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The popular local food truck event – What the Truck? – has kicked off its seventh season from 4 to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays at Canal Park, 215 Leland Ave., Utica. Food trucks participating … more
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has launched the Central-Finger Lakes segment of the New York State Birding Trail to highlight the state’s world-class and wide-ranging … more
The Cortland County Democratic Committee announced it has endorsed Josh Riley for Congress, now in the newly-drawn 19th Congressional District.  “Our committee voted decisively to endorse Josh … more
With fatal motorcycle crashes on the rise, the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee is raising awareness about the need for safety on roadways. According to the Institute for Traffic Safety … more
A reunion will be held for all Rome Free Academy graduates Aug. 12-14 at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino on Patrick Road in Verona. The event is being hosted by the RFA Class of 1959. Activities … more
Lilyann Minicozzi, a senior at Rome Free Academy, is the 2022 winner of the Robert D. Manfred Scholarship, according to an announcement by scholarship officials. As a result, she will receive up to … more
A well-known Finger Lakes winery is up for sale. Glenora Wine Cellars has been listed at $10.8 million. Glenora was the first winery on Seneca Lake, and one of just a few in the Finger Lakes when it … more
Officials with the New York State Police have announced the following recent arrests in Oneida, Herkimer and Madison counties: • Mitchell J. Redner, 30, of Boonville, was charged in Boonville on … more
Holland Patent resident Michael Parker was metal detecting near where the school field hockey team practices and plays. One of his finds was a 2002 girl’s class ring. more
All New York schools could be required to offer free breakfast and lunch to their students. The legislation was introduced recently in the state Senate by Sen. Michele Hinchey, D-Kingston, and in the … more
Steve Wells, Madison County resident, founding partner of Syracuse-based American Food and Vending Corporation, and former criminal prosecutor, has announced he will seek election in … more
There’s no mistaking SUNY Morrisville Professor Sheila Marshman’s compelling dedication as a teacher, according to college officials. “My purpose is to help others find … more
New York health officials are investigating a potential case of monkeypox after a patient tested positive for the family of viruses associated with the rare illness, state … more
Home Sweet Home Cleaning & Gardening, LLC has teamed up with Cleaning for a Reason, a nonprofit, to provide free house cleaning to cancer patients throughout the United States and … more
BUFFALO — Roberta Drury, a 32-year-old woman who was the youngest of the 10 Black people killed at a Buffalo supermarket, was remembered at her funeral Saturday for "that smile that could light … more
KeyBank has announced the acquisition of GradFin, a leading public service loan forgiveness counseling provider. This furthers Key’s commitment to accelerate growth through targeted investments in … more
Members of the Utica Police Department and their families gathered on Thursday to hold their annual awards ceremony, honoring the men and women in uniform for their law enforcement … more
A pair of local residents were among the nearly 1,200 students who received bachelor’s degrees at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute undergraduate commencement ceremony last … more
At the regular meeting of the Rome City School District Board of Education on May 18, members unanimously approved officially naming the press box at RFA Stadium after Raymond Tarkowski, who has … more
The Rome City School District board of education has announced several upcoming meetings. They include the following committee meetings all the District Offices, 409 Bell Road: Policy — … more
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