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Connected Community Schools is an initiative which combines efforts of more than 200 businesses and community-based agencies in pursuit of finding solutions to challenges facing students, their families and the school community. more
The Rome Chapter NAACP will host its annual High School Senior Night, with special guest and speaker Dr. Todd Alden Marshall. more
A pair of local students have been honored for academic excellence with inclusion on the dean’s list for the spring 2022 semester at Hudson Valley Community College. more
Herkimer College announced in-state tuition and fee rates for the 2022-23 academic year will remain the same. more
A Sauquoit Valley High School junior is spreading her anti-bullying message through her own personal story, which was published in the latest book from the Freedom Writer Foundation ... more
Kirkland Town Library, 55 1/2 College St., is introducing a new summer reading challenge for community members beginning Tuesday, May 31. For the second summer, KTL is competing against … more
The Adirondack Communities Advisory League has announced that the 2022 annual Environmental Scholarship Award has been awarded to Kenzie Karpinski, daughter of Michael and Maryann … more
A member of the Mohican Model A Ford Club, recently presented a $500 Snap-On Tools gift card to a Morrisville College Automotive Department student. more
The Rome Free Academy/Rome Catholic High School Classes of 1972 will gather for a combined class reunion on Aug. 26-27. Invitations will mailed soon, organizers said. To report an address change of … more
Several area residents are among students at Nazareth College who have been honored for academic excellence with inclusion on the college’s dean’s list for the spring 2022 semester. … more
Shaye Gardinier, of New Hartford, was recently initiated into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, according to an announcement from the honor society. Gardinier was initiated at Russell … more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy announced a joint letter sent to the governor to discuss the importance of Wolfspeed and SUNY Polytechnic’s Marcy campus in the Mohawk Valley. more
The New York State School for the Deaf celebrated its Softball Team Senior Night at its last home game  recently. more
A group of teens who have been studying safe operating of machinery and practicing the operation passed their driving test and written exam to complete the 4H Tractor Safety Certification course … more
The Utica City School District Board of Education met to decide how to handle the vacant seat left by the resignation of former member Anthony LaPolla. more
Mid-York Library System will start the Mid-York Library Road Trip event beginning June 1. This summer, children, adults and families are welcome to join a three-month trip to visit 45 … more
GPO Federal Credit Union has awarded scholarships to four high school seniors to help finance their college education. The Credit Union Association of New York independently judged … more
Notre Dame Junior/Senior High School will honor 36 graduates from the Greater Utica area, including Rome and Herkimer, at its graduation ceremony at 6 p.m. Friday, June 10, in the Michael … more
Congresswoman Claudia Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, congratulated Mohawk Valley Community College and Binghamton University on receiving federal Upward Bound grants, which allow the schools to help … more
A member of the Utica City School District’s Board of Education has resigned after some sleuthing from some concerned Utica residents revealed he no longer resided in the district. more
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