Holiday Heartbreak: America's Oldest Gun Manufacturer Closing New York Plant, Hundreds Laid OffAsh JurbergNewsBreak Contributor
Jason Eaton charged with shooting three Palestinian college students in suspected Vermont hate crimeQuriousNewsBreak Contributor
$9m DoD order for Integrated Battlespace Simulation and Test secured by Lockheed's Liverpool siteThe Bullet PointNewsBreak Contributor
Large retailer opens another location in New YorkKristen WaltersNewsBreak Contributor
Surviving This Syracuse Winter: Tips from a LocalJordon LayneNewsBreak Contributor
Most of Central New York to see strong winds, several inches of snow starting Sunday night
Syracuse, N.Y. — Most of Central New York can expect strong winds and several inches of snow to fall starting Sunday night. The National Weather Service issued winter weather advisories for the region early Sunday. Sunday morning most of the region will see rain but in the evening it...
Winter Storm Warnings & Advisories In New York: Up To Foot Of Snow Forecasted
Mother Nature may create a slippery morning commute to kick off the work week. Winter storm warnings and weather advisories have been posted across Central New York. The National Weather Service is predicting anywhere from 4 inches to a foot of heavy, wet in parts of New York. And that's after a lot of rain.
Madison County real estate: See all homes sold, Dec. 2-Dec. 8
The following is a listing of all home transfers in Madison County reported from Dec. 2 to Dec. 8. There were 99 transactions posted during this time. During this period, the median sale for the area was a 4,760-square-foot home on Oxbow Road in Lincoln that sold for $210,000. Brookfield.
STORM WATCH: Flooding, wind damage likely into Monday AM commute
Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Julian Seawright says to expect very poor weather conditions tonight. Flooding and wind damage is likely overnight to Monday AM.
A fire in a hospital near Rome kills at least 4 and forces the evacuation of facility and patients
ROME (AP) — A fire broke out in a hospital on Rome’s outskirts, killing at least four people and forcing the evacuation of the facility and its patients, officials said Saturday. Patients in intensive care at St. John the Evangelist hospital in Tivoli were transferred immediately to other...
Central New York Could See Ultra-Rare Thundersnow on Sunday Night
Central New Yorkers are in for major treat this weekend when a thunderstorm mixes with snowy weather conditions. The National Weather Service is tracking a low-pressure system that could produce hazardous conditions on Sunday. The NWS issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook ahead of the stormy event. Periods of rain, heavy...
Weekly Safety Report: Rome Man Faces Felony Charge for Domestic Assault and Property Damage, Woman Sought on Warrants
A Rome man is facing felony charges after damaging a woman's property during a domestic dispute. The man violated an order of protection by assaulting the woman and damaging multiple items in her home. Additionally, local law enforcement is seeking information on the whereabouts of a woman wanted on warrants from Rome City Court.
110 children get Christmas cheer at Rome's 10th annual Shop with a Cop
ROME — Only two of the four Levesque brothers were young enough to participate in the Rome Police Department's Shop with a Cop event on Saturday, but in the spirit of family and giving, they did not forget their older siblings. In a $120 shopping spree, the boys filled...
Free patriotic, holiday barbershop concert in Rome on Dec. 17
ROME — The Rome Area Veterans Support Group will host a free barbershop concert at St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Rome on Sunday, Dec. 17. The concert will be performed by the Mohawk Valley Chapter New Horizons Barbershop Chorus to honor local area veterans. The concert is free and open to the public, and will take place from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday. Dec. 17 at St. Paul’s Catholic Church at 1807 Bedford St. The concert will feature 24 songs covering patriotic and Christmas holiday themes, including Broadway show tunes. Most are performed in the traditional a capella barbershop style.
For sixth year in a row, Madison County youngsters to 'Shop with a Sheriff'
WAMPSVILLE — The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is hosting its 6th Annual Shop with a Sheriff event this morning, Saturday, Dec. 9, at the Oneida Walmart. Children in need have been selected to receive the opportunity to “Shop with a Sheriff” sergeant, investigator, deputy sheriff, corrections officer, 911 communicator, or member of Madison County Emergency Management.
Rain, Snow, and Wind Sunday Night
Tonight: Cloudy with scattered rain showers. Low 41. Sunday morning: Cloudy with a few showers. Upper 40s. Sunday afternoon: Cloudy with rain developing. High 53. Sunday evening: Rain, heavy at times. Low 40s. A Stormtracker 2 alert day in effect for all of Central New York for Sunday night into...
Weekly Safety Report: Shooting, Criminal Mischief, and Youth Violence Concerns in Oneida County, New York
This week in Oneida County, New York, several incidents occurred that raised concerns about safety in the area. These incidents include a Mohawk Valley resident being accused of criminal mischief, a shooting at a Proctor High School football game, a 14-year-old injured in a shooting, a Rome man facing felony contempt charges, a discussion on youth violence in Utica, and a Utica man likely to avoid jail time in a shooting in Saratoga Springs.
Today the gas price is close to $3.49 in Oneida as of 2023-12-10. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Sunday is $3.158, a week ago the price is $3.243 , according to AAA.
Councilman Fritz Scherz to hold 12th annual town-wide Verona holiday party
VERONA — Fred “Fritz” Scherz, Jr., councilman on the Verona Town Board, will hold his 12th annual Holiday Party for all Town of Verona residents from noon to 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10 at the Verona Fire Hall, 5555 Volunteer Ave. “The prior 11 times I’ve held...
New Parking Rules in Downtown Canastota: Changes on Center and Peterboro Streets Ahead of Dougherty Pharmacy Opening
The Village of Canastota Board of Trustees in New York has updated parking rules in the downtown area near Center Street and S. Peterboro Street. This update is due to the upcoming opening of the new Dougherty Pharmacy. The board made these changes at their meeting on November 6, 2023.
New sentence for South Jersey man who beat house sitter to death in 2017
Police say Brandon Wilson will be behind bars for 27 years for the beating death of 26-year-old Shawneeq Carter.
Rome Fire Department raises more than $6K for health organizations
ROME — The members of the Rome Fire Department have raised more than $6,000 for local causes this season. For No Shave November, the members of the department were allowed to grow beards in order to raise money for the Rome Health Foundation. The bearded firefighters were posted on social media, and their followers voted for Firefighter Todd Stevens to win the Best ‘Stache Contest.
First NYS-Licensed Cannabis Dispensary for Utica-Rome to Open in January
UTICA, N.Y. (WKTV) -- The first New York State-licensed cannabis dispensary in the Utica-Rome area is already operating online and delivering its product. Air City Cannabis plans to open its brick-and-mortar, fully-licensed dispensary in January 2024 in a 5,000-square-foot space at the west end of the Live It Downtown complex.
Syracuse police go Christmas shopping with local children
EAST SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — Syracuse police held their “Shop with a Cop” event at Walmart in East Syracuse on Saturday, Dec. 9, helping local kids pick out Christmas gifts. 15 children were selected for the event. All of them have been victims of criminal activities, fires,...
Rome photographer Nelson Rudiak receives award in global competition
ROME — Amateur photographer Nelson Rudiak was presented with a 17th Annual Black and White Spider Award. The local shutterbug received an honorable mention award in the Americana category for a photo he took in Maine. Rudiak, who is retired and lives in Rome with his wife, and has...