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MARCY — A new online master of science degree in health informatics, and $246,000 awarded for hands-on training in energy storage technologies and grid modernization, were announced by SUNY … more
HOLLAND PATENT — Marking the recent National School Librarian Day and National Library Week, which runs through April 10, the Holland Patent school district announced “extra recognition to our … more
The Fort Stanwix Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, have announced the winners of its recent essay contest, What the Flag of the United States Means to Me. Winners are: Kaden … more
The annual Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Challenge Competition for high school students, canceled a year ago due to COVID-19 concerns, is back this year and will be held virtually in a Zoom … more
Technology usage and related needs were among topics addressed by teachers during a Rome school district task force meeting that sought their feedback on education during the COVID-19 pandemic as … more
More details on a return to full in-person learning for Oriskany, and a Vernon-Verona-Sherrill (VVS) reminder about safety procedures while traveling, were among school district announcements … more
CLINTON — Pyu Pyu Win, of Utica, a first-year student at Hamilton College, has been selected as a service intern for Hamilton’s Community Outreach and Opportunity Program (COOP). The COOP … more
Preparations ahead of scheduled moves to full in-person learning for Holland Patent and Whitesboro, plus spring sports details for Oriskany, were among the latest school district announcements … more
ORISKANY — Lacey Gruet has been named the Oriskany Central School (OCS) Class of 2021 valedictorian, and Andrew Pysnik has been named the Class of 2021 salutatorian, the school district announced. … more
Madison-Oneida BOCES has inducted 85 members of the Class of 2021 into its chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS), recognizing excellence in career and technical education (CTE), … more
HERKIMER — Herkimer County Community College has been reaccredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). Through accreditation, Middle States mandates that its member … more
FREDONIA — State University of New York at Fredonia School of Music Associate Professor of Music Education Jill Reese and graduate student Christina Carissimo presented their study, “LGBTQ Music … more
CLINTON — Six faculty members have been approved for tenure by Hamilton College’s Board of Trustees at its recent meeting. Those receiving tenure are: Dr. Catherine Beck, Ph.D, geosciences; Dr. … more
Although the end of its prior season and the start of its current one were disrupted by COVID-19 impacts, the Rome Free Academy VEX Robotics Club’s Black Knights team has rebounded with strong … more
NEW HARTFORD — Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES New Visions: Health Professions coordinator/teacher and work-based learning coordinator Kimberly Petronella was recently announced as the 2020-2021 … more
VERONA — Nominating petition forms for candidates seeking one available seat on the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill school district Board of Education in the May 18 election can be obtained beginning today … more
Redeemer Church, 129 N. Washington St., will be Rome school district’s new Third Ward voting location in the upcoming annual district election on May 18. The site, in place of Rome City Hall, was … more
Changes in property tax rates for the five municipalities in the Rome school district would range from a 0.3% decrease in one municipality to increases between 1.5% and 4.4% in the other four, based … more
Rome Free Academy senior Theodore Allah is among 12 area students in this year’s Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA) program through Mohawk Valley Community College that includes students developing … more
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