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County to Pay off Amortized Retirement Payment's Early
UTICA, N.Y. , Dec. 11 -- The Oneida County Executive issued the following news release: County Executive Anthony J. Picente announced today his plan to pay off $2,907,482 in amortized state retirement payments.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Bah Humbug- An annual tradition returns to Utica
The 31st annual Scrooge performance is back, continuing a holiday tradition held at the Stanley Theatre.
North Country slammed with several feet of lake-effect snow
CONSTABLEVILLE, N.Y. -- The streets are clear in Utica, but just 40 miles north, it's another world.
Board considers exemption
The Gloversville Enlarged School District Board of Education is expected to vote in January a New York state tax exemption that could lead to more residential space in downtown and commercial areas.
Brilbeck's, a beer 'destination' store on Tipp Hill, has been sold to the co-owner of Shifty's Bar & Grill
Keith Brilbeck, left, is selling his family-owned Brilbeck's Corner Market on Tipp Hill to Jason Purdy, right, who also owns Shifty's Bar & Grill on Burnet Avenue.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Albany Times Union
Grid plan helps GloFo
National Grid is seeking approval to build 153 miles of new high-voltage electrical transmission lines on a route that would begin in the Utica area and pass through Albany, ending in Dutchess County.
Habitat for Humanity ReStore seeking volunteers, donations
The old McHarris Gifts Outlet location in South Utica gets new life as Oneida County Habitat for Humanity is launching a ReStore.
Several area residents to graduate from New York State Police Academy
Nearly 200 new New York State Police troopers will graduate Tuesday from the 200th session of the Basic School of the New York State Police Academy.
On the Thruway: Flames, desperation, a crushed door - and then it opened
The pickup truck involved Monday in a Thruway accident in DeWitt, after it had moved from the scene by investigators.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Oneida County Health Department: Not too late for flu shot
As part of National Flu Immunization Week, the Oneida County Health Department encourages those who have not yet received a flu shot to get one.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
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.