Monday, May 13

Mariah June Nichols

May 20, 2005 – May 9, 2024 

Bouckville-Mariah June Nichols, 18. passed away unexpectedly at home on May 9th, 2024. Born in Syracuse on May 20, 2005, she was a recent graduate of Madison Central School and had lived in the area her whole life. Mariah was a sister, daughter, and friend to those she loved. At the age of 6 she was fostered by Annett Nichols and soon after adopted along with her biological sister Keyara. Mariah had a passion for experimenting with new makeup and hair styles and loved to collect perfumes. She loved to spend time with her younger sisters doing makeovers and running around outside with her little brothers. She could often be found around the house quietly reading a book or listening to music. Following her graduation from high school, Mariah had been attending SUNY Cobleskill and was on her way to pursuing a career in the culinary arts. Along with her schoolwork, Mariah also had been working regularly at Price Chopper in Hamilton. She was a unique person with boundless potential. Her family and friends will miss her tremendously.



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Food Bank of CNY May Food Sense Menu:

Village of Waterville:

The Village of Waterville will be sponsoring a Village-wide garage sale on Saturday, May 18. If any resident is interested in having a garage sale, please contact the Village Clerk’s Office at 315-841-4221 to provide them with garage sale information. Please have information to the Village Clerk’s office no later than May 13th. A garage sale list and map will be available to shoppers at the Village Hall and posted on the Village of Waterville Facebook page and at

Waterville Residential Care Center:

Nursing Home Week is Coming Up!  May 12th – 18th

This year’s theme is Radiant Memories – a tribute to the golden age of radio! 

Nursing Home Week is a special time to recognize and celebrate every position that works together to deliver quality care. 

From our front desk receptionist, maintenance, nurses, and aides, to our dietary, therapy housekeeping, laundry, social work, business offices, and activities teams – it takes the whole dedicated staff to provide the best experience for our residents. 

We’re looking forward to celebrating our incredible team with special events and activities all week. 

Mark your calendars for our 50’s Carnival on May 17th! You won’t want to miss the fun and festivities. 

Stay tuned for more details on how we’ll be honoring our hardworking staff during Nursing Home Week. We’re grateful for every one of them! 

Waterville Garden Club:

WCS Sports Booster Club:

C.W. Clark Memorial Library:

Come to the library on Thursday, May 16th at 6:30 pm for a discussion on “The Center of It All: Baseball On the Erie Canal” with Derrick Pratt, Director of Education at the Erie Canal Museum in Syracuse, Derrick will present the Erie Canal’s many connections to the earliest days of professional baseball, told through the stories of some of the game’s biggest stars and others long forgotten. It will be worth your time. Come and hear the stories at the C W Clark Memorial Library.

Brothertown Scholarship Fund:

Three Steeples United:

Unearth hidden treasures at the Three Steeples Barn Rummage Sale! Thousands of items await and every purchase supports Three Steeples United! Ready to part with pre-loved treasures? We welcome all clean, working donations with open arms! We’re all about second chances for your cherished goods.

Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society:

Madison County Public Health:

The first clinic will be on April 24th at the Town of Fenner Highway Garage in Cazenovia from 4 PM to 7 PM. The second clinic will be on May 21st at Gorman Community Center in Oneida from 4 PM to 7 PM. Interested Madison County residents need to follow the directions on the flyer to make an appointment on our website or call us at 315-366-2526.  A QR code for appointments and another one for downloading our app are provided on the flyer. Anyone who downloads the app will also get regular push notifications about upcoming rabies clinic locations and other events.

U.S. Congress declares war on Mexico

“On May 13, 1846, the U.S. Congress overwhelmingly votes in favor of President James K. Polk’s request to declare war on Mexico in a dispute over Texas. Under the threat of war, the United States had refrained from annexing Texas after the latter won independence from Mexico in 1836. But in 1844, President John Tyler restarted negotiations with the Republic of Texas, culminating with a Treaty of Annexation. The treaty was defeated by a wide margin in the Senate because it would upset the slave state/free state balance between North and South and risked war with Mexico, which had broken off relations with the United States. But shortly before leaving office and with the support of President-elect Polk, Tyler managed to get the joint resolution passed on March 1, 1845. Texas was admitted to the Union on December 29. ”

To read the full article, click here:

Waterville High School Class of 1913
The 1913 edition of the Academic Union was the first to include a group photograph of the senior class.

~ Waterville Historical Society Facebook Page.


Here are some pictures from Friday night’s Waterville Community Talent Show!
 The audience voted for the winners and the top three won cash prizes!

The price of gas today.
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