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These local pets are looking for a forever home. more
The definition of a perennial plant is one that comes back every year. The process of taking care of a perennial plants can be an enjoyable task. more
I wouldn’t call myself a neat housekeeper, but some things do have places to be and it distracts me to no end when they aren’t in them. more

Horticulturist Jan Barendse’s seeds for success were sown at an early age while assisting his parents in their family-run business in Holland, a country synonymous with massive fields of colorful spring flowers. more
The September meeting of Sherrill Garden Club will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 6. more
With Labor Day weekend right around the corner, more people are going to be hitting the road and taking to the skies, so AAA is advising people to take care and prepare. more
As the start of the school year approaches, Central New York Health Home Network took the initiative to eliminate some of the financial and emotional stress of ensuring that children have what … more
The City of Oneida Water Department will flush its water system starting Tuesday, Sept. 6. more
Thanks to a joint effort between American Dairy Association North East, dairy farmers, agriculture partners and business leaders, Fill a Glass with Hope helps provide fresh milk to families in need through a network of local food banks. more
Striking foliage, plumes of blossoms, and motion -- ornamental grasses are rewarding landscape plants. more
Are wolves hunting and howling in the Northeast woods again, more than a century after they were rooted out of the region? more
The descendants of Horace and Hattie Fox Backer held their 32nd annual family reunion at The Town of Lewis Park on Aug. 6, with 45 members and guests attending. more
The Oneida-Herkimer Solid Waste Authority reminds residents that the authority’sEcoDrop facilities are available year-round, offering disposal opportunities for special waste that should … more
These furry friends are looking for their forever home. more
Our precious trees are under attack by invasive insects and diseases. Some have spread rapidly and are causing economic and ecological impacts on our forests and urban trees. more
“Guess what I found in the garden last night,” I said when my next-younger sister arrived for supper on a recent Monday. “Tomato worms,” I told her. “And I suppose I should be thankful to the little rabbit for helping me notice them.” more
Registration for the September Food $en$e program — open to everyone regardless of income — will be held in Rome, Lee, Camden, Holland Patent, and Oneida. more
Over the past few years, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County has been participating in initiatives that aim to help restore the populations of endangered insect species. more
The Mierek Family will host the inaugural Cornhole Tournament and Chicken BBQ on Sunday, Aug. 21, next to Priscilla’s Restaurant at 8583 Route 365. more
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