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The acquisition of body cameras was the main topic of discussion when Police Chief Kevin C. Beach met before councilors for his annual budget hearing at City Hall on Wednesday. City administrators … more
TOWN OF LEE — Longtime Lee Center volunteer fire chief Kenneth F. Baker Jr. is remembered as a dedicated first-responder, a loving husband, father and grandfather, and a selfless joker until the … more
In a Thursday joint announcement, Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. and Utica Mayor Robert M. Palmieri announced a partnership with local non-profit organizations, to address … more
Two members of the community recommended that councilors “think of the people” and hold developers accountable before allowing the construction of solar arrays within the city during a public … more
LEE — For the 40th year in a row, the town of Lee is looking at a budget with no general town taxes. “It’s with great honor that I present the budget to the town board and residents of our … more
New York State Attorney General Letitia James was in Utica on Tuesday to tout the likely $4 million coming to Oneida County as part of multiple settlements in her court battles against the opioid … more
Tabled legislation concerning the creation of the new Heritage District-Erie Canal Zone on Rome-New London Road and authorization of a six-month moratorium on the establishment and construction of … more
ORISKANY —Area students were able to get an inside look at fiber optic manufacturing in the Mohawk Valley in a highlight of October being Manufacturing Month. The students, on Friday, got an … more
MARCY — What’s in a name? Plenty, according to the CEO of the company formerly known as Cree, which is currently constructing a semiconductor manufacturing facility in Marcy. The company has … more
ALBANY — Vibrant peak and near-peak leaves will continue to arrive in the Adirondacks this weekend while making their first appearances in the Catskills, according to the New York State I Love NY … more
ALBANY — RoAnn Destito, who has served as the state Commissioner of the Office of General Services, has announced her retirement, effective Thursday, Oct. 21. Destito, of Rome, has served as … more
Mohawk Valley Community College received a Notice of Non-compliance from the State University of New York Tuesday for not enforcing the state system’s student vaccine mandate. The SUNY COVID-19 … more
The city Planning Board unanimously approved a recommendation to the Common Council regarding the authorization of a six-month moratorium with respect to the establishment and construction of solar … more
UTICA — In a roughly 15-minute-long Tuesday morning presentation, Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. outlined the details of his proposed $457 million 2022 budget for the county’s … more
Assured Information Security (AIS) has been awarded AWARE, a $95 million Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract focused on researching novel and innovative anti-fragility concepts … more
From air conditioning units to the purchase of a metal detector and crosswalk striping machine, city councilors questioned the city Public Works Department about items included in the department’s … more
On Sunday, there were 24 COVID-19-related deaths reported across New York and Mondays statewide seven-day average positivity rate was recorded as 2.37%, according to information from Gov. Kathy … more
Parents of children in the Rome City School District have flocked to a transportation survey on the district’s website, as well as to various social media platforms, in an attempt to abate the … more
New York Attorney General Letitia James announced on Thursday that 84 firearms were turned in to law enforcement at a gun buyback event at St. Paul’s Church on Cypress Street. The event, hosted by … more
The Rome City School District has switched from in-person instruction to remote education for its K-12 students, effective today, Friday, Oct. 1, through next Friday, Oct. 8, as a result of … more
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