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Utica University’s President Laura Casamento, along with university Board of Trustees Chair Bob Brvenik, announced Academic Portfolio Review recommendations. more
This year, the HPRTA awarded three educational grants of $100 each to Holland Patent educators. more
Suspended Utica City School District Superintendent Bruce Karam has responded to recent claims made against him by filing a federal complaint. more
The Central New York Show Choir Festival will showcase 11 schools in its 11th year Friday, Jan. 20 in the Rome Free Academy auditorium, 95 Dart Circle. more
The State University of New York at Oswego is now formally recognized as a university. more
Deborah Guarneiri knows the healing power of playing music and thinks everyone should be able to enjoy the fun of playing the ukulele. more
Current and past students from Rome Free Academy will once again combine their talents this Saturday on the school stage, recalling their many musical performances over recent years. more
They say a church is the people and not the building, and Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES is the same, said District Superintendent Patricia Kilburn more
High upon a hill overlooking the SUNY Morrisville campus — students, faculty, and staff are working long before the sun rises. more
After a student recently saw a local news report about the need for food at the Rome Rescue Mission, the Notre Dame Junior/Senior High School Food Pantry responded by sending out much-needed items. more
Mohawk Valley Community College was the top-scoring team in the Fall Math League Competition held by the New York State Mathematics Association of Two-Year Colleges. more
Delivering wreaths to Arlington National Cemetery last year as part of the National Wreaths Across America outreach was the “highest honor” for Walmart truck driver Hal Coleates. more
In the wake of Cazenovia College announcing its spring 2023 semester will be its last, some enrolled students are already looking to jump ship, and some are looking at Utica University. more
The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Central School District’s proposed $41,850,000 capital project was voted down 590-527 by district residents Tuesday. more
After being served official notification of pending legal action against four of its members and the district’s acting superintendent, the Utica School Board responded with actions of their own. more
Officials are expressing their opposition to yesterday’s announcement that SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering will be moving to the University at Albany.  more
The People First/Utica Municipal Housing Authority organization celebrated its 10-year affiliation with the AmeriCorps program with a graduation ceremony and dinner at The Club Monarch. more
The College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Marcy will be returning to the University at Albany, following a vote by the SUNY Board of Trustees. more
The Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Central School, 5275 Route 31, is hosting the return of its free Senior Citizens Holiday Breakfast at 9 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 22. more
It’s been a whirlwind of emotions in the village as one of its core businesses, Cazenovia College, announced it will be closing its doors after the spring semester. more
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