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On Monday, there were 28 COVID-19-releated deaths recorded across New York — including one in Oneida County — and the statewide seven-day average infection positivity rate was 3.16%. Locally, the … more
LOWVILLE — An upstate New York hospital will stop delivering babies later this month, in part because of employee resignations over a requirement they be vaccinated against COVID-19. Six maternity … more
REMSEN — Food trucks, music, and crafts are returning to Remsen on Saturday, Sept. 25. This-mini fall festival, a fundraiser for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer and sponsored by the team … more
SHERRILL — The Sherrill-Kenwood Library Art Wall is featuring the works of Mary Tiffin during September. A 95-year-old Sherrill resident, Tiffin is still painting, and her works include acrylic and … more
The Lowville Farmers Co-op has donated $1,000 to assist the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Lewis County 4-H program. The funds were raised during a program held during the Lewis County Fair, and … more
The Living Independently is For Everyone at the Resource Center for Independent Living (LIFE at RCIL) will participate in the National Disability Voter Registration Week activities from Monday, Sept. … more
In Oneida County, figures released on Monday, showed there were 224 new positive cases recorded during the September 10 to 12 time period, and there were four virus-related deaths in the county … more
Former congressman Anthony Brindisi - a current candidate for State Supreme Court Justice in the 5th Judicial District - was endorsed by the Central New York Labor Council, AFL-CIO. The council … more
Rep. Claudia Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, is joining with nine other Congress members to introduce the Care for Her Act, which would establish a new community-based approach to care for expecting … more
UTICA — At a ceremony Friday, state Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, recognized Eve Van de Wal as a 2021 New York State Woman of Distinction.  The award honors women throughout the state who … more
WAMPSVILLE — The Mohican Model A Ford Club will hold its 60th annual Antique Car Show and Flea Market at the Wampsville Firemen’s Field on Sunday, Sept. 12, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is no … more
WHITESBORO — At a somber Friday morning event hosted by The Genesis Group at Hart’s Hill Inn in Whitesboro, the 20th Anniversary 9/11 Prayer Breakfast memorialized the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist … more
MARCY — A cat has tested positive for rabies in the town of Marcy. The cat was sent to the New York State Department of Health Wadsworth Center for testing on Sept. 7 and positive results were … more
There were 43 COVID-19-related deaths across the state on Thursday, and by midday Friday the seven-day average infection positivity rate was measured at 3.30%, according to information from the … more
LATHAM — Twenty years ago, New York Air National Guard Technical Sgt. Jeremy Powell was the first member of the United States military to realize Sept. 11, 2001 was not going to be an ordinary fall … more
HAMILTON — The public is invited to the Good Nature Farm Brewery for the 5th annual Great Chocolate Wrecktoberfest. This event is open to the public and will take place all day Saturday, Sept. 11 … more
Several area public libraries in the 47th state assembly district will receive library construction grant funds, which are supported by a $14 million capital fund appropriation in the 2020-21 state … more
ALBANY — With rising COVID-19 cases across the state, including student-age demographics, Gov. Kathy Hochul has announced the launch of a statewide #VaxtoSchool campaign to urge increasing … more
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