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Just as many retail merchandise companies have beefed up their online presence while scaling back on bricks and mortar stores, many banks have closed branches. more
Warning of larger class sizes and possible program cuts, officials have called for additional state funding to address growing deficits at state colleges and universities . more
A cool Saturday morning wind whipped around Mark Wilson as he leaned over the side of his boat and reeled in a water clarity-testing tool from the middle of Lake Placid. more

In the wake of a federal court decision to strike down several parts of New York’s Concealed Carry Improvement Act, political leaders came out in favor of the decision. more
New York State Assemblyman Robert Smullen, R-118, Meco, announced his recent victory in a civil lawsuit filed against a man charged with breaking into Smullen’s home. more
The Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES was recognized with nine awards in the recent New York School Public Relations Association’s 2022 annual communications awards. more
Both candidates in New York State’s 119th Assembly District, Democrat incumbent Marianne Buttenschon and Republican challenger John Zielinski, have agreed to an hour-long debate. more
Following the devastation of Hurricane Ian in Florida, AAA is warning customers of the aftermath danger of flood-damaged motor vehicles flooding the market. more
Here's a look at what is open and closed on Monday, Oct. 10. more
U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) made a stop in Utica on her tour across New York state to speak about the $1 billion in federal funding. more
“Laurentian for Life” Lisa Mazzola Cania was honored recently with the rededication of the Alumni Council Campus Room. more
Gorgeous peak fall colors are expected in the Adirondacks this weekend, with beautiful near-peak leaves to be found throughout most of the Catskills. more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, has hailed Health Care Bonus Program funding, which is now being received by local first responders. more
The U.S. Department of Education recently approved the State Education Department’s plan to restart the federally required accountability system for the 2022-23 school year. more
Bomb squads, K9s and police tactical teams descended on the New York State Preparedness Training Center in Oriskany this week for the annual Excelsior Challenge. more
Fenimore Art Museum has presented a new exhibition, “Jonathan Kirk – Abstract Sculpture: Fables, Foibles, and other Machinations,” on view now through Dec. 31.  more
New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli has announced his endorsement of Francis Conole in New York’s 22nd Congressional District. more
Hemlock trees across a large swath of upstate New York — including Lewis, Oneida, Oswego, Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties – are threatened by an invasive insect. more
Oneida Indian Nation Representative Ray Halbritter released a statement supporting Gov. Kathy Hochul’s New York Appellate Division’s Fourth Judicial Department pick. more
Local farmers and legislators are expressing their dissatisfaction over the New York Department of Labor’s decision to adopt a proposal to reduce the farm worker overtime threshold. more
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