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Cannabis wholesaler Cresco Labs — which bills itself as the “No. 1 U.S. wholesaler of branded cannabis” — broke ground Thursday inside an existing 50,000-square-foot warehouse. more
New York Army National Guard Colonel Dennis Deeley, who grew up in Rome and graduated from Rome High School, was saluted for a 38-year military career. more
Some Oneida County voters will see something new when they go to vote on Election Day. more

Report released by the New York State Inspector General “found no evidence of misconduct or malfeasance on the part of any DOT or DMV employee.” more
Early voting for the Nov. 8 election started Saturday in New York state, and the state attorney general’s office is once again staffing an election protection hotline to help voters. more
Congressional candidate Francis Conole recently responded to a Daily Sentinel Q&A. more
Oneida County Sheriff Robert M. Maciol was recognized by the state Friday morning for his commitment to highway safety and reducing traffic crashes. more
John Zielinski, Republican challenger in the race for the 119th State Assembly district, visited Owl Wire and Cable, Inc. on his campaign trail. more
Early voting for the upcoming general election opens today, Saturday, Oct. 29 and will run until Sunday, Nov. 6.    more
Educators are raising the alarm about increasing behavioral issues exhibited by kindergartners in classrooms with more students than in previous years in the Greater Amsterdam School District. more
Democrat Matt Castelli and Republican Elise Stefanik, candidates in New York’s 21st Congressional District, have answered a Q&A from the Daily Sentinel. more
On Thursday, President Joseph Biden was in Syracuse to speak about the Micron Technology Inc. computer chip fab plant that will be built in Clay. more
The end of the year is breeding season for deer and moose, and state officials want you to be on the lookout for more active animals on area roadways. more
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation announced the start of construction of a new boat launch on the Barge Canal at Cove Road. more
With GOP rival Lee Zeldin having gained momentum, Gov. Kathy Hochul has altered her focus heading into the home stretch of the contest. more
The New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports announced the award of more than $1.3 million in funding to support the expansion of addiction prevention efforts. more
Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo and Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, both Republicans, praised efforts of Republican/Conservative County Clerk candidate Mary Finegan during a special press conference. more
The American Red Cross urges blood donors of all types and those who have never given before to book a time to give blood or platelets. more
While many Republican candidates started this election year attacking Democrats over inflation, New York’s Lee Zeldin had a different focus: crime. more
On the ballot this year is a proposition for the sale of state bonds up to $4.2 billion for clean water, clean air, and green jobs. more
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