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SYRACUSE — While officials with the Upstate New York Poison Center are encouraged to see the distribution of at-home Covid-19 test kits through local school districts and free distribution across … more
At the most recent regular meeting of the Rome City School District’s Board of Education, members approved a change order for the purchase of specialized paint for panels in the RFA pool area, the … more
With a 114-year-history of serving Italian food, drinks, desserts and entertainment to the residents of Rome and beyond, The Savoy Restaurant, 255 E. Dominick St., is temporarily closing its doors. … more
If you’re in the mood for a horror film in the middle of January, the new “Scream” revival actually makes for a clever and gruesome slasher flick. It has been all the rage for the past few … more
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute in Utica is seeking public input regarding an extensive campus master plan that will transform its public areas into vibrant community cultural and … more
UTICA — In the lead up to National Poll Worker Recruitment Day on Tuesday, Jan. 25, Oneida County Board of Elections Commissioners Sarah F. Bormann and Nichole D. Shortell encourage residents who … more
The late Betty White was a tireless lifetime advocate for animals, from caring for those without homes to launching her own weekly TV show, “The Pet Set,” dedicated to her celebrity friends and … more
Two Lawrence Street residents in Rome escaped their home through a second-story window Monday evening after a fire started downstairs, according to the Rome Fire Department. No one was injured and … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congresswoman Claudia Tenney, R-22, delivered remarks on the floor of the House of Representatives recognizing the historical importance of Peterboro in Central New York to … more
A Rome City School District parent, an elementary school principal, Superintendent Peter C. Blake, a former president of the Rome Board of Education, the press, and all of the board’s current … more
The cause remains under investigation for the fire that killed an 83-year-old Rome woman early Saturday morning, according to the Rome Fire Department. The victim has been identified as Young Sul … more
Cold winter weather this weekend led to a series of house and business fires throughout Oneida County and beyond. Fire officials struggled with ice and freezing temperatures as they fought multiple … more
An 88-year-old woman was killed after a head-on collision with a wrong-way driver on the ramp from Route 365 to Erie Boulevard in Rome Sunday morning, according to the New York State Police. Troopers … more
How do I know if I have a cold, the flu or COVID-19? Experts say testing is the best way to determine what you have since symptoms of the illnesses can overlap. The viruses that cause colds, … more
A dangerous winter storm was bringing significant snowfall, strong thunderstorms and blustery winds to the East Coast of the U.S. on … more
NEW YORK — New York tenants and homeowners lost some protection from eviction and foreclosure Saturday as the state ended a nearly 2-year-old moratorium aimed at keeping New Yorkers from … more
“Sing 2” is fine and harmless. It’s a combination of cartoon animals and hit songs, a movie so simple an animated monkey could put it together. Children will enjoy the cartoons and parents will … more
COVID-19 infections are soaring again at U.S. nursing homes because of the omicron wave, and deaths are climbing too, leading to new restrictions on family visits and a renewed push to get more … more
If you like to follow gardening trends, add the “plants of the year” to your garden. The National Garden Bureau (NGB) is a non-profit organization with a mission to “Inspire, Connect, Grow”, … more
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