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Thomas E. Rothdiener of Oriskany will march with one of the largest groups of veterans in the National Memorial Day Parade at 2 p.m. Monday, May 29. more

A 23-year-old woman is accused of attacking her grandmother with pepper spray on Floyd Avenue, according to the Rome Police Department. more
The City of Rome has received $1.5 million from New York Governor Kathy Hochul to tear down the former Columbus School on Columbus Avenue. more

A Westmoreland teenager was hospitalized after flying over the handlebars of his all terran vehicle in his backyard on Old Oneida Road on Tuesday. more
A 39-year-old man was hospitalized after his pickup truck crashed into a utility pole off Glenmore Road Tuesday night, according to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office. more
Contracts with Rick Turk Tree Service, American Curb and Concrete Cutters and the Power Authority of New York State are among the topics on this week’s agenda. more
The Levitt AMP Utica Music Series announced its lineup of artists on Monday who will perform at Kopernik Park in downtown Utica this summer. more
Newly tenured teachers were celebrated by the Rome City School District Board of Education and district Superintendent Peter Blake. more
The Rome Polish Home, 315 S. George St., has announced a discount for military service members and veterans. more
Earlier this month, during the Utica Commandery’s 200-year-old charter and the document’s metal case — were lost in transport. The items have been found. more
Utica City School District Chief Academic Officer Steven Falchi was appointed the new acting superintendent of the district Tuesday, May 23, 2023. more
Remsen FFA members attended the 98th annual New York State FFA Convention May 19 in Buffalo. Students actively participated in workshops, the Agriscience Fair and the Food Science Contest. more
Madison Central School District junior Olivia Crane earned third place May 6 in the Optimist International New York/New England District Oratorical Competition. more
Little sun shone through trees and overgrown grass. more
The Madison County Sheriff's Office announced recent arrests. more
Utica City School District Acting Superintendent Brian Nolan has resigned. more
The state police and other local law enforcement agencies will be cracking down on drunken and dangerous driving over the Memorial Day weekend. more
Spring is kickoff season for many kitchen remodels, bathroom updates and deck repairs, but recent economic turmoil may have homeowners questioning their home improvement plans. more
The Oneida Indian Nation has donated $1 million to support Mohawk Valley Health System and the new Wynn Hospital in downtown Utica. more
Steve Zogby, vice president of Scalzo, Zogby & Wittig, Inc. and Big I New York National Director, has received an advocacy award. more
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