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SUV crashes into beloved Upstate New York bakery and deli
A sign reading “March Moon Madness,” in celebration of their popular half-moon cookies, sits above the site where a vehicle crashed into an Oneida County establishment. On Friday, March 24, an SUV crashed into the front window of Holland Farms Bakery and Deli in Yorkville, New York. According...
Rome woman charged after 3 toddlers found outside by themselves
ROME, N.Y. – A Rome mother is facing charges after three toddlers were found outside alone last week. According to Rome police, an officer went to the 200 block of Lynch Street on Friday, March 24, around 10 a.m. after receiving an anonymous tip about children out in the street unattended.
Police arrest Utica man after dispute
UTICA, NY (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY) – Police arrested a Utica man after he threatened a man with a gun and broke several possessions within a home. Police arrived to the 900 block of Churchill Avenue in Utica on Monday, March 27 after a call of an argument between two people. During the argument, 40-year-old Oscar Boykin of Utica threatened the other person with a handgun, then proceeded to break items inside the home. The resident of the house called 911 and Boykin fled.
Man with Loaded Glock 45 9mm Handgun Arrested in Westmoreland
New York State Police arrested a man in Westmoreland on Monday following a speeding stop on the New York State Thruway. Police say, 21-year-old Jose A. Ayala-Rivera of Derby, Kansas was arrested for Criminal Possession of a Weapon 2nd Degree, a C Felony. Upon stopping Ayala-Rivera on a speeding violation, Troopers say they discovered he was in possession of a loaded Glock 45 9mm handgun. The Troop D – SP Marcy BCI unit assisted Troop T with the investigation. Ayala-Rivera is being held at the Oneida County Jail pending arraignment.
Palmieri announces new design for Chancellor Park
UTICA, NY (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY) – Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri announced the final design for Chancellor Park on Monday, March 27. The park, located on Elizabeth Street, will feature a combination fountain and splash pad that will serve as the centerpiece of the park. The park will also feature pickleball and bocce courts, as well as a rain garden running alongside Bleecker Street. Future plans for the park include a sensory garden and a play area for children on the corner of Kent and Elizabeth Street.
Explore an Abandoned Village Hidden in the Woods a Few Hours From Utica
Nestled in the woods is an urban adventurer's dream - an abandoned estate that's only a few hours from Central New York. An easy walk through the wilderness will lead you to the Cornish Estate ruins. The 650-acre estate was purchased by Edward Cornish and his wife in 1917. The couple died within two weeks of each other in 1938 and the estate went to Cornish's nephew Joel until a fire destroyed the majority of the mansion in 1956, according to Hudson Valley Ruins.
This Abandoned New York Neighborhood No Longer Exists, Only These Photos Do
If you've ever wanted to explore an entire abandoned neighborhood in Upstate New York, you're a few years too late to see the houses located at Woodhaven Park in Rome New York. However, these photos still exist from a few years back. In Rome, from the nineties through 2017 you...
Turning Stone’s 30th anniversary to host multiple entertainment acts this summer
VERONA, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Over the next 30 days as part of “The Next 30,” Turning Stone Casino’s 30th-anniversary celebration, Turning Stone will release a series of announcements sharing huge entertainment events that will perform at the Event Center this summer. Those events at Upstate New...
News Release: SUNY Polytechnic Institute Online Bachelor Degree Program in Accounting Named Top Ten in the Nation by Best Accredited Colleges
CONTACT: Steve Ference, Director of University Marketing & Communications | (518) 429-7742 | email@example.com. SUNY Poly Also Named #11 on List of Best Bachelor’s of Finance Degrees in U.S. Utica, NY – Best Accredited Colleges, a resource for program rankings and higher education information, has included SUNY Polytechnic Institute...
State police make gun arrest during traffic stop on Thruway in Westmoreland
WESTMORELAND, N.Y. – A Kansas man was arrested Sunday night following a traffic stop on the Thruway in Westmoreland. New York State Police say 21-year-old Jose Ayala-Rivera was stopped around 8:20 p.m. for speeding near exit 32. At that time, Ayala-Rivera allegedly had a Glock 45 9mm handgun on him.
Demolition begins on Utica building destroyed by fire in January
UTICA, N.Y. – The intersection of South and Mohawk streets in Utica closed Monday morning as crews started demolishing a building that caught fire earlier this year. The demolition started around 7 a.m. The building at 645 South St. was severely damaged by a fire that broke out just...
Beacon Center opens second location
Beacon Center has opened a location on Genesee Street in Utica. Beacon Center opens second location in Utica to expand access to mental health services.
New Hartford Represented in Women’s NCAA Elite 8 Monday Night
When the Ohio State Buckeyes handed the women of UConn a 73-61 loss on Saturday, their first in the Sweet 16 since 2005, New Hartford was represented. Now, as the Buckeyes' play for another upset to make it into the NCAA Women's Final 4, the Spartans will be represented once again by native and all-time New Hartford leading scorer Kaia Henderson.
Water main work underway in Ilion
Crews started working on a water main on North Street Monday. There will be closures and parking restrictions until the work is done. Crews started working on a water main replacement project in Ilion Monday that is expected to cause some traffic changes.
Boy with Rare Genetic Condition Is Utica’s Youngest Police Recruit
A salute to members of the Utica Police Department who recently gathered to welcome their youngest and smallest recruit. Graham Robertello was made an honorary member of the city's police department, equipping him with his own badge, identification card and uniform. The young boy suffers from a rare genetic disorder called Epidermolysis Bullosa.
Intersection to close Monday morning to make way for demolition
UTICA, NY (WKTV) - The intersection of South Street and Mohawk Street in Utica will be closed Monday morning starting at 7 a.m. to make way for a demolition. The building at 645 South Street caught fire in the early morning hours on New Year's Day. Fire crews battled the blaze overnight on January 1, 2023.
Johnson Park Center reminds community of current food giveaway events
Utica, NY.: The JPC Drive-Thru (Cars/Vehicles Only) Free Food Giveaway for disadvantaged families, seniors, and single individuals around JPC Sites in the 1400 Block of West Street, Utica, New York 13501 “Rain-Snow or Shine“ on Monday, March 27, 2023, from 2 pm to 6:30 pm. Food to be given to the community includes chicken, fish, pizza, cheese, ziti, a produce box, assorted vegetables, cabbage, fresh fruit, cantaloupe, pineapple, yogurt, milk, coffee creamer, bread, Covid tests, and more.
Utica Hotel Robbery Suspect Apprehended
UTICA, NY – On Wednesday, a robbery occurred at the Double Tree by Hilton on Lafayette St in Utica. The suspect, later identified as John Terry, 55, of Utica, threatened the front desk clerk with a knife and demanded money. The clerk handed over cash from his own pocket to appease the suspect, who then attempted to open the hotel’s safe but failed. After obtaining surveillance footage, the Mohawk Valley Crime Analysis Center distributed photographs of the suspect to local law enforcement agencies. On Thursday, Terry was apprehended and charged with Robbery in the first degree and Criminal Possession of The post Utica Hotel Robbery Suspect Apprehended appeared first on Shore News Network.
Free Mohawk Valley west and southern tier six-county virtual job fair
Utica, NY – A free virtual job fair will be held on. Wednesday, April 12th, from 11:00am to 1:00pm. All businesses and job seekers from across a six-county region are invited to attend: Herkimer, Madison, Oneida,. Chenango, Delaware, and Otsego. The online event is sponsored by the Workforce Development...
Rome Woman in Hot Water Over $30k in Stolen Equipment
Rome Police say a woman is behind bars for allegedly stealing equipment worth approximately $30,000. Cops say they were called to Bouck Street in Rome for a reported larceny earlier this week. The victim said his surveying equipment had just been stolen, and had seen the equipment being placed into a vehicle by a white female. Police were able to locate the vehicle and the stolen equipment a short time later, and arrested 54-year-old Tracy Bean.
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