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National Grid is warning customers that they have seen an increase in reported utility billing and payment scams across upstate New York. According to National Grid officials, customers have reported … more
Voters passed the $130.2 million Rome City School District budget, garnering 61% of the vote, according to figures released by the district Tuesday night. The tally was 1,097 in favor of the budget … more
There were mixed reactions by local elected officials and candidates following the release of new congressional maps for New York by a court-appointed expert on Monday. The newly redrawn districts … more
A graduation ceremony for Project SEARCH, a collaboration between Arc Herkimer and Herkimer College, took place on Thursday, May 16, 2022. more
U.S. Congresswoman Claudia Tenney honored fallen Oneida County Sheriff’s Deputy Kurt B. Wyman on Thursday as part of a Congressional visit to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, … more
UTICA — The Commercial Travelers Insurance building in downtown Utica at 70 Genesee St. will be receiving a new tenant, consulting firm company Barton & Loguidice as part of a mixed-use … more
NEW YORK (AP) — New York City health officials issued an advisory Monday urging New Yorkers to wear masks in all indoor public settings as the city approaches “high risk” COVID-19 alert status. … more
NEW YORK (AP) — A court-appointed expert released a draft of new congressional maps for New York that are more favorable to Republicans than the original gerrymandered political maps drawn by … more
Rome Police responded to a Cypress Street incident after a passing tractor trailer pulled down utility wires on Cypress Street shortly before 10 a.m. on Monday, May 16. more
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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
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