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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
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
On Monday, New York’s COVID-19 average positivity rate was 4.57%, and there were 58 COVID-19 deaths across the state on Sunday. Gov. Andrew Cuomo continued to urge social distancing and adherence … more
CLINTON — A 95-year-old hero was recognized Thursday for helping to liberate a small town in the Netherlands during World War II back on Sept. 12, 1944, when he was a young private first-class … more
Oneida County Health Department officials reported 33 new positive COVID-19 cases and one new COVID-related death on Friday, bring the total number of deaths as a result of the coronavirus to 400 … more
TOWN OF LEE — The doors have opened at a newly built Dollar General store on Turin Road/Route 26, prompting discussion at the Town Board meeting Tuesday night about some follow-up details such as … more
In a release of the newest numbers related to COVID-19 in New York state on Thursday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo noted that hospitalizations dropped to 4,735, the lowest since Dec. 6.  Further, the average … more
On March 9, Oneida County saw 34 new positive cases of COVID-19 and two new COVID-19 related deaths. There were 24 patients hospitalized in Oneida County with three at Rome Health and 21 in Mohawk … more
REMSEN — The popular old-school ice cream spot Wards Drive-In on Route 365 in the Remsen is for sale. The current owners, Janet and LeRoy Grogan with their daughter Heather Schantz and her husband … more
UTICA — The Mohawk Valley Health System received a gift of $50 million from the Wynn Family Foundation — the largest in MVHS’s history. “We also believe it’s the biggest gift given in this … more
COVID-19 cases are continuing to slowly, but steadily, decline in the county, region and state, according to figures released on Thursday by the state Department of Health. There were 7,953 positive … more
A Laurel Street couple are being hailed for not just helping a poor, furry soul come in from the cold — but in the process reunite the wayward feline and his owner. Larry Ehlinger and his wife, … more
Oneida County and the Oneida Indian Nation will partner to host a COVID-19 vaccine distribution site — part of a county effort to make the vaccinations more accessible to residents. The county is … more
UTICA — There were 24 new positive COVID-19 cases reported in Oneida County on Tuesday, continuing the trend of fewer positive cases over the past several weeks. The two-dozen cases brought the … more
UTICA — Dozens of people arrived early Monday to receive COVID-19 vaccinations at a “pop-up” clinic at the Tabernacle Baptist Church, 13 Clark Place. The event — which began at 10 a.m. and … more
Although weather conditions Monday scrapped a scheduled in-person appearance at Rome Lab by Gen. Arnold W. Bunch Jr., commander of Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC), lab officials successfully … more
WESTERNVILLE — The maple business is “kind of new to us,” says Peter Donahue, who has been running a farm for about 25 years but has been tapping trees there for only about six years and … more
OLD FORGE — As people dream of warm summer months and the fun they bring, Enchanted Forest Water Safari is ready to welcome them with open arms this summer. Water parks like Enchanted Forest have … more
Vaccine distribution was the primary COVID-19 topic of discussion on Monday for state and local officials. In a Monday briefing, Gov Andrew Cuomo noted that due to recent winter storms across the … more
CAMDEN — The Camden Public Library was there for her — and now Jessica Travers says, it is her turn to help the library she and her children love. The Taberg mother said she couldn’t overstate … more
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