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The first ever Utica Summer Fest kicks off Thursday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. [Read More]
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The Rome Police Department is asking for the public's help locating their latest 'Warrant of the Week' suspect. [Read More]
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The Masonic Medical Research Institute is celebrating its 60th birthday, and the unveiling of its second- and third-floor upgrades. [Read More]
The New York Legislature has adjourned for the year without much to show for it. [Read More]
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Some residents in the Village of Herkimer got the chance to take a step back in time Wednesday night. [Read More]
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The Utica Roadrunners held a special ceremony before Wednesday's weekly Boilermaker development run. They honored four local high school students for their athletic and academic... [Read More]
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All the scores, from all the sports! Here are the scores from Wednesday, June 20, 2018. [Read More]
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The Glens Falls Dragons lost its second consecutive game Wednesday night falling to Mohawk Valley 8-3 at Veterans Memorial Park. [Read More]
An Ilion man has been charged following a crack cocaine trafficking investigation in the Ilion area, according to New York State Police. [Read More]
The city of Utica is set to receive some state funding to help address childhood lead poisoning, state Sen. Joseph Griffo announced Wednesday. [Read More]
The Senate and Assembly both plan to adjourn on Wednesday, with final votes expected on bills to expand school zone speed cameras and overhaul teacher... [Read More]
Former New Hartford and Colgate standout, Annika Zalewski, is ready to begin a professional hockey career in the NWHL. [Read More]
Air Force Two was scheduled to land at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, in Syracuse, at 11:35 am Tuesday. And at precisely 11:35, the... [Read More]
Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee was recently granted a restraining order against his caregiver, citing elder abuse. It's a high-profile case, but the reality is... [Read More]
A registered sex offender from Rome is facing new charges after he allegedly sexually abused a child. [Read More]
A team of paddle boarders are making a four hundred and forty four mile trek down the Susquehanna River and their end goal may save... [Read More]
Nice weather is expected for Thursday and looks to continue for Friday. Rain returns for the weekend. [Read More]
A teacher and a teacher's assistant at John E. Joy Elementary school, in Rome, are charged with misdemeanors for an incident allegedly involving excessive discipline... [Read More]
Longtime local music teacher and violinist Anthony "Tony" Milograno has died at age 91. [Read More]
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