How to win at Court…before Trial

By Natalie Williams How To win in Court.com & Law Librarians at the Oneida County Law Library take a look at the “C A T -  Complaint Answer Trial and a look at the legal process and...

Foundations of Jim Crow

By Susan Townley Thomas Dartmouth Rice of Boston Mass, was a leading black face entertainer during America’s Ante-Bellum era. Rice is remembered because he happened to notice a severely crippled slave while touring the South...

Mercury – It’s Not Just Fish Anymore

By Pete Bianco High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is a food ingredient that has become widely used as a cheaper replacement for natural sugar during the past 40 years. There have been claims that HFCS...

The Cannabis Controversy Among the Mohawks

By Doug George-Kanentiio I have written previously about the current issues involving the use of cannabis and its attendant controversy began with the racial fanaticism of Harry J. Anslinger, the director of the US office of...

Legal Briefs

By Judge Joan Skhane This is a continuing discussion of Legal Myths and Reality, because an informed citizen is always the most successful citizen: MYTH: Trial level courts in New York State handle trials and decisions...

Meatless March: Do you accept the challenge?

By Matt DeCristo A few years back, my friends and I decided to test our dietary fortitude and flex our willpower by committing to Meatless March. You may have heard about the challenge, and it’s pretty...

Rate of Registered Organ Donors Grows, but State and Regional Still Lag Behind National...

UTICA, N.Y. — More New Yorkers than ever before are signing up to be organ donors, but the state still lags the nation when it comes to the percentage of adults in the donor registry,...

A Little Weight Gain is Worth it for Diabetic Smokers Who Want to Quit

Study Highlights: People with diabetes who quit smoking tobacco may have a lower risk of heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular diseases – and weight gain following smoking cessation does not mitigate the health...

Registration For Free Yoga Classes at Utica Library

Free Hatha Yoga Classes at Utica Library The Utica Public Library is offering Hatha Yoga with Kristy Caruso on Mondays, April 1st, 15th, 22nd & 29th at 6:30 pm. Hatha Yoga is a  practical philosophy that incorporates physical...

“Clogged arteries” Road closings for America’s Greatest Heart Run and Walk

UTICA, February 26, 2019 —On Saturday morning, March 2, 2019, thousands of runners and walkers will participate in the 45th America’s Greatest Heart Run & Walk.  The course extends from Barneveld to Utica College.  Area...
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