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Advance tickets for the 2022 Central New York Parade of Homes, which will be held from Oct. 13 to 23, are on sale now. more
On Oct. 21, 1835, 600 black and white abolitionists met in Utica to form an antislavery society. more
The 58th Annual Madison County Craft Festival drew large crowds and local crafters and artisans were more than happy to talk with them and offer their goods. more
Hummel’s Office Plus has announced plans to close its retail store at 322 E. Chestnut St. in Rome effective Dec. 31. more
A spike in milk prices paid to farmers in the past year — after years of depressed payments — is allowing them to pay off debt from the lean times, and catch up on deferred maintenance and purchases. more
Some 600 paddlers have embarked on a race of 90 miles over three days through the heart of the Adirondacks. more
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield recently awarded St. Margaret’s Corporation of Utica a Community Health Award of $1,725 to support transportation services for guests at Emmaus House. more
A Little Falls man has been charged in a 50-year-old cold case in which he shot and killed a law enforcement officer in the state of Maryland. more
After delays, construction and site preparation for the downtown Utica parking garage for the Wynn Hospital has begun.  more
The print version of the High School Football 2022 special section originally scheduled to be included in the Friday, Sept. 9 edition of the Daily Sentinel will now be available Tuesday. more
The Oriskany Cemetery Association has received a grant of more than $72,000 from the New York State Division of Cemeteries to repair or remove monuments that are dilapidated or in disrepair … more
At a news conference at DiNitto Farms, on Benton Road, state Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, as well as some local farmers urged state Department of Labor … more
During Sickle Cell Awareness Month in September, the American Red Cross emphasizes the importance of a diverse blood supply to help meet the needs of those with sickle cell disease – the most … more
The average gas price in New York is down 12 cents from last week, averaging $4 per gallon, according to a report Tuesday by AAA.  more
With a 130-megawatt solar facility planned in the region, state Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-47, Rome, and Assemblyman Robert Smullen, R-118, Meco, expressed concerns with a new state law. more
Kirkland Democrats will hold a meet-the-candidates event called “Gathering on the Green." more
The New York Power Authority and New York State Canal Corporation recently unveiled the latest installation in the state’s iconic lighting program, celebrating the historic Erie Canal. more
Julie Garrett is a supervising examiner for the Monroe County Department of Human Services and manages a staff of twelve people who determine initial and ongoing eligibility for SNAP and Medicaid. more
As people prepared for the Ring of Fire on Sunday, an annual summer send off on Great Sacandaga Lake, officials and business owners say this season was much like any other. more
The New York State Law Enforcement Officers Union, Council 82 has endorsed Congresswoman Elise Stefanik for reelection. more
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