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BUFFALO, N.Y.  — The white gunman accused of committing a racist massacre at a Buffalo supermarket made threatening comments that brought police to his high school last spring, but he was … more
BUFFALO (AP) — The white 18-year-old who shot and killed 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket had researched the local demographics and drove to the area a day in advance to conduct reconnaissance … more
For 30 years, math teacher William Angell drilled into his students the importance of precision and accuracy, skills he honed in mastering the construction of intricate craftsman style furniture. Two … more
UTICA — In AAA’s latest survey of attitudes about automated vehicles, drivers overwhelmingly want automakers to improve the performance of existing driver support features rather than develop … more
BUFFALO (AP) — At least 10 people were killed Saturday afternoon in a shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, law enforcement officials told The Associated Press. more
Nearly 200 graduates lined the inner-campus lawn at Cazenovia College Saturday morning to celebrate completing their degrees.  Class of 2022 Valedictorian Jennifer … more
ROME — The Strough Middle School and Louis V. Denti Elementary School have come together and will present Roald Dahl’s “Matilda The Musical JR.” on May 19-21 at 6:30 p.m. at the Strough … more
Lilacs are one of the most beloved shrubs. Some are classified as small trees, but it doesn’t matter: it’s the carefree flowering, the fragrance, and the low maintenance that is attractive. … more
ALBANY — The Grow NY Farms Coalition announced on Wednesday that the Business Council of New York State, the National Federation of Independent Businesses of New York, and Upstate United have sent … more
ALBANY — Justin Wiedrick, a math teacher and STEAM program adviser in the Adirondack Central School District, is one of four New York State teachers who have been selected as state-level finalists … more
UTICA — Work on the Nexus Center continues to “chug along” with an expected completion date in the fall of this year, said Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr., this week. Picente … more
ROME — The Rome Police Department’s Law Enforcement Day event will return in July after being absent the past two years due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The free, public event will be held at … more
Oneida Police Officer Nicholas Weber was sworn into service Monday morning in the City of Oneida.. more
A Tuesday, May 10 shooting incident on West Dominick Street in Rome is under investigation. more
WHITESBORO — A total of 17 men and women graduated on Friday from the Basic Corrections Academy to become new corrections officers in Oneida, Herkimer, Madison and Oswego counties. An additional … more
CLINTON — A restaurant slinging homemade butters and gourmet grilled cheeses has abruptly closed its primary location in Clinton after the owners said they felt unwelcome in the village. The … more
UTICA — New York’s average gas price is up 17 cents from last week — surging to an average price of $4.51 per gallon — according to an announcement by AAA on Monday. The new average price … more
CANASTOTA — “Sopravvissuta,” meaning survivor in Italian, is the name given by the prospective new owner of a young Husky mix who was beaten with a wrench at a Chittenango Rest Stop in March. … more
CANASTOTA — Canastota Central School District (CCSD) is the latest area district to officially become a Connected Community school. While Connected Community Schools (CCS) has been a part of the … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Department of Housing and Urban Development is doubling the size of its eviction protection program, designed to fund legal assistance for tenants seeking to stay in their … more
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