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UTICA — A Utica man pleaded guilty in County Court on Monday to his role in a fatal shooting in the city. Charles Phillips, of Utica, pleaded guilty before Judge Robert L. Bauer on Monday to one count … more
YORKVILLE — A red SUV is wanted by the Yorkville Police Department after hitting and killing a dog on Highland Avenue early Monday morning. Police said the unknown vehicle struck a dog on Highland … more
LOWVILLE — Lewis County officials celebrated a $50 million capital program investment in Lewis County with a groundbreaking ceremony last week for one of the program’s major projects — a more … more
ROME — Tickets for the Rome Free Academy production of the musical, Newsies, are now on sale for $8 through Thursday, or $10 at the door. Presale tickets are available at Jervis Public Library, 613 … more
ROME — The Rome City School District has once again been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from the NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music … more
“This is what the future looks like. Welcome to the future,” said Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. at the Monday celebratory ribbon cutting of the under-construction, $1 billion … more
TRENTON — A 47-year-old man was killed when he was struck by an oncoming pickup truck shortly after midnight on Route 365 Sunday, according to the New York State Police. State police said James J. … more
Jurors have heard — and rejected — an array of excuses and arguments from the first rioters to be tried for storming the U.S. Capitol. The next jury to get a Capitol riot case could hear … more
COVID-19 vaccinations are at a critical juncture as companies test whether new approaches like combination shots or nasal drops can keep up with a mutating coronavirus — even though it's not … more
BOONVILLE — The Boonville Volunteer Fire Department held their annual meeting on April 4 and announced the following officers. Fire Chief David Pritchard Jr., First Assistant Chief Rusty Yauger, Second … more
It’s a good year to try something new. Turkey hunting can challenge even the seasoned hunter, plus it is a great excuse to get up early and get outside. Spring youth turkey weekend is quickly … more
NEW YORK (AP) — In the aftermath of their hard-won labor victory, Amazon workers in the New York City borough of Staten Island popped Champagne, cheered their victory and danced in celebration. … more
The portion of U.S. children getting routine vaccinations required for kindergarten dipped slightly during the pandemic. A government report released Thursday looked at vaccination rates for the 2020-21 school year. It shows rates were close to 94% for measles, whooping cough and chickenpox vaccinations. That was down 1% from a year earlier. It means 35,000 U.S. children entered kindergarten without evidence of complete vaccination for extremely contagious diseases. That raises concerns for potential increase in those diseases. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there are so far no signs of any outbreaks. more
ROME — The Griffiss Institute will again work with the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate and Office of Undersecretary of Defense, along with several universities, to train a new … more
SAUQUOIT — Monday through Friday next week will see an increased law enforcement presence near local schools for the No Empty Chair Campaign, an annual education and enforcement initiative aimed at … more
CAMDEN — A former Otsego County Sheriff’s deputy is accused of accidentally discharging his personally-owned firearm at the Grape N’ Grog restaurant in Camden, according to the New York State … more
ROME — Superofficial, a new gourmet coffee and tea cafe sharing space with The Copper Easel, will celebrate its grand opening at 216 W. Dominick Street this Friday. Extensive renovations have … more
VERONA — A Madison County man was killed when his U-Haul van crashed head-on with a pickup truck on Route 46 in Verona late Wednesday night, according to the New York State Police. Troopers said … more
New York State Attorney General Letitia James announced on Tuesday the first round of payment distributions following $1.5 billion in settlements from opioid manufacturers.  Among the payments, … more
CLINTON — Kirkland Town Library, 55 1/2 College St., is hosting Art Show Earth Day 2022 — ongoing through the month of April — featuring a quilt created with squares made by CNY Green Bucket … more
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