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ROME — In a unanimous vote at its regular meeting on Tuesday, the Rome City School District Board of Education adopted a proposed budget of $130,285,026 for the 2022-23 school year. The spending … more
Now fully two years since the coronavirus pandemic blazed into New York State, officials are still putting out hotspots, when they really wish to knock it down for good, indicated Gov. Kathy Hochul … more
HERKIMER — Thousands of homes remain without power in Herkimer County following Tuesday morning's snowstorm, and county officials and National Grid are working to alleviate the burden.  Herkimer … more
NEW HARTFORD — A new pediatric care facility began welcoming patients for its first day of business Monday. Blooming Pediatrics, 1 Oxford Crossing, with health care providers Coral Montana and … more
Thousands of people are without power and rescue crews are out in full force across the region as a heavy, wet and possibly record-breaking snowfall blanketed the region this morning. "This is … more
MARCY — Standing in front of Marcy’s now-under-construction Wolfspeed semiconductor fab on Monday, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-NY, called for investments to continue to be made in the emerging … more
ALBANY — The state Department of Environmental Conservation and the Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation have announced that southern pine beetles have been found farther north than … more
Snow emergencies have been declared for the City of Utica and the Village of New York Mills ahead of tonight's snowstorm. According to the National Weather Service, anywhere from five to 12 inches of … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is declining to wade into a lawsuit filed by four New York City public school employees over a policy that they be vaccinated against COVID-19. Lower … more
ROME — Members of the Rome Rotary Club and the Rome Free Academy chapter of the Interact Club are combining efforts for a special Earth Day project, Canal Clean Sweep, at Bellamy Harbor Park from 1 to … more
ALBANY (AP) — One man’s scandal catapulted New York Gov. Kathy Hochul into office. Will alleged misconduct by another man hurt her chances of holding on to the job? Hochul’s previously smooth … more
ALBANY (AP) — New York approved 52 licenses Thursday that will allow hemp farmers to get a head start on growing marijuana for the state's upcoming adult market. The state Cannabis Control Board … more
ALBANY — The argument over criminal justice policy in New York is intensifying even after the new state budget made alterations to the bail laws. Three starkly different positions have emerged: … more
Friday capped off a weeklong challenge helmed by the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate, and Griffiss Institute — the 2022 Annual Challenge Competition at the Innovare … more
LAKE GEORGE — A plan to kill invasive milfoil with herbicide in two Lake George bays faces what may be its biggest hurdle Thursday. The Adirondack Park Agency is scheduled to vote at its monthly … more
FORT JOHNSON — Early details about the process and potential impacts of dissolving the village government in Fort Johnson seemingly won over residents packed into Village Hall on Wednesday. Around … more
Shortly after moving to South Florida for a new job with the U.S. military, Shannon Kaufman and his wife, Wendy, signed up for a whole other mission: buying a home. For months, they scoured listings, … more
BRIDGEWATER — The Stewart’s Shop on Route 8 in Bridgewater was robbed at gunpoint early Friday morning and the search is ongoing for the suspect, according to the Oneida County Sheriff’s … more
With the arrival of warm weather, road crews will be out in full force in the coming weeks and months to repair and renovate roads and highways. The New York State Police and AAA want to remind … more
UTICA — Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, held her annual Women of Distinction awards ceremony on Thursday at the Utica State Office Building, 207 Genesee St. Awards were presented … more
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