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A domestic dispute with a young child present at Park Drive Manor II has led to charges against a 21-year-old woman. more
A 20-year-old man is accused of throwing a cinder block in a woman’s face in Rome. more
Reenactment groups and event organizers are concerned events commemorating historic Revolutionary War-era and Civil War battles will no longer continue due to a new state gun law. But that's not the case. more
Jervis Public Library will host local author Vincent Palmieri to talk about his first book, “Ruthie Deeply,” at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 21 in the library’s accessible auditorium. more
After a 1-year-old child fell out of a window on East Dominick Street in late May, both parents have been charged with endangerment. more
Trips to Fort Stanwix National Monument have been a treat for Sonya Conners of Herkimer since she was a child. more
A site environmental quality review and site plan review were unanimously approved for Mazzaferro Bros., Inc. to build a new 7,225 square-foot deli to replace the building that burned. more
Banned books are some of the most popular at Jervis Public Library. more
Ten store clerks in Oneida and Herkimer counties have been charged with selling nicotine vaping supplies to minors, as part of Operation Vaporizer. more
The American Legion in Oneida County will welcome home native son David R. Riley Sr. on Sunday, Oct. 2, when he makes an official visit. more
Following recent authorization by the Food and Drug Administration, the Oneida County Health Department is offering the Bivalent COVID-19 boosters at both Rome and Utica clinics. more
The intersection at Dewey Road and Lawrence Street will be closed to traffic beginning at 7 a.m. Monday, Sept. 26. more
ROME The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Central New York, presented by Upstate Cancer Center, is inviting the community to join the movement to honor and remember loved ones and fight back … more
“Autumn is the favorite season of many people because it’s just so cozy,” said Julie Whittemore, owner of Keaton & Lloyd Book Shop. more
The athletic track at the New York State School for the Deaf, 401 Turin St., — popular with exercise-minded community members for running and walking — is about to get a facelift. more
A man with deep ties to the Rome community has published his first book, which aims to teach children to follow the teachings of God and to treat others with respect, kindness and love.  more
Turin Road Treasures received a First Dollar of Profit Award from the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce during a recent ribbon-cutting ceremony. more
All Republican County Chairs within the 5th Judicial District, consisting of Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Oneida, Onondaga and Oswego counties, have announced the Republican slate of candidates. more
The Project Fibonacci Foundation, Inc. has teamed with local non-profits for a night of fun, raffles, music, an auction, food and more at Copper City Brewing Company. more
Legislation calling to amend the 2022 city budget for unanticipated cost increases in fuel costs as well as liability insurance, the Woodhaven property foreclosure and the cost of air … more
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