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Charles D. Malakie

Charles D. Malakie passed away in Sacramento, CA, on October 31, 2011. Charlie was born in Solsville, NY. to James and Gertrude Malakie on Christmas Day, 1932. He is survived by his wife of 56 ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Leaf collection starts

Fall leaf collection in Rome started on Oct. 31. That means the end of green waste and brush collection. As with last year, leaf collection will be accomplished in the inside district accor... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Bond’s ‘Diamonds Are Forever’
in Capitol Theatre Saturday

Saturday is James Bond day in the Capitol Theatre, 220 W. Dominick St. The annual James Bond movie Saturday offers the 1971 "Diamonds Are Forever" at 2:30 and 7 p.m. Sean Connery as A... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Fire officials say check alarms when changing clocks

This weekend, as clocks are changed back to standard time, the Office of Fire Prevention and Control reminds New Yorkers that they should also take a moment to test their smoke alarms. Clocks &... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Candidate profile

Rodger P. Potocki of New Hartford is retired. He worked both in the public and private sectors, including many years in economic development. He unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination for ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

County government is ‘just not working’ says Potocki

Rodger P. Potocki wants to bring a new perspective to county government. "I believe in trying things," said the Conservative Party candidate for county executive during a pre-election... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

‘Frustration’ results in 8 months of jail

Repeated harassment of the mother of his child has landed a 27-year-old man in county jail for eight months. Two of the incidents were in violation of an order of protection. Joshua M. Ston... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Mayor has worked to rebuild city

During his tenure as mayor of Rome, Jim Brown has worked diligently to rebuild all four corners of this city. Remember the rundown feed mill where a brand new Walgreens now stands? The desperate ho... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Joe Fusco has real world experience

After reading Mayor James Brown’s comments in the Oct. 25 Daily Sentinel, I have to speak my mind. His presumption is that his experience with a big corporation in the private sector sets... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

We need common sense city budget

While reading Joseph Fusco’s comments in the Daily Sentinel on Oct. 26, one point stood out concerning the budget. Overtime for the parks and recreation budget for 2011 was zeroed out yet the... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Council suggests beef lunch

The New York Beef Industry Council suggests Brown Bag Your Beef Lunch of Mediterranean Beef & Veggie Wrap. Here’s the recipe Ingredients 12 ounces cooked beef (such as steak, roas... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Funeral notices

ARCHER — Michael E. Archer, 54, of Ava, on Oct. 24, 2011. Services 2 p.m. Saturday at the Mills Funeral Home, 301 Post St., Boonville. No calling hours. CAMPOLI — Raffaele "... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Habitat seeks crew leaders

Oneida County Habitat for Humanity needs skilled and semi-skilled volunteers now to provide leadership services for the following tasks on its 307 Lansing St., Utica, house, on Saturdays: ¿... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

State Food Policy advisers
meet in Whitestown Wednesday

WHITESTOWN — The governor’s state Council on Food Policy holds its annual fall meeting on Wednesday from 10 a.m. to noon in the Cornell Cooperative Extension Office, 121 Second St. ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

William M. Jarvi, U.S. Air Force, Retired

William M. Jarvi, U.S. Air Force, retired, 81, devoted and loving father, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, formerly of Rome, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, November 1, 2011, at Grand Rapids Home for ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Luella P. VanWagenen

LEE CENTER — Luella P. VanWagenen, age 83, of Lee Center, passed away peacefully November 2, 2011, with her loving family at her side. She was born April 14, 1928, in Rome, a daughter of ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

County Airport weather report for Thursday

Temperatures: 39 to 60 Normal Range: 31 to 46 Records: 17(1951), 79(1982) Rainfall: 0" Monthly rainfall: 4.66" Rainfall for year: 45.15" Sunset today: 5:50 ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Busy day ahead for Remsen athletes playing two sports

REMSEN — Thirteen members of the Remsen boys and girls soccer and cross country teams will be working double duty on Saturday as they vie for Section III titles in their respective sports at ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Remsen soccer squads Lowville-bound

REMSEN — They’ve had targets on their backs all season. Teams have taken aim at knocking off the Remsen girls soccer team all season, but so far, to no avail. The defending Sect... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Knights among top x-country sectional contenders

Several area cross country teams will set their marks as they vie for solid performances at the Section III Cross Country Championships on Saturday at Jamesville Beach Park in DeWitt. The Class... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

$2 million plus yearly savings seen in shutting Utica facility

By the middle of next year, the U.S. Postal Service will be closing the doors on the processing facility on Pitcher Street and moving operations to Syracuse, U.S. Postal Service Regional Spokeswoma... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Submit church news for Saturday’s pages

News from churches or church-related groups for the Today’s Living religion pages, published on Saturdays, can be e-mailed to living@RNY.com or mailed to Daily Sentinel - Living, PO Box 471, ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Grape seed oil production starts

ROMULUS ­ Michael Coia, CEO of Seneca BioEnergy, led a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week in Seneca County. Presiding at the official opening of the Seneca AgBio Green Energy Park and produc... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Movie & A Cookie event at Capitol aids WCNY

Movie & A Cookie will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, in the Capitol Theatre, 220 W. Dominick St. The WCNY-TV/FM event features a screening of "The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland,&quo... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Storm damage signup deadline extended

New Yorkers now have until Dec. 15, to register for federal assistance if they suffered damages from Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee, U.S. Rep. Richard Hanna (R-24) announced. At the req... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Attorney general offers
tips on plow contracts

As the winter months begin to set in and many upstate New Yorkers are in the process of hiring snow removal contractors to clear their driveways, storefronts and parking lots, Attorney General Eric... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Westmoreland assistant wants tax collector job

WESTMORELAND — Margaret Mahanna Leone, 45, of 4978 Stop 7 Road, is the Democratic candidate seeking her first term as town tax collector. Leone has been the assistant tax collector since ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Lottery

ALBANY (AP) — Here are the winning numbers drawn Thursday Evening: Daily: 2, 5, 3, Lucky Sum: 10. WinFour: 6, 4, 9, 4, Lucky Sum: 23. Here are the winning numbers drawn Thursday Midday: D... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Sunny Saturday, 50s;
60s, sun, on Sunday

Tonight — Clear. Lows in the mid 20s. North winds 10 to 15 mph — Becoming northeast around 5 mph. Saturday — Sunny. Highs in the lower 50s. Winds east around 5 mph. Saturday n... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Three candidates seek two coroner positions

Three people, including two long-time incumbents, are seeking two coroner posts on Tuesday’s ballot. They are: incumbent Kevin T. Barry, 169 Northwood Circle, Lee, who is running on the R... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Pedestrian still
in serious condition

The pedestrian who was hit by a pickup on Erie Boulevard Tuesday evening remains in serious condition this morning. Police said Melvin Thayer, no age or address available, was walking northeast... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Tabloid Tales of the Past

Nov, 4, 2001 The U.S Postal Service has not yet determined when regular mail service to the House and Senate office buildings in Washington would resume. Incoming mail has been on hold since Oc... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Sports Calendar

Tonight’s Schedule... Professional Harness racing — Vernon Downs, post time 6:55. College Hockey — Colgate at Brown, 7. Scholastic boys Football — Se... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Candidates endorsed

Both mayoral candidates in Rome have received endorsements from labor groups. Incumbent Republican James F. Brown, who will also appear on the Independence line on Nov. 8, has received the endo... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Lesson of security-minded times: Polls moving out of school buildings

A large-scale shift away from using schools as polling places has begun, with Rome’s Sixth Ward 3rd District site remaining at St. Paul’s Parish Center, even though construction at the ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Drug kingpin gets 11 years in federal prison

A 36-year-old drug kingpin who shipped cocaine from New York City to peddle on the streets of Utica has been sentenced to 11 years in federal prison. At least two other men who worked in Michae... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Federal charges filed for first meth raid

ONEIDA — Federal charges for making methamphetamine have been lodged against the man and woman busted on Palmer Drive Thursday for the second time this year. Police said Robert S. Atkinso... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Deputies seek help finding Vienna man

TOWN OF VIENNA — A 40-year-old man has been missing since Sunday night, and law enforcers are asking for your helping in finding him. Sheriff’s deputies said Gerald S. Wargo, of Rou... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Police log

To report an emergency: 911 Website: www.romepd.com Thursday 1:30 a.m. Henry St., check welfare. 2:06 a.m. E. Dominick St., fight. 2:22 a.m. Floyd Ave., assist fire department. ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Fire log

To report an emergency: 911 Thursday 10:07 a.m. 152 Turin St., first aid. 1:09 p.m. 1011 Van Buren Ave., first aid. 1:25 p.m. 6786 Lamphear Road, first aid. 4:27 p.m. 158 Black ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Postal worker attack nets 41 months

ONEIDA — A Sherrill man was sentenced to more than three years in federal prison for attacking a U.S. Post Office mail carrier and fracturing his nose. Emmanuel C. Clothakis Jr., 57, was ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Drivers ticketed in accident

Both drivers were ticketed after a rear-ending on Erie Boulevard West Tuesday. Police said Laurence A. Caldwell, 19, of 2516 Route 69, Camden, was eastbound in the 700 block at 12:07 p.m. when ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Fire destroys garage; home protected

ANNSVILLE — A three-stall garage was destroyed by fire on Blossvale Road Thursday night, but a quick response by volunteers kept the flames from spreading to the residence. No one was inj... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Motel owner’s death possible Utica homicide

Utica Police are investigating the suspicious death of the owner of the Davis Motel in north Utica as a possible homicide. An autopsy is scheduled for today to determine the cause of death, law... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Mutual aid log

To report an emergency: 911 Thursday 4:44 a.m. AmCare Ambulance, Steuben St., transport. 5:08 a.m. Yorkville, Calder Ave., vehicle fire. 11:08 a.m. Clinton, Martin Road, Kirkland, i... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

State police log

To report an emergency: 911 Thursday 12:37 a.m. Route 12, Trenton, alarm. 6:53 a.m. Old River Road, Marcy, assist. 11:35 a.m. Golf Course Road, peace officer. 3:52 p.m. Route 49... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Sheriff’s log

Thursday 6:30 a.m. Route 26, Ava, car/deer. 6:53 a.m. Old River Road, Marcy, assist. 7:25a.m.E.Floyd Road,Floyd, car/deer. 10:10 a.m. Utica Road, Kirkland, assist. 10:54 a.m. W.... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Finals have familiar look

Rome Free Academy, Camden and Vernon-Verona-Sherrill will all have a chance at sectional glory when the three field hockey teams take the field at Cicero-North Syracuse High School on Saturday. ... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Voting site changes

Rome voters who normally cast their ballots at Gansevoort School are reminded that they will vote on Tuesday at Kennedy Arena, 500 W. Embargo St. Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Gansevoor... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011

Free building analyst course
Nov. 7-11 at SUNY Morrisville

MORRISVILLE — Morrisville State College’s Office of Workforce and Development is offering a free Building Analyst course at the Morrisville campus. The five-day course will be offer... [more...]

Published: 11/4/2011
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