POLAND — Ninth-grader Shiane Irwin had three large jars filled with water on display in the Poland Central School gymnasium Thursday as part of her science project titled “Can a Helpful Chemical Be Harmful?”
Three former leaders of a once-potent New York City law firm are facing fraud charges stemming from its collapse.
FRANKFORT — The Frankfort man who shot himself in the face after a domestic dispute with his wife last month died Thursday morning from his self-inflicted injuries, according to an obituary.
ILION — A Richfield Springs man was arrested on charges that included kidnapping and assault Thursday morning after he allegedly held his estranged wife at knifepoint inside her car, according to Ilion police.
ALBANY — A bill has passed in the state Assembly that would delay portions of the Common Core standards, with some lawmakers praising the move even if it’s not exactly what they hoped for.
Dave Granlund cartoon on the new SAT exams.
A Richfield Springs man is facing charges after Ilion police said he hid in his estranged wife's vehicle and held her at knifepoint from behind.
ILION — Food Sense, a food co-op program offered through the Food Bank of Central New York and local nonprofit organizations, offers local families a way to save money and purchase foods for less.
ILION — The Ilion Little Theatre will conduct auditions for “Funny Money” at 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 8, and at 8 p.m. on Monday, March 10, at The Stables at 13 Remington Ave., Ilion.
HERKIMER — The Herkimer College Science Club will host Scott McKenzie from Mercyhurst University at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 11, in room No. 255 of the college’s Johnson Hall.
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