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With Prince’s “Raspberry Beret” blaring in the background, about 20 New Hampshire educators grabbed wooden sticks and began pounding their tables to the beat. more
The Believe 271 Foundation Inc. has announced the winners of its scholarship in conjunction with New York State Tool Company. more
The Madison-Oneida Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, Sept. 1. more
Mohawk Valley Community College announced the following new appointments and employee title changes as approved by the Board of Trustees at its Aug. 15 meeting ... more
The city of Utica, in collaboration with the Muslim Community Association of Mohawk Valley, the Slocum-Dickson Foundation and ICNARelief, will be hosting its annual book bag giveaway and free … more
Travel back in time to the age of the dinosaurs as the Museum of Science & Technology in Syracuse reopens its famous life-sized dinosaur exhibit, now with some new updates and improvements. more
As teachers return to classrooms for the start of the new school year, local Dunkin’ locations are brewing up the perfect way to say “thank you” to those who go above and beyond for students. … more
The Rome Free Academy class of 1952 celebrated its 70th reunion Saturday, Aug. 20, at The Franklin in Rome. more
The New York Mills Class of 1972 celebrated its 50th reunion on Saturday, Aug. 6 at The Roselawn. more
The Madison Central School District received a Student Mental Health Support Grant from the New York State Office of Mental Health. more
In response to rising prices and inflation, the Leatherstocking Council of the BSA is offering to cover the registration costs of new scouts into its program. more
The second annual Pioneer Pitch-In took place Thursday when first-year and transfer students were provided with the opportunity to aid and support local nonprofit organizations. more
The State Education Department awarded more than $7 million in grants authorized by the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Act, with Utica City Schools receiving a three-year award. more
The Rome Free Academy Class of 1977 reunion committee is welcoming Rome Catholic High School classmates from that same year to join in its 45th reunion celebration the weekend of Sept. 30. more
Elmira College recently announced this year’s recipients of its annual Key Award. This year’s award was given to 761 students across 14 states and Puerto Rico. more
Utica University celebrated its annual move-in day by welcoming 556 new students to its campus. more
With the start of the new school year only a couple of weeks away, several school districts around Oneida County are looking to beef up security ... more
The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization and the National Association of Scholars have joined forces to offer three courses to a national audience, using Zoom. … more
In an email sent to the Utica University community on Monday, the academic institution announced the upcoming retirement of its president, Laura Casamento. more
It may have been a little gloomy on Wednesday, but that didn’t put a damper on Kris-Tech’s Hungry for Education event at the copper wire manufacturer’s Rome headquarters. more
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