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CLINTON — The buzz before the Kraft Hockeyville USA NHL preseason game Tuesday was palpable.Whether the amount of people, the numerous Hockeyville signs around town or... [Read More]
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NEW HARTFORD — Sitting on a wrought iron chair outside Daylight Donuts on Genesee Street, Antonio Harris, a 29-year-old entrepreneur, envisioned his future."My vision one day is... [Read More]
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REMSEN — The first day of fall for many Central New Yorkers meant cool weather and perhaps football games.But for others, it was the first day... [Read More]
UTICA — It was no surprise to Shelly Callahan, the executive director of the Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees, to hear that the Trump Administration... [Read More]
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MARCY — When infrastructure development is good, the economy is typically good — and that seems to be the case in the Mohawk Valley.On Wednesday, The Genesis... [Read More]
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The Stanley Center for the Arts has been home to all forms of art and entertainment for nine decades. For all of the showy... [Read More]
All things hops, grains and beer fermented into a celebration of beer culture and history Saturday at the 23rd annual Madison County Hop Fest at... [Read More]
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All things hops, grains and beer fermented into a celebration of beer culture and history Saturday at the 23rd annual Madison County Hop Fest at... [Read More]
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Joe Tahan's Furniture, near the intersection of Commercial Drive and Greenman Avenue, should not be affected by a flood mitigation project on Sauquoit Creek, said... [Read More]
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UTICA — On Aug. 30, 2018, the Utica Police Department retired one of its longtime members.After seven years in service, Rex, the K9 Czech Shepherd who... [Read More]
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UTICA — The Stanley Center of the Arts has been home to all forms of art and entertainment for nine decades.Today, it celebrates the 90th anniversary of... [Read More]
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UTICA — Lions, lemurs and free admission — oh my!On Saturday, thousands of guests — predominantly young families — explored the Utica Zoo from 10 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. for... [Read More]
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Peter Mannella claims that every day in New York state, 50,000 people pass a school bus with its red lights flashing. After gaining traction... [Read More]
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Utica — The first day of school Thursday at Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School was a wide variety of emotions — whether excited, anxious or even... [Read More]
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Peter Mannella claims that every day in New York state, 50,000 people pass a school bus with its red lights flashing.After gaining traction in the state... [Read More]
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COOPERSTOWN — Temperature control systems might be getting cleaner as a result of state funding directed toward reducing greenhouse gases.The New York State Energy Research and... [Read More]
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NEW HARTFORD — Champs Sports in Sangertown Square is in the process of expanding into a new, larger location.The project will involve tearing down two former... [Read More]
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UTICA — Gail Owen and Ed McTiernan, the owners of the Powerhouse Gym on Champlin Avenue, have seen 28 years of people pass through their business' doors.On Thursday,... [Read More]
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UTICA — From a construction perspective, all that is left are the handrails.Once they're up, the interior of the former Smith Sprayers will be updated for... [Read More]
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 UTICA — Handshake.City on Saturday was a collection of various things: A stage for music; an old warehouse filled with graffiti artists; and numerous vendors selling local wares.Everything was assembled... [Read More]
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