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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
SYRACUSE — Caregivers and advocates for the elderly are praising legislation, signed into law today, that enacts a system of personal and compassionate caregiving visitation in the state’s … more
CANASTOTA — The village of Canastota and the Canastota Public Library (102 W. Center St.) are pairing up to provide activities for kids, ages 10 and up, during the April School Break week. This is … more
In a Tuesday update statement, it was noted that the statewide average positivity rate was 4.28% and there were 61 COVID-19 deaths in New York state on Monday. In Oneida County, March 29 brought 37 … more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-Marcy, will hold a virtual town hall at 4 p.m. on Monday, April 5, at 4 p.m. via Zoom. The meeting will allow Buttenschon to answer questions and provide … more
UTICA — The Oneida County Opioid Task Force and its Overdose Response Team have launched a public-facing data dashboard that tracks key information pertaining to drug overdoses and trends in … more
NEW HARTFORD — The Mohawk Valley Health System has open vaccination appointments for Tuesday, March 30, at its vaccination POD located in the MVHS Burrstone House, 1710 Burrstone Road in New … more
New York State has opened up vaccine eligibility to additional population groups as the state continues to combat the pandemic virus. In the latest numbers, the average COVID-19 statewide positivity … more
UTICA — The City of Utica will partner with two other municipalities for a pair of demolition projects, Mayor Robert Palmieri announced. Utica’s Department of Public Works will complete … more
New York lawmakers are finalizing an agreement to legalize recreational marijuana sales to adults over the age of 21, a state legislative leader said Wednesday. The legislation is meeting heavy … more
In special county Ways and Means, and Legislature meetings held Friday, a Republican county election commissioner was appointed. The new commissioner, Nichole Shortell, of Camden, will earn an annual … more
UTICA — State and local officials are reporting that new cases and positivity rates are holding steady — but they are urging residents not to abandon the practices that have helped to somewhat … more
Recently, the Upstate Jobs Party, an independent political organization seeking to improve economic conditions and seeking governmental reforms in New York, held its first meeting of a legislative … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A new federal effort announced Thursday will help people with chronic kidney disease who require dialysis receive COVID-19 vaccinations through their dialysis clinic. People on … more
ORISKANY — Land marked for conservation in Oriskany Flats Wildlife Management Area is being used for target shooting, and some local residents are calling on the state Department of Environmental … more
SYRACUSE — The 11:59 p.m., April 15, deadline remains for filing proofs of claim in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Syracuse New York’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding as Judge Margaret Cangilos- … more
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