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Seventh-day Adventist Pastor Jean Hakiza’s memories of his native Rwanda elicit enduring emotions both heartening and heart-wrenching. more

A photographer from Rome will have his photos of the Adirondacks on display later this month at a photography gallery in Barcelona, Spain. more
The office of Rep. Brandon Williams, R-22, Sennett, has aided district constituents in need of emergency services as they sought to flee the violence in Sudan. more

Patrick McGowan never got the kind of welcome home he deserved after his tour during the Vietnam War, but Honor Flight Syracuse changed that. more
Retired New York City firefighter Robert Reeg will never forget his experience at Ground Zero on Sept. 11, 2001. more
Sarah Klee Hood, a Democratic candidate in the NY-22 election in 2022, has announced her candidacy for New York’s 22nd Congressional District seat in 2024.  more
Lt. Cmdr. Maya Adams, a native of Hamilton, helps medical forces meet readiness, training, and operational requirements across a spectrum of military operations. more
Upstate New York’s Republican congressmen are voicing their support for former President Donald Trump after a Manhattan grand jury voted to indict him on Thursday, March 30.  more
Four members of the Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways Council, including Morgan Herringshaw of Mohawk, were among those representing the Girl Scouts 67th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations headquarters. more
The future USS Cooperstown — named after the historic Otsego County village — will join the Navy’s active fleet on Saturday, May 6, with a commissioning ceremony in New York City. more
When U.S. Rep. Claudia Tenney, who now represents New York’s 24th Congressional District, introduced a proposed constitutional amendment to establish term limits for members of Congress. more
The Senate has voted to repeal the decades-old congressional measure that greenlighted the 2003 invasion of Iraq. more
Oneida County’s UAS test site has been authorized by the FAA to operate drones up to 300 pounds throughout its 50-mile flight corridor to Syracuse. more
The U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance has selected a social worker with the Camden Life Center and Come to the Table Counseling, to be part of a group of fellows in a new rural leadership program. more
The United States District Court in Utica welcomed 50 individuals from 27 nations as they were sworn in as American citizens. more
Two federal fire department grant programs are up for a reinstatement vote in the U.S. Senate this year. more
The Air Force’s review of cancers among its nuclear missile corps will include all personnel who worked on, guarded, supported or operated the nation’s ground-based warheads, but does not appear to include any former crew who may have worked at the Griffiss Air Force Base. more
The Museum of Ethnography of Geneva in Switzerland has returned traditional sacred objects, a mask and a rattle, to the Haudenosaunee after 200 years in Switzerland. more
Congressional representatives from Central New York are voicing their thoughts about President Joseph R. Biden’s State of the Union address.   more
People gathered Thursday at Gobbler’s Knob as members of Punxsutawney Phil’s “inner circle” summoned him from his tree stump at dawn to learn if he has seen his shadow. more
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