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Utica man gets felony contempt charge

A Utica man is facing a felony charge of repeatedly violating his partner's order of protection in Rome, according to the Rome Police Department. Police said Earl A. Howard, 30, had been court-ordered to stay away from his partner, then she spotted him approaching her in a parking lot on Erie Boulevard West on May 13. Police said the woman called 911 while Howard started insulting her and threatening to kill her.
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Four rejoin Madison-Oneida BOCES board of education

VERONA — The Madison-Oneida BOCES Board of Education welcomes back four of its members who were re-elected recently to new three-year terms of office. Board members each represent one of the nine component districts that comprise MOBOCES, and each individual district’s Board of Education nominates a community member as its representative to the MOBOCES Board.
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Cooperstown Classis kicks off the summer season

The Cooperstown Classic Legends Game is happening tomorrow at Double Day Field in Cooperstown, and the event has become a big help for local business owners. The Cooperstown Classic Legends Game is happening tomorrow at Double Day Field in Cooperstown, and the event has become a big help for local business owners.

Corrections Officers graduate from academy

On May 6, 2022, Tioga County Sheriff’s Office Corrections Officers Micah Marshall, Brandon Roe, and Dalton Russell graduated from the Chenango County Corrections Academy. The academy was located at the Chenango County Sheriff’ Office in Norwich, N.Y. and started on March 9. The participants were instructed on topics...

Hall Of Fame Classic Returns To Cooperstown This Weekend

There are so many cool baseball events that go on in Cooperstown each summer. The Hall of Fame Classic baseball game played at Doubleday Field is one of them and is a tradition that goes back a few generations. Names like Brooks Robinson, Ozzie Smith, Earl Weaver and Wade Boggs are just a few of the names that have highlighted the games over the years. The Classic was cancelled in 2020, and again last year.

Ownership, family, Utica – three pillars of Griffin’s Pub

UTICA — Over half a century ago, Anthony Griffin opened a bar on Columbia Street in Utica called Griff’s. His son, Michael, helped out at what he remembers as “mostly a bar,” where he manned two deep fryers to serve “bar food for the football crowd.” That’s where it began.

What the Truck? returns for another season

UTICA — The popular local food truck event – What the Truck? – has kicked off its seventh season from 4 to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays at Canal Park, 215 Leland Ave., Utica. • BALKAN STREET FOOD – A new, exciting food truck. • DOUGH BOYS...

Extraordinary Place: Flour & Salt, Hamilton

HAMILTON, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Two Colgate University grads have built quite a business for themselves in this Madison county college town, Britty and Brendan O’Connor established Flour & Salt in Hamilton back in 2015. By the end of summer, the bagel shop will become a cake shop. Along...

Glamping And Baby Goats Near Oneonta, NY? Sign Me Up!

Chances are you've heard of "glamping". The Oxford Dictionary describes it as "a form of camping involving accommodation and facilities more luxurious than those associated with traditional camping." I have never glamped (is that a word?) but I sure want to, especially after seeing what is offered right outside my hometown of Oneonta, NY.

Foodie Friday Blueberry Buckle

I was emailing one of our co-workers at another Townsquare stations, WIBX in Utica, and somehow got on the subject of coffee cake, Hey, if it's cake and I have coffee, it's coffee cake! (even if technically its Blueberry Buckle) Foodie Friday Blueberry Buckle (coffee cake) (prep. time about 1...

Utica Zoo Welcomes Newest Fuzzy Friend With Their Own Habitat

This little guy is so cute, you can't help but smile watching him run around his new home. Theo the Red Fox is the latest animal being welcomed into the Utica Zoo. Though he has been in Utica for the past month, he has been officially released into his very own fox habitat at the zoo.

Trio with same birthday celebrate 75 trips around the sun

An intimate party last Tuesday was the setting for not one, not two, but three 75th birthday celebrations. “You know, when you get to this age, you prefer to forget your birthdays, not to remember them,” host of the party and septuagenarian Murray Weaver said with a laugh as he doled out beverages and appetizers to friends and family.