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The emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) offers a glimmer of hope in the fight against STDs and has the power to revolutionize the landscape of STD detection, treatment, and prevention. more
The Utica City School District Board of Education met to decide how to handle the vacant seat left by the resignation of former member Anthony LaPolla. more
Mid-York Library System will start the Mid-York Library Road Trip event beginning June 1. This summer, children, adults and families are welcome to join a three-month trip to visit 45 … more
The New York Power Authority has opened the recreational boat launch at the Hinckley dam and reservoir, along with the site’s fishing access area, for the 2022 season on Monday, … more
Assemblywoman Marianne Buttenschon, D-119, Marcy, spoke at the 5th Annual Veterans’ Recognition Dinner at the Lake Delta Inn on Wednesday.  The event was sponsored by the Lake Delta Kiwanis Club … more
WATERTOWN — According to its recently released economic impact report, Fort Drum pumped nearly $1.5 billion for fiscal year 2021 into the regional economy of the North Country, a 4.6% increase from … more
NIAGARA FALLS — The hand sledge rhythm is slow and deliberate, the strokes practiced and controlled. Slowly the big rocks become small. The river roars in the background. Tido has been at this … more
Shortly after moving to South Florida for a new job with the U.S. military, Shannon Kaufman and his wife, Wendy, signed up for a whole other mission: buying a home. For months, they scoured listings, … more
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