Saturday Aug 23
Son charged with abandoning mother in Oneida appears in court
Tomas Zavalidroga, charged with abandoning his 83-year-old mother and then falsely reporting her missing, appeared in City Court Friday.
The Hartford Courant
From Free Sex To Flatware
Members of the utopian Oneida community who settled in town believed Jesus Christ's return to earth had already occurred in 70 A.D., and it was their duty to prepare the world for the millennial kingdom .
Bail reduced for Thomas Zavalidroga
An Oneida City Court Judge reduced the bail for Thomas Zavalidroga, the Blossvale man accused of putting his elderly mother in the woods and then reporting her missing.
Power Authority approves low-cost electricity to 26 businesses
G.A. Braun Inc., which makes industrial laundry equipment at this plant in Cicero, will receive an allocation of 326 kilowatts of low-cost electricity from the New York Power Authority in exchange for a $10.9 million capial investment that is to create 20 jobs and retain 155 existing jobs.
Volunteers continue to come to Oneida to help flood victims
Believe it or not, after the devastating flooding on June 29, 2013, many homes in Oneida are still being worked on.
Tomas Zavalidroga denied lower bail in latest court appearance
Tomas Zavalidroga was in Oneida Court this morning, asking for his bail to be lowered, or that he be released on his own recognizance.