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Have you ever been scammed? Well, I was a short time ago, and it wasn’t pretty. Like a dope, I tried to go on the Internet and order a coat. more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., will host a free Medicare Seminar led by American Senior Benefits at 2 p.m. Monday, March 27. more
Doug Whitney inherited the same gene mutation that gave Alzheimer’s disease to his mother, brother and generations of other relatives by the unusually young age of 50. more

The New York State Office for the Aging (NYSOFA) urges all individuals 60+ to answer a newly launched statewide Community Assessment Survey for Older Adults. more
Seed and Weed Garden Club of Greater Utica is offering a one day guided bus trip to the Finger Lakes to explore the Sonnenberg Gardens and Mansion. more
St. Patrick’s Day is one that is celebrated by everybody from the O’Haras to the O’thellos. Everyone wears the green. I am part Irish — as we used to say. more
Kirkland Senior Center on Mill Street will host luncheons at noon on every Tuesday this month. more
The Oriska Valley Seniors have announced the organization’s officers for 2023. more
Thanks to the generosity of The Slocum-Dickson Foundation, Inc. Copper City CommunityConnection recognized its next group of members to achieve the Presidents Active LifestyleAward. more
Ten years ago, Joanna Johnston, a retired registered nurse, was living in Waterville and needed a fitness program to help her manage her osteoporosis and scoliosis. more
After doing this column for so many years (more than a quarter century now), I’ve learned there are two kinds of potential Social Security beneficiaries. more
Since February is American Heart Month, the Lee Unity Seniors invited the membership director of the Rome Family Y, to share information on the variety of programs the Y offers. more
With blaring sirens and flashing lights, members of New London Fire Department helped honor and celebrate the 101st birthday of Marion Poppleton. more
Kirkland Senior Center on Mill Street is hosting several special lunches during the month of January. more
Whether he’s giving respite care to terminally ill patients and their families, or going to pick up materials to build a wheelchair ramp. more
If you attend any government meetings in northern Madison County and surrounding areas, you may see 81-year-old Bruce Burke with his camera and a smile. more
Jervis Public Library, 613 N. Washington St., will host a free Medicare Seminar led by American Senior Benefits. more
Hospice & Palliative Care, Inc. named a Rome resident the recipient of the Hospice & Palliative Care Association of New York State’s Carol Selinske Volunteer of the Year Award. more
Daughter for Hire, a local companion care service for older adults, began as a small, one-person operation in 2012. more
A group of singers and instrumentalists have been entertaining seniors during the holiday season. more
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