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Rome Community Theater on Upper Turin Road has scheduled open auditions for an August production of “Next to Normal.” more
The Howard Johnson’s restaurant in this upstate New York resort village — the last of the once-pervasive eateries serving food under orange roofs with blue spires — is … more
The Utica Zoo’s 22nd annual Wine in the Wilderness returns to the zoo’s gardens and grounds on Saturday, June 4, from 6 to 9 p.m. more

ALBANY (AP) — New York’s legislature is poised to ban people under age 21 from buying or possessing a semi-automatic rifle, a major change to state firearm laws pushed through less than three … more
The Oneida County Soil and Water Conservation District held its 24th annual Envirothon event in May at the town of New Hartford’s Sherrill Brook Park. more
With graduation season heating up, Oneida Nation Enterprises is launching a new dealer recruitment campaign — “Double Down on a New Career as a Dealer” — targeting high school and … more
Mohawk Valley Community College once again will host free GenCyber Summer Camps for high school students in the Mohawk Valley, funded by the National Security Agency. more
Syracuse Stage will bring patrons and supporters together again at its annual Gala on June 23 at Springside Farm in Fabius. more
On Tuesday, Madison County officials held a kickoff meeting with partners of the Madison County ReConnect Project. more
A Utica police officer was injured when the driver of a stolen vehicle backed into him during an investigation Wednesday evening. more
The Utica Police Department would like to advise area residents of a telephone scam that has recently been reported. more
The Clinton/Kirkland Climate Smart Task Force, the village of Clinton, and the town of Kirkland will host a second information session in the Clinton/Kirkland Clean Energy Campaign. more
Ngonidzashe Munemo was appointed as vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty at Hamilton College, effective July 1, by President David Wippman. more
Assured Information Security is celebrating 20 years since earning its first contract in company history with the Air Force Research Laboratory. more
On the first day of Gun Violence Awareness Month, New York Attorney General Letitia James took action to crack down on firearms sellers illegally selling and advertising gun parts … more
After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, plans are underway to bring back the city’s annual Honor America Days celebration in full force. more
In a Wednesday statement, Gov. Kathy Hochul noted the beginning of a suspension of certain taxes on motor fuel and diesel motor fuel took effect. The motor fuel excise tax, state sales tax, and … more
Jervis Public Library will host Movie Stomp with Reality Check on Thursday, June 9... more
Delaware County Historical Association Collections Manager Angela Gaffney and Executive Director Tim Duerden were busy Wednesday, May 25, getting the site ready for its weekend opening. more
According to the New York Independent System Operator, electricity supplies in New York State are expected to be adequate this summer. more
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