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The Oneida County History Center, 1608 Genesee St., will be celebrating the opening of its Little Free Lending Library. more
“Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” has a lot more to offer as a movie than just a couple of nerds sitting around a table playing the titular game. more
Astrid and Ares, a pair of peregrine falcons that live in Utica, laid their first egg of the 2023 breeding season at 12:29 a.m. on Sunday, April 2. more

The Rome Historical Society has filed a lawsuit against the owner of the former Erie Canal Village seeking to demolish a dilapidated structure on the property and to remove all restrictions to the land owned by RHS, among other demands. more
The New Hartford, Westmoreland and Rome City Schools winter guards competed at the Mid-York Color Guard Circuit Championships, and the New Hartford Indoor Percussion Ensemble competed in the New York State Percussion Circuit Championships. more
A project to plant trees in the city of Utica is coming back after a successful campaign last year, according to project officials. more
The Rome Art Association meeting on Thursday, April 6, will feature an exhibition opening reception for “Evoking Emotion.” more
A wandering soul, Old Phoebe was a colorful local eccentric — who is now being remembered and honored with a historical marker installed in Patane Park. more
At one point in your life, you’ve probably stood in front of your closet, staring blankly at a sea of clothes, and felt as if you had nothing to wear. more
Since grocery store egg prices have gone up over the last few months, some people are looking into keeping backyard chicken coops for eggs and meat. See video in the article. more
National Grid has committed $75,000 to ICAN’s Family Resource Center through their Project C Neighborhood Investment Program grant. more
Four members of the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways Council, including Morgan Herringshaw of Mohawk, were among those representing the Girl Scouts 67th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations headquarters. more
The Capitol Theatre, 220 West Dominick Street, will screen the movie “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” on Friday. more
From a local Adirondacks nature lover to the original author of “Roots,” six past and present Romans will be inducted this year into the Rome Arts Hall of Fame. more
The Canastota Public Library Board of Trustees will hold an informational meeting about the fiscal year 2023-2024 Budget. more
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, the 104-year-old arts organization in Utica, has rebranded to clarify their identity and shared their vision for the future of the arts campus. more
Author Peter Goodfriend has released his new book, “The Little Boys Who Touched the Sky,” about the magic and joy that are a part of childhood. more
Keep an eye to the sky this week for a chance to see a planetary hangout. more
PARP for the Herkimer Elementary School will last until Monday, April 3. Students are asked to read with a partner for at least 20 minutes on at least five out of seven nights. more
Four days of events and exhibitions are on tap for Spring Weekend from March 30 to April 2 at Munson-Williams, 310 Genesee St. more
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