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When Julia Gallagher had her eyebrows shaped via microblading a few years back, the experience lit something inside her and there was no turning back. more

On Tuesday, there was buzz about a bill that would provide grants, tax credits and other incentives for computer chip manufacturing would see action in the Senate.  more
Rome Health will host a health lecture on stroke prevention and early recognition at 6 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 4 ... more

Some 140 New York Army National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Syracuse-based 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team said farewell to their families on Friday, July 15, as they left on a mission … more
Multiple types of drugs — including heroin and methamphetamine — along with a loaded handgun were seized during a traffic stop in Oneida late Monday night ... more
The Prospect Library and the town of Trenton present Rattlin’ Bog in concert at 7 p.m. Thursday, at Prospect Union Park ... more
Clear Path for Veterans is seeking candidates to fill open positions, both volunteer and paid. more
New York’s average gas price is down 11 cents from last week, averaging $4.69 per gallon. more
The Town of Western Highway Department will temporarily close a portion of Sage Road from the intersection of Webster Hill Road ... more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N Washington St., is offering a wide catalog of items this summer including ukuleles, fishing poles, disc golf, passes to parks and zoos, metal detectors, dolls, CD … more
The building that once housed the YWCA Mohawk Valley in downtown Utica will undergo redevelopment as a new multipurpose facility. more
Hamilton College has announced Sean Bennett will serve as the college’s first vice president for diversity, equity, and inclusion. more
“A Simple Way to Eat Well. Meal Prepping Made Easy” touts the eye-catching sign displayed in The Balanced Chef’s front window, enticing foodies and restaurant patrons into the eatery ... more
Summer has begun and is a great time to get those “To Do” lists done — and making sure your children are up to date with immunizations should be high on the list, according to an … more
Cariol Horne started her morning outside the Tops Friendly Market in Buffalo, placing white roses at a colorful memorial to the 10 Black people slain there two months ago by a white … more
Savvy consumers consider price, performance and reliability when making a major purchase, such as a car or home appliance. The greatest of these is reliability — particularly lately. Supply chain … more
Eight people have been displaced from their home on Mandeville Street following a fire early Monday morning ... more
A corrections officer was injured inside Mid-State Correctional Facility after an inmate struck him in the mouth with a broomstick ... more
The Western Volunteer Fire Department doused a garage fire on Saturday — within minutes of when they were supposed to start a department banquet ... more
The former supervisor of a small Catskill Mountains town ravaged by Tropical Storm Irene in 2011 pleaded guilty Monday to charges he fraudulently obtained nearly $25,000 in aid ... more
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