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LEE — Laura Kinney is on the ballot for Lee town clerk. The Lee native has been placed on the ballot following a canvassing of candidates by the Lee Republican Committee in the wake of the … more
CLINTON — Crystal Lin, of Utica, will serve as a peer tutor for biology and is the head tutor for chemistry in Hamilton’s Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning Center this year. The mission of … more
FLOYD — There will be a special meeting of the Floyd Town Board at 7 tonight at the Town Hall, 8299 Old Floyd Road, to review the tentative 2022 budget and to discuss town business. more
UTICA — Harrison “Chip” Hummel, who recently retired from Human Technologies’ Board of Directors, has been named a director emeritus for his 30 years of service to the company and his … more
UTICA — On Saturday, Oct. 30, the Mohawk Valley Latino Association (MVLA) will hold its 17th Annual Gala at Valentino’s Banquet Hall, 3899 Oneida St., New Hartford from 6 p.m. until 11 p.m. The … more
In a Monday morning roundtable discussion, representatives of the Latino community throughout the states 119th Assembly District — represented by Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon — weighed in … more
SCHUYLER — In a recent announcement, Empire State Development touted the groundbreaking for the Fountainhead Group’s $19 million, 195,000 square-foot warehouse and distribution center at the … more
Congresswoman Claudia Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, is supporting the, “Let Me Travel America Act,” which would prohibit the U.S. Federal Government from mandating the COVID-19 vaccination as a … more
TOWN OF LEE — Two people were injured after their SUV hit a building at Point Rock and Skinner roads Friday afternoon, according to a report by local law enforcement officials. Sheriff’s … more
A 40-year-old man was charged on Thursday with fighting with his girlfriend in Rome, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Jay M. Mather, of William Street, was in an argument with his … more
An 18-year-old woman has been charged following a dispute with her boyfriend and his mother on East Bloomfield Street very early Friday morning, according to law enforcement officials. Police said … more
The program at Oneida County History Center scheduled for Oct. 20 on Utica’s Sousa Connection: Rev. George Fisher has been postponed. Updates on the schedule will be posted on online at … more
A man and woman are dead in a double homicide in Rome's outer district Monday morning, stabbed to death by the son of one of the victims, according to law enforcement officials. The son, 30-year-old … more
Sunday, there were 28 COVID-19-related deaths across the state, and by Monday the statewide seven-day average infection positivity rate was measured at 2.46%, according to informaiton from Gov. Kathy … more
A possible stabbing is under investigation on Old Oneida Road in Rome's outer district. State police were called to 5944 Old Oneida Road shortly before noon on Monday to check the welfare of someone … more
The office of Rep. Claudia Tenney, R-22, New Hartford, will be extending the deadline for a congressional nomination to a U.S. Service Academy through Nov. 1.  Any high school junior or senior can … more
TOWN OF VERNON — Accused of damaging a motor vehicle during a large fight, a 19-year-old man is facing a felony charge. Sheriff’s deputies said Colin Chesebro, 19, was involved in a fight with … more
CITY OF ONEIDA — The Oneida Police Department announced the following recent arrests. • Jennifer L. Lappe, 50, of Vernon, was ticketed on Oct. 10 for petty larceny. • Wilford Winder, 31, of … more
ALBANY — A statewide virtual Manufacturing Day celebration brought students from across the state together to learn about careers in the manufacturing industry.  FuzeHub, the statewide center for … more
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