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MEETING THURSDAY Oneida County Industrial Development Agency, 9 a.m. Hearings on aiding Griffiss Local Development Corporation in renovations of buildings 780, 776 and 778 in the Griffiss Busin... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Funeral notices

ANDERSON — Ardenia "Deanie" Anderson, 77, of Camden, on Oct. 30, 2011. Services 7 p.m., today, at Katie & Karl’s Restaurant, Harden Boulevard, Camden. Calling hours 4-6 p.... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Loida E. Campos

Loida E. Campos, 72, of Rome, passed away on Tuesday, November 1, 2011, at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse after a brief illness. She was born on December 11, 1938, in Humaca, Puerto Rico, ... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Rome sends six players to Arcaro all-star game

A total of six Rome Free Academy football players will compete on Thursday night during the annual John Arcaro All-Star football game held at Cicero-North Syracuse High School beginning with a 7 o&... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

County Airport weather report for Tuesday

Temperatures: 35 to 57 Normal Range: 31 to 46 Records: 24(1976), 76(1956) Rainfall: 0" Monthly rainfall: 4.66" Rainfall for year: 45.15" Sunset today: 5:53 ... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Anthony L. Manuele

Anthony L. Manuele, 79, of Rome, passed away Sunday October 30, 2011 with family at his side. Born September 6, 1932 in Rome, he was the son of Salvator and Anna Callari Manuele. He attended Rome F... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Idea-hatching session for economic development held at Griffiss Park

A plan for boosting the local economy needs to include "incubator" sites to help new businesses, consolidation of government layers, and making assets stand out compared to other state lo... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Keyboard Conversations features Brahms

The music of Brahms will be showcased when Jeffrey Siegel continues his popular Keyboard Conversations Series with The Rhapsodic Brahms, 8 p.m. Saturday in the Museum of Art Auditorium in Munson-Wi... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

The 5 Browns perform in Stanley Thursday

Piano music sensations The 5 Browns return to the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Great Artists Series at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Stanley Theatre, 261 Genesee St., Utica. Tickets range... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Leadership matters in mayoral race

When looking up synonyms for the word "Leadership " the following words are given: Management, Control, Guidance, Headship, and Direction. Each of these words would be a correct descripto... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Improvements needed in Verona clerk’s office

Elections are just around the corner, time for one more political letter. I am running for clerk in the Town of Verona. I grew up here and am pleased that it is still the kind of place you want to ... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Anti-bullying team formed to assure dignity and safety

Adults wrongly dismissing complaints as kids "just teasing" kids. Increased concerns about cyber bullying, plus intimidation on buses and athletic teams. How to "bully-proof" sc... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Learning Center dedication at MVCC

Mohawk Valley Community College will hold a dedication and naming ceremony for its Utica Campus Learning Center in honor of local businessman Stephen Mandia, on Thursday at 10 a.m. Mandia "... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

113 pounds of old medicines turned in at Justice Building

The Drug Take-Back event at the Justice Building Saturday was a success, with people turning in 113 pounds of unwanted prescription medications. The day was "very successful," said De... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Sign stolen

ONEIDA — A Madison County teen-ager is accused of stealing a "dead end" street sign out of the ground early Saturday. Police said Eric T. Lanz, 18, of Stoddard Street, pulled th... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Candidate has determination to help county

Ken Fort, my father and candidate for the position of Oneida County legislator (2nd District), is deserving of the title not only because of his character but because of his compassion and determin... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Can Rome afford another four years?

"Results, not rhetoric." As I drive through Rome to look at eight years of Mayor James Brown’s results, I see vacant homes and empty stores. I see closed factories and warehouses an... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Free exhibit marks college bicentennial

CLINTON — To celebrate Hamilton College’s Bicentennial the Clinton Historical Society has a free, public exhibit of various artifacts, uniforms, maps, and documents at 1 Fountain Street... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

‘Still Life’ mystery topic Nov. 10

Jervis Public Library’s "Mystery á la Carte" Book Group discusses Still Life by Louise Penny, the first in a series featuring Chief Inspector Armand Gamache of the Surete du Qu... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Wojtasik films on screen Sunday

CLINTON — The Hamilton College F.I.L.M. — Forum on Image and Language in Motion — series will present Pawel Wojtasik’s Dark Sun Squeeze (2003), Naked (2005), Nascentes Morim... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Floyd man Historian of Year

ORISKANY FALLS — The Oneida County Historians Association presented the "Historian of the Year Award" to Edwin Evans, the Town of Floyd Historian when Oneida County town and village... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Pedestrian hit crossing Erie Blvd. W.

A Rome man is in serious condition at University Hospital in Syracuse today after being struck Tuesday night by a pickup truck on Erie Boulevard West at South Doxtator Street. Capt. Scott Wittm... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Police log

¿Continued from page 4 10:17 a.m. N. James St., arrest. 10:33 a.m. Kossuth St., missing child. 11:21 a.m. Martin St., investigate. 11:48 a.m. N. Jay St., theft from vehicle. ... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Fire log

To report an emergency: 911 Tuesday 8:19 a.m. 126 Canal St., first aid. 8:44 a.m. 909 Oakwood St., first aid. 9:45 a.m. Route 825, first aid. 10:34 a.m. 310 Cottage St., first a... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Beulah M. Durfey

Beulah M. Durfey, 92, of Camden, passed away peacefully in the nursing home unit at Rome Memorial Hospital on October 28, 2011. She was born on November 30, 1918 in Millport, N.Y. daughter of Willi... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Origami class Nov. 9

ORISKANY — A class on origami — the art of paper folding, will be held in the Oriskany Public Library, 621 Utica St., Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 6 p.m. Instructor Mark Radlowski, Director... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Upstate Cerebral Palsy CEO speaks about non-profits

Louis Tehan, president and chief executive officer of Upstate Cerebral Palsy, will speak at Utica College’s Executive Lecture Series on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Economic Crime, Justice Studi... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Computer classes offered at Jervis

Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., hosts a variety of computer classes through a partnership with the Mid-York Library System made possible by the Broadband Technology Opportunity Progr ... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Ancient Greeks discussion Nov. 9

"Why Do We Need the Ancient Greeks In Times of War? Reflections on Euripides’ Trojan Women," is the topic of a free, public talk at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9. Nancy S. Rabinow... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Baked goods, books on sale

WESTERNVILLE — The Western Town Library will hold its annual Election Day Bake Sale on Tuesday, Nov. 8, in the Western Town Hall, 9219 Main St. from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. All proceeds from the sal... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Society has new board chairman

The Oneida County Historical Society confirmed trustee Lou Parrotta as its new Chairman of the Board at its annual meeting on Oct. 8. Parrotta, a lifelong Utica resident, is a teacher at Proctor Hi... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Col. Ellsworth and 11th NY Fire Zouaves program at Historical Society Monday

A nationally-known Civil War historian presents "Colonel Elmer Ellsworth and the 11th New York Fire Zouaves: Heroes or Humbugs?" on Monday. Patrick Schroeder gives the special presentatio... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Woyzeck opens Thursday

CLINTON — The Hamilton College Theatre Department will host its Fall Theater Production, Woyzeck, by Georg Buchner, translated by Carl Richard Mueller, from Nov. 3-12. Tickets are $5 or $... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Maybe some sprinkles in afternoon; high in the 50s

Tonight — Partly cloudy. Lows in the upper 30s. South winds 5 to 10 mph. Thursday — Partly sunny. A chance of sprinkles in the afternoon. Highs in the upper 50s. South winds 5 to 10... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Lottery

ALBANY (AP) — Here are the winning state Lottery numbers selected Tuesday in the midday drawing: Daily: 8, 7, 3; Lucky Sum: 18; WinFour: 6, 6, 2, 1; Lucky Sum: 15. Here are the winnin... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Tabloid Tales of the Past

Nov. 2, 2001 In hopes of attracting more air travelers, lower prices and a better New York City airport are in store for air travelers flying Continental Connection at the county airport beginn... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Tree lighting and fireworks December 2

Thanks to sponsorships from Jeff Fazio and the Bobby Page Memorial Foundation, the city Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony will take place from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2 at the Veterans and Ga... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Sports Calendar

Tonight’s Schedule... Scholastic boys Soccer — Section III semifinals, Class C: Westmoreland vs. Tully at Chittenango, 7:30. Class D-2: Remsen vs. Faith Heritage at Sauquoit Val... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Two charged in pre-dawn fight in park

LYONSDALE — Two Lewis County men have been charged with brawling in Riverside Park. Deputies said Eric G. Brockhum, 20, of Mechanic Street, Port Leyden, was scuffling with Brandon M. Hull... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Out of gas, but accused of being tanked

A Whitesboro man was charged with drunken driving on the Thruway after his vehicle ran out of gas in Montgomery County on Monday. Schuyler-based state police said Matthew D. Helmer, 23, of 50 C... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

House exploded as police officer and utility technician approached

WHITESBORO — A village police officer and a National Grid technician were searching for a natural gas leak Saturday night when the house on Ablett Avenue exploded in front of them. Both m... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Mutual aid log

To report an emergency: 911 Tuesday 12:19 a.m. Vernon and Vineall Ambulance, Route 5, accident. 12:55 a.m. Whitesboro and Kunkel Ambulance, standby. 9:44 a.m. AmCare Ambulance, Rout... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

State police log

To report an emergency: 911 Tuesday 12:29 a.m. Route 5, Vernon, accident. 1:52 a.m. McKern Road, Floyd, suspicious activity. 4:06 a.m. Route 5, Vernon, animal. 4:46 a.m. Phillip... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Gall has background for Supreme Court

I support Erin Gall in her campaign to be elected justice of the New York State Supreme Court in the Fifth Judicial District. During the past 15 years, I have worked as a police investigator in the... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Sestito gets hit with five-game suspension

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — The American Hockey League announced on Tuesday that Rome native and Albany Devils center Tim Sestito has been suspended for five games as a consequence of an illegal che... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Remsen boots their way into Class D championship game

CHITTENANGO — The Remsen girls soccer team’s incredible undefeated stretch has brought them to another championship opportunity, as the Lady Rams pulled a out a lopsided 9-1 triumph ove... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Local swim teams gear up for Section III meet

Four local schools will have several swimmers and divers representing their respective squads during the Section III Championship Meet to be held at Nottingham High School in Syracuse this week. ... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Barrie watercolor display opens

CLINTON — Kirkland Town Library will host an exhibition of watercolors by local artist Vige Barrie in its Bristol Room Gallery from Friday through Saturday, Nov. 19. A free, public recept... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

DEC has plans to release additional pheasants this week in Oneida County

The state Department of Environmental Conservation will release additional pheasants this week in Oneida, Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties. The birds are surplus pheasants from the state Gam... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Fiscal policy talk Monday

CLINTON — Christina Romer, former chair of the Council of Economic Advisers in the Obama administration from 2009-10, will give a lecture titled, "What Do We Know about the Effects of Fi... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Whitestown wrestles with 2% tax cap

WHITESTOWN — To complete a capital improvements project to Water District 25, the town board is considering a resolution to override the state’s 2 percent tax cap in the 2012 budget jus... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Sheriff’s log

Tuesday 12:19 a.m. Route 5, Vernon, accident. 12:29 a.m. Main St., Remsen, open door/window. 12:50 a.m. Clinton St., Whitestown, domestic. 1:05 a.m. Lee Center-Taberg Road, Annsvill... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Indictment in deadly south Rome stabbing

The Brooklyn man accused of stabbing and killing a 19-year-old man in south Rome is scheduled for arraignment in County Court on Nov. 7. Terrence Dames, 26, was indicted Tuesday on one count ea... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

DeVere D. Rumble

Candidate: DeVere D. Rumble Age: 51. Married: Yes. Children: Daughter, age 27; son, age 25 Address: 10218 Washington St., Copenhagen. Party: Independent. Education: 1979 gra... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Michael P. Carpinelli

Candidate: Michael P. Carpinelli. Age: 47. Married: Yes. Children: Daughter, age 5. Address: 1226 North Osceola Road, Osceola Parties: Republican, Democratic, Conservative. ... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Joys of tourism, evils from drugs, frame sheriff’s race in Lewis County

Two of the biggest issues facing Lewis County law enforcement are the joys of outdoor tourism, like snowmobiling and off-road riding, and the horrors of drugs, including a stark increase in heroin ... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Teen admits possession of stolen shotgun

A teen-ager accused of fighting his brother and possessing a stolen shotgun admitted guilt in the weapons case in City Court on Friday. Tre L. Sheppard, 18, of 107 Expense St., pleaded guilty b... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Insanity try signaled by accused killer

Pointing to a defense of insanity, accused child-killer David L. Trebilcock has decided to let a jury hear his off-the-cuff statements that God and Jesus told him to stab 6-year-old Lauren Belius t... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Invitation for holiday voices

The city Recreation Department and Scott Rutledge are inviting people to join a Christmas choir to participate in the annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony entertainment to be held from 6 to 7:30 p... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011

Santa carving workshop in View

OLD FORGE — Popular carving instructor Mike Bloomquist is back at View, 3273 State Route 28, to teach "Woodcarving Santa" on Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. The fee is $1... [more...]

Published: 11/2/2011
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