Morrisville State College students bake holiday cheer

Travel and tourism student Nyeenya Brownlee, of Brooklyn, poses with apple pies, which were made during annual IFSEA fundraiser. Photo by Ken Chapman, New Media Strategist

Thirty years. Three thousand eggs. More than 4,000 pies. Those are some of the top tallies from the International Food Service Executives Association’s pie sale throughout […]

This Thanksgiving, Don’t Quit Cold Turkey Without Your Doctor’s Help

While the holidays are a time for celebration with family and friends for many, there can also be stress associated with holiday preparations and gatherings. In fact, according to a study by the American Psychological Association, more than a third of people feel an increase in stress over the holidays – and that […]

Oneida Police Department blotter

As we head into the busy holiday season, the Oneida Police Department would like to remind all residents and visitors to the city to keep their vehicles locked at all times that the vehicle is unattended. This includes shopping centers, streets, parking lots and even private driveways.

Additionally, any valuables left […]

Schneiderman announces multistate settlement dissolving deceptive veterans’ charity 

VietNow National Headquarters, Inc., used deceptive telemarketing solicitations falsely claiming the charity funded services, medical facilities, and treatment for veterans – but less than 5% of donations went to any charitable programs

Settlement dissolves shell charity, secures injunctive relief, transfers remaining funds to legitimate veterans charities

Settlement is part of AG Schneiderman’s Operation Bottomfeeder, […]

COLUMN: Musings of a Simple Country Man

Hobie Morris

A Veteran’s Day Postscript: No veterans, no war, and maybe no world

The American men and women are all dead now, including my Father, who was an undergraduate at Hamilton College and in the student officer’s military training program, when the war to “make the world safe for democracy” ended in November […]

Schneiderman announces settlement with Oswego County to ensure health insurance coverage for transgender employees

Agreement removes categorical exclusion for coverage of gender transition, which violated Civil Rights Act and NYS Human Rights Law; Nov. 20 was Transgender Day Of Remembrance

Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today announced a settlement with the County of Oswego to ensure that transgender county employees and retirees have access to essential health care coverage […]

Madison Beck named WPI women’s student-athlete of the week

The seniors from the women’s basketball team, which features Madison Beck, have been tabbed as the WPI female Student-Athlete of the Week for the week ending Sunday, Nov. 19.

Led by repeat MVP Ama Biney, who averaged 15 points to go with eight rebounds, four steals and two assists this past weekend, the six-member class […]

State Police encourage pistol permit holders to recertify their permit ahead of approaching deadline

The State Police is reminding pistol permit holders of the upcoming deadline to complete recertification of their permit.

Recent changes to New York State Penal Law require license holders to recertify every five years. Individuals who were issued a Pistol /Revolver License before January 15, 2013, must recertify by January 31, 2018.

The deadline to […]

State Police arrest fugitive of justice from State of Ohio

On Nov. 13, 2017, at approximately noon, state police were patrolling the village of Whitesboro when they observed a driver of a vehicle using his cell phone. The driver of the vehicle, Dominick Gianconna, 44, was identified and interviewed.

During the traffic stop, state police learned that Gianconna was wanted out of the state of […]

Morrisville State College equine program shines at NAILE

Morrisville State College’s equine program shined during the 44th annual North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE), held at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky., Nov. 5.

Morrisville equine manager Scott Seymour accompanied three Morrisville students to NAILE to compete with the college’s hitch and alluring draft horses. Morrisville is the […]

Nicholas Santaro of Manlius Selected for Chemistry Honorary Society at St. Lawrence University

Pictured from left are Nick Santaro, Meghan Oram, Anne Buck, Kelsey Murphy and Avery Peck.

Nicholas J.P. Santaro of Manlius has been selected for membership into Chymist, the chemistry honorary society at St. Lawrence University.

Santaro is a member of the Class of 2018 and is majoring in biology.

This organization derives its name […]

The Horned Dorset Inn concludes its 40th anniversary with special holiday offerings

The Horned Dorset Inn approaches the end of its 40th anniversary year, there’s still time to enjoy memorable gourmet dinners and overnight accommodations before this quintessential hostelry closes out its 2017 season with a final night of dining and celebration Dec. 31. Chef Aaron Wratten, his wife and inn Manager Maddalena Molli, and their courteous […]