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A Dolgeville man admitted with stealing his deceased brother’s identity to get a passport in U.S. District Court. Timothy John Walsh, 62, pleaded guilty to making a false statement on a passport … more
There is no general property tax increase in the proposed $44.9 million 2021 Rome city budget presented by Mayor Jacqueline Izzo at a Wednesday night special common council meeting. The plan does … more
For the first two hours of his interrogations with law enforcement, a calm and sometimes jovial Jason P. D'Avolio repeatedly insisted that he loved his wife and did not know her whereabouts. It was … more
Oneida County reported 19 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, for 134 known active positive cases, while the Mohawk Valley had the lowest numbers of some pandemic indicators among all … more
Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol reminds area residents interested in joining the Sheriff’s Office, the next civil service exam for Correction Officer is scheduled for Dec. 5. All applications … more
COOPERSTOWN — The three candidates vying for the New York State’s 121st District Assembly seat — Daniel Buttermann, Jake Cornell, and John Salka — will meet in an online forum on Monday, Oct. … more
This is the next installment in a series on candidates up for election to state and federal offices in the general election, to be held on Tuesday, Nov. 3. State Sen. Joseph A. Griffo, R-47, Rome, is … more
WESTERNVILLE — The Western Town Library, 9172 Main St., has used a $500 donation from Stewart’s Holiday Match to boost its collection, using the funds to purchase a host of books for children … more
WESTERNVILLE — With additional re-opening guidelines being released by the governor’s office, ski areas throughout the state have been given the “go” to open next month. That has Tim Woods, … more
HERKIMER — Herkimer County Community College will host a memorial service in honor of alumna Jasmine Finch, 20, of Rome, a 2020 graduate who was killed on May 22 after being struck by a car.  The … more
VERONA — A Rome man was charged with breaking into Lock 22 of the Erie Canal and stealing tools and an iPhone. State Police at Sylvan Beach said on Oct. 15, troopers were called to investigate a … more
A Utica woman is accused of breaking into a Rome woman’s home on West Thomas Street and attacking her, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Christian N. Longamore, 27, of Seymour … more
A start date for a return to in-person instruction for Rome school district pre-K students at the former Clough school site at 409 Bell Road will be delayed "due to some unforeseen issues with pipes … more
Despite a fast-approaching deadline of 5:30 p.m. tonight, city officials were still working on crafting their plan this morning and not releasing any details regarding the upcoming spending proposal … more
Virtual open houses are being offered Thursday for Rome Free Academy and Strough Middle School, and throughout the week for Madison-Oneida BOCES. • Links to participate in the RFA and Strough open … more
Oneida County will allow two spectators per player in high school sports events, a newly clarified policy on how to apply state guidelines. County Executive Anthony Picente Jr. announced late this … more
Oneida County reported seven new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, for 116 known active cases, and appears to be avoiding the uptick in positive-test rates seen in many other regions of New York. Six … more
The murder trial of Jason P. D'Avolio is going to be a look into the life of his wife and alleged victim, Kerrilee. According to opening statements delivered in County Court Tuesday afternoon, the … more
Daniel Buttermann, candidate for New York’s 121st Assembly District gave the following answers to questions regarding the upcoming general election: Can you give constituents a bit of background … more
John Salka, the incumbent assemblyman for New York’s 121st District, gave the following answers to questions regarding the upcoming general election: Can you give constituents a bit of background … more
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