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National Grid is kicking off its annual Season of Giving by donating $6 million to further support New York customers who are struggling to make ends meet this winter. more
Folks over at the Fair Trade Shop located at Stone Presbyterian Church, 8 S. Park Row, are gearing up for the holidays and the village’s annual Shoppers’ Stroll Friday, Nov. 25. more
New memories and traditions are in the making at the Oneida Area Daycare Center’s Pancakes and PJs party with Santa Claus. more

AmeriCU is the first credit union in New York to have a business member approved for the Excelsior Linked Deposit Program. more
Less than a week removed from sunny skies and temperatures in the 60s, Mother Nature is expected to drop a wintry mix on the region tonight into Wednesday. more
Across the U.S., families are looking to the winter — trying to figure ways to continue to make ends meet as energy costs soar and fuel supplies tighten. more
One could be excused for thinking that Christmas is next week when stepping into the Rome Art and Community Center’s Holiday House. more
As the winter approaches, your plants could use extra care now to come back strong in spring. Many trees and shrubs are beginning their “dormant” phase. more
Over the course of the next few weeks, Rome city workers will install dozens of holiday pole decorations. more
Registration for the December Food $en$e program — open to everyone regardless of income — will be held in Rome, Lee, Camden, Holland Patent, and Oneida. more
Flavorful desserts are a staple of the holidays and the exciting, appetizing allure of new recipes can help elevate seasonal gatherings and create sweet memories. more
When thumbing through seed catalogs or plant-care manuals, you’re likely to encounter at least some descriptions that elude you. more
The city of Utica will be entering the final week of green waste pickup for the year. more
Millions of retirees are in the thick of Medicare open enrollment, which began Oct. 15 and runs through Dec. 7, but many find the process challenging. more
The Great Swamp Conservancy has events of the bird and holiday variety coming up in November. more
Authorizing an amendment to the 2022 city water budget is among the agenda items for the next Common Council meeting to be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9 in Council Chambers of City Hall. more
These local pets are looking for a home. more
While most of the dazzling color from the fall foliage display in Central New York has been raked up and is awaiting collection by the curb, there remain some pockets of color. more
With all the work we already did in our gardens this year, chances are you’re tired out. It’s easy to go dormant like our plants. more
Officials in the town of Floyd are reminding residents that while Tuesday, Nov. 8, is Election Day, garbage pickup in the town will remain on its regular schedule. more
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