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BLOSSVALE — A Blossvale couple has claimed their $96 million jackpot prize from the Mega Millions drawing held on Feb. 16 Leonard and Lorraine Padavan of Blossvale have claimed the $96 million … more
UTICA — Counties making up more than 1 million New Yorkers may be unable to participate in mobile sports betting if tribal nations are cut out of the final bill, according to local officials, who … more
ILION — The United Mine Workers of America announced Friday that it has reached a letter of agreement that will pave the way for reopening the former Remington Arms plant in Ilion. The letter … more
LATHAM — Senior Airman Tyler Kulesa, of Utica, a mission systems technician with the 224th Support Squadron at the Eastern Air Defense Sector, has reenlisted in the New York Air National Guard, … more
LATHAM — Maj. Gen. Raymond F. Shields, adjutant general for New York, has announced the promotion of MSgt. Heather Johnson, of Rome. Johnson is the noncommissioned officer-in-charge of … more
Heather Hage has been selected as the new president and CEO of the Griffiss Institute following a national search, announced the Griffiss park-based organization. Hage will seek to expand the … more
TOWN OF LEE — A reduced speed limit for a road on the outskirts of Lee Center, plus a subdivision intersection becoming a four-way stop, are among changes on town roadways. The moves, addressed at … more
WESTERNVILLE — The Western Town Library Board of Trustees will host a takeout only fish dinner fundraiser on Friday, April 9, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the American Legion, 9379 Route 46. Prices start … more
In the late 1800s, Central New York grew 80% of the hops in the United States. And while a number of factors brought a swift end to things in the 1920s, the once-great industry is striving to make a … more
UTICA — State Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-47, Rome, along with fellow senate and assembly members have called on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to release needed relief to tenants and landlords across the state. … more
UTICA — The Mohawk Valley Health System has adjusted its visitation policy as a result of updated guidance from the New York State Department of Health. The new visiting hour guidelines are as … more
Among Thursday announcements, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said that to date, 45 million COVID-19 test results have been reported to the state. This, underscoring the past year during which testing, vaccines … more
FLOYD — The Floyd Town Board has approved the following opening and usage schedules for various town facilities: Floyd Town Park — Beginning, Thursday, April 1, town park playground facilities … more
UTICA — Make-A-Wish Central New York has launched its “Wish Heroes” campaign in its bid to help nearly 200 critically ill children make their wishes come true. Around this time of year, … more
According to legislative leaders, here are some of the highlights of the legislation: Job Creation A report by Whitney Economics found that in 2020 alone – during a pandemic that caused millions of … more
ALBANY — The state Department of Environmental Conservation urges hikers to postpone hikes on trails above 2,500 feet until high elevation trails have dried and hardened. As snow and ice continue … more
As conditions relating to COVID-19 improve, limitations on the amount of staff working on-site at the Rome Lab/Rome Research Site facility at Griffiss park are being eased. Starting today, the … more
Area legislators were nearly united in opposition to the new law legalizing recreational marijuana with some saying it will help correct the “over-criminalization” of marijuana while others … more
While the state continues to implement a COVID-19 vaccine program, officials are also working to reopen more of the locked down economy and provide protocols to follow in order to accomplish this … more
(AP) — New Yorkers over the age of 21 can now possess and use up to 3 ounces of cannabis in public under a legalization bill signed Wednesday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, while sales of recreational-use … more
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