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Police: Oneida County man caught shoplifting $1,000 worth of clothes from Macy's also had heroin
A Utica man accused of shoplifting over $1,000 worth of clothing was charged with drug possession after he was found with envelopes of heroin, authorities said.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Local kids enjoy a Day with Santa
The Hampton Inn on Genesee Street in Utica was transformed into a Christmas wonderland for kids, Saturday.
Fifth annual Shop with Cop program held in New Hartford
The Christmas season can be tough on many families here in Central New York, but some local police officers continue to make it a little bit better for some of them.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Shoplifting at Sangertown leads to felony drug charges
A shoplifting incident leads to an arrest and felony drug charges Friday. Thomas J. Betti, 32, of Utica, was charged with grand larceny and criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Timothy R. Caponera
Born in Little Falls on April 13, 1953, Timothy was the son of the late Anthony R. and Winifred Caponera.
Mayor in Oneida County hit by car, taken to hospital with injuries
The mayor of the village of Yorkville was injured when he was hit by a car while crossing the street Thursday morning, the Oneida County Sheriff's Office said.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Albany Times Union
Karen Moreau , executive director of the state Petroleum Council, is reacting to what might sound to many like defeatist talk from the leader of the Independent Oil & Gas Association, which as noted by Capital NY's Scott Waldman recently parted ways with its longtime lobbying firm and has cut staff.
Carbone kicks off Toys for Tots
Carbone Auto Group has partnered with the Albany, N.Y. and Chicopee, Mass. Toys for Tots programs to deliver holiday cheer to children in need in the communities it serves.
President Obama touched by Utica teen's 'Bucket List'
Six months after his story started spreading in Central New York and beyond, the Utica teen who decided to create a 'Bucket List' as he battles Cystic Fibrosis has heared from President Obama.
Benjamin T. Clark Sr.
Benjamin Tilton Clark Sr., 77, of Hilton Head, S.C., died Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013, at his summer home in Rye Beach, surrounded by his wife and children.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Rachel Polansky Joins WSYR From WUTR
Rachel Polansky is joining WSYR , the ABC affiliate in Syracuse, as a reporter. Polansky comes from Utica, N.Y., where she has been a reporter at WUTR for the past year and a half.
Thieves targeting specific hot spots for car break-ins
Police are warning the community about recent car break-ins and are telling them to beware of criminal hot spots specific for this time of year.
Kelly Marshall sentenced to 19 years to life for Olbiston murder
A Utica woman was sentenced Wednesday for murder in the stabbing death of Allen Minor of Utica.
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East Syracuse man convicted in 2003 of killing a Utica prostitute faces heroin, gun charges
An East Syracuse man who was convicted of killing a 16-year-old prostitute in Utica in 2000 is facing new felony charges involving guns and heroin.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Judge rules original outcome stands in Oneida County Legislator race
Four weeks after election day, Oneida County election commissioners were finally able to certify the Oneida County Legislators Race in the first district, which includes Turning Stone Resort and Casino.
Animal advocate to be tethered in protest of animal abuser sentencing
On Monday, Ian West pleaded guilty in the Oneida County Courthouse in Utica, N.Y. to aggravated animal cruelty in the starvation death of four-year-old Lainey, an Australian shepherd reports the Uticaod.com.
Two charged after shots-fired incident in Yorkville
Two people are now charged after authorities responded to a report of shots fired late Monday near Inman Place in Yorkville, officials said.
Syracuse man faces several drug and firearm charges after Utica arrest
A Syracuse man was arrested on several drug and firearm charges after he was a passenger in a car that led police on a chase early Tuesday, Utica Police said.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Locals raise awareness for World AIDS Day
Darren Mason of Utica has been living with HIV and AIDS for the past 21 years. He's the only one of his group of friends still alive because of the terrible virus.