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Winter has a lot of annoyances to contend with, but one thing people don’t have to worry about is pesky insects and stinging bees. more
As inclement weather sweeps into the area Friday afternoon, emergency notices follow. more
Local bird watchers in the Rome area took part in the 123rd annual Christmas Bird Count conducted by the National Audubon Society, Sunday, Dec. 18. Over 300 miles were covered. more
The American Red Cross is asking everyone to consider donating blood and platelets before the end of the year, and they are offering free long-sleeve T-shirts to donors. more
Temperatures plunged far and fast Thursday as a winter storm began forming ahead of Christmas weekend, promising heavy snow, ice, flooding and powerful winds across a broad swath of the country and complicating holiday travel. more
The unemployment rate in the Utica-Rome MSA declined from 3.6% in November 2021 to 3% in November 2022, according to a report released Tuesday by the state Bureau of Labor Statistics. more
New York State Police Major Vincent T. Lightcap has been named the new commander of Troop D, which oversees Oneida, Madison, Lewis, Herkimer, Jefferson, Oswego and Onondaga counties. more
Shelters in Madison and Oneida counties are experiencing higher volumes of surrenders and animals in need of medical care. more
Snow-shoveling season is here, and the American Heart Association wants to alert everyone to the dangers of a heart attack while clearing your walkway. more
New York on Thursday became the latest state to ban the sale of cats, dogs and rabbits in pet stores in an attempt to target commercial breeding operations decried by critics as “puppy mills.” more
50 Forward Mohawk Valley announced the funding of $2.1 million for the renovation of the West Side Senior Center in West Utica. more
A Utica man pleaded guilty in federal court on Thursday to his role in a large-scale drug trafficking operation in Oneida County, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. more
The Village of Whitesboro is under a snow emergency. more
In the wake of Cazenovia College announcing its spring 2023 semester will be its last, some enrolled students are already looking to jump ship, and some are looking at Utica University. more
Between now and New Year's, the Daily Sentinel takes a look back at 2022. more
The City of Utica has declared a snow emergency effective at 10 p.m. tonight, Thursday, Dec. 15. more
On Friday, Bright Nights at the Utica Zoo will be canceled. more
A major winter storm is on the way for the second half of this week, with upwards of six to 10 inches of snow expected, according to the National Weather Service in Binghamton. more
Officials are expressing their opposition to yesterday’s announcement that SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering will be moving to the University at Albany.  more
The Remsen Arts Center announces the cancellation of the Chesapeake Chamber Group Holiday Concert. more
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