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Sagetech Avionics Inc., a U.S. aerospace technology company providing industry-leading situational awareness solutions for crewed and uncrewed aerial systems, and the Northeast Unmanned Aerial System … more
A major winter storm with millions of Americans in its path — including a large swath of Central New York — brought a mix of rain, freezing rain and snow to the middle section of the United … more
HERKIMER — Arc Herkimer recently received a grant in the amount of $81,848 from The M&T Bank/Partners Trust Bank Charitable Fund for a new Distribution Center Candidate Training Program within … more
PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. (AP) — There will be six more weeks of winter, Punxsutawney Phil predicted as he emerged from his burrow Wednesday to perform his Groundhog Day duties. Thousands of people … more
UTICA — In a Tuesday announcement, Oneida County touted its 2021 Holiday Fundraising Campaign which resulted in 2,000 books being donated to senior centers and children’s organizations and more … more
ROME — A small protest was held near the Rome School District Office on Bell Road Tuesday afternoon concerning a critically acclaimed book with LGBTQ+ themes. The book in question — “All Boys … more
For more than 30 years, Teddy’s Restaurant has been serving up award-winning dishes, like its famed chicken riggies, and the owner has no plans to quit anytime soon. There was a false rumor … more
Growing pains are real but necessary. We are working directly with the U.S. Postal Service and our mailing system to ensure same day home delivery for all subscribers. Only those subscribers in 13440 … more
A 92-year-old woman was mugged while sitting in her vehicle at Bill’s Variety on West Thomas Street in Rome on Saturday morning, according to law enforcement officials at the Rome Police … more
WAMPSVILLE — The Red Cross paid a visit to Madison County government employees, giving them a chance to donate blood and platelets during their workshift and help boost the blood supply level, … more
ALBANY — Proposed political maps released by the leaders of New York’s Democrat-dominated legislature would give the party an advantage in 22 of the state’s 26 congressional districts and mean … more
UTICA When Alex Sisti was chosen to serve as Grand Marshal for the 2022 Utica St. Patrick’s Parade, he didn’t exactly jump with joy. In fact, he almost didn’t accept. “After they told me, I … more
There were 87 COVID-19-related deaths across New York on Sunday and the statewide seven-day average infection positivity rate was measured at 6.64% on Monday, according to a Monday release from Gov. … more
A terrarium is a mini garden in a clear glass container. It can be an open or closed design; closed terrariums have a lid on the container. Both open and closed terrariums are a great way to display … more
CANASTOTA —Artist Scott Mott has returned to the Canastota Public Library with his latest art exhibit, “Turf Grass Inspired.” This exhibit includes a series of mixed media work as well as … more
VERONA — The current and last school years have presented students across the U.S. with some social and emotional obstacles, but a nationally renowned program is coming to Verona to help. Sweethearts … more
SCHUYLERVILLE — The thousands of people paid to plant corn, pick apples and milk cows in New York often work long days, six days a week — and earn overtime only after 60 hours of labor. The … more
Congresswoman Claudia Tenney dropped by the Rome Police Office to wish retiring Police Chief Kevin Beach farewell. Tenney visited the RPD on Friday with a formal congressional certificate recognizing … more
David J. Collins was sworn in Friday morning as the new chief of the Rome Police Department. He is the first Black chief in the department and the city’s history. Collins was joined by Cheyenne … more
MARCY - Local volunteer firefighters battled a house fire on Chaminade Road in Marcy Friday afternoon. Authorities said the fire started in the attached garage and quickly spread to the rest of … more
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