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Packing party in Little Falls provides baby supplies for families in need
Organizers gave low-income mothers comprehensive packages containing items newborns need for the first four weeks of life.
Summer like weather is expected this week
Morning: Patchy fog. Mid 50s. Afternoon: Mostly sunny. High 76. Tonight: Mostly clear. Low 51. Tomorrow: Sunny. High 79. Low 55. A big dome of high pressure continues to bring sunshine and summer-like temperatures to CNY through Thursday. A cold front on Friday brings a big cool down. Patchy fog...
Central NY man arrested with assistance from SWAT in murder case, police say
Utica, N.Y. — A Central New York man was arrested for murder with help of a local SWAT unit Saturday morning, police said. James Beard, 47, of Utica, was arguing with Curtis Henry, 44, of Verona, around 8 p.m. in the 100 block of Boyce Ave in Utica on Friday, said Lt. Michael Curley, a spokesperson for the Utica Police.
Schuyler Car & Corn Extravaganza features car show, live music, family fun
SCHUYLER — The Schuyler Car and Corn Extravaganza returns for the 23rd year from 3 p.m. to dusk, rain or shine, Saturday, Oct. 7 at the Schuyler Recreation Center, 282 Wood Lane. Admission is a $5 minimum donation and all proceeds are donated to charity. The event is hosted...
Rhode Island native, 21, killed in NY car crash
A 21-year-old Rhode Island native was one of two people who died in a multi-car crash in Utica, New York, this weekend. Utica police say officers responded to Culver Ave. at Lansing St. around 12:05 a.m. Saturday for a motor vehicle accident and found two cars badly damaged, with both drivers unresponsive.
Candle fire displaces 4 in Fort Plain
A candle is to blame for a fire that displaced two adults and two children from their Fort Plain home on Wednesday. At about 6:49 p.m., the Fort Plain Fire Department responded to a possible structure fire at 43 Gilbert Ave. in the village. Upon arrival, firefighters discovered that one...
Joseph J. Lasowski 1937 – 2023
Mr. Joseph J. Lasowski, Joe, a lifelong resident of Little Falls, passed away peacefully at his home from natural causes on Monday morning, September 25, 2023. He was 86. Joe was born in Herkimer on May 13, 1937, son of the late Joseph and Jenny Lasowski, and attended Herkimer schools. He entered into the military service with the US Air Force and was a proud veteran receiving an honorable discharge. He was united in marriage to Betty Jean Kasiak at Saint Josephs church Herkimer, celebrating 62 years of marriage. Joe was employed by Mohawk Valley Bottling Works in Herkimer. He later became the owner/operator of Bober’s Meat Market in Little Falls. He was so proud of his hard work at the meat market and talked about it fondly with family and friends. He later worked at Budweiser Beer Distribution in Little Falls. His last employment was with Smith Meat Packing, Utica. A proud veteran, Joe was a member of the Little Falls American Legion Post 31 and the Little Falls Polish Home.
Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary Evacuated Over Bomb Threat
A Russian Orthodox Church in Herkimer County had to be evacuated because of a bomb threat Thursday. Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary Evacuated Over Bomb Threat. A Russian Orthodox Church in Herkimer County had to be evacuated because of a bomb threat Thursday.
Family Rosary Crusade Returns to Utica
UTICA, NY -- One of the biggest events for Catholics in Central New York returned to Utica Sunday. The Family Rosary Crusade. Over 800 Catholics from around the area, and as far away as Binghamton and Albany, filled St. Joseph-St. Patrick church on Columbia Street to pray the rosary and hear from special guest speaker Rev. William Casey, from Fathers of Mercy.
Welsh heritage celebrated in Festival of Song
NEW HARTFORD — St. David’s Society of Utica will sponsor their Fall Gymanfa Ganu at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 8, at the New Hartford Presbyterian Church, 45 Genesee St. A Gymanfa Ganu is a festival of sacred song in the Welsh tradition, said Stewart Williams, events coordinator of the society. Guests will become participants in a massive choir singing traditional Welsh hymns in four-part harmony. While most of the songs are in English, participants will be taught to sing some verses in the Welsh language.
GUEST COLUMN: Remembering the 'Six Angels' of Little Falls as National Fire Prevention Month approaches
Every year when October rolls around, I can’t help but be reminded of one of the great tragedies that occurred in my hometown of Little Falls. On Sunday morning, Dec. 22, 1981, the six McCleod children perished in a fire at their home despite the heroic efforts of the firemen who risked their lives to get them out.
Riders Wear Pink Bicycle Ride
Local Riders Wear Pink Bicycle Ride Benefits American Cancer Society. The American Cancer Society Men Wear Pink of Utica held its 2nd annual bike ride to raise money toward breast cancer initiatives.
Good Cause Card Show in Frankfort
FRANKFORT, N.Y. -- Herkimer County Fairgrounds hosted a sports card and memorabilia show that brought in quite the crowd. If the people hadn't come out for the great raffle and huge array of cards and craft goods, they were there for the two legends in the back of the show room signing autographs and talking amongst fans.
Little Falls Cheese Festival 2023
The rich history of dairying in Central New York will be celebrated with the Little Falls Cheese Festival on Saturday, October 7th. The festival features over 120 different cheeses, plus locally made artisan foods and craft beverages. From 1864 to 1870, Little Falls, New York was the largest cheese market…in...
Clinton Blessing of the Animals
The Clinton Area Ministerium held its annual "Blessing of the Animals" event on Sunday.
Step into the Magical World of Pretty Woman: The Musical (Touring) - Exclusive Presale for Utica, NY!
Event Name: Pretty Woman: The Musical (Touring) Hey there, event enthusiasts! I have some exciting news to share with you today. Get ready to be swept off your feet by the enchanting world of Pretty Woman: The Musical (Touring) coming to Utica, NY on October 2nd, 2023!
Little Falls Library Board of Trustees Expresses Appreciation for Dale Trust Support
The Little Falls Public Library Board of Trustees, at a recent Board meeting, expressed their appreciation for the support of the Dale Trust and the local Dale Trust Committee for their funding of one of the social and emotional wellness components of the library’s Summer Reading Program. The Dale...
Mohawk Valley's top Week 4 football players and games from Saturday
NEWPORT — Coming off of a bye week, West Canada Valley bounced back from its first loss with 62-14 victory over the Waterville Eagles on Saturday. Waterville (2-2, 1-2 Eight Player East) got off to a positive start with Jackson Ruane's return of the opening kickoff for a touchdown. The Eagles were unable to convert on their two-point try, and West Canada Valley (3-1, 2-1 Eight Player East) took the lead before the end of the first quarter; quarterback Sean Burdick ran a sneak for the tying touchdown and ran in the conversion for an 8-6 lead.
These little falls, NY based Kittens are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around little falls.
Stanley Theatre celebrates 95th anniversary
UTICA — The Stanley Theatre, 259 Genesee St., will be celebrating its 95th birthday with a night of fun at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5. The 1920s-themed anniversary party will feature music by The Fabulous Mojos, a five-piece group known for their funky blues and swinging beats.