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A 146 acre solar farm project will be discussed ... more

All Kinney Drugs locations in New York State now have a medication and drug collection kiosk, where customers can drop off their expired and unwanted medications. more
The Utica Police Department and the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office are teaming up for a Touch-A-Truck event at the Parkway Recreation Center, 220 Memorial Parkway, tonight as part of a … more

As construction continues on the Wynn Hospital in downtown Utica, the fate of the other area hospitals still remain unknown. more
Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce is seeking a part-time executive director, with long-time executive director Jackie Walters planning to step down. more
Rep. Claudia L. Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, has announced upcoming virtual office hours as well as in-person mobile office hour sessions for constituents in the 22nd Congressional District. … more
An armed robbery on Acme Road in Frankfort in Herkimer County is under investigation, according to law enforcement officials. more
Madison County residents who are eligible and want to take part in early voting for the Primary Election, will be able to at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church at 551 Sayles Street in Oneida. … more
Idyllic weather and enthusiastic crowds helped make for a festive Honor America Days parade in Rome on Saturday, July 30, according to organizers. more
A Utica woman is accused of stealing more than $36,000 from the unwell spouse of a deceased veteran and the federal Department of Veterans Affairs ... more
A Boonville man has been charged with boating while intoxicated on Fourth Lake after his pontoon boat overturned Sunday evening, according to the Webb Police Department. more
The body of Utica resident Musar Pwa was recovered from the Mohawk River Saturday morning after several days of searching ... more
A 48-year-old woman was killed when her motor vehicle crashed in Herkimer County Friday evening, according to the New York State Police. more
Both drivers were hospitalized following a two-vehicle collision on Lee Center-Taberg Road Saturday morning ... more
On a recent morning inside Chalmers School of Excellence on Chicago's West Side, five preschool and kindergarten students finished up drawings. more
The proposed U.S. Department of Agriculture rules would declare salmonella an adulterant — a contaminant that can cause food-borne illness — in breaded and stuffed raw chicken products. more
Janine Phillips, of Herkimer, saw one dream come true in 2019 when her romance novel, “Ten Bucks and a Wish,” written under her pen name, Janina Grey, was published. Now, with two more … more
"Had I not gotten financial help, I would not be successful. I would not have a degree. I would just be another statistic," said Enoshja Ruffin, 28, of Utica, New York ... more
Officials in New York City declared a public health emergency due to the spread of the monkeypox virus Saturday, calling the city "the epicenter" of the outbreak. more
July is National Ice Cream Month, no better time to visit a local drive-in, lured by the aromas, sights, and sounds of the season; a place where passers-by can’t help but stop and neighbors can’t … more
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