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Power outage at Hugh R. Jones Elementary School reported. more
In the summer of 2016, Lisa Abel of Whitesboro knew something was not quite right. more
Micron, one of the world's largest microchip manufacturers, is expected to open a semiconductor plant in New York, promising an investment of up to $100 billion and a plant that could bring 50,000 jobs to the state. more
The Utica National Insurance Group, Integrated Community Alternatives Network (ICAN), Oneida-Herkimer-Madison (OHM) BOCES and Westmoreland Central School District are presenting an educational program for area ninth grade students called, “Overcoming Obstacles: A Message of Connection, Resilience and Hope.” more
State American Legion Commander David R. Riley Sr., of Rome, has identified veteran suicide prevention as the No. 1 number one priority for the American Legion across New York. more
A 2,554-pound pumpkin grown in upstate New York has set a new U.S. record for the heaviest. more
Utica’s Hermin Garic participated in his first major marathon on the international stage Sunday. more
U.S. Congresswoman Claudia Tenney has formally endorsed challenger Jim Scarchilli for Oneida County Sheriff. more
Shoppers unite! Craft fair season is upon us once again, which means live music, apple cider donuts, and lavish handmade items we simply can’t resist. It’s that time of the year. more
View, the center for arts and culture at 3273 Route 28, is bringing back Ladies Night with a Halloween theme from 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5 with Witchy Women Wednesday. more
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has announced that it has renewed its funding for Bassett Healthcare Network’s Northeast Center for Occupational Health. more
On Saturday, people came from all over the area to celebrate the coming of fall and enjoy the cool autumn weather at the second annual Oneida Fall Fest. more
About 30 Mohawk residential school survivors and their families marched across the Cornwall bridge to Canada last Saturday. more
The Adirondacks are known for its breathtaking fall views which typically arrive when the crowds from the summer begin to thin out and cooler temperatures arrive. more
Medical deserts could soon expand in upstate New York as dozens of hospitals face budget deficits linked to declining patient revenues and skyrocketing labor costs, a new survey found. more
SUNY Potsdam has been notified that its accreditation “may be in jeopardy.” Accreditation is an evaluation process that certain colleges and universities undergo every 10 years. more
At the direction of Gov. Kathy Hochul, the New York Army National Guard deployed two CH-47F Chinook heavy lift helicopters, and 11 soldiers from the Frederick Douglas Greater Rochester … more
With Hurricane Ian making landfall in Florida, AAA Travel has issued some tips for those with travel plans in or near an impacted area. more
American Legion officials and families across Oneida County will welcome native son David R. Riley Sr. and other state legion officials on Sunday, Oct. 2. more
Lincoln Davies Building Supply, 8689 Summit Road, will celebrate 150 years in business with a “Birthday Weekend” Friday, Sept. 30, to Sunday, Oct. 2. more
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