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OSWEGO — Richard Sherwood, a technical sergeant with the State University of New York at Oswego’s University Police, has received the Professional Service Award at the SUNY University Police … more
BOONVILLE — An icon of Boonville’s central business district, the Hulbert House, at 106 Main St., is ready for the next chapter in its iconic history. After the doors closed at the local landmark … more
SYRACUSE — While officials with the Upstate New York Poison Center are encouraged to see the distribution of at-home Covid-19 test kits through local school districts and free distribution across … more
At the most recent regular meeting of the Rome City School District’s Board of Education, members approved a change order for the purchase of specialized paint for panels in the RFA pool area, the … more
With a 114-year-history of serving Italian food, drinks, desserts and entertainment to the residents of Rome and beyond, The Savoy Restaurant, 255 E. Dominick St., is temporarily closing its doors. … more
If you’re in the mood for a horror film in the middle of January, the new “Scream” revival actually makes for a clever and gruesome slasher flick. It has been all the rage for the past few … more
Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute in Utica is seeking public input regarding an extensive campus master plan that will transform its public areas into vibrant community cultural and … more
UTICA — In the lead up to National Poll Worker Recruitment Day on Tuesday, Jan. 25, Oneida County Board of Elections Commissioners Sarah F. Bormann and Nichole D. Shortell encourage residents who … more
The late Betty White was a tireless lifetime advocate for animals, from caring for those without homes to launching her own weekly TV show, “The Pet Set,” dedicated to her celebrity friends and … more
Two Lawrence Street residents in Rome escaped their home through a second-story window Monday evening after a fire started downstairs, according to the Rome Fire Department. No one was injured and … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congresswoman Claudia Tenney, R-22, delivered remarks on the floor of the House of Representatives recognizing the historical importance of Peterboro in Central New York to … more
A Rome City School District parent, an elementary school principal, Superintendent Peter C. Blake, a former president of the Rome Board of Education, the press, and all of the board’s current … more
The cause remains under investigation for the fire that killed an 83-year-old Rome woman early Saturday morning, according to the Rome Fire Department. The victim has been identified as Young Sul … more
Cold winter weather this weekend led to a series of house and business fires throughout Oneida County and beyond. Fire officials struggled with ice and freezing temperatures as they fought multiple … more
An 88-year-old woman was killed after a head-on collision with a wrong-way driver on the ramp from Route 365 to Erie Boulevard in Rome Sunday morning, according to the New York State Police. Troopers … more
How do I know if I have a cold, the flu or COVID-19? Experts say testing is the best way to determine what you have since symptoms of the illnesses can overlap. The viruses that cause colds, … more
A dangerous winter storm was bringing significant snowfall, strong thunderstorms and blustery winds to the East Coast of the U.S. on … more
NEW YORK — New York tenants and homeowners lost some protection from eviction and foreclosure Saturday as the state ended a nearly 2-year-old moratorium aimed at keeping New Yorkers from … more
“Sing 2” is fine and harmless. It’s a combination of cartoon animals and hit songs, a movie so simple an animated monkey could put it together. Children will enjoy the cartoons and parents will … more
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