Fusco Optimistic About Rome’s Future During “State Of The City” Address
Rome is a city on the move, but it's going to take time and patience from its residents in order to help the city continue making gains.
DEC Warns Residents Of Possible Contact With Coyotes, Black Bears
As warmer spring weather begins to set in, the Department of Environmental Conservation is urging residents to be careful near coyotes and black bears.
County Executive Meets With Common Council, County Legislature To Discuss Sex Offenders
Although the issue of sex offenders staying at local motels has caused a stir, a meeting at the County Office Building has uncovered a larger problem.
Masonic Care Community Gears Up For Senior Olympics
The athletes may be a little older, but the level of competition will still be high at this year's Senior Olympics held at the Masonic Care Community.
Two Injured In Car Accident On Route 8
A two-car accident on Route 8 sent two people to the hospital with injuries.
NL East Preview For April 29 – May 5
In honor of it being the end of the semester and with my final graduate school papers taking advantage of what’s left of the spare time, this week’s NL East Preview will take the form of a nice series of limericks regarding each team...
Rome Men Arrested For Stealing Railroad Materials
Two Rome men are facing charges after attempting to steal railroad track material and scrap it for cash.
Local Land Trusts Receive State EPF Grants
Two Central New York parks, including one in Canastota, are receiving money through Conservation Partnership Program grants.
Herkimer PBA Selling Shirts To Raise Money For Community Memorial
People in the Mohawk Valley can show support for the victims of last month's Herkimer Shootings by purchasing a shirt from the Herkimer Police Benevolent Association.
Lawmakers Rally For Griffiss
Two local lawmakers are lobbying to bring the East Coast Anti-Missile Defense System site to Griffiss International Airport.