Jolene Cleaver @OD_Cleaver KIRKLAND — Clinton resident Richard Williams recently was honored for his longtime work in documenting local history.The Association of Professional Historians of New York State selected Williams for the 2017 Franklin D. Roosevelt Local Government Historian Professional Achievement Award.A portion of the letter from the association informing him of his award reads: "Throughout your years as historian for the town of Kirkland and village of Clinton, your work in...
Kaitlyn Conley sat calmly as her guilty verdict was read in Oneida County Court on Monday, but her family erupted into tears. Jolene Cleaver @OD_Cleaver
UTICA — Kaitlyn Conley sat calmly as her guilty verdict was read in Oneida County Court on Monday, but her family erupted into tears.After two full days of deliberation, a jury found Conley, of Sauquoit, guilty of first-degree manslaughter, but not guilty on the more serious charge of second-degree murder.
Jolene Cleaver @OD_Cleaver Recent mass casualty incidents in Texas and New York City have some citizens questioning how safe they are in houses of worship and other public places.According to data gathered by online crowdsourcing organization massshootingtracker.org, there have been more than 300 mass shootings in the United States so far this year, with each mass shooting defined as a single incident in which four or more people are shot. In one of the most recent, 25 people, including a...
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Selecting a term
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