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Two county hospitals get funds

Two Oneida County hospitals are sharing more than $14 million in state grants, it was announced Friday. Faxton-St. Luke’s Healthcare, with major facilities in Utica and New Hartford, and St. ... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Class canceled

WHITESBORO — The June 29 baby-sitting class taught by the American Red Cross will not be held at Dunham Public Library. Library officials note that there is a weeklong class offered by MV... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Multi Media Experience signup under way at center

A new concept in Summer Camps has launched at Rome Art And Community Center. In addition to the Center’s Artletics Summer Camp, RACC offers "The Multi Media Experience"- a summer ca... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

O’Hern signs books Saturday

BARNEVELD — A book signing with author William J. O’Hern features new title, "Life In a North Woods Lumber Camp" from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in Adirondack Art, 8211 State ... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Revere official gets international award

Theodore J. Engle, product development manager at Revere Copper Products, has been presented the Award of Merit and title of fellow by an international standards organization. Formerly the Amer... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Lots of sun, 90s;
chance of evening rain

Heat advisory in effect until 8 p.m. Tonight — Mostly clear. Lows in the upper 60s. West winds 5 to 10 mph. Thursday — Mostly sunny. Hot with highs in the mid 90s. West winds 10... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Lottery

ALBANY (AP) — Here are the winning numbers drawn Tuesday Evening: Daily: 7, 1, 5, Lucky Sum: 13. WinFour: 7, 3, 5, 8, Lucky Sum: 23. Mega Millions: 11, 21, 27, 30, 53, Mega Ball: 11. ... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

LaPointe accepted

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Published: 6/20/2012

Area nursing graduates earn honors at St. Elizabeth

Local nursing graduates received honors at the St. Elizabeth College of Nursing’s 106th annual commencement ceremony. ¿ The St. Elizabeth Medical Center Award in memory of Sister M. ... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Basic web design June 28

ORISKANY — Oriskany Public Library, 621 Utica St., will offer a free two-hour class on Basic Web Design using the Graphical User Interface program to build a website from 4-6 p.m. Thursday, J... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Sports Calendar

Tonight’s Schedule... Professional Baseball — International League: Pawtucket at Syracuse, 7. Amateur Baseball — District V American Legion: Parkhurst at Roberts, ... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Paranormal talk postponed

HERKIMER — The program to be given by members of the New York State Paranormal Research group at the Herkimer County Historical Society in Herkimer scheduled for Thursday, has been canceled. ... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

‘Farmer takes a wife’
on screen Monday in Utica

"The Farmer Takes A Wife" will be screened at 6 p.m. Monday in the Oneida County Historical Society, 1608 Genesee St., Utica. Admission is $2. The Erie Canal love story "The Farm... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Excel class creates budget

ORISKANY — Oriskany Public Library, 621 Utica St., will hold a free, public Basic Microsoft Excel class on creating a monthly budget from 4-6 p.m. Thursday, June 21. The hands-on course w... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

State filing says Orion shutdown to cost 497 jobs

WHITESTOWN — When the last Orion bus rolls off the assembly line in March, the factory shutdown will have cost nearly 500 people their livelihood. Information submitted this week to the s... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

‘Even date east of Turin’ watering rules set by Lee

TOWN OF LEE — June has brought the return of town "East of Turin Rd.­even day" lawn-watering restrictions, and placement of another American flag at the town park due to concern... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Legislators want truck tolls lower

Proposed Thruway toll increases of 45 percent for large commercial tucks are opposed by Oneida County lawmakers. The state Thruway Authority is seeking public comment on the proposal, and nearl... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Biker injured colliding with car

TOWN OF VIENNA — The driver of a motorcycle was seriously injured after colliding with a car that failed to yield the right of way at the Route 13/Powell Road intersection Tuesday night. ... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

On dean’s list

Mitchell Iseneker, of Sherrill, was named to the spring semester dean’s list at Mansfield University, Mansfield, Pa. [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Shields accepted

Samuel J. Shields, son of Linda Shields, Teugega Point Road, and Dustin Shields, Elmer Hill Road, has been accepted at Clarkson University, Potsdam, where he will major in engineering studies. He i... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Peters accepted

Emily Marie Peters, daughter and stepdaughter of Robert Peters, Stoneridge Lane, Lee, and James and Tammy Mondrick, Harris Road, Lee, has been accepted at SUNYIT, Marcy, where she will major in nur... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Court denies DeProspero’s appeal

A federal court has denied the appeal of a convicted child molester now serving 40 years in prison for recording himself sexually abusing a severely autistic 10-year-old boy at a state-run facility... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Utica firefighter admits charges

A suspended Utica firefighter admitted to charges of vehicular assault in a crash that almost claimed the life of his girlfriend back in December 2010. Travis Maurine, 25, of Stafford Avenue, W... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Rash of Floyd car larcenies reported

TOWN OF FLOYD — A rash of car larcenies, particularly in the areas of Rickmeyer and Kilbourne roads, were reported by residents Monday. Undersheriff Robert Swenszkowski said there have be... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

County top 10 fugitive captured

The sheriff’s office Warrants Unit, in conjunction with the U.S. Marshal’s Service New York/New Jersey Regional Fugitive Task Force, captured one of the county’s top 10 most wante... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Police log

To report an emergency: 911 Website: www.romepd.com Tuesday 12:34 a.m. W. Thomas St., open door/window. 12:52 a.m. W. North St., domestic. 1:38 a.m. Valentine Ave., harassment. ... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Summer heat!

Welcome to summer. . . and a heat wave. Temperatures are expected to range into the 90s today and tomorrow so exercise common sense and care. Drink fluids. Carry a water bottle at sports and si... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Fire log

To report an emergency: 911 Tuesday 10:15 a.m. 419 E. Locust St., first aid. 10:50 a.m. 812 Sherman Ave., first aid. 12:10 p.m. 138 West End Lane, first aid. 3:42 p.m. 158 Black... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Sheriff’s log

To report an emergency: 911 Tuesday 2:12 a.m. Stage Road, Trenton, accident. 4:14 a.m. Family Circle, Lee, assist. 6:22 a.m. Hillsboro Road, Camden, alarm. 6:26 a.m. Route 46, B... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

State police log

To report an emergency: 911 Tuesday 3:58 a.m. Corduroy Road, Forestport, alarm. 4:47 a.m. Hill Road, Verona, car/deer. 6:04 a.m. Hillsboro Road, Camden, alarm. 6:22 a.m. North H... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Mutual aid log

To report an emergency: 911 Tuesday 7:06 a.m. Woodgate, Route 28, Forestport, accident. 7:28 a.m. Prospect Ambulance, Route 28, Forestport, accident-injury. 10:05 a.m. Waterville Am... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Mayor Fusco practices kick ball diplomacy at Bellamy School

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Published: 6/20/2012

April average weekly earnings low but trend up

Average weekly earnings in the private sector rose 4.2 percent for the Utica-Rome region between April 2011 and April of this year, according to new federal data.The average gross earnings of $635.... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Tabloid Tales of the Past

June 20, 2002 Better stock up on mosquito repellent. Although county and state health officials say it may be too early to tell for sure if mosquitoes will be out in full force this summer, the... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Funeral notices

ANDEREGG — Albert M. Anderegg, 91, of Utica, formerly of Verona, on June 16, 2012. Services 11 a.m. Saturday at Campbell-Dean Funeral Home, 260 Main St., Oneida. Burial Verona Cemetery. N... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Kathleen C. Eichenlaub

SHERRILL — Kathleen C. Eichenlaub, 56, of Ransom Ave. passed away early Monday, morning, June 18, 2012 at Albany Medical Center in Albany, NY. She was born on April 23, 1956 in Utica, New... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Albert M. Anderegg

UTICA — Albert M. Anderegg, 91, of Utica, formerly of Rock Road, Verona, passed away early Saturday morning, June 16, 2012, in the Masonic Care Community, Acacia Village, where he had been a ... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

County Airport weather report for Tuesday

Temperatures: 64 to 85 Normal Range: 52 to 75 Records: 39(1950), 96(1995) Rainfall: 0.26" Monthly rainfall: 1.73" Rainfall for year: 16.04" Sunset today: 8:45... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Gualtieri accepted

Ashley Gualtieri, daughter of David and Jane Gualtieri, 11520 Florence Hill Road, Camden, has been accepted at SUNY Oswego, where she will major in mathematics and adolescent education. She is a se... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Help sought locating run-away

NEW HARTFORD — New Hartford Police are looking for the public’s help in locating a 14-year-old run-away from the House of the Good Shepherd on Champlin Avenue. Talyah Whitten is des... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Case of alleged beating adjourned

A man who allegedly beat his girlfriend back in February when he accused her of cheating was arraigned before Judge Daniel C. Wilson in City Court Tuesday. Bail was set at $1,000 for Eric Cresp... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Births

GRESSEL — To Scott and Ashley Lagasse Gressel, of Ramstein, Germany, on Monday, April 30, 2012, in Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, a son, Carter Quinn. Scott is the son of Bob and Betty Gr... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Search allegedly finds meth

CANASTOTA — A man faces federal charges for being found in possession of methamphetamine during a search of his property Monday. Federal investigators said they took Casey L. Spadter, 29,... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

‘Natural Law’ conference
in Clinton

CLINTON — The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization will hold its annual summer conference, "The Western Natural Law Tradition," June 25-26, at the Alex... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Class, trip signups under way at DPN

BOONVILLE — Signup is under way at the Dodge Pratt Northam Art and Community Center, 106 Schuyler St., for: The Summer Youth Art (July 2-26) and Summer Youth Musical Theater (July 17-Aug.... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Meetings

THURSDAY Marcy Town Board, 7 p.m. Municipal Building, 8801 Paul Becker Road (corner Route 291). Floyd Zoning Board of Appeals, 7:30 p.m. Town Hall, 8299 Old Floyd Road. [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Trail Blazers hang on for comeback win

BOONVILLE — The Adirondack Trail Blazers trailed at the midway point of their New York Collegiate Baseball League matchup with the Syracuse Salt Cats on Tuesday, but still managed to score fo... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Sports briefs

Rome Hospital golf tourney on Monday The 18th Annual Rome Hospital Foundation Golf Classic will be held on Monday at Teugega Country Club with the 18-hole round beginning with a shotgun start a... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Roberts Post gets edged by the defending state champs

UTICA — The Roberts Post American Legion baseball team fell victim to a 7-1 defeat from the hosting state champions Whitestown Post in District V action on Tuesday at SUNYIT. Ryan Crego t... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Recession hit hard

A new report by the Federal Reserve Board shows how hard Americans were walloped during the Great Recession. A Washington Post summary stated, "median net worth of families plunged by 39 perce... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Send college info

Area residents who have been accepted and decided where they will attend college can send a photo and the information to: Daily Sentinel, News Department, Box 471, Rome, NY 13442-0471, for free pub... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Dottie Sandusky breaks silence about husband’s innocence

(AP) — She’s been a constant, if silent, presence by Jerry Sandusky’s side. Dottie Sandusky had not spoken publicly in more than six months until taking the witness stand Tues... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Piazza highlights Thursday’s Art Center jazz concert

John Piazza Jr. wil perform works from the "Blue Note Years" of jazz with accompanying artists at 7:30 p.m. Thursday as the finale of the Rome Art and Community Center’s "At Ho... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Secure, reliable records retention matters

Want to know what Rome police were up to on a given day in 1987? It’s on file. The city’s storehouse of documents that must be maintained by state regulations houses data that must ... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Rome Cat Assistance meets

The next meeting of the volunteer group R-CATS (Rome Cat Assistance TNR Society) will take place at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Common Council chambers at City Hall. The group is leading the effo... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

RFA preps plans for Saturday’s graduation

About 330 seniors in Rome Free Academy’s class of 2012 are set to graduate Saturday, with preparations being made for the 10 a.m. commencement at RFA Stadium. An estimated crowd of more t... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Strough student wins spot in Syracuse project

Sidnee Lenaghen, an 8th grade student at Strough Middle School, has won a competitive placement to a Syracuse University grant-funded summer program, Project Engage, through SU’s L.C. Smith C... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Nortek Powder Coating gets incentives for building

A city firm that makes powder coatings has been given preliminary approval for incentives from the Oneida County Industrial Development Agency. Nortek Powder Coating, 5900 Success Drive, is see... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Building permit

Pine Gate Assoc., Merrick Road, $40,000, erect eight covered entrances on existing buildings. [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Accidental museums display in Old Forge

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Published: 6/20/2012

O’Hern offers Boonville writer’s childhood lumber camp story

Fifty years after his death, Thomas C. O’Donnell has another book out, "Life in a North Woods Lumber Camp," thanks to the work of area author William J. O’Hern and The Forager... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Melioris, Baker excelling for respective minor league clubs

Cedar Rapids minor league baseball player and Rome native Joe Melioris continues to pitch effectively out of the bullpen for the Kernels in the Class A Midwest League, while another Roman in the mi... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012

Institute member honored

CLINTON — Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization Charter Fellow Professor Robert Paquette has won the Heroes of Conscience Award by the American Freedom Alliance f... [more...]

Published: 6/20/2012
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