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A dollar doesn’t go as far as it did at the beginning of this year and it’s only getting worse as food pantries work to ensure the hardest hit in the community don’t go hungry. more
Production of baby formula has resumed at the Abbott Nutrition factory in Michigan whose February shutdown over contamination contributed to a national shortage, a company spokesman said. Damage … more
A merger between St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse and St. Peter’s Health Partners in Albany will have no effect on operations at Rome Health, according to hospital officials. more
Nine doctors graduated from the St. Elizabeth Family Medicine Residency Program just over a week ago ... more
Clifford Crandall Jr. has a message for everyone over age 60: “Get up, get moving, and enjoy yourself!” Crandall has produced a video series, “Still Alive and Kicking.” Check out the video in the gallery. more
As the conflict between Ukraine and Russia continues, so does the global community’s efforts to lend assistance to Ukraine. more
Longer days and lighter schedules make summer perfect for relaxing, having fun outdoors and spending time with loved ones. more
Mohawk Valley Health System launched a new logo and updated brand to better reflect their values and mission for the future of local healthcare. more
Is there still a coronavirus pandemic? While many store shelves continue to have bare spots and infections continue to linger, much of the world, state and region continues to work back toward normal. more
The Rome Family YMCA and the City of Rome have joined forces in an effort to provide safe, supervised summer fun for the city’s youth, according to officials with both organizations. more
Researchers are drawing attention to a rise in poisonings in children involving the sleep aid melatonin — including a big jump during the pandemic. more
After a virtual run in 2020 and a postponed run in 2021, the Utica National Kids' Run will be held in-person. more
For the first time, a drug targeting a protein that drives breast cancer growth has been shown to work against tumors with very low levels of the protein. more
The cool water pools around your ankles as you put your lightweight kayak into the river for a foggy sunrise paddle. more
Assemblyman Brian Miller and Assemblyman Robert Smullen are calling for the passage of a bill which would allow schools to purchase whole and 2% milk from local dairy producers. more
Blooming Pediatric & Family Nurse Practitioners, in New Hartford, marked its grand opening with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting on Wednesday, May 25.  more
Representatives from Mastrovito Hyundai, 5194 Commercial Drive, recently presented a check for more than $11,000 to The Kelberman Center. more
A group of about 80 nursing homes filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn New York’s law that established staffing minimums and resident-care spending levels for nursing homes. more
The Midstate Regional Emergency Medical Services Council recognized Rome Health Friday, May 20, at its annual awards banquet, celebrating the people and organizations that work together to … more
LONDON  — A leading adviser to the World Health Organization described the unprecedented outbreak of the rare disease monkeypox in developed countries as "a random event" that might be … more
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