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Exhibit panels from the National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum in Peterboro are on display at the Cazenovia Public Library Gallery. more
In an event heading leading to the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Utica, the Irish flag was hoisted outside Utica City Hall on Wednesday, March 8. more
Two guest speakers gave presentations at the Oriska Valley Seniors meeting held at the American Legion on Friday, March 3. more
Rome Country Club has made many enhancements to provide for another successful year. more
Back in college (about 60 years ago), I was taking a course in how to be an instructor of driver’s education. It seemed like a good extra to add to my resume. more
Fungus gnats can be a problem with houseplants or plants that were outdoors but brought inside for the winter. These insects are obnoxious, small flies that infest soil or potting mix. more
One day I was walking the bare pavement of the canal trail and the next I was putting cleats on my boots just to retrieve my trash and recycling bins after mixed precipitation left a crusty layer … more
A Johnnie Ray song came on the radio the other day. Johnnie Ray songs never come on the radio. 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
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
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
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
The Mohawk Valley Hometown Heroes banner program honors the area’s veterans, both living or deceased, as well as active military members and originated locally in Boonville in 2018. more
Parishioners of St. Volodymyr the Great Ukrainian Catholic Church and community supporters joined Ukrainian churches all over the world in praying for the end of Russia’s war on Ukraine. more
Here’s a collection of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. more
Seed and garden catalogs are filling the mailboxes, putting us on the road to this year’s garden season. more
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