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Westmoreland Central School Marching Band, under the direction of band teacher Kristyn Cutler, is heading to Washington, D.C. to perform in the National Independence Day Parade. more
The former Fort Stanwix Elementary School building, 110 W. Linden St., remains on the market — and will continue to be offered for sale by the Pyramid Brokerage Company ... more
For nearly a quarter-century, Mary Kay Junglen has been a fixture of the Sherrill-Kenwood Free Library, 543 Sherrill Road, helping the community access a host of services, materials and programs, … more
The New Hartford Senior High School Class of 2022 looked forward to their future and all that comes with it before a packed crowd at the Stanley Theatre in Utica. more
Students from Thomas R. Proctor High School gathered on Friday at the Adirondack Bank Center at the Utica Memorial Auditorium as they celebrated one of the largest commencement ceremonies in the area. more
Congress passed a bill Friday that aims to keep up the expanded, pandemic-era distribution of free meals for all students this summer. more
“I said why don’t we have a Little Free Library so that people can understand what an enormous influence Black lives have had on American culture,” Linda LeTendre, leader of the Saratoga Peace Alliance, said. more
Two up-and-coming high school students are looking to bring robotics to the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill High School curriculum. more
With themes of hope, perseverance and living life to its fullest, teachers, administration and staff at the New York State School for the Deaf sent two graduates out into the world ... more
Students, teachers, staff and fellow students wave goodbye to a departing bus at Stokes Elementary School, 9095 Turin Road, on Thursday. more
As a part of their curriculum, Utica University sports management students will learn and gain experience in every aspect of running a professional sports facility, from ticketing to marketing and running tournaments. more
The Holland Patent Central School District, family, friends and community members gathered on Friday night on the high school athletic field to help 102 new graduates celebrate. more
Whitesboro High School’s graduating class of 2022 celebrated their hard work and achievement during their commencement exercises. more
It was time to get slimed. more
The Masonic Medical Research Institute, 2150 Bleecker St., has announced the start of its Summer Fellowship Program for 2022. more
The New York State School Boards Association honored the MOBOCES Career and Technical Education Automotive Technology program with a Champions of Change Award. more
On Friday, June 3, DiNitto Farm in Marcy hosted hundreds of youth  from across the region to tour the farm and learn about agriculture. more
Assemblyman Brian Miller and Assemblyman Robert Smullen are calling for the passage of a bill which would allow schools to purchase whole and 2% milk from local dairy producers. more
The 2022 Boilermaker Road Race Ted Petrillo Scholarship was given to four local high school seniors who have shown outstanding achievement and commitment in distance running. more
A special meeting of the Rome City School District Board of Education was convened on Thursday... more
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