Watertown Daily Times
In defending a report that his group recently published on enhancing economic development, David A. Mankiewicz said it's imperative to concentrate on making large businesses and industries even larger.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
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Holland Patent man killed in early morning crash
A Holland Patent man was killed in an early morning crash in Oneida County on Friday.
State police investigating car crash that killed Oneida County man
A 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche, driven by Stephen Burke Jr., was traveling on Sulphur Springs Road north of Belcher Road when he lost control and struck a tree.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
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Yorkville mayor struck by car while walking in Oneida County
The mayor of Yorkville was injured after being struck by a car while he was walking Thursday morning.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
12 year-old girl gets lost in woods, treated for hypothermia
A 12 year-old girl looking for her dog got lost in the woods behind her home for several hours Wednesday night.
Local law enforcement agencies get new radar equipment
The Utica Police and Oneida County Sheriff's Recruits teamed up for a unique outdoor class, Wednesday.
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.
Shots fired overnight in Yorkville, several police agencies respond
Authorities responded to a report of shots fired just before 11:30 Monday night, and say they found a woman in possession of a gun near Inman Place in Yorkville.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Oneida County lawmaker proposes Levon's Law, would make it a felony...
When a child is missing, every minute matters. This past summer, Jevon Wameling waited more than two weeks to let Utica Police know his son Levon.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Former heroin addict hopes to teach locals from her experience
Heroin addiction has affected many Oneida County residents, including Jillian King of New Hartford.
Heroin use on the rise in Oneida County
Heroin use, opiate use and heroin and opiate related deaths are on the rise in Oneida County, leaving local law enforcement and drug and rehab officials on a mission to find out why.
New Hartford man arrested on sex abuse charges
The New York State Police and Oneida County Child Advocacy Center announced the arrest of a New Hartford man on sex abuse charges, Wednesday.
Jevon Wameling pleads guilty to manslaughter for death of son Levon
The father of a baby boy who was found dead in a river in September has pleaded guilty in connection with his son's death.
Oneida County man accused of possessing handgun after getting open container violation
A Utica man is accused of possessing a loaded .45 caliber handgun, which police only discovered after approaching him for a potential open container violation.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
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Police: Manlius woman arrested with meth while trying to rip off Walmart
New Hartford Police have arrested a Manlius woman who they say was caught with a pipe filled with meth while she tried to steal from Walmart.
Five years after wrongly convicted man freed, search continues for Simon's killer
It was exactly five years ago, on Nov. 25, 2008, that Steven Barnes heard the clang of his metal shackles hit the floor of an Oneida County Courtroom as they fell from his wrists, signaling his freedom.
Local Police Agencies To Take Part In STOP-DWI Crackdown
The Oneida County STOP DWI Program says local police agencies will be participating in a special enforcement effort to crackdown on impaired driving throughout the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
State police accused Oneida County man of shoplifting, pawning animal medicine
State police say an Oneida County man stole name-brand flea and tick animal medication, then sold it to local pawn shops.
Mother, brother of baby in court as father waives felony hearing in manslaughter case
Ian Gulbin, 31, the man charged with manslaughter in the death of his one-year-old child, Brayden Gulbin, appeared in the Town of Floyd Court Monday and waived his right to a felony hearing.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Should Picente Sign Oneida County's New Anti-Bullying Law? [OPINION]
There are real questions about Oneida County's new 'Anti-Bullying Law' and the topic drew a great deal of attention on Thursday's First News with Keeler in the Morning.