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There will be a public Grace’s Tea party celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Carpenter House from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, May 13, at the Rome Art and Community Center. more

Anyone who has ever tried to garden under or around a black walnut tree (Juglans nigra) has undoubtedly been frustrated. more
Walking up and down the hallway, I was so excited to receive my new shoes. My mom loved buying my sister, brother, and me new clothes whenever she was able. more

Area musicians are invited to Jam with the Band Cincinnati Creek in a special concert/jam program at 7 p.m. Monday, May 8 at the Rome Art and Community Center, 308 West Bloomfield St. more
“Tender Rain,” a play written by Mohawk Valley native Kyle Bass, made its world premiere on Wednesday at Syracuse Stage. more
Two Herkimer Central School District students had their artwork selected by a panel of judges as winners for the Fenimore Art Museum’s 2023 Young at Art! more
More than 700 students graduated from SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Marcy at twin commencement ceremonies on Saturday. more
Nina Simmons of New Hartford Central High School has been named the first recipient of the Michael D. Sodders Scholarship. more
“Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.” Nearly 300 area athletes will again recite those words as they compete in the 2023 Special Olympics Spring Games. more
Competitors from three area BOCES earned awards and recognitions April 26-28 at this year’s SkillsUSA New York State Leadership and Skills Conference in Syracuse. more
The Herkimer Police Department is warning the public about a suspect who has been spotted walking onto porches, into garages and around local businesses. more
Camden Central School District 10th grade student Annaka Stauring recently had her work selected for the Syracuse Stage Young Playwright’s Festival held May 2 in Syracuse. more
Utica University will award an honorary degree to Southeastern Conference Commissioner Greg Sankey at its 2023 undergraduate commencement ceremony. more
Volunteers with the Utica chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace will be hard at work all weekend long as they build beds for children in need during their second annual Mega Build event. more
For 33 years, Oneida has been dedicated to keeping its city green with a Tree City USA designation. more
A Utica man admitted to shooting and killing a man in Utica during an appearance Friday morning in Oneida County Court, according to court officials. more
Every month, Mastrovito Hyundai supports a different nonprofit in the Mohawk Valley. more
A 56-year-old man is accused of slashing his roommate with a knife during an argument on Wednesday, according to the Utica Police Department. more
With the school’s final graduation just around the corner, the temperature in the community can be summed up by many in the community in one word — somber. more
The Associated Press will deploy a small army of journalists to cover the coronation of Britain’s King Charles III. But for his mother’s crowning the news cooperative enlisted the help of an air force. more
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