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Kristen Scanlon of Utica has a child with a severe food allergy and because of that is bringing awareness about the issue to others here in Central New York. On Saturday, for the second straight year, Scanlon organized the FARE Food Allergy Walk at SUNYIT.
The cold, late fall-like day didn't deter people from participating in the grueling, yet fun Mighty Run in Utica, Saturday. Taking place at the Masonic Care Community, the 5k run pit participants against 15 different obstacles, as well as the muddy elements.
Utica police cracked down on a suspected marijuana grow operation and confiscated several illegal weapons. Matthew Dubyn, 31, has been charged with unlawful marijuana growing and possession, along with multiple counts of illegal weapons possession.
Losing a home to a fire or a storm can be a traumatic experience for any homeowner. It can be made even worse if your insurance claims payments are lower than you expected.
A Utica man is facing charges of resisting arrest and endangering the welfare of a child after allegedly arguing with a neighbor and throwing a full can of beer at her and her baby. 59-Year old Mark Kozien was arrested on September 11, 2014 at approximately 7:18pm after police responded to the 400 block of Deland Drive.
Police accuse a man of sexually gratifying himself while touching a woman who was sleeping on a couch at the Addictions Crisis Center on Lansing Street. Investigators say it happened Tuesday, September 9. Investigators say Barbaritano approached a woman who was sleeping on a couch, pulled up her dress and touch her buttock.
A Utica man faces four years in state prison after pleading guilty Friday in Jefferson County Court to charges that he had crack cocaine with the intent to sell the drug within the county. Roy Diggs, 36, pleaded guilty to two counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
The city's biggest two day music festival is almost here. The annual Utica Music and Arts Fest kicks off Friday and runs through Saturday.
In the City of Utica 410 American flags are planted in front of the 9/11 Memorial with the names of every first responder killed on Sept. 11 2001.
Firefighters worked quickly to control a blaze at one home in Utica on Wednesday. The fire broke out near the 1500 block of Dudley Ave. around 4 p.m., but it was extinguished just 30 minutes later.
Police arrested a man they saw was selling packets of heroin near a laundromat on Oneida Street Tuesday. Jose Roca, 46, Neilson Street, is charged.
CONMED Corporation today announced that, based on the preliminary vote count provided by its proxy solicitor following the Company's 2014 Annual Meeting, shareholders have elected all eight of CONMED's director nominees: Brian Concannon, Charles Farkas, Jo Ann Golden, Curt Hartman, Dirk Kuyper, Jerome Lande, Stephen Mandia and Mark Tryniski. As previously announced, Bruce Daniels and Dr. Stuart Schwartz are stepping down from the Board after many years of service.
If you're traveling on the Parkway in Utica this week you'll see over 400 American flags surrounding the 9/11 memorial. The United Way of the Valley and Greater Utica have placed the flags -one for every first responder who was killed on September 11th 2001 - as a symbol of remembrance for those who attend the 9/11 Memorial Service on Thursday morning.
With fall quickly approaching, Central New Yorkers will be forced to turn up the heat in their homes. But the state is offering a program for residents to prepare for the chilly weather, while learning more about renewable energy.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 06:45 pm
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