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Updated at 3:51 PM

ST. JOHNSVILLE — The Senior Citizen Saints conducted a meeting on March 19 with President Tom Croce greeting the 49 members in attendance.Sally Thomson reported on cards sent to Senior Saints members who were ill at home and read a thank you note from Dorothy Yacowenia.The 50/50 prizes were won by Alice Jean Thompson and Linda Hinkle.

Updated at 3:48 PM

LITTLE FALLS — Little Falls AARP Chapter No. 4367 met March 10 at the Little Falls Unitarian Universalist Church with 28 members and one guest present.

Updated at 3:32 PM

NEW YORK (AP) — Now that state lawmakers have closed a budget deal to fund prekindergarten in New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio is ready to turn to the next items on his sweeping liberal agenda: massively expanding affordable housing, increasing...

Updated at 3:23 PM

I just recently had a nice week’s break on a sunny (yet bitterly cold at times) island. Time with family, walks by the ocean and of course a little reading. Courtesy of local library I brought along ‘The Outrage Industry’ —what...

Updated at 2:54 PM

Putting aside the constitutional issues (which won’t be easy for some of us here), and the impact on the Affordable Care Act (another irresistible topic), think about the way hard cases – which often involve extremes – can...

Updated at 2:54 PM

CLINTON — Several local and state officials recognized Indium Corporation on March 13 for the company’s 80 years of achievement.The day was also proclaimed Indium Corporation Day in Oneida County, and in the cities of Rome and Utica.

Updated at 2:46 PM

UTICA — Computer Connection of CNY announced it has officially received R2 | ISO 14001:2004 certi?cation, the highest industry standard for responsible recycling of electronic waste.

Updated at 2:37 PM

LOWVILLE — The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has started work to reintroduce brook trout to a remote Adirondack pond in the Five Ponds Wilderness Area.

Updated at 2:00 PM

ALBANY — The last round of congressional redistricting in New York began with promises of reform, a nonpartisan process that would finally end years of gerrymandering widely mocked for creating outlandish districts to protect incumbents.

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