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A sixth-grade student at Bradley Elementary School in New Hartford, has been named the grand prize winner of the Oneida County Conservation Days 2022 Poster Contest. more
Mohawk Valley Community College’s graphic design degree program was asked by the city of Utica to create branding for the Youth Bureau and the new Utica Proud Initiative. more
Several Rome Free Academy student musicians were commended by the district Board of Education and Superintendent Peter Blake at their regular monthly meeting on Monday. more
Berkshire Bank, with financial centers in New England and New York, is now accepting applications for its foundation’s NeXt Gen Scholarship Awards Program. 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
As Herkimer Central School District sixth grader Brett Saunders walked Dec. 7 in a procession of American Red Cross Real Heroes Celebration award recipients, his thoughts were elsewhere. more
Herkimer-Fulton-Hamilton-Otsego BOCES ninth and 10th graders in the READiTEC program recently completed a culinary unit. more
Members of the Hamilton Central School FFA chapter once again worked like Santa’s elves Dec. 8 to create care baskets for special community members. more
Eight students at Mohawk Valley Community College have been inducted into Spire, a national honor society. more
Walking into Hamilton Central School on Oct. 15 for the first multi-district Mathletics competition of the school year was like walking into my own past. more
The Utica City Schools Board of Education once again welcomed several of its students’ groups to join them Dec. 13 at their regular monthly meeting. more
Griffiss Institute (GI) and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) announced a new partnership to expand access to high-quality educational. 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
Clinton Central School District residents voted Tuesday to approve an $18 million capital improvement project by a vote of 258 yes to 46 no.  more
Andrew L. Russell has been appointed Officer In Charge of SUNY Polytechnic Institute by SUNY Interim Chancellor Deborah F. Stanley. 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
Representatives from the CNY Farm Progress Show presented Mount Markham FFA members with a Best of Show award Dec. 1 and a check for $300. 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
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