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YORKVILLE — A 30-year-old man is accused of attacking a woman and getting into a scuffle with responding police officers, according to law enforcement officials. Village police said Devarr Pedlar, … more
CLINTON — Indium Corporation continues to support the professional success of its internship students through its first-ever intern mixer on July 14. The mixer, hosted at Indium Corporation’s … more
UTICA — Utica College has added a master of social work degree to its online offerings, at a time when the need for mental health professionals is growing dramatically. But unlike other MSW … more
AVA — The Leatherstocking Council, Boy Scouts of America, welcomed some 50 capital campaign donors to Camp Kingsley on Wednesday to help turn the first shovels of dirt as they broke ground for … more
Trusted AI at Scale, an Artificial Intelligence event presented by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and Innovare Advancement Center, will occur virtually July 26-28. The event is free and … more
Learning about Rome and meeting the needs of the community are goals Lieutenants Scott and Tabitha Swires have taken head-on as the newly named co-commanding officers of Rome Salvation Army, 410 W. … more
ALBANY — Following gun violence prevention community meetings in Binghamton and Utica on Friday, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced 382 jobs will be available for at-risk in these two areas … more
The Oneida County History Center is hosting its fifth annual Historical Selfie Scavenger Hunt, according to a release. On August 2, from 3 to 5 p.m., the Oneida County History Center at 1608 Genesee … more
VILLAGE OF ILION — The Ilion Police Department has issued a warning to local residents to beware of telephone scams circulating through the area. Police officials said there are numerous known … more
A trial date has been set at Nov. 1 for the owners of Dippin Donuts on accusations that they stole $1 million from the IRS in a tax evasion scheme, according to federal court records. John Zourdos, … more
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is another installment in a series of columns highlighting the area’s agricultural community. Growing up, the Boonville-Oneida County Fair used to be the best week of my life. … more
The deadline for the next civil service test to join the Rome Police Department is in two weeks. The Rome Police are seeking applicants to join the force. The starting salary is $47,227. The exam … more
MOHAWK — Hummel’s Office Plus, the area’s largest independently-owned office products dealer, announced on Friday that it has acquired the Utica–based branch of Swish White River Ltd. … more
While some other areas of the country are suffering with a resurgence of COVID-19 because of the delta variant, New York state had one COVID-19 death recorded statewide on Thursday, marking the … more
Just as the Phoenix, a mythical beast that returns from the ashes; so too is a city website, Rome Rises, making its return. City Marketing and Events Coordinator Sarah Lokker said the website is a … more
UTICA — Mayor Robert Palmieri, joined by Comptroller Bill Morehouse and several members of the Utica Common Council, on Thursday announced a major development which they say will benefit Utica, … more
UTICA — AAA Northeast invites area residents to drop off nonperishable, microwaveable or easy-to-prepare food items at the AAA Utica Branch offices, 430 Court St., to help replenish food supplies … more
HOLLAND PATENT — The village of Holland Patent Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on Tuesday, July 27, at 7 p.m. in the Holland Patent Depot, 9544 Depot St., according to an announcement by village … more
The members of the Rome Catholic High School Class of 1969 will have a “Turning 70” get together as the “’69’ers turn 70,” event organizers say. The event will be held on Saturday, July … more
The Henry P. Smith American Legion Post #24, 325 Erie Blvd. W., will hold a takeout chicken barbecue fundraiser on Saturday, July 31, from noon until chicken is gone. The meal will include a … more
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