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On Saturday, Dec. 18, Rotarian Diane Drake led over 70 volunteers in placement of 100 Remembrance Wreaths on Veterans’ final resting places at the historic Wright Settlement Cemetery on Cemetery … more
1st — As the world continues to handle all things dealing with COVID-19, New York state marked a one-year anniversary on Monday since the first infection was recorded. 2nd —  New York’s … more
1st — In the latest round of court filings in the 22nd congressional district election contest between Republican challenger Claudia Tenney and Democrat incumbent Anthony Brindisi, are motions … more
1st — Nursing home resident Philip Murphy beat COVID twice and wasn’t taking anymore chances. He was the first resident vaccinated at Rome Memorial Hospital’s Residential Health Care Facility … more
For air travelers, the new year picked up where the old one left off – with lots of frustration. By late morning Saturday on the East Coast, more than 2,400 U.S. flights and nearly 4,200 … more
ALBANY (AP) — Federal ambulance teams and additional National Guard members are headed for New York City, and western New York hospitals are getting more federal help, as coronavirus cases and … more
As municipalities around the area are beginning to notice an anticipated post-Christmas surge in COVID-19 cases, Madison County is no different. Madison County reported 79 new positive cases on Dec. … more
New York National Guard Soldiers and Airmen provided military funeral services for more than 10,000 families of veterans during 2021. As of Dec. 21, New York Army and Air National Guard funeral honor … more
Established in 1971, CRM Rental Management, Inc., located at 117 W. Liberty St., was recognized by the Rome Area Chamber of Commerce for its 50th anniversary in business. CRM is a real estate … more
Mariners are advised that, conditions permitting, all portions of the New York State Canal system are scheduled to open Friday, May 20, 2022, at 7 a.m. for the 2022 navigation season. This proposed … more
Work is in development on the state Department of Transportation Route 365/26 Pavement and Safety Improvement Project. The approved construction cost is $5.8 million of state and federal funding, … more
In a single day — now almost two years into the global coronavirus pandemic — Oneida County recorded its single highest new case count on Wednesday — 753 new positive cases — according to … more
Natalie Williams, the final of five community members who attended the regular meeting of the Rome Board of Education on Wednesday, Dec. 22, in order to appeal to the members during the Public … more
UTICA — A benefit event for the family that lost their children in an early morning fire in Utica on Monday is being planned for next month, according to law enforcement officials. Meanwhile, … more
The Madison County Highway Department will receive $2.17 million for the rehabilitation of the Solsville Road bridge over Oriskany Creek. State Sen. Rachel May, D-53, Syracuse, made the announcement … more
After two robberies at the same NBT Bank one week apart, Rome Police said they do not believe that the two heists are linked. Both remain under investigation. No arrests have been made so far. NBT … more
On the heels of local, state and federal governments creating policies to support schools in their efforts to educate students in-person during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, school districts in the … more
TOWN OF CAMDEN — No one was injured in a house fire on Route 69 in Camden Wednesday morning. Authorities said the alarm was raised at 11:29 a.m. for the two-story residence at 1801 Route 69, … more
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