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On dean’s list

Aimee Anno, daughter of Robert P. Anno, of North Madison Street, and Carol Gentile-Anno, Westbrook Drive, was named to the spring semester dean’s list at SUNY-Oswego. She is a junior majoring... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

On president’s list

Erin English, of Clark Mills, was named to the spring semester president’s list at SUNY-Brockport. [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Strong Bones, book club, frozen food among Dorfman events

New classes and events at the Ava Dorfman Center during July have been scheduled. Call the center at 337-8230 to register for any of the classes listed. ¿ The Arts and Crafts Program will ... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

‘Signs of Alzheimer’s’ program July 18 in Jervis

The Central New York Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association presents a workshop titled "Know the 10 Signs Of Alzheimer’s Disease" in Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington S... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Meetings

WEDNESDAY Common Council, 7 p.m. Council Chambers, City Hall, 198 N. Washington St. Board of County Legislators: Ways and Means Committee, 11 a.m.; board meeting, 2 p.m. Tenth floor, County... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Every month is ‘National
Social Security Online’ Month

Have you ever stopped to appreciate the many celebrations we enjoy in this country? For example, did you know that July is National Baked Beans Month? It’s also National Hot Dog Month. If bea... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Jervis trustees cite donors

Jervis Public Library has announced donations received April 21 through June 30. The Board of Trustees notes that the library is a non-profit educational institution and tax-deductible donation... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Natural causes claim capsized 64-year-old fisherman in Cazenovia

CAZENOVIA — The cause of death for a 64-year-old fisherman who died on Cazenovia Lake after falling from his canoe Sunday afternoon was ruled to be due to existing medical problems. Madis... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Funeral notices

BAKER — Eileen Amy Baker, 69, of Holland Patent, on July 3, 2012. Services in Tallahassee, Fla. Graveside memorial 11 a.m. Friday, July 20, at Grandview Cemetery, Whitesboro. CAVANO &... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Police log

Monday 12:01 a.m. N. Madison St., property found. 1:08 a.m. Parkway St., domestic. 1:18 a.m. Erie Blvd. W., abandoned call. 2:10 a.m. Stanwix St., dispute. 2:50 a.m. Black River... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Fire log

To report an emergency: 911 Monday 8:42 a.m. 105 W. Linden St., first aid. 10:07 a.m. 510 N. George St., first aid. 12:23 p.m. 100 W. Court St., mulch fire. 1:54 p.m. 6535 Evans... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

County Airport weather report for Monday

Temperatures: 55 to 80 Normal Range: 58 to 81 Records: 46(1963), 97(1988) Rainfall: 0" Monthly rainfall: 0" Rainfall for year: 17.24" Sunset today: 8:43 S... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Births

AUBIN — To Sean and Kristy Aubin, of Deferiet, on Sunday, June 24, 2012 at Lewis County General Hospital, a son, Branson William. BAILEY — To Russie Jane Bailey, of Carthage, on Wed... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Guilty plea for man in standoff with officers

A 55-year-old man who held off law enforcers during a five-hour stand off at the Carolyn Courts Apartments admitted in County Court this morning that he was drunk and scared. James Mogle pleade... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

PS Santoroarraigned710

The Rome man accused of taking a woman prisoner and raping her repeatedly in his First Street apartment started a shouting match with a County Court judge at his arraignment this morning, claiming ... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Woman trapped in burning car

TOWN OF SANGERFIELD — A sanitation worker became a hero early Monday morning when he used a fire extinguisher to douse a car fire, then tried to help a woman trapped in the vehicle. A mot... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Mutual aid log

To report an emergency: 911 Monday 1:38 a.m. Vineall Ambulance, E. Hamilton Ave., Sherrill, transport. 6:35 a.m. Waterville, Route 20, Sangerfield, accident/injury. 6:41 a.m. Bridge... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Sheriff’s log

To report an emergency: 911 Monday 6:35 a.m. Route 20, Sangerfield, accident/injury. 8:48 a.m. Rome-New London Road, accident. 9:01 a.m. Rome-Taberg Road, alarm. 9:23 a.m. Lowel... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

State police log

To report an emergency: 911 Monday 1:36 a.m. Deeley Road, Vienna, neighbors. 6:35 a.m. Route 20, Sangerfield, accident/injury. 10:17 a.m. Pleasant Drive, Lee, larceny. 11:14 a.m... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Food service inspections

County Health Department inspectors conduct unannounced and periodic checks of food service establishments to determine if they comply with the state codes, rules and regulations. Here are health d... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Roberts racks up seventh win on road vs. Herkimer

Roberts Post picked up its seventh win of the season after ousting host Herkimer, 13-4, in District V American Legion baseball action on Monday at Harmon Field. Chris Williams went a perfect 4-... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Lee Soccer Club crushes Herkimer

TOWN OF LEE — The Lee Soccer Club had goals from eight different players as the squad crushed the visiting Booters of Herkimer for a 10-0 win on Monday at Lee Town Park in a Central New York ... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Trail Blazers split NYCBL twin bill at Alliance Bank Stadium

The Adirondack Trail Blazers split two games in a New York Collegiate Baseball League doubleheader with the Syracuse Junior Chiefs on Monday at Alliance Bank Stadium, falling in the first game, 7-5... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Sports Briefs

Applications available for city golf tourney Applications are available for the 49th annual Rome City Men’s Amateur Golf Championship set for Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 11-12, at Rome Coun... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Armed standoff with ‘bath salts’ user

VILLAGE OF ILION — Bath salts are believed to have been a factor in a four-hour police stand off with an armed man in Herkimer County Sunday afternoon. The man later surrendered and no on... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Woman, 69, accused of drunk driving

TOWN OF VERONA — A 69-year-old woman is accused of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol on the Thruway Saturday evening. Syracuse-based state police said numerous other driver... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Make effort to improve city

Is anyone ever satisfied? As I frequent coffee shops, restaurants, etc. it seems conversations are all negative. There is always someone complaining about our city. There are those would like more ... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Fort Rickey is a nice stop on a summer’s day

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Published: 7/10/2012

Corn on the cob ready for eating

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Published: 7/10/2012

17-year-old accused of stealing gas cans

A teen-ager accused of stealing gas cans out of sheds on Bishop Road and Greenview Avenue was sent to county jail in lieu of $5,000 bail. Jonathan A. Bendall, 17, no address available, appeared... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Pot luck meeting for genealogy society

The Rome Genealogy Society meets Tuesday, July 17, at 6:30 p.m. The meeting is a Pot Luck ­ each to bring a dish and a genealogy story to share. Monthly meetings are held at Zion Episcopal Chur... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Free ‘navigator’ offered online

The Alzheimer’s Association® has launched an online assessment program, Alzheimer’s Navigator¿, to help caregivers and people with dementia evaluate their needs, identify acti... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

On provost’s list

Two local students were named to the spring semester provost’s list at SUNY-Oneonta. They are: Paul Rosbrook, of Rome; and Mandy Dale, of Lee Center. [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Lee sets bicentennial events

TOWN OF LEE — The town’s series of events for its bicentennial celebration include a "Historical Lecture Series" presentation Thursday, and a car "cruise-in" Friday.... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Former Oneida Ltd. equipment to be auctioned

SHERRILL — Hundreds of thousands of dollars in machining equipment dating from Oneida Ltd.’s former factory operations will be sold at auction by Sherrill Manufacturing Inc., which cont... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Sports Calendar

Tonight’s Schedule... Amateur Baseball — District V American Legion: Smith at Whitestown, 5:30; Love at Sherrill, 6; Ilion at Parkhurst at DeLutis Field, 7. Soccer — C... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

‘Grief 101’ Wednesday

NEW HARTFORD — Hospice & Palliative Care, Inc. will offer "Grief 101" from 1-2:30 p.m. and 6:30-8 p.m. Wednesday at 4277 Middlesettlement Road. The class is free and open to the... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Building permit

Pisto Village, 318 E. Bloomfield St., $2,000, convert 22-unit apartment building to 21-unit apartment building. [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Lottery

ALBANY (AP) — Here are the winning numbers drawn Monday Evening: Daily: 5, 8, 5, Lucky Sum: 18. WinFour: 5, 4, 0, 5, Lucky Sum: 14. Here are the winning numbers drawn Monday Midday: Daily... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Building permits

City of Rome, 705 W. Court St., $5,000, rehabilitate city-owned, tax-foreclosed property in accordance with a rehabilitation agreement. City of Rome, 415 W. Park St., $8,000, rehabilitate city-... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Lee Clerk’s office to close early Wednesday

TOWN OF LEE — The Town Clerk’s Office will close early Wednesday at 11:30 a.m., said Town Clerk Sharon Mortis, because she will be attending a training session. The office, at the T... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Seneca Casino trip spots open

The South Rome Senior Citizens Center, 112 Ridge St., has more spots available on a bus trip to Niagara Falls. The July 25 bus trip to Seneca Casino in Niagara Falls is $37. The bus leaves at 7... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

School board committees announced

New chairpersons have been assigned for the 2012-13 year for three of the five Board of Education committees that focus on curriculum, employees, buildings and money. The committees, which incl... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

EADS security drill held

An emergency response exercise was conducted this morning at the Eastern Air Defense Sector at Griffiss park, with a simulation testing EADS’ ability to respond to a gunman at the facility. ... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Info sessions Wednesday
at MVCC

Mohawk Valley Community College will host information sessions for adult students on Wednesday at 1:30 or 6 p.m. at the Rome campus, Plumley Complex Auditorium, 1101 Floyd Ave., and July 18 at the ... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Tabloid Tales of the Past

July 10, 2002 The layoff of 35 production workers at ConMed Corp., based in Utica, may open some opportunities for employment in Rome. To better plan its downtown redevelopment and improve ... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

More sun;
highs in lower 80s

Tonight — Mostly clear. Lows in the mid 50s. Northwest winds around 5 mph — Becoming northeast. Wednesday — Sunny. Highs in the lower 80s. East winds around 5 mph — Beco... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Vets named marshals for Honor America Days parade

Veterans of World War II and Vietnam have been named grand marshals of the parade the kicks off this summer’s Honor America Days. Sylvester Puccio, who served in the Navy, and Ismael Ramo... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

Calling all restaurateurs

The county is looking for a restaurateur to take over the empty facility at Union Station. Potential operators have until July 20 to respond with a plan to serve up food to the traveling public... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

$3.45M sought for streets, harbor, water tunnel, and other projects

The city is applying to the state for a combined $3.45 million spread across five projects and will partner with two non-profits on two more. The seven-member Common Council will meet Wednesday... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012

$50.6M spending plan proposed for MVCC

County legislators are being asked to approve a $50.6 million budget for Mohawk Valley Community College when they meet Wednesday. Approval is likely. The spending plan seeks no increase in the... [more...]

Published: 7/10/2012
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