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Schumer blasts new rule for farmers, brewers

The impact of a proposed new federal rule on the upstate craft brew industry and farmers is drawing opposition from U.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer, D-NY. Schumer was at F.X. Matt Brewing Co. in U... [more...]

Published: 4/19/2014

Area job count up a bit

For the 12-month period ending in March, the local job count in the Utica-Rome metro area rose 300 -- 0.2 percent -- to 125,400, according to state Labor Department statistics released today. Priva... [more...]

Published: 4/17/2014

County real estate transfers

The following real estate transactions have been filed in the County Clerk's office. The purchase price is as listed on the cover sheet of the deed. Town deeds Vienna, 7710 Yager Road, Earl D. A... [more...]

Published: 4/17/2014

Verona sets Clean-Up Day

VERONA -- The Verona Clean-Up Days will be held 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, May 3. Dumpsters will be available at the Verona Town Offices, 6600 Germany Road. Residents may call the Verona Highway De... [more...]

Published: 4/17/2014

County real estate transfers

The following real estate transactions have been filed in the County Clerk's office. The purchase price is as listed on the cover sheet of the deed. Town deeds Annsville, Coal Hill Road, Buck Ho... [more...]

Published: 4/17/2014

Kicinski files for another run against Hanna

Michael Kicinski of Earlville has filed Republican Primary nominating petitions to run for Congress in the 22nd district, according to an announcement by his campaign office. Kicinski will be t... [more...]

Published: 4/17/2014

Bowl for Kids' Sake raises $40,000

The 32nd annual Bowl For Kids' Sake by Big Brother Big Sisters of Oneida, Herkimer and Madison Counties raised over $40,000 to benefit the local program. Over 300 bowlers participated in the bowl-a... [more...]

Published: 4/16/2014

Food 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: 4/16/2014

Organic dairy roundtable Wednesday

MOHAWK -- Dairy farmer David Hardy is hosting an organic dairy roundtable lunch discussion to share experiences and identify goals for the upcoming growing season. Hardy will host 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p... [more...]

Published: 4/15/2014

Flu's second wave spares Oneida County

State health officials have reported that a second wave of influenza has struck this spring and is putting more New Yorkers in the hospital now than in January. But officials with Oneida County Hea... [more...]

Published: 4/15/2014

Turning Stone receives three AAA awards

VERONA -- Turning Stone Resort Casino has been honored with three AAA Four Diamond awards, accolades granted to less than four percent of the organization's approved properties. Awarded to The Lodg... [more...]

Published: 4/15/2014

Race/walk to benefit animals in Clinton

CLINTON -- The Spring Farm CARES Animal Sanctuary's second annual 5K Run/1-Mile Walk for the Animals will take place rain or shine on Saturday, May 3 at the Village Green. Live music will be su... [more...]

Published: 4/15/2014

Lee contributes $2,800 for fire department field days

TOWN OF LEE -- A $2,800 town contribution to support the 84th annual Lee Center Volunteer Fire Department field days, to be held July 4 and 5, was approved last week by the Town Board. Among ot... [more...]

Published: 4/14/2014

Spring road work includes Canalway project

There will be a full-time shoulder closure with a concrete barrier at the Route 69-Route 233-Martin Street intersection this week, due to Canalway Trail work. There are several aspects of the U... [more...]

Published: 4/14/2014

McConnellsville Fire District to take corrective action after state audit

McCONNELLSVILLE --The State Comptroller's Office has conducted an audit on the McConnellsville Fire District, and it shows that the board did not do an adequate job overseeing financial reports and... [more...]

Published: 4/14/2014

Grant helps fund digital mammography equipment

St. Elizabeth Medical Center has received a matching grant with help from First Source Federal Credit Union to help fund mammography software. With $5,000 from First Source, and other contribut... [more...]

Published: 4/14/2014

More cash on way to fill potholes

Oneida County and its cities, towns and villages will share almost $1 million in special state funds for local road and bridge repairs. The $996,990 is coming from the one-time $40 million allo... [more...]

Published: 4/11/2014

Storm forum set in Oneida

ONEIDA -- An open house will be held 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Monday, April 28, to discuss the development of a Countywide Resiliency Strategy that will identify a range of actions that can be taken to be... [more...]

Published: 4/11/2014

State funds fly in for Civil Air Patrol

The recently enacted state budget includes $200,000 for improvements and overall operations for the Civil Air Patrol across New York. A CAP senior squadron is based at Griffiss International Ai... [more...]

Published: 4/11/2014

County to celebrate Teen Safety Week

Teen Safety and Education Week will be observed in Oneida County later this month. Events will include annual safety programs that target high school students and coincide with the arrival of t... [more...]

Published: 4/11/2014
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