Hogan Presents Research at National Conference

Oneida Resident One of Seven Invited to Exhibit

(Oneida, NY – April 2013) Revanna Hogan of Oneida was among seven Cazenovia College psychology majors to have a poster presentation accepted at the recent Eastern Psychological Associations’ 84th annual meeting in New York City in early March.

Dr. Rachel Dinero, assistant professor of psychology at Cazenovia […]

Talk on Genetically Modified Food is April 17

Oneida Public Library News

(Oneida, NY – April 2013) Beth Aust addresses the health issues surrounding the controversial use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in the human food supply at Oneida Public Library Wednesday April 17 at 6:30 p.m.

According to the Non-GMO Project, a not-for-profit organization promoting GMO-free food, the practice of GMOs uses […]

Genesee Ted Trio to Perform April 16

(Oneida, NY – April 2013) Genesee Ted, a local trio of old-time musicians and singers, will appear at Oneida Public Library Tuesday April 16 at 7 p.m. for a free concert of folk, blues, bluegrass, country and original tunes.

The group is made up of Dana Cooke on mandolin, guitar and strumstick; Eileen Rose on […]

Spaghetti Supper Supports Youth Programs

(Oneida, NY – April 2013) The Oneida-Sherrill Lions Club will serve its annual spaghetti supper from 5 to 8 p.m. April 16 at the Madison House Restaurant. The event is a fundraiser for the club’s scholarships and youth programs.

The menu features the Madison House’s famed spaghetti with meatballs or sausage, Italian bread, salad, beverage […]

Mad Professor Explores the Life of Eggs

Oneida Public Library News

(Oneida, NY – April 2013) After-school Science at Oneida Public Library on Tuesday April 16 at 4 p.m. brings back Jen Herzog, the mad professor, to dazzle elementary students with the wonders of the egg.

Herzog, a professor at Herkimer Community College, will show samples of eggs from several species, including […]

Concert to Celebrate Volunteerism to be held at the Kallet

Featuring music by Karen Savoca with Pete Heitzman

(Oneida, NY – April 2013) A free concert to celebrate volunteerism is fast approaching. It is planned for Thursday April 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Kallet Civic Center in downtown Oneida featuring Karen Savoca with Pete Heitzman.

The purpose is to promote volunteerism and […]

Car Seat Check to be Held in Oneida April 12

(Oneida, NY – April 2013) Car seat check season begins early this year as event organizers hold their first indoor event at Nye Ford on Genesee Street in Oneida from 1 to 4 p.m. Friday, April 12. Follow the signs to the Nye Ford Rental Department.

If you want to ensure that your child’s car […]

Spring Break Brings Lambs and a Film to the OPL

Oneida Public Library News

(Oneida, NY – April 2013) Oneida Public Library offers housebound students on spring break welcome diversions with a premier showing of the recent animated film release “Rise of the Guardians” on Tuesday April 9 at 2 p.m. and a close-up show and tell about spring lambs with Lisa Mawson on Friday […]

AARP Chapter 3328 Meets April 10

(Oneida, NY – April 2013) The Oneida Area AARP Chapter 3328 will meet on Wednesday April 10 at St. Paul’s Church, on the lower level, 551 Sayles St. in Oneida. The business meeting will start promptly at 1:30 p.m. Following the committee reports, the Nominating Committee will be presenting the slate of Officers for 2013-2014, […]

Oneida Healthcare Auxiliary Brings Harlem Ambassadors for Benefit Game

(Oneida, NY – April 2013) The Oneida Healthcare Auxiliary is sponsoring a benefit basketball game with the Harlem Ambassadors professional basketball team. Their opponent with be an “Auxiliary All-Stars” team, comprised of well-known local residents.

The “fun and entertaining” contest will be played in Oneida High School’s Fariel Gym Tuesday, April 2 at 6:30 p.m.


Commission Discusses Unified Code Book for City

Would like more efficient process for developers

By Margo Frink

(Oneida, NY – March 21, 2013) At the regular monthly meeting of the Oneida Planning Commission, a discussion on the city’s downtown design guidelines went into the direction of the adoption of a Unified Development Code, which has been incorporated by other cities across the […]

Families Celebrate Reading at First Literacy Event

“Cat in the Hat” (Maureen Fox of CAP) and two young readers enjoyed choosing books in the event’s book room. More than 1,000 gently used books were donated from the community to distribute at the event.

“Captain Book” (Liz Metzger, Director of Canastota Public Library) read stories to children attending CAP’s first annual Literacy Event.