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CAZENOVIA — Cazenovia College is joining a growing group of colleges in New York and other states who are presenting honorary degrees to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. The College Board … more
Those who haven’t had to repay their students loans in over two years can let out another sigh of relief as the White House has extended its pause on federal student loan payments until Aug. 31, … more
The month of March each year is designated as Music in Our Schools Month. In Rome, we are fortunate to have a stellar fine arts program, which includes our music instruction of students in all grade … more
CLINTON — The Clinton Central School District, in partnership with the Flight 93 September 11th Memorial Committee, has announced the First Annual Flight 93 Edward Felt Community Run/Walk Challenge … more
BOONVILLE — Over the past winter, a group of Adirondack Central School sixth-graders competed in the Sphero Global Challenge. The SGC is a contest that gives students the opportunity to go deeper … more
ROME — A total of 828 Romans cast ballots on Tuesday with a majority of 62% approving the referendum seeking approval of a $21,608,018 capital project. The funding is earmarked to perform repairs and … more
ROME — Voters in the Rome City School District can have their say on Tuesday, March 22, on the district’s proposed $21.6 million capital project, which includes repairs and renovations at all of … more
The Rome College Foundation presented several awards at its recent annual scholarship luncheon. Suzanne Carvelli, president of the Rome College Foundation, presented Nikolina deSouza, a student at … more
At its regular meeting, held Thursday, March 10, the Rome Board of Education approved without dissent the expenditure of $16,000 to send Superintendent Peter C. Blake and four board members to … more
ROME — At the regular meeting of the Rome City School District Board of Education on Thursday, Feb. 28, the board was faced with criticism of the handling of Vice President Tanya Davis’ actions at a … more
ONEIDA CASTLE — The Holy Cross Academy, 4020 Barrington Road, will hold an open house from 1:30 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 20. The school is an independent, junior-senior high school, teaching in … more
ROME — At the recent meeting of the Rome City Schools Board of Education, Superintendent Peter C. Blake shared that two information sessions have been scheduled with architects and project managers … more
UTICA — Excellus BlueCross BlueShield has awarded Young Scholars LPP of Utica University a Health Equity Award of $30,000 to support Young Scholars Mental Health Equity Programming. Young Scholars … more
ROME — During its regular meeting on Monday, the members of the Rome Board of Education voted unanimously to accept a proposal from Kelley Bros., based in Jefferson County, in the amount of … more
WHITESBORO — Whitestown Auxiliary Unit #1113 wanted to honor one of its junior members who passed away in 2020 at the age of 12. Alivia Moylan was a member since birth and was a frequent volunteer … more
UTICA — The brothers of Alpha Chi Rho (AXP) at Utica University are freezing, and it’s all for a good cause. The fraternity is conducting their annual Deep Freeze event to raise funds and … more
President of the Rome Board of Education John Nash, has confirmed the board will appoint Danielle Lubecki to an interim term — to begin upon her swearing in at the next regular meeting of the Board … more
ROME - Superintendent of Schools Peter C. Blake and Board of Education President John Nash have confirmed that two formal complaints have been filed with the district regarding alleged violations of … more
ROME — During last week’s regular meeting of the Rome Board of Education on Thursday, Feb. 10, members heard public comments regarding insight into reasons why the district suffers a substitute … more
ROME - Superintendent of Schools Peter C. Blake advised board of education members that “at least one” of the redistricting consultants contracted to guide the district in rearranging its … more
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