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Members of Rome Area Chamber of Commerce visited Arizona Tacos, 515 W. Dominick St., to congratulate the family-owned business on being the Chamber Member of the Week.  more
Bank of Utica, along with Utica’s public safety departments and city officials, will once again host a New Year’s Eve celebration in downtown Utica. more
For more than 20 years, the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce has been encouraging local residents to stick close to home when it comes to holiday shopping. more

Seven men and women completed their Oneida County Drug Treatment Court programs and were recognized in Rome on Friday. more
Voters in Fort Johnson have overwhelmingly approved a proposition to dissolve the village government for absorption into the town of Amsterdam. more
Elton John’s audacious 1970 U.S. debut at a local nightclub moved a critic to declare that the slight young Englishman would become one of rock’s most important stars. more
A coalition of consumer groups is asking grocery chains to rethink their digital-only coupons, saying the deals discriminate against people who don’t have smartphones or reliable internet access. more
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute has announced the appointment of Stephen Harrison as director of the Museum of Art and chief curator. more
“The hard-working athletes on this team are depending on community support to help them achieve this incredible and well-earned opportunity,” according to the association announcement. more
Hamilton College Associate Professor of Mathematics Courtney Gibbons was selected as one of only two Science and Technology Policy Legislative Branch Fellows funded by the AAAS this year. more
Seneca Turnpike in New Hartford has been closed following a serious, multi-vehicle crash just west of the Applewood and Cherrywood communities. more
The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office will be holding job fairs on Tuesday, Nov. 22, and Monday, Nov. 28, to help potential correctional officer applicants start the process. more
The New York State Police will hold a child safety seat installation event at the State Police Troop D Headquarters on Genesee Street in Oneida from 4 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 22. more
Herkimer Jr. and Sr. High School’s Student Council, National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society are once again hard at work on their annual holiday project. more
The store and its staff will welcome customers to celebrate Thanksgrilling Saturday, Nov. 19 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. more
The Oneida Common Council heard from residents concerned about funding for the trap-neuter-release feral cat program and also received an update on progress on the city’s dog park. more
A Utica man is accused of threatening to blow up the Oneida County Office Building and shoot the people inside, according to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office. more
Indium Corporation product specialist and former talent acquisition supervisor, Jim McCoy, was recognized by Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES with its 2022 Individual Contribution Award. more
Coldwell Banker Faith Properties is helping to fill the need for Thanksgiving turkeys for the Utica and Rome rescue missions. Check out the video clip in the article. more
The New Hartford Board of Education has ratified the collective bargaining agreement between the school district and the New Hartford Employees’ Union. more
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