1 hr ago
Herkimer senior wins Congressional Art Competition
Congressman Richard Hanna stopped by Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute on Saturday and will be taking some artwork with him back to Washington.
4 hrs ago
UPD: Former Salutes employee tries to burn down building
A Utica man is facing felony arson charges following a fire a business early Saturday morning.
18 hrs ago
Ride for Missing Children raises awareness, builds hope
On Friday, hundreds of people from Central New York hopped on their bicycles and rode for about 90 miles to raise awareness for the thousands of missing children throughout America.
Fri May 17, 2013
The Canuck Way
Utica, N.Y. is the "Front-Runner" for Canucks AHL Team: Report
The city of Utica, New York is reportedly the "front-runner" to be the home of the Vancouver Canucks-owned American Hockey League franchise.
Cow corralled after getting loose in central NY
A wayward cow's dip in a central New York pond ends with the animal being lassoed by several volunteer "cowboys." Police in the town of New Hartford say a farmer was transporting four cows in a trailer when 1 of them got loose Thursday afternoon along a busy stretch of Route 5 outside Utica.
Bring a piece of "The Office" to your office as series finale airs tonight at 9 on NBC 3
We were first introduced to Dunder Mifflin Paper eight years ago on NBC's The Office, but our fascination with the cast and company doesn't have to end with the series.
Thu May 16, 2013
Riders Prepare for Ride for Missing Children
Riders brought their bikes to the Valentino Banquet Hall in Washington Mills, on Thursday, in preparation for the 17th annual "Ride For Missing Children." What started out as seven men biking from Utica to Washington D.C. In 1995 has expanded tremendously over the past seventeen years to four hundred and eighty riders.
Advocates of Women's Equality Act rally in downtown Utica
A rally held in downtown Utica on Thursday pushed the Governor's ten-point Women's Equality Act.
Wed May 15, 2013
UPD investigate possible shots fired on Andes Ave in Utica
A cab driver tells police that he saw a vehicle window shot out at what was allegedly a birthday party in Utica.
Police wonder if machete incident at playground was gang related
Amid a large fight on a Utica playground, police say a teen was cut with a machete.
New owner of Davis Motel denied use variance, motel will not re-open
The Davis Motel in Utica will remain closed after the owner is denied a use variance.
Tue May 14, 2013
Rev. Bill Dodge stepping down from Rescue Mission
The Reverend Bill Dodge has stepped down from his position as executive director at the Rescue Mission of Utica.
Farmworkers bill now in the hands of the State Senate
On Monday, the New York State Assembly voted 82 to 53 in favor of the Farmworkers Fair Labor Practices Act, and it is now in the hands of the State Senate.
Eugene Dziedzic, author, educator, civic leader, passes away
A prominent educator, author and civic leader from the Mohawk Valley passed away on Tuesday at the age of 67.
Mon May 13, 2013
Watertown Daily Times
Thursday "Last Call" for State Fair's Home Brew Competition Entries
Thursday is last call for the New York State Fair's annual Home Brew Competition, promoters remind those interested in entering.
Utica man arrested with stolen gun and bulletproof vest
A Utica man was found with a stolen gun and bulletproof vest after he was reportedly waiving a gun out of his car window.
Sun May 12, 2013
Albany Times Union
Rail? Trail? Decide, N.Y.
What do you do with a 141-mile stretch of rail bed that cuts through one of the nation's greatest parks? Revive the rail, or build a trail? Fans of each of those options have staked out their case, and could probably keep arguing until the moose come home.
Sat May 11, 2013
How Utica scammers netted more than $1 million after fake car crash
When Cindy and David Morgan closed their Utica restaurant for the day on March 20, 2006, the couple was about a year away from being kicked out of their space on the Erie Canal for not paying rent.
Fri May 10, 2013
Friday Night Fever: Auburn vs. Proctor - Boys Baseball
He's a world-renowned jazz musician with a passion for the Mohawk Valley. Bill Jacobs has traveled the world playing his music, but this summer, he'll be teaching students and he'll be doing it here... On January 21, 2011, Matias Ferreira was in the US Marine Corps.
Decrease in test scores lead to changes for MVCC nursing program
Associate Dean for Nursing Pamela Fess at MVCC in Utica felt that the 2012 first-time passage rate for the national licensing exam to become an RN could be higher, that they needed to be higher.