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If you decide to settle in and watch “Your Place or Mine” to see the sparks fly between Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher, you’ll be initially disappointed. more
The Rome Branch NAACP has a trio of Black History Month events coming up at the Jervis Public Library. more
It’s not very common for the Mohawk Valley to experience a thunderstorm well into winter, but that surprise was exactly what Mother Nature brought with her Friday morning. more

The City of Rome along with the project consultant, CLA Site, will host the first of three public meetings Thursday, Feb. 23. more
It’s a given that when the Great Backyard Bird Count begins today, Steve and Janet Kistler of Hart County, Kentucky, will be joining in. more
Keaton & Lloyd Bookshop, 236 W. Dominick St., will offer a Dungeons & Dragons “Meet and Geek” event at 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18. more
New and experienced potters are invited to join Pottery Manager Alaina Hall and Assistant Manager Kristen Martin for two multi-week classes starting on Feb. 21. more
A group of children walk past some new playground equipment at Proctor Park, behind the athletic field, off of Culver Avenue in Utica on Tuesday. more
The Oneida Public Library will host a Meet the Candidates night at the library on Tuesday, Feb. 28, from 7 to 8 p.m. for this year’s candidates for the library’s board of trustees. more
The Utica Zoo has announced a new addition to its family of animals — as its female white-handed gibbon, Snowflake, gave birth to a healthy baby. See the video clip in the story. more
The National Abolition Hall of Fame and Museum’s third week of Black History Matters Programs begins Feb. 15. more
Hamilton College’s C. Christine Johnson Voices of Color Lecture Series will present “An Evening with Angela Davis,” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23. more
The fan-favorite Chili Bowl Luncheon will celebrate its 16th year at View, the Center for Arts and Culture, from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18. more
Rome Historical Society, 200 Church St., will host the program, “Revivalism and Educational Reform: Roots in Oneida County” with Steve Smits. more
The Rome Community Theater, 8911 Turin Road, welcomes audiences back in the new year with the comedy “Drinking Habits” by Tom Smith. more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., has been selected as a beneficiary of the Hannaford Bloomin’ 4 Good Program for the month of February. more
Annie Bamberger, a student at Holland Patent Elementary School, has been named the winner of the Fifth Grade American History Essay Contest at the New York State level. more
The Museum of Ethnography of Geneva in Switzerland has returned traditional sacred objects, a mask and a rattle, to the Haudenosaunee after 200 years in Switzerland. more
In celebration of the Jewish holiday Purim, Keaton & Lloyd Bookshop, 236 W. Dominick St., is collecting donations of non-perishable food and toiletries to benefit the Rome Rescue Mission. more
The February meeting of the Foothills Weaving and Fiber Arts Guild will give participants an opportunity to practice Kumihumo Braiding, a Japanese braiding technique. more
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