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“We’ve got to fix it. If it takes hiring four times as many people, then we’ll hire four times as many people. But, we’ve got to fix it.” So committed Brian Fitzgerald, Senior Vice … more
CLINTON — Hamilton College welcomes 51 new faculty members, including 11 new tenure-track faculty, in addition to visiting professors, lecturers, and teaching fellows for the 2021-22 academic year. … more
Monday, Sept. 13, was not just the first day of the new school year for the Rome City School District, it was the first day of school ever for the First Student bus company and its local dispatch … more
UTICA – Mohawk Valley Community College has named Sheila Flihan as dean of the School of Public and Human Services, responsible for setting the standard for intellectual engagement, academic … more
HERKIMER — Herkimer County Community College has recognized 13 employees for their ongoing work and dedication to the College by awarding them Service Awards. Among those honored for their … more
UTICA — The Young Entrepreneurs Academy at Mohawk Valley Community College is embarking on its 10th year of transforming middle and high school students into real entrepreneurs. More than 100 … more
Herkimer County Community College has appointed Miranda A. Maldonado ‘16, of Ilion, as a campus peace officer. Maldonado earned an associate degree in criminal justice from the College in 2016 and … more
MONTCLAIR, N.J. — Lindsey Casler, of Durhamville, has recently received a master’s degree in exercise science and sports administration from Montclair State University. Casler, the daughter of … more
Superintendent of Schools Peter C. Blake kept his message upbeat during his customary update at Thursday’s Regular Meeting of the Rome Board of Education — with a focus on overcoming a host of … more
“There was nobody from the past,” said state Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, whose district includes the Rome City School District and its taxpayers. “And that was my contention,” Griffo … more
Mohawk Valley Community College and Ancora Corporate Training have joined forces to provide a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) training program on the Rome Campus, 1101 Floyd Ave., according to an … more
OLD WESTBURY — The New York Institute of Technology has welcomed its newest students for the fall 2021 semester, including a pair of area students: Michall Pinkhasov, of New Hartford; and Divya … more
UTICA — Laura Casamento, president of Utica College, announced today the largest endowed scholarship in Utica College history, made possible with a founding gift of $2 million from the estate of … more
CAMDEN — Camden Central Schools will celebrate becoming the fourth central New York school district and the first of five new districts, to join the Connected Community Schools (CCS) family with a … more
ALBANY — The College of Saint Rose has recognized three area students for outstanding academic performance during the college’s 2021 Honors Convocation. Each of the College’s four schools held … more
Representatives from the state Department of Education, comptroller’s office and attorney general’s office were meeting today with Rome City School District officials to discuss concerns with the … more
The Rome City School District Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution to affirm the damage to Staley Elementary School, 620 E. Bloomfield St., would cost more than $4.3 million to repair … more
ONEIDA — Holy Cross Academy will offer driver education classes from September to November. Students are required to be 16 years old and must complete 24 hours of driving time and 24 hours of … more
During a special meeting of the Rome Board of Education on Thursday night, convened solely to consider – and ultimately unanimously carry - a lone resolution on Staley Elementary School, board … more
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