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Seeing their artwork on public display can be a real inspiration for student artists, said Rome City School District Art Teacher Coordinator Mary L. Kernan. more
To ensure that the legacy of Hinckley teen Connor Lynskey lives on, scholarships are awarded each year in his name through the Connor Arthur Lynskey Memorial Scholarship Fund. more
Several local students were recognized for their academic performance at the Rome College Foundation Scholarship Luncheon on Tuesday, Feb. 14. more
Madison-Oneida BOCES recently announced their high honor roll for their Career and Technical Education programs for the second marking period. more
Petitions for Adirondack Central School District board of education candidates seeking placement on the ballot will be available from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting Wednesday, March 1. more
All are invited to the 2023 AdironDUCK Race on Sunday, April 30, at the Oswegatchie Educational Center, 9340 Long Pond Road. more
Griffiss Institute’s first-ever Robotics Camp this week is giving area elementary school-aged children the chance to build LEGOs and enjoy a fun “staycation” during their winter break. See video in the story. more
The Rome City School District Board of Education got a crash course - sometimes literally - in flying remote-controlled quadcopter drones last week during. Check out the video in the story. more
Mother Nature prompted an early tree tapping and sap collection this year for Stockbridge Valley FFA members preparing to process their own maple syrup. more
Katelyn Litwak, of Durhamville, recently received recognition from the State University of New York at Oneonta. more
Mohawk Valley Community College Culinary Arts students are offering a spring luncheon series in a new “modified cafeteria” format. more
The Munson-Williams- Proctor Arts Institute, 310 Genesee St., hosts two free events Thursday, Feb. 23 and two new Museum of Art exhibitions to view this month.  more
Nominations of high school sophomores, juniors and seniors from Oneida and Herkimer counties are being sought for the 23rd annual Students Inside Albany conference. more
An expected New York State aid contribution of 86%, coupled with the leveraging of existing debt service schedules as previous debt ends, will mean the project will include no tax increase to Whitesboro district residents. more
Recently proposed cuts would lead to sunsetting 15 majors offered at Utica University. See video from the "Rally to Save Utica" hosted by those opposing the cuts, in the article. more
Students at Thomas R. Proctor High School got a glimpse into the real world during the school’s annual Career Day on Thursday. more
Fourteen Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES students received recognition at this year’s SkillsUSA Area 2 Regional Competition. more
The 2023 application for Rome Dollars for Scholars scholarships is now open and will be available online through Monday, March 13. more
Hamilton College is continuing this year’s Common Ground series of free, public panel discussions with the program, “Privacy — An Issue of Our Time” on Wednesday, Feb. 22. more
Clinton Middle School seventh graders Nicholas Venero, Ben Wileczka and Jack Wilson were named Regional Champions at the FIRST LEGO League Championship held Saturday, Feb. 11. more
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