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Helping those in need is a year-round endeavor, and the local rescue Missions are more than happy to help. more
The Town of Marcy Food Truck and Concert Series presents Fallfest at the Marcy Town Park. more
Oneida officials received some stern words about the lack of support for the feral cat program from a former councilor and a number of homeowners. more
The socioeconomic differences of area families — and the impact those disparities have on their children’s education — are some of the biggest concerns facing the Rome City School District. more
Local residents expressed frustration with an abandoned home in Lee Center that has sat empty for nearly five years and asked the town board for action. more
The 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony on Sunday in Sherrill offered the chance for the past and present to come together as one, keynote speaker Nolan Miller told the audience. more
The Village of Oriskany is seeking public input on Waterbury Felt Mill Site Revitalization. more
Those looking for a ride on the Erie Canal, and a trip through its history, are invited to the Oneida County History Center for Tuesdays on the Towpath in Utica. more
The Oriskany Battle Chapter, Empire State Society, National Society, Sons of the American Revolution gathered to remember seven Revolutionary War patriots … more
A new horror and science fiction convention is coming to Oneida County and the Mohawk Valley this month, and it’s hoping to attract all of the ghouls, goblins and horror fans who have gone without such an event for years. more
It was a prompt and quick meeting of the Oneida Common Council on Tuesday. Of note, was an update to the building on Madison Street the city council deemed unsafe and ordered for demolition. … more
To give back to the community, Kris-Tech Wire is hosting a backpack and school supplies giveaway in exchange for bags of non-perishable food items to be donated to the Rome Salvation Army. more
Another year has passed, and Jessica Froelick’s memory still lives on in her friends, family, and the community as people come together to help those fighting cancer. more
Sitrin Health Care Center has filed a civil lawsuit against the town of New Hartford regarding the town’s denial of its requests to begin construction on a property on Bolton Road. … more
After 37 years as clerk to the Madison County Board of Supervisors, the woman who people refer to as “a walking encyclopedia,” Cindy Urtz, is retiring. more
Peterboro was the center of the abolition movement, and to this day, its people continue its efforts to overcome racism and discrimination and to advocate for equal rights. more
After a two-year hiatus, the Canastota Italian Heritage Festival is back, and the public is invited for a day to celebrate Italian American culture. more
Ward 1 Councilor Gary Reisman has left the Oneida Common Council and his replacement, Jim Szczerba, was sworn in at Tuesday’s meeting. more
The Sherrill-Kenwood Library said goodbye to Mary Kay Junglen, wishing her the best as she retires and starts a new chapter of her life ... more
The safety and welfare of the younger residents of Lee were discussed at Tuesday’s Lee town board meeting as a town resident brought to attention a site on Route 26... more
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