3 hrs ago
Albany Times Union
Tracking prosperity for future
There is a sacred Native American proverb that says "We will be known forever by the tracks we leave." These are words that are particularly poignant as we joined with Gov.
7 hrs ago
Oneida County Legislator Chad Davis: County No Further Ahead In Proposed Settlement Than They Are Now
Oneida County Legislator Chad Davis joined WIBX First News with Keeler in the Morning to express his opposition to the pending agreement between the Oneida Indian Nation, New York State and Oneida and Madison Counties.
8 hrs ago
NewsChannel 9 WSYR
Oneida County man jailed on animal cruelty charge after dog dies
A Camden man was arrested on Wednesday on charges that his mistreatment of a dog led to its death.
12 hrs ago
Herkimer man facing child pornography charges
State Police have charged a Herkimer County man for an alleged online relationship with an underage girl.
15 hrs ago
Sex offenders: one woman's mission to separate myth from fact
Shana Rowan first met her fiance when they attended high school in downstate New York.
Tue May 21, 2013
Trenton town supervisor stands trial on child sex abuse charge
Trenton Town Supervisor Mark Scheidelman is on trial this week in Oneida County on charges that he touched a 10-year-old boy's genitals, the Utica Observor-Dispatch reports .
Summer Jobs Program Making A Return To Oneida, Herkimer Counties
Teens in Herkimer and Oneida Counties will be able to find work this summer, thanks to the return of the Summer Jobs program.
Oneida Nation land won't be taxed: Read the full Oneida-New York settlement here
When the sweeping settlement was announced last week by New York and the Oneida Indian Nation, officials gave just the bare outlines.
Mon May 20, 2013
Cash mobs highlight Small Business Week in Mohawk Valley
Small Business Week is underway and the Mohawk Valley Chamber of Commerce is celebrating with what's called "cash mobs." A large group of people storms a store, spending $10 each and boosting sales instantly.
Charges pending after dog dies from severe starvation in Camden
Charges are pending in an animal abuse case that has left an Australian Shepherd mix dead after being starved in Camden.
Sun May 19, 2013
How Gov. Cuomo, the Oneida Indian Nation and two counties made historic deal in record time
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Oneida Indian Nation leader Ray Halbritter, with John Becker, chairman of the Madison County Board of Supervisors, left, and Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente in Albany last week.
Sat May 18, 2013
Food Policy Advisory Council set up in Oneida County
Saturday was opening day for the outdoor version of the Oneida County Public Market, and Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente used it as a backdrop to announce what he hopes will be a huge help to the entire region.
Thu May 16, 2013
Students learn building trades at career fair
More than 300 juniors and seniors from a myriad of area schools spent Thursday morning at the Oneida County DPW Garage in Whitestown.
Oneida Nation, state agree on wide-ranging deal on gaming, taxing, land
For the first time, the Oneida Indian Nation has agreed to share its wealth with its longtime adversary, the state of New York.
Wed May 15, 2013
DEC Looking For Public Imput Regarding State Land In Oneida County
Nearly 2,200 acres of state land and forest in Oneida County are being targeted for a new Department of Environmental Conservation Unit Management Plan but they need public input first.
New, green life for home in Town of Ava
A house that otherwise would be destroyed will be seeing new life in the name of the environment and charity.
F.X. Matt and Turning Stone Resort Casino Introduce 'Upstate Lager'
The Turning Stone Resort Casino's newest restaurant is fully embracing local food and drink by offering its very own locally brewed beer.
Tue May 14, 2013
New owner of Davis Motel denied use variance, motel will not re-open
The Davis Motel in Utica will remain closed after the owner is denied a use variance.
Two men charged for burglary of Westmoreland home
Two Rome men are facing charges after authorities say they were responsible for stealing electronics and money from a home in Westmoreland.
Watertown Daily Times
Port Leyden man accused of stealing from Forestport residence
State police on Friday charged Xavier T. Polk, 27, of 7154 North Street, Port Leyden, with second-degree criminal trespass and petit larceny.