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If you attend any government meetings in northern Madison County and surrounding areas, you may see 81-year-old Bruce Burke with his camera and a smile. more
In addition to downtown experiencing a surge of business growth and pedestrian traffic as part of Rome’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative, other projects to further develop the city’s Arts District will continue or come to fruition in 2023. more
The 2023 Winter Session of the Rome Capitol Theatre’s Rising Stars youth acting program begins on Saturday, Jan. 7.    more

A metal snowman sculpture is bringing smiles to passersby outside the Madison County Highway Department in Wampsville. more
Libraries across New York are grappling with “a moment of uncertainty and tumult” as staffers struggle to deliver services to the public while coping with tight funding. more
Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton-Otsego BOCES ninth and 10th graders in the READiTEC program recently completed a culinary unit. more
Rome Historical Society, 200 Church St., will host the program, “Airplane Tales II” with aviation historian James “Jim” Coulthart. more
Students at Kernan Elementary School have established the Utica City School District’s first student-led food pantry initiative. more
Boys and girls ages 7-10 may discover and explore their “inner dancer” through Rome YMCA’s winter ballet and jazz classes beginning Monday, Dec. 19. more
Amateur photographer Nelson Rudiak, of Rome, was awarded by a prestigious photography platform for his black and white photograph taken in Madison County. more
A studio space at Pratt-MWP was dedicated in the memory of SusanElaine Webster Kim to honor her interest and passion for the arts on Wednesday. more
The Old Forge Library, 220 Crosby Blvd., has announced the organization has received $80,000 in grant funding over a 2-year period from the New York State Council on the Arts. more
The Kirkland Art Center, 9 1/2 E. Park Row, has received a grant award totaling $49,500 from the New York State Council on the Arts. more
When naturalist Sue Kiesel shoots, she aims to capture inspiring images in nature that foster physical and emotional health. more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., will host a Teen Holiday Cookie Exchange at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 22. more
Keaton & Lloyd Bookshop, 236 W. Dominick St., will host a poetry reading with local writer Branwen Drew at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17. more
Kirkland Town Library, 55 1/2 College St., has several on-going programs in December, including art shows and a holiday market. more
When something gets thrown in the trash, the public mind seldom thinks about where it will go. more
Last month, Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri announced that reconstruction of the iconic “Sunburst” wall at Liberty Bell Park. more
With Herkimer Jr./Sr. High School art teacher Heather McCutcheon as the co-chair, New York State Youth Art Month has been announced as the winner of the top national Youth Art Month award. more
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