Why did Tom Nitti leave 'The Voice?' New Hartford native bows out of competitionUtica Observer-Dispatch1 DAY AGO
Two cars damaged in snowy New Hartford collision
NEW HARTFORD — A Tuesday evening collision left two cars totaled on Clinton Road, with one vehicle needing the jaws of life, but everyone was able to walk away. New Hartford Police Department patrol responded to a two-car collision on Clinton Road near Doris Road around 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 28.
Why did Tom Nitti leave 'The Voice?' New Hartford native bows out of competition
Reba McEntire was one team member short when came time for the Playoff Rounds on Season 24 of “The Voice.” Tom Nitti, a 31-year-old singer from New Hartford, was unexpectedly absent due to 'personal reasons.' At the top of the episode, McEntire said, "I have wonderfully talented people, but Tom had to leave...
Rome Health breaks ground on surgical addition, public fundraising campaign
Rome Health broke ground ceremonially on Wednesday on a 30,000 square-foot, three-story addition to house new operating rooms and an intensive care unit. The groundbreaking ceremony doubled as a kickoff for the public phase of the hospital’s capital campaign to pay for the Kaplan Center for Surgical Services. “The...
State Police: Body of Missing Utica Man Found
UTICA, N.Y. -- New York State Police said they located the body of a missing Utica man. Salvatore Squillace, 55, lived on Howard Avenue and was reported missing earlier this month. Law enforcement asked the public for help finding him after he was last heard from on Oct. 23 when...
Four Juvenile Burglars Arrested After Mini Mart Ransacking
UTICA, NY – A burglary at the Court Street Mini Mart in Utica led to the apprehension of four juveniles. Police responded to an alarm at the store on Tuesday,…
You Won’t Want To Miss Central New York’s Best New Year’s Party
As 2023 comes to an end and we roar into 2024, you'll want to be at one of the biggest parties in Central New York. You're invited to celebrate the arrival of the New Year. Polish Community Club Utica presents Once Upon a Time The Fairytale themed New Years’ Eve celebration.
16-Year-Old Arrested by Utica Police Following Shooting Incident
The plight of violence in the City of Utica continues as Utica Police have announced another arrest. In this instance police have arrested a 16-year-old for an act of violence on Henry Street. Fighting on Henry Street. Police officials say officers were called to the 500 block of Henry Street...
Utica's Culinary Dawn: Discover 4 Breakfast & Brunch Spots Worth Your Time
In this article, we'll be exploring four delightful breakfast and brunch spots in Utica. Have you had the chance to try any of these yet? If yes, we would love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
UPD Asking for help finding Crime Stoppers Wanted Person of Week
Mohawk Valley Crime Stoppers is asking for people to share information on the whereabouts of this week's Wanted Person of the Week from Utica. Utica Police are looking for 35-year-old Derrick Evans on three separate warrants from Utica City Court. Evans is wanted by UPD for two open arrest Warrants...
Whitesboro heads back to Syracuse for football final
SYRACUSE - What has already been a memorable football season for the Whitesboro Warriors offers one more memory-making opportunity. Section III's Class A champions will be on the field at the JMA Wireless Dome Saturday afternoon for the New York State Public High School Athletic Association's championship game. The 12-1 Warriors kick off at 3 p.m. against Somers' Tuskers from Section I who enter the game with the same record.
New Rome Resident Hunts for the Ultimate Snow Kiting Thrills
Central New York is a prime location for any and all winter sports and activities, but there is one you may not have heard of. Lance Silva is originally from Kingston, New Hampshire which is just about 40 minutes north of Boston, Massachusetts. But, Silva is no stranger to the Rome area. He has family here and has visited several times since he was a kid, but love brought him here permanently.
Deck The Halls- Rome Holiday Decorating Contest Back For 2023
Get ready to deck the halls once again in Rome New York. It's time for the second community-wide holiday decorating contest in the city of Rome. According to the City, the entry period for festive homes starts Friday, December 1st and runs until Dececember 21st 2023. Voting begins on Dec. 22 and goes until Dec. 26.
Playing at a SLUG's pace: Local band SLUG returns for first full concert in four years
SLUG – the band, not the slimy garden pest – will perform its first full show since November 2019 when they take the stage at Nothing Fancy Country Rock Saloon in Vernon for a 7 p.m. show on Friday, Dec. 1. There is a $5 cover charge and...
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Kittens Of new hartford, NY Need You!
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of new hartford..
Icy Spots This Morning, Warming Up This Afternoon
Good Thursday morning! Watch out for black ice this morning especially in lower elevations since some snowmelt occurred yesterday due to the sunshine and then refroze. Most roads are treated so this will be primarily isolated to sidewalks, driveways and parking lots that are untreated. We warm up above freezing today and clouds clear out in what will be a very nice final day of November! Highs are expected to climb into the low to mid 40s. If you have any additional Christmas lights to hang, or you haven’t gotten to them yet, this will be a great day to do that.
High-Profile Criminal Defendants Back in Court, Challenging Attorneys' Effectiveness
UTICA, N.Y. -- A change in New York State law a few years ago has some familiar faces from high-profile cases showing up in Oneida County Court again. "Conley, obviously, was very high profile. Adam Theall, who was the individual who shot and killed his baby up in Blossvale. He claimed his attorney was ineffective. Clark, who was involved in the killing of Bianca Devins, claimed his attorney was ineffective. We're seeing it a lot," says Oneida County District Attorney Scott McNamara.
A Taste of New Hartford: Exploring the 3 Must-Visit Bakeries
In this article, we're exploring three exceptional bakeries in New Hartford. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? We'd love to hear your thoughts, so feel free to share your experiences in the comments section below:
Iconic Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center illuminated in midst of pro-Palestinian protest
The tree will remain lit from 5 a.m. to midnight every day until Jan. 13. On Christmas day, it'll be lit 24 hours.
Community Bank pledges support of Rome Family YMCA capital campaign
ROME — For Community Bank, community is more than a name, company officials said, but an opportunity to establish partnerships that build strong communities. With that in mind, the bank, with locations in Oneida and Madison counties, has donated $200,000 to the Rome Family YMCA capital campaign to help build a new facility on Floyd Avenue. To show their support, Community Bank’s Vice President/District Manager Wendy Berg and Branch Manager Julie Barlow presented a check to YMCA of the Greater Tri-Valley Director of Development Theresa Weir and Chief Executive Officer Hank Leo.
Savoring Tradition: The Clinton Cider Mill’s Century-Old Cider Crafting Legacy
Nestled in the picturesque town of Clinton, New York, The Clinton Cider Mill is an emblem of a bygone era, standing proud with over a century of cider-making tradition. Founded in 1903 by the Wentworth family, this treasured establishment has been quenching the community's thirst with its sweet apple cider, crafted from a hydraulic press dating back to 1927. The Fehlner family, who have been the custodians of the mill since 1998, uphold the time-honored methods of cider production, ensuring the mill's historical essence and quality remain intact. The mill's process, involving the meticulous washing, grinding, pressing, and refrigerating of apples, has been lovingly preserved, much to the delight of both locals and visitors.