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ATLANTA — The coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic has created unique challenges for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  To address them, the Centers for Disease Control and … more
A new analysis from the New York State Health Foundation found that early childhood vaccination coverage for diseases including measles, mumps, and chickenpox increased in New York State between 2018 … more
NEW YORK — A proposed rate increase by National Grid, while lower than the amount the utility company was planning to originally apply for, has drawn the ire from 36 upstate elected officials, who … more
The Parkway Center will hold a Fall Registration Week at both of its locations: The Parkway Center, 220 Memorial Parkway in Utica, and Parkway at the Beach at the Gwilt Apartments in Verona Beach. … more
LATHAM — Maj. Gen. Raymond F. Shields, adjutant general for New York, has announced the recent promotion of Lt. Col. Charles Kemp from New Hartford in recognition of his capability for additional … more
CANASTOTA — The Page Wildlife Center’s Birds of Prey show will be one of many attractions at the Great Swamp Conservancy’s 19th Annual Fall Migration Festival to be held Saturday, Sept. 18, … more
The Mohawk Valley and Central New York were once the premier cheesemaking regions of the United States, which will be the topic of discussion for Oneida County History Center’s next presentation to … more
LOWVILLE — Organizers of the annual Cream Cheese Festival in downtown Lowville have announced this year’s event will return in a modified format Saturday, Sept. 18. Last year’s event was … more
“I want to help the people left behind.” For Faziya Nematy, of Schenectady, the desire to assist refugees, and even members of her own extended family, make it out of the violence that has … more
ALBANY (AP) — New York lawmakers voted Wednesday to extend an eviction moratorium for tenants who fell behind on their rent because of hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Gov. Kathy Hochul, … more
On Tuesday, there were 27 COVID-19 deaths across the state and by Wednesday afternoon, the statewide seven-day infection rate had measured in at 3.36%, according to information from Gov. Kathy … more
LENOX — For years, the Lenox Skate Park has been a place for kids and teens to stretch their legs, bust out their boards, scooters, and bikes, and have some summer fun. But just like summer, the … more
SYLVAN BEACH — The East Coast Watercross Tour Championship will be held in Sylvan Beach on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 11-12. The event will feature professional personal watercraft riders in … more
NEW HARTFORD — Sangertown Square will hold an in-person job fair in the shopping mall’s Center Court on Tuesday, Sept. 21, from 3 to 7 p.m. The Get Hired Job Fair is sponsored by Upstate Family … more
UTICA — The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce will hold its September Business After Hours event at Northwestern Mutual, 19 Campion Road in New Hartford, on Tuesday, Sept. 21, from 5 to 7 p.m.  … more
LATHAM — Maj. Gen. Raymond F. Shields, adjutant general for New York, has announced the promotion of Cleveland resident Nancy Peterson to captain at the 224th Air Defense Group in recognition of … more
SYRACUSE — On Thursday, members of New York Disability Advocates, Access CNY, the Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York, and the Arc Chapters of New York, Onondaga, Oneida-Lewis and … more
CHITTENANGO — The Clear Path Canteen reopened today with the Clear Path team, led by Chef Michael Sheets, hosting the agency’s first canteen luncheon since March 2020. The complimentary weekly … more
It all started as a chance encounter on Facebook — a friend reaching out to an old friend to see how she was doing — that turned into a real-life “James Bond” mission for two New Hartford … more
On Tuesday, Gov. Kathy Hochul reviewed new measures to combat the COVID-19 Delta variant and updated New Yorkers on the state’s progress combating the virus, as the statewide seven-day average … more
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