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Due to anticipated temperatures being near 90 degrees next week, the previously scheduled planned power outages for July 19 and 20, have been rescheduled for Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 12 … more
“There’s the cutest little bunny right in your flower bed,” my next-younger sister told me one afternoon. She had just glanced down at the flower bed from the kitchen window. more
Pets at the Humane Society of Rome, Wanderers’ Rest Humane Association, Anita’s Stevens-Swan Humane Society and the Herkimer County Humane Society are looking for families. more

It’s bargains galore this weekend at the Great Swamp Conservancy as the non-profit hosts its annual garage sale fundraiser. more
Q: My landscape is boring! It needs color in the summer, especially in July and August. I don’t want annual flowers that have to be replanted. ... more
The 44th Vernon Center Old Home Day will take place in the park on Saturday, Aug. 6. more
In support of the local agricultural industry and in an effort to connect the community to the farmers and growers who provide safe, affordable food ... more
UTICA The Utica Garden and Flower Show returns to the Utica Public Library, 303 Genesee St., on Friday and Saturday, July 8 -9. The Flower Show, a judged event, is sponsored by District V of the … more
Diseases can come to your garden due to weather conditions, passed by the wind, or even carried by a visiting insect. There are three elements, which must be present to have a plant disease: a … more
The McConnellsville Garden Club’s Annual Flower Show Luncheon will take place on Wednesday, July 13... more
On Tuesday summer afternoons on Oneida’s Main Street, just on the outskirts of the city’s downtown, one can find a collection of unique artisans hoping to connect with consumers through … more
The cost of everything from gas to burgers may be rising, but home gardeners growing produce have found a way at least to avoid paying $4 for a pound of tomatoes. Fertilizing those tomatoes — or … more
The city of Oneida Water Department is alerting area residents who receive municipal water to the possibility of some dirty water in a portion of the distribution system from early … more
Cold temperatures and cloudy skies didn’t keep attendees — by the hundreds — away from the recent Herb and Flower Festival. more
These area animals are currently seeking a new home. more
If there was one mantra for all master gardeners, it would be “Right plant, right place.” Gardeners who follow this rule will have healthy plants, decreased diseases and insect pests, and reduced … more
Our vegetable garden had been planted and the beans and squash had begun to sprout. more
"My kids are getting older, and a backyard deck would be great. I am on a limited budget and want to build it myself but have no idea where to start..." more
Registration for the July Food $en$e program — open to everyone regardless of income — will be held in Rome, Town of Lee, Camden, Holland Patent, and Oneida. Food $en$e is a discount food program … more
The state Department of Environmental Conservation has launched its “I Bird NY” challenges for both fledgling and experienced birders. more
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