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Snowmobile crash kills Rome man
Oneida Sheriff's Deputies say 38 year old Michael Hrim, from Rome, was riding on Trail C7F near Humaston Road about 12:45am, when his 2002 Yamaha went over a snowbank and went airborned.
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Thu Mar 13, 2014
Women's Wear Daily
Bochic Enters Handbag Market
The brand is branching out from fine jewelry and entering the handbag market with a new line of evening clutches.
Spirit Airlines president Ben Baldanza to speak at CenterState CEO annual meeting
Spirit Airlines President and CEO Ben Baldanza will deliver the keynote address at the annual meeting of CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity on April 14. Baldanza, a Central New York native, will talk about how he took a struggling business and invented a new category in the airline industry - the first ultra low-cost carrier, ... (more)
Wed Mar 12, 2014
North Country Now
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State Sens. Patty Ritchie and Joe Griffo and Assemblywoman Addie Russell agree that the state's rollout of the federal Common Core education standards has been inadequate, but their stances announced today indicate they disagree on what to do next.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
A Living Offering
In the February issue of First Things , Michael Milliner, who teaches art history at Wheaton College, has a striking reflection on the birth and baptism of his daughter.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Beware the Ides of March are upon us: Valley Views
Seriously? The 9th was more harrowing. That's the morning we woke up, missing an hour.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Cazenovia woman is named brigadier general; will lead sexual assault prevention program
New York Air National Guard Col. Dawne Deskins, commander of the Eastern Air Defense Sector in Rome, is being promoted to brigadier general, Gov Andrew Cuomo announced today.
Wall Street Journal
Berlin: From Gritty to Glam
IT'S SAID THAT Berlin is the real city that never sleeps, that its racy round-the-clock club culture and flourishing art scene rival those of New York City in the '80s.
Wall Street Journal
The Barcelona Chair: Too Iconic to be Cozy?
In 1981's 'From Bauhaus to Our House,' Tom Wolfe mocked the Barcelona Chair as an object of blind worship, sarcastically calling it 'the most perfect piece of furniture in the 20th century.'
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Two face drug charges after Verona traffic stop
Two men face drug charges after a traffic stop in Verona on Thursday morning, the Oneida County Sheriff's Office said.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Zoning board rejects bid for East Dominick slaughterhouse
The zoning board in the City of Rome voted down a variance Wednesday that would have paved the way for a meat processing plant on East Dominick Street.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Local NAACP President reacts to racism at Rome nursing home
The President of the Rome Chapter of the NAACP says racial discrimination at a local nursing home is not a reflection of overall community attitudes.
National Review Online
As Catholics begin the penitential season of Lent, during a time of uncertainty and violence in Ukraine, and as we approach It's important to me personally, because I have many former students and a lot of close friends who have been deeply involved in the Maidan movement, and their moral seriousness and bravery demand and deserve what solidarity I ... (more)
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Your News Now
Picente pitches community college consolidation in State of County speech
Oneida County executive Anthony Picente presented his state of the county address this morning, highlighting many successes for economic development from 2013 while also also introducing quite a few new initiatives for 2014.
State says Oneida County nursing home barred 'colored nurses' from one of its units
An Oneida County nursing home discriminated against black employees and posted an order that read "No Colored Nurses" were allowed on one of its floors, according to the state Attorney General's Office.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
PRLog US Entertainment
Independent Authors Team Up for Water.org
Mar. 3, 2014 - ROME, N.Y. -- Throughout 2014, independent authors have joined together to create the Writing for Water team, pledging a share of their earnings to water.org, the charity co-founded by Matt Damon and Pete White to bring clean water and decent santitation to communities worldwide.
Istanbul Becomes the Last Stop on the 'Grand Tour'
Instead of experiencing Venice, Stockholm, or Amsterdam without views of the canals, skip the western half of the continent altogether and head to Istanbul, where the "Grand Tour" tradition lives on thanks to stately hotels, accommodating locals, and an incredibly dense collection of outstanding cultural artifacts.
North County Public Radio
Rome NY drone site gains funding
Upstate New York's new drone testing site is closer to pulling enough money together to begin operating.
Video presentation prompts heate...
What started out as an educational video on the ethics of fracking followed by a question and answer session turned into a heated debate recently at Jamestown Community College North Training Center in Dunkirk.