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There are more than 1,000 Oneida County residents currently on probation in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, and the county Probation Department has had to take precautions to keep tabs on … more
WHITESTOWN — The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office responded to a total of 12,284 complaints in 2019, including 291 rapes, 807 domestic calls, 95 assaults, 39 burglaries and three robberies. The … more
A 44-year-old woman has been charged with felony assault after law enforcement officials said she stabbed a man during an argument in the middle of Utica Thursday afternoon. Lt. Bryan Coromato said … more
Mutual aid log To report an emergency: 911 Friday 9:01 a.m. Camden and Camden Ambulance, Miner Avenue, overdose. 12:41 p.m. Oriskany, Route 69, structure. 12:43 p.m. Stanwix Heights and Whitesboro, … more
The Sherrill Police Department would like to remind everyone to watch out for scammers trying to take advantage of you during this coronavirus crisis. The department has released a series of tips and … more
The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans to small businesses suffering economic loss as a result of the coronavirus crisis. SBA officials said they acted … more
Seven new firefighters were sworn into the Rome Fire Department on Thursday, along with two promotions. Due to the coronavirus concerns, the swearing in ceremony was held in the lobby of City Hall … more
When coronavirus restrictions started falling into place and shutting down restaurants, Michelle Shauger said she finally found the perfect way to do something she’d always wanted to do: give back … more
With winter on the way out, the state Department of Environmental Conservation is warning everyone to watch out for bears. Hibernation time is over. “After a relatively mild winter, bears are … more
The National Volunteer Fire Council has temporarily expanded their eligibility to apply for assistance to those suffering a loss of wages as a result of the coronavirus crisis. The NVFC is offering a … more
With so many families quarantined and isolated in their homes during the coronavirus crisis, the YWCA of the Mohawk Valley has seen an increase in calls for service to help with developing issues in … more
During this period of self-isolation from the coronavirus, Oneida County Sheriff Robert M. Maciol and his department have begun using social media as an information resource and to bring some good … more
TOWN OF TRENTON — A domestic dispute on Hulser Road Sunday night has led to a felony robbery charge, according to law enforcement officials. Sheriff’s deputies said Robert Diegnan broke a window … more
The Resource Center for Independent Living in Utica would like to remind all Americans to fill out the 2020 Census. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the Census is still going on to count every U.S. … more
TOWN OF FLOYD — A Rome woman was ticketed and hospitalized after a car fire on Route 49 led to her rear-ending another vehicle Tuesday morning, according to law enforcement officials. Sheriff’s … more
TOWN OF MARCY — One person was hospitalized after a two car crash on Glass Factory Road Monday afternoon, when law enforcers said another driver tried to pass two vehicles while one of them was … more
Two teenagers are in custody after law enforcement officials said they burglarized both the Kekis Mobile gas station early Sunday morning and then the Rome Habib Market, 301 Lawrence St., early this … more
One possible small silver lining of the coronavirus crisis is that telemarketing calls are illegal during a state of emergency declaration, according to the state Division of Consumer Protection. … more
Two thieves in hoodies broke into the Kekis Mobil gas station on West Dominick Street early Sunday morning, according to law enforcement officials. No arrests have been made so far. Police said the … more
One person was killed in a house fire on Utica’s west side Sunday night, according to city fire officials. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. A dog was also killed. Fire officials … more
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