries. On the Daily Sentinel’s Entertainment page last week we spotted … more
Congratulations to Gansevoort Elementary School fourth-grader Myiah Fowler, who got to tastefully eat her words recently in a fun and delicious way — courtesy of the local business Dippin’ … more
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