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Now more than ever, the American Heart Association and Sovena USA are ready to honor someone who has made significant improvements to their health. It always sounds straightforward, eating better and … more
UTICA — Rep. Claudia L. Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, has announced details for the 2021 Congressional Art Competition which is open to students in 11th and 12th grade who live in the 22nd District. … more
UTICA — M&T Bank/Partners Trust Bank Charitable Fund has awarded $160,400 in grants to seven local nonprofits in the first quarter of 2021. The charitable fund, a donor-advised fund of The … more
Oneida County is seeking input from landlords financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in order to disperse more than $6 million in federal rental assistance funding, according to a release. … more
NEW HARTFORD — First Source Federal Credit Union is helping the Young Scholars LPP with its fundraising efforts through GotSneakers, a sneaker recycling organization, which will compensate up to $3 … more
REMSEN — Treat yourself to a dinner and welcome spring with Food Trucks in Remsen, on Saturday, March 20. Brake From the Grind, Doughboy’s BBQ, and Stathis Greek food trucks will be parked at … more
State Sen. Joseph Griffo, R-47, Rome, is asking the state Department of Health to review the recently updated federal guidance allowing for expanded nursing home visitation and revise the state’s … more
NEW HARTFORD — Sangertown Square is assisting Food 4 Hunger with a bottle and can drive on March 27. Food 4 Hunger provides a warm meal to individuals that have limited access or mobility to obtain … more
UTICA — Rescue Mission of Utica will host Easter dinner with dessert on Sunday, April 4. Dinner and dessert with a printed Easter reading will be available for takeout only at 201 Rutger St., from … more
Nearly $15 million has been awarded to support agricultural water quality conservation projects across the state, through the Agricultural Nonpoint Source Abatement and Control program, according to … more
In a Wednesday press conference announcing strategies to reopen schools in Oneida County so students could return to in person learning, Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. noted that the … more
VERONA — “The confirmation of Deb Haaland as the United States’ first Native American secretary of interior represents a remarkable moment for our nation,” said Ray Halbritter, Oneida Indian … more
HOLLAND PATENT — ​Over the past 30 years, Foothills Rural Community Ministry has sought to serve the needs of its rural community in Central New York. Its first program, the Food Pantry, began by … more
ALBANY — Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has announced that wedding receptions and catered events can now resume statewide. All venues hosting weddings and catered events must follow the state’s strict … more
On Friday, Oneida County will partner with Upstate Family Health Center to administer 500 COVID-19 vaccinations to homebound residents and those living in residential facilities, according to a … more
HINCKLEY — The popular Hinckley Day Use Area would get a significant upgrade under a plan proposed by the state Department of Environmental Conservation — with the site on the Hinckley Reservoir … more
UTICA — The average cost of a gallon of gas is up 6 cents from last week across New York, according to a review of prices by AAA. The new statewide average is $2.89 per gallon — 29 cents higher … more
A pair of local projects will benefit from funding of roughly $2 million out of nearly $13 million that was awarded to 14 projects through the second round of the state’s “Buildings of … more
LATHAM — The Eastern Air Defense Sector and the New York Air National Guard’s 224th Air Defense Group have named Tech. Sgt. Frank Balash, of Ava, as EADS’ outstanding noncommissioned officer. … more
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