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Hanna proposes plan to allow state to loan communities cash for infrastructure projects
U.S. Rep. Richard Hanna visited Utica on Monday to propose a new bill that would allow local communities to go to the state for infrastructure loans.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Local woman advocates for mental illness awareness
As Mental Health Matters Da' approaches this Wednesday, Melissa Swald Camman, of Utica is trying to educate and spread awareness about mental illness.
Mother Marianne's West Side Kitchen celebrates six years
The food is served out of the St. Joseph-St. Patrick Parish Center on Columbia Street in Utica.
Cause of fire that killed baby still not determined
Utica fire officials say the home where a devastating fire killed a 6-month-old baby girl was up to code and up to date on its inspections.
Baby Killed in Weekend House Fire on Dudley Avenue in Utica
A five to six-month old baby was killed in a fire in a home on Dudley Avenue in Utica over the weekend.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Mother of 6-month old fire victim mourns
A fire ripped through a home at 1508 Dudley Ave., in Utica around 10 this morning, leaving a 6-month old infant dead and a family displaced.
Berenstain Bears Live at the Stanely Theather in Utica
No you don't need to alert the Utica Zoo of any animals that escaped, but there was a bear sighting in downtown Utica on Sunday March 9 as the Berenstain Bears LIVE show made a stop at the Stanley Theater.
Graffiti Vandals Strike Addison Miller Park Playground
Soon the snow will melt across Central New York and parents will be taking their kids out to parks and playgrounds around the area and in West Utica, sadly, there is new graffiti at the Addison Miller Park playground.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Where Can You Find The Best Fish Fry In Utica?
Now that Lent is underway, you'll be seeing more and more people ordering fish on Fridays.
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Tennessee Firm to Purchase New York Ambulance Company
Knoxville-based Priority Ambulance said Wednesday that it plans to purchase Kunkel Ambulance Service of Utica, N.Y. Terms of the deal, which must be approved by the New York State Department of Health, were not disclosed.
Breakfast showcases women's progress in business
In celebration of International Women's Day, both men and women gathered at the Radisson in downtown Utica to learn about the progress women have made in the workforce and the challenges they still face.
Two face drug charges after Verona traffic stop
Two men face drug charges after a traffic stop in Verona on Thursday morning, the Oneida County Sheriff's Office said.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Mother perseveres 10 years after daughter's disappearance
So she folds flyers bearing her 17-year-old daughter's image and stuffs them into envelopes at the Utica branch of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Utica woman accused of hitting firetruck with her car
Linda Gigliotti, 48, of Goodrich Avenue, is charged with two counts of driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated with a blood alcohol over 0.18 percent, leaving the scene of motor vehicle accident, drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle and traffic summons.
Keeler in the Morning Show Notes for Thurs., March 6
His True Tales - Clowns arrested, Exploding cell phones and a suit case that doubles as a toilet for your dogwhen you're in public.
Utica man accused of threatening, punching two women
Edward Hargrove, 42, of Armory Drive is charged with felony menacing in the first degree and criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree and a violation harassment charge.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
SUNY's nanotechnology hub in DeWitt: What you need to know
Details are still emerging about the nanotechnology hub that Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Tuesday is coming to the Collamer Crossings Business Park , but here are some early facts.
Lawsuit against city, UPD and police chief dismissed
Federal civil rights claims brought against the City of Utica, Police Chief Mark Williams and other Utica Police officers as part of an incident in 2011 were dismissed Wednesday in a 13-page decision by U.S. District Judge David Hurd.
Dick Cavett Show Pays Tribute to Utica [VIDEO]
I'd always thought Dick Cavett had a popular talk show, but he sure seemed excited when Utica joined the list of affiliates.
Watertown Daily Times
North Country People
Milestone: David Bearup, Utica, a grandson of Lena Bearup, Watertown, and a teacher in the Utica School District, recently earned national board certification for English language arts/adolescence and young adulthood.