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The Rome Lab/Rome Research Site facility at Griffiss park is being closed to all but mission-essential employees from noon Tuesday until the end of the day Dec. 15, due to COVID-19 cases. The total … more
NEW HARTFORD — Sangertown Square and Feed Our Vets have teamed up to host a contactless food drive to benefit local veterans and their families. The drive-thru food drive will be held on Sunday, … more
Fifty-five uncounted ballots from early voting in the Nov. 3 election were found in Chenango County, potentially adding a further complication in the undecided outcome of the 22nd Congressional … more
Oneida County reported 148 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, the third-highest one-day total so far during the pandemic. The new positive tests left the county with 1,726 known active cases as the … more
The Universal Bookkeeper business of Utica has been named as a New York Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Growth Company of the Year, said the Mohawk Valley SBDC. At Universal Bookkeeper, a … more
NORWICH — In continued appreciation of its hometown friends and neighbors, Chobani is hosting its sixth annual Community Giveaway. This year, in support of statewide health and safety measures to … more
To help meet the unprecedented level of need this holiday season, Walmart and The Salvation Army Empire State Division are working together to make it easier for people to help others this Christmas. … more
Oneida County has nearly four times the number of known active cases of COVID-19 as at its spring peak even before results begin to reflect an expected surge after Thanksgiving. After the county … more
TOWN OF LEE — Two members of the town Board of Fire Commissioners will be running unopposed on the ballot in a Dec. 8 fire district election for two available seats on the board. They include … more
CHITTENANGO — Clear Path for Veterans distributed more than 500 Thanksgiving meal kits to veterans experiencing food insecurity this Thanksgiving holiday across New York, New England, and … more
Coronavirus cases and related hospitalizations climbed Friday in New York and the Mohawk Valley, according to state and local officials. New York reported a record high in testing for COVID-19 … more
Genealogy enthusiasts are invited to meet professional genealogist Pamela Vittorio during a virtual Oneida County History Center talk at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 5., to learn how DNA testing can be … more
CLINTON — Clinton Historical Society, 1 Fountain St., has released its 2020 Christmas ornament and is encouraging members and the community to send in their holiday greetings again this year. … more
For many children during the holiday season, there is nothing as exciting as getting a letter from Santa Claus, and the American Cancer Society is teaming up with the Jolly Old Elf to make that … more
Oneida County legislators are scheduled to consider a 2021 budget trimmed by about $5 million from the current spending plan because of COVID-19 and not substantially modified from the county … more
The court case that will likely decide who represents New York’s 22nd District in Congress resumes next week, after at least two media organizations reported incumbent first-term Democrat Anthony … more
The number of COVID-19 cases in Oneida County continues to rise as the pandemic grows locally, in New York and nationally even before a widely expected increase from the Thanksgiving holiday. The … more
The Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority offers the following tips to reduce waste at Thanksgiving: • Oil and grease: The authority accepts used cooking oil and kitchen grease from residents at … more
A Virtual Quantum Collider 2.0 event, featuring various panels, discussions and networking sessions on accelerating quantum research and technology, will be Dec. 1 and 2, announced the Innovare … more
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