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HERKIMER — Herkimer College will hold its Fall Open House on Saturday, Oct. 30, from noon to 2 p.m. Prospective students and families will have the opportunity to meet the faculty, tour campus and … more
A Rome woman is accused of posing as another person during a traffic stop and then maintaining the ruse in City Court, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Sarah A. Bostick, 28, of … more
The Rome Police Department will hold the department’s first ever trunk-or-treat event ahead of Halloween on the evening of Wednesday, Oct. 27. The Rome Police event will take place from 5 to 7 p.m. … more
UTICA — Mohawk Valley Community College’s Nursing Associate in Applied Science degree program has earned continuing accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) … more
The Rome Police Department will disband its K9 Unit at the end of the year because there is no longer a need for marijuana-sniffing dogs, according to Police Chief Kevin C. Beach. The department is … more
A Zoom presentation on the Underground Railroad in Oneida County will be hosted by Fort Stanwix National Monument and park partners on Tuesday, Oct. 26. The report, “We took to ourselves liberty: … more
Rome Family YMCA, 301 W. Bloomfield St., will host a Vendor Stop & Shop Expo from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 30. Local vendors will be selling their products and homemade items. Raffle … more
Rome Fire Lt. Brian Townsend Jr. was honored on Friday with the Liberty Medal — one of the highest civilian honors in the state — for his off-duty rescue efforts at a horrific boating crash in … more
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is another installment in a series of columns highlighting the area’s agricultural community. WESTMORELAND — The farm operation George and Elaine Joseph purchased on Route … more
Mutual aid log To report an emergency: 911 Thursday 6:55 a.m. Stanwix Heights, spill/leak. 7:18 a.m. Westmoreland, Route 233, wires down. 8:14 a.m. Floyd and AmCare Ambulance, Route 49, accident. … more
ALBANY — Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, participated in a Thursday hearing regarding the New York State Division of Veteran’s Services in Albany which focused on the structure … more
UTICA — Ten people will be honored at the Central New York Labor Council’s annual Samuel Gompers Distinguished Service Award Dinner this Friday, Oct. 22, at Hart’s Hill Inn at 6 p.m.  The … more
SCHENECTADY — Price Chopper/Market 32 concluded its month-long initiative to help the American Red Cross, raising more than $29,000 for the American Red Cross Disaster Relief program. During … more
ILION — The United Mine Workers of America Local 717, the union representing Remington Arms employees, announced its endorsement of Anthony Brindisi for state Supreme Court Judge in the Fifth … more
UTICA — Empire State Development Thursday announced the completion of Utica College’s new $12.5 million Gordon Science Center Annex, a 23,300-square-foot building that houses state-of-the-art … more
Due to issues with our printing and delivering partners, single copy locations are not stocked with Saturday's Daily Sentinel printed edition. We also are aware of hard to read or blank pages. The … more
The Capitol Arts Complex youth acting group “The Rising Stars” stage production of “Mystery of the Collage” scheduled for Sunday, October 24, 2021, has been postponed as several of its cast … more
UTICA — Area motorists might have noticed a lack of vehicles in the parking lot of 221 Oriskany St. East in Utica, the longtime home of the Observer-Dispatch newspaper. The building is now up for … more
This week, Oneida County passed the one million mark when it comes to diagnostic testing for COVID-19, according to information from the county. As of Friday morning, 1,010,652 diagnostic tests for … more
An armed robbery at the Sunoco Gas Station on the east end of Martin Street in Rome is under investigation, according to local law enforcement officials. Sheriff’s deputies said a Black male … more
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