Pull into the Utica College campus and you're going to see a lot of orange shirts, these are the Moose Movers. Upperclassmen, members of campus organizations and college staff all on hand to help the Class of 2020 move in.
Congressman Richard Hanna, (R)- 22, announced the Department of Health and Human Services awarded a more than $1.2 million grant to Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency, Inc. for local Head Start programs.
"MASH" and "West Wing" actor Alan Alda used his star power to promote science and communication skills at the Project Fibonacci Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math Conference, on Wednesday night.
These days hitting the books may not involve a book at all, and but finding the right device for your student requires homework. When it comes to choosing laptops for students, children and parents don't always see eye-to-eye.
The State Education Department is now accepting applications for $9 million in grants for two New York State My Brother’s Keeper Initiatives: the Teacher Opportunity Corps and the Family and Community Engagement Program.
Did you know that brook trout are an indicator of a healthy stream? 4th grade students from Poland got out of the classroom and into the world of science Tuesday releasing trout into the Cold Brook stream by their school.
Two Herkimer College employees were honored with the 2016 SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence. Tabitha Carter, coordinator for the Internet Academy, received the Chancellor’s Award for Professional Service, and Assistant Professor of English Andrew Devitt received the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
State Senator Joseph Griffo presented the New York State Senate Youth Leadership Recognition Award to each of the following local high school junior and senior students during a ceremony Tuesday at Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES.
The State Education Department announced that 75 percent of questions from the 2016 Grades 3-8 English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics Tests that count toward student scores are now posted online at EngageNY.org.
This Memorial Day weekend, parades and ceremonies will be held across the nation to honor fallen veterans. But, on a hot Saturday morning, a group of students from Notre Dame Junior-Senior High School gathered to remember those who have served in the armed forces in a different way.