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The Oneida Indian Nation marked the passing of former New York Supreme Court Justice and New York Court of Appeals Judge Richard Simons. more
A dollar doesn’t go as far as it did at the beginning of this year and it’s only getting worse as food pantries work to ensure the hardest hit in the community don’t go hungry. more
Ward 1 Councilor Gary Reisman has left the Oneida Common Council and his replacement, Jim Szczerba, was sworn in at Tuesday’s meeting. more
Drug, traffic charges among recent arrests in Madison County. more
Resisting arrest, harassment among charges ... more
Join Madison County’s World Breastfeeding Week celebration on Friday, Aug. 5, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Allen Park on Broad Street in Oneida. more
21-year-old man and two younger teenagers have been charged with stabbing a man on Williams Street in Oneida ... 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
Two public hearings and a local law to abolish the elective office of the city chamberlain are on the docket for the upcoming Oneida Common Council’s regular meeting ... more
For the past several years, the reputation of police officers has taken a hit, leading to fewer and fewer applicants looking to protect and serve. more
The New York Lottery announced Thursday that one top-prize winning ticket was sold for Wednesday’s Take 5 Evening drawing. more
Bikers pedaled along some of Oneida’s deepest history on Tuesday during “Tuesday on the Towpath,” conducted in part by the Oneida Improvement Committee, Oneida Community Mansion House, … more
Petty larceny, mischief among recent arrests ... more
Oneida’s Local Planning Committee wrapped up its final meeting having settled on a list of projects they recommend for funding through the city’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative … more
The Oneida Common Council heard from the public regarding the chamberlain’s office and seagulls at Glenwood Plaza before introducing local laws that affect term limits. more
A report of a possible gunshot near a playground on Franklin Street in Oneida Sunday night was determined to just be a firecracker, according to the Oneida Police Department. more
A full agenda is slated for the Common Council’s regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 5, in the Common Council Chambers... more
Charges include harassment, unlawful imprisonment and obstruction of governmental administration. more
A quantity of crystal methamphetamine was seized from an apartment in Madison County Friday morning, with two residents in custody… more
On Tuesday summer afternoons on Oneida’s Main Street, just on the outskirts of the city’s downtown, one can find a collection of unique artisans hoping to connect with consumers through … more
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