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A Johnnie Ray song came on the radio the other day. Johnnie Ray songs never come on the radio. more
It’s seeing all of the children enjoying the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade that truly makes it a special time, said event co-organizer David Wood. more
Randal Bays wants to keep traditional Irish music alive and heard by new generations. more
Peter Parker is still Spider-Man. Clark Kent is still Superman. But the Ravenswood comic book shop in New Hartford looks a little different these days. more
From the eclectic decor to the overall welcoming atmosphere, Tramontane Cafe provides their customers with more than what a typical coffeehouse does. more
John Taibi, a local author, was the guest speaker at the Mohican Model A Ford Club’s recent gathering on Saturday, Feb. 11, at the Franklin Hotel. more
Woodland Farm Brewery owner/brewer Keith Redhead says renovating the historic Hulbert House taproom in Boonville was the business’ major accomplishment of 2022. more
“Honest customer service” was the top priority of Olde Kountry Market during 2022, and now that dedication to service continues moving into 2023. more
New Hartford is seeing an influx of new and expanding businesses, marking a promising start to 2023. more
Herkimer College will host “Harriet Tells It Like It Is” at 1:30 p.m. Monday, March 6, in the Robert McLaughlin College Center, Room 288, 100 Reservoir Road. more
These local pets are looking for a new home. more
The Copper City Community Connection, prepares 4C’s dinner on the go every last Tuesday of the month. more
The Mohican Model A Ford Club Officers and Board of Directors for 2023 meet monthly at St. Paul's Methodist Church in Oneida. more
Woods Valley, 9100 Route 46, will celebrate its 60th anniversary next winter, in 2023-2024, with a slew of exciting improvements and changes. more
The Hamilton College Department of Music presents concerts by the Hamilton College Orchestra and Hamilton College Choir on Sunday, March 5. more
The title “Cocaine Bear” conjures up a wild, raucous time at the theater with a surely off-the-wall beast on the big screen. more
March 1 marks Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Independence Day, a day that recognizes the country’s independence from the former nation of Yugoslavia 31 years ago. more
What started as a small roasting business on Genesee Street has grown into a national business that is waking up coffee lovers everywhere. more
Stockdale’s Bar and Grill, 103 River St., has been awarded a Conditional Adult-Use Retail Dispensary License from the state’s Cannabis Control Board and the Office of Cannabis Management. more
The spotted lanternfly, an invasive pest, is rapidly crawling its way into Central New York, bringing concerns about environmental and economical destruction with it. more
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