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In the first few days using the new weapons detection system at Proctor High School, students and staff have already shaved some 15 minutes of time off the process. more
The Rome City School District Board of Education welcomed new member Jeff DeMatteis at their regular monthly meeting Monday. more
New York State school districts that do not commit to removing any Native American mascots and imagery by the end of the 2022-23 school year may be in violation of the Dignity Act. more
Herkimer Jr./Sr. High School’s Student Council, National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society are once again hard at work on their annual holiday project.  more
During a repatriation ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 9, more than 1,500 funerary objects were returned to the Oneida Indian Nation. more
Mohawk Valley Community College is joining a partnership to provide free training to transitioning service members, National Guard, Army Reserves and their families for careers. more
Thursday was the ideal timing to unveil the new Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Central School District Wall of Honor. more
The New Hartford Marching Spartans stepped out onto the field of the JMA Wireless Dome in Syracuse poised and focused, ready to leave it all out on the field.  more
Nearly 50 veterans were saluted Thursday as Stokes Elementary School students welcomed in some very special loved ones for their annual Veterans Day ceremony. more
James Daino has been baking since he was just a child of maybe 8 or 9 years old, learning at the apron of his mother Rose while watching her as they tried new recipes together. more
More than 100 students from colleges and high schools across the state met at Mohawk Valley Community College Saturday for the excitement of the annual CNY Hackathon. more
The Boonville Police Department will be cracking down on drivers at crosswalks after repeated violations at Boonville Elementary School on Post Street, according to department officials. more
“Give a man a mile of road and he can go a mile. Give a man a mile of runway and he can go anywhere.” CommuteAir Recruiting Manager Kwasi Bandoh quoted. more
The New Hartford Central School District recently asked its stakeholders to answer a survey to define where they feel the district is doing well and where improvement is needed. more
Following a stabbing incident Monday at Proctor High School, acting Superintendent Brian Nolan wants students to remember that if they see something, they should say something. more
Mohawk Valley Community College will offer a series of tours for students interested in majoring in hospitality programs at its Rome campus, 1101 Floyd Ave. more
The Rome Free Academy Marching Band becomes a “second family” for its members, said Director Stephen Russell. more
The COVID-19 pandemic spared no state or region as it caused historic learning setbacks for America’s children, according to reports. more
Youngsters of all ages are invited to Science Night in the laboratories of Eckel Hall and Eddy Hall at Cazenovia College from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 27. more
Rome Free Academy senior Joe Corigliano admits he isn’t really the best student in a classroom — but get him in an educational experience outside of it. more
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