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A virtual public hearing will be held by the Central New York Regional Transportation Authority from noon to 1 p.m. and 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 3 for the consideration of a fare restructuring, to … more
Beginning Tuesday, Feb. 1, the Rome Sentinel Company will convert to using the United States Postal Service to deliver its Daily Sentinel and Seven-Day Sentinel newspapers on the same day they are … more
In a Tuesday announcement, Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. said that one of the lawsuits brought against the county by petitioners within the footprint of the future public parking … more
WHITESBORO — The Joseph Michael Chubbuck Foundation will host the fifth CNY Wing Wars from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29 at Harts Hill Inn, 135 Clinton St. Returning participants include: Pizza … more
At their last regular meeting in 2021, members of the Rome Board of Education heard from the district’s capital project managers from LaBella Associates, C&S Companies and Fiscal Advisors … more
A mixture of snowflakes and frigid temperatures is expected to dominate the local weather pattern for the next few weeks in the wake of a winter snowstorm that brought bone-chilling winds and up to … more
There were 135 COVID-19-related deaths across New York on Sunday and the seven-day statewide average infection positivity rate was tallied at 21.30%.  In a daily statement, Gov. Kathy Hochul said, … more
TOWN OF WEBB — A home in Herkimer County was destroyed by a fire in the early morning hours on Sunday, according to the Otter Lake Fire Department. Authorities said the alarm was raised at 12:30 … more
NEW YORK  — Rancid black smoke filling hallways, rising from floor to floor. People tripping and falling as they rushed down darkened stairwells, unable to see. Panic turning to sorrow, as … more
A big, heaping dose of good, old-fashioned satire is served up on a silver platter in “Don’t Look Up,” a harrowing, funny and painfully realistic look at the end of the world. The world is a … more
The snow and cold can make it a tough time for gardeners. However, it’s not too early to start planning for your 2022 garden season. Mail order sources are ready now with their new introductions … more
Walter D. Edmonds, a writer from Boonville, brought the Erie Canal and other places to life, with his stories about the people who lived on and around the canal and other locations in upstate New … more
UTICA — The blast of cold weather arriving this weekend in the Northeast is an excellent reminder for procastinating motorists to make sure their vehicles are prepared for the winter season. AAA … more
UTICA — For those looking to get out of the house this winter, the Adirondack Railroad is offering the opportunity to hop aboard one of its featured train rides this winter. The themed excursions … more
The Key Bank on Black River Boulevard in Rome was robbed in the middle of a snowstorm Friday afternoon and the suspect remains at large, according to the Rome Police Department. This is the third … more
Both Taberg brothers charged in their third brother’s death have now rejected plea offers from the Oneida County District Attorney’s Office and have set their cases towards trial. Micheal E. … more
VERONA — In preparation of the April opening of 7 Kitchens, the Turning Stone Resort Casino has announced it will begin hiring nearly 100 employees to fill a variety of full- and part-time … more
President Joe Biden accused Donald Trump and his supporters of holding a “dagger at the throat of democracy” in a speech Thursday to mark the anniversary of the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol. … more
ALBANY (AP) — Andrew Cuomo will be required to appear virtually for a court session today as a judge considers a prosecutor’s request to dismiss a fondling case against the former New York … more
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