BLOTTER: Troop D Oneida

State police seek public assistance with identifying an individual in surveillance photo

UPDATED INFORMATION:On March 6, 2019, the complainant contacted state police and advised that a man contacted him, paid him for the wood that was taken and no longer desired to have any criminal action taken against the individual.

The investigation is now […]

Road closings planned for America’s Greatest Heart Run & Walk March 2

All drivers who encounter these traffic situations are asked to be patient and to obey the Law Enforcement and Fire officials along the route. For more information, please call the American Heart Association at (315) 580-3964.

Patients and Staff seeking to get to St. Luke’s Hospital must approach traveling south on Champlin Avenue. Screening […]

Dawn of the Dead Bake Sale Oct. 10

Central New York Roller Derby (CNYRD) is holding a bake sale fundraiser hosted by our friends at the Tramontane Cafe. Funds raised will go to help CNYRD with their daily operations such as rental fees. There will be some vegan and gluten free items available

What: Bake Sale

Date: October 10, 2015

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Two by Two Zoo Delights Kids at Fair

Patrick Hoch, 8, of Canastota, is pictured “cuddling” with 4-year-old Gabby the Alligator, courtesy of the Two by Two Zoo exhibit at the Madison County Fair in Brookfield Friday afternoon. Quentin Moon, 7, of Brookfield, visits with Sapphire, 8, a tortoise. Sapphire was visiting the Madison County Fair with Two by Two Zoo of […]