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Dominican Republic man living in Utica indicted on drug charges

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY) – The New York State Department of Justice reported that a citizen of the Dominican Republic who has been living in the City of Utica was indicted for drug trafficking on June 23. On Thursday, 38-year-old Jose Campusano was indicted for trafficking cocaine and illegal reentry...
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'We're just moving backwards:' Dozens in Utica gather to protest Roe v. Wade overturn

Claudia Tenney’s tone was triumphant in a statement released Friday morning in response to the United States Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. “Today, the Supreme Court affirmed what has been true all along: that Roe and Casey were wrongly decided,” the congresswoman said. “The right to abortion is not one that has ever been guaranteed or protected by the Constitution of the United States.”
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GALLERY: Proctor High School graduation - June 24, 2022

Utica's Thomas R. Proctor High School Class of 2022 conducted its commencement exercises on Friday, June 24 at the Adirondack Bank Center at the Utica Memorial Auditorium. Check out this recorded lives stream of the ceremony:

Mini-Mazz Market officially opens in East Rome

Following a devastating fire at Mazzaferro's in April, the owners have opened a smaller retail space on Railroad Street while they look to rebuild at the old site. 'Mini-Mazz Market' opens in Rome as business rebuilds following fire. The owners of Mazzaferro’s in Rome are opening their new location on...

Richard Loomis, 81

Richard Wood Loomis, 81, passed peacefully surrounded by family on June 17, 2022. Beloved husband of Claudia Alice Soule Loomis of 59 years, loving father of Heidi (Denis) Mulcahy, Jamie (Eric) Kent, and Richard (Alison) Loomis; “Papa” to 10 grandchildren – Ashley (Zach) Wightman, Daniel Kent, Andrew Kent, Kaitlyn Mulcahy, Denis Mulcahy Jr., Lindsay Mulcahy, Benjamin Loomis, Joseph Loomis, Walter Loomis, and Levi Loomis. Born on May 17, 1941, in North Pitcher to the late Ashville Verne Loomis and late Hazel Wood Loomis, Richard attended South Otselic Central School and the State University of New York College at Cortland, where he studied education and played varsity football and lacrosse. Richard taught physical education at Medina High School for three years and then at Morrisville-Eaton High School for 32 years, during which he coached junior high and high school sports including football, basketball and track. Richard also coached college football at Hamilton College, where he served as offensive coordinator for several years.

Picturesque and challenging hiking trails near Central New York

(WSYR-TV)–With the temperatures heating up, so are peoples urges to travel. However, traveling can be quite expenses during these trying times, so maybe you’re looking for ways to get out that won’t break your bank. Central New York is known for it’s scenic views and hidden hot...

Beloved Utica Destination for Coffee & Live Music Finally Reopens

The Tramontane Café, the eclectic coffee spot on Lincoln Ave in Utica that was once a favorite hangout for local musicians and artists, has finally reopened after a long hibernation. Owners Robin Raabe and Garrett Ingraham originally opened the Tramontane Café in 2008. Its diversified clientele included businessmen and...
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New Hartford Hospice Butterfly launch set for July 20

New Hartford, N.Y. — Hospice & Palliative Care, Inc. is holding its Annual Butterfly Release Celebration on Wednesday, July 20, 2022. All are welcome to purchase a butterfly; this event is not limited to only those who have used hospice services but is open to the community. A life-affirming...

Flying Dog joins with Harpoon, Saranac breweries to launch canned cocktail line

FREDERICK, Md. — Flying Dog Brewery is going into the cocktail business. The Frederick-based brewery announced this week that it has partnered with two other East Coast breweries, Boston's Harpoon Brewery and Saranac Brewery in Utica, New York, to launch Right Coast Spirits, a new brand focused on ready-to-drink canned cocktails.