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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
The Rome Community Foundation has awarded $133,052 in grants to Rome area charitable organizations in the latest distributions for the fourth quarter of 2021. The grants, ranging from $5,000 to … more
Rome Common Council unanimously approved an ordinance authorizing Mayor Jacqueline M. Izzo to execute an addendum to the purchase and sale agreement relative to the sale of property formerly known as … more
At the regular meeting of the Rome Board of Education Thursday night, members approved companion resolutions to allocate $21,608,018 to a variety of repairs and improvements to district property, … more
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield recently awarded Mohawk Valley Frontiers Club a $30,000 Health Equity Award to support Paths to a Healthier Me. The program focuses on strengthening the mental, … more
UTICA — Both Taberg brothers charged in the death of their middle brother made appearances in Oneida County Court on Thursday, both moving their cases towards an eventual trial sometime later this … more
UTICA — M&T Bank/Partners Trust Bank Charitable Fund, a donor-advised fund of the Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties, Inc., has invested $250,000 to ICAN in support of its … more
VERONA — Fred “Fritz” Scherz, Jr., Councilman on the Verona Town Board, was sworn in for his fourth term on Jan. 24 by Verona Town Judge, Randy Smith. “It was an honor to have my friend, … more
Two local agriculture educators were recognized as finalists recently with the Nationwide 2021-2022 Golden Owl Award. The Madison County Farm Bureau extended congratulations to Hamilton Central … more
WASHINGTON D.C. — The New Hartford man accused of participating in the Jan. 6, 2021 riot and attack on the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. has decided to no longer represent himself and will once … more
ALBANY — Assemblyman Brian Miller, R-101, New Hartford, is among a group of Republican state lawmakers that have introduced legislation to seek a two-year halt to state sales tax to help businesses … more
Rome Police Deputy Chief David Collins will take the position as the city’s top cop at the end of this month, with a swearing-in ceremony scheduled for Friday at City Hall, according to Mayor … more
WHITESBORO — A pole barn at Nick's Lawn Service on Main Street in Whitesboro was heavily damaged by fire Tuesday afternoon, according to county fire officials. The alarm was raised shortly before 2 … more
UTICA — The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce will hold its February Business After Hours at the Kelberman Center’s new residential neighborhood the Link at Hage House, 2513 Sunset Ave., on … more
NEW YORK (AP) — Democrats on New York’s redistricting commission threw up their hands Monday, a day before a bipartisan panel was to submit redrawn congressional boundaries to state lawmakers. … more
The city could be a step closer toward having body cameras on police officers as well as an extension of the popular Mohawk River Trail when the Rome Common Council takes up both measures during its … more
There were 133 COVID-19-related deaths across New York and the statewide seven-day average infection positivity rate was measured at 10%, according to a Monday release from Gov. Kathy Hochul’s … more
CHAMPLAIN, N.Y.  — Whenever a bus arrives at the Greyhound station in Plattsburgh, New York, a small band of taxi drivers waits to drive passengers on a half-hour trip to a snowy, dead-end … more
Twelve Central New York seniors have been selected as “pin ups” on an exclusive 2022 calendar that highlights events and activities around the region and serves as an inspiration of good health. … more
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