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3 hrs ago | WKTV
When Utica Police Officer John Lomonico responded to a burglary alarm on Lexington Place in Utica a little after 10:00 Thursday morning, he saw a suspect, crawling legs-first, out of a rear window of 109 Lexington, a stuffed pillowcase in one hand and a pry bar in the other.
3 hrs ago | WKTV
Vincent Russo, an 82-year-old man from upstate, was killed three years ago on his way to church.
4 hrs ago | Lite 98.7
The United Way of the Valley and Greater Utica Area has teamed up with Wal-Mart and Lite 98.7 to make sure that every student in our area goes back to school with all the supplies they need to succeed.
The new apartments are part of a project between Housing Visions, New York State Homes and Community Renewal, and the City of Utica.
When you bite into a Big Mac, make a cup of coffee in the morning, wipe down your kitchen counter, you're most likely using products made at Burrows Paper Corporation in Little Falls.
Genesee Crossing, located at 100 Hobart St., is an $8.9 million revitalization project that provides affordable housing.
One local Girl Scout troop is giving back to the community and the Utica Zoo is benefiting from the hard work.
ABOUT THE WEEK OF JULY 30, 1965, there was life in Old 790 yet. The old girl was in the Utica yards getting her journal boxes repaired.
Munson Machinery , a maker of mixing and blending machinery, has expanded the size of its Utica, New York, headquarters location by more than 30 percent, according to Charles Divine, Munson Machinery's president and CEO.
State police say a central New York man has died in a one-car crash in his rural hometown and the driver has been charged with drunken driving and manslaughter.
Police urge the public to assist in an ongoing larceny investigation, in Utica. According to the Utica Police Department the suspect stole merchandise from the Price Chopper Supermarket, in North Utica on Tuesday.
A 19-year old Utica man is under arrest, accused of secretly videotaping women who were undressing at what New Hartford Police describe as "a local retail store."
Steel beams are rising over a building that has sat empty for years. "When you have a building that's empty and there's moss growing on the inside it brings the value and the look of everything down and it's depressing.
New Hartford Police arrested 17-year-old Gino V. Placanaca, of Mohawk Street in Utica, for his involvement in a series of home burglaries, car break-ins and two car thefts after one of the cars was recovered by Utica Police.
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Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 03:56 pm
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