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Rome man faces charges after incident with sister

ROME — A 29-year-old man is facing multiple charges after a domestic dispute at his sister’s house in Rome Monday morning, according to the Rome Police Department. Police said Robbie L. Johnson, of Rome, went to his sister’s home in the 300 block of N. Madison St. at about 9:30 a.m. Monday and let himself in. Police said Johnson got into an argument with his sister, then threatened her with a long boom handle.
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2 facing several charges after heroin, fentanyl found during Madison County drug bust

SULLIVAN, N.Y. – Following a lengthy investigation, two people in the town of Sullivan have been arrested and charged with possessing and selling various drugs. According to the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, a search warrant was executed at 147 Oswego Ave. on Tuesday, May 17, uncovering heroin, fentanyl, methamphetamine, psilocybin mushrooms, numerous pills, blasting caps and several firearms.
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Reservations for June ‘Camping at the Art Park’ now open

CAZENOVIA — This spring, Stone Quarry Hill Art Park (SQHAP) is once again giving the public the opportunity to camp among the sculptures and enjoy the park at night. Located at 3883 Stone Quarry Road in Cazenovia, SQHAP offers a unique environment for artists to create and exhibit their work in natural and gallery settings. It also provides space for the community to explore and appreciate the natural world and interact with art and artists.

Petsavers: Jessi needs a forever home

LIVERPOOL, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) – Our adoptable furry friends at animal shelters throughout Central New York need your help, especially with the challenges brought on by COVID-19. NewsChannel 9’s pet of the week is Jessi, a 3-year-old large hound at HumaneCNY. Her 13 puppies have all been adopted and she’s now ready for a family to call her own.

Fayetteville restaurant fails health inspection with critical violation

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — The Onondaga County Health Department released its inspection reports for restaurants checked during the week of April 24 to April 30, 2022. One restaurant in Fayetteville, Gino’s Cheese Steak & Onion, failed their inspection with a critical violation. Critical Violation: improper cooling and refrigerated...

Lilac Festival and Susan B. Anthony Museum and House

LILAC FESTIVAL SUSAN B. ANTHONY MUSEUM & HOUSE May 19, 2022 (Thursday) Join us for a Senior Day at the Lilac Festival in Rochester in Highland Park. There are more than 500 varieties of lilacs and more than 1,200 lilac bushes at Highland Park. Lunch is included at The Hideway, where they make real food with real ingredients. Locally sourced produce and grass-fed meats are the key to your favorite meal. Meal choices are required when registering. In the afternoon we will visit the Susan B Anthony Museum & House. Our docent-led tour led tour requires the ability to negotiate stairs. Our trip includes the Lilac Festival, included lunch, admission to the Susan B Anthony Museum & House, roundtrip motorcoach transportation, Travel Choice Escort, and all taxes and gratuities. Bus Pick up: Immaculate Conception Church: 8:30am Return approximately: 6:15pm FEE: $94.00 Residents $99.00 Non-Residents.

Jamcrackers to perform May 21 at Park Coffee House

HOLLAND PATENT — Jamcrackers, the trio of Dan Berggren, Peggy Lynn, and Dan Duggan, will return to the Park Coffee House stage at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 21. The Jamcrackers blend of folk, blues, ballads, and dance tunes sparks a rare chemistry and a guaranteed good time, said Park Coffeehouse organizers.
Oneida Dispatch

Bella Vita Cafe set to add bakery next month

Oneida, N.Y. — Oneida’s newest cafe will be adding a bakery on June 5 after nearly a year of operation. The expansion is a result of hard work and endurance through illness by owner Lori Seef and will expand their array of Italian breads and pastries. The Cafe...

Restaurants prepare for bump in businesses with SU and Le Moyne graduation

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR – TV) — Francesca’s Pizza and Italian Restaurant in Liverpool has lots of experience when it comes to busy days at the restaurant. “Day to day this place is nonstop, very busy throughout the winter we get a lot of business,” said Jeremy Mathers, “And obviously, it picks up once the weather starts to get nicer in the spring and summer months.”

Syracuse Hancock Airport sees pre-pandemic travel levels

If you happened to take a flight out of Syracuse’s Hancock airport last month, you certainly weren’t alone. Regional Airport Authority officials say more than 225,000 other passengers passed through the airport in April, an 8.5% increase over the same month in 2019. The volume is usually higher...