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Super Bowl super spreads: Titans of food

While the gladiators of the NFL are clashing in Phoenix at the Super Bowl, the titans of food will be fighting for supremacy at spreads across the country.

Positions available at job fair sponsored by XNG

Work is continuing on the natural gas filling site, just south of the village of Dolgeville, on Rt 167, where natural gas from the Iroquois Pipeline will be compressed and transported by trucks to businesses within 200 miles of the plant.

Rome Leaders Hope Investor Will Bring New Life to Erie Canal Village

ROME, N.Y. (WKTV) - An investor from California has big plans for the Erie Canal Village. A deal has been struck between the current owners and Ron Prince from California. Prince plans to make many improvements to the existing buildings and even build new attractions on the property. Local leaders hope the plans come to fruition.

New Herkimer restaurant to accept applications Saturday

(WKTV) - Jamos Restaurant and Bar, which will open soon in Herkimer, will be accepting applications Saturday.

Local high school student launches food delivery service

NEW HARTFORD, N.Y. (WKTV)--A local high school student is taking food delivery to a new level. The New Hartford High School senior has established a business that will bring more variety to take-out customers.

Rome Strip Steel Changing Hands

A nearly 90-year-old Rome family business is about to change hands. Rome Strip Steel wasn't looking for a buyer; Worthington Industries, of Columbus, Ohio, approached them last year.

Religious leaders hold minimum wage vigil at NY Capitol

Nuns, ministers and other religious leaders have held a prayer vigil at the New York state Capitol in support of a wage increase for tipped workers.

NY to require carbon monoxide detectors in restaurants

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Restaurants and commercial buildings statewide will be required starting next June to install and maintain carbon monoxide detectors. The two laws signed this week apply to New York City and the rest of the state. Sponsors say they are intended to extend the requirement for the detectors already in place for apartments and one- and two-family homes. They noted that a carbon monoxide leak from a malfunctioning water heater pipe recently killed a Long Island restaurant manager and sickened nearly 30 people. The colorless, odorless gas comes from incomplete combustion. Milder symptoms from inhaling it include dizziness, headaches and confusion.

Yorkville Business trying to reach out to customers after shutting its doors

A number of our viewers have been posting comments on social media about a Christmas gift card they received... and that gift they say is now worthless, but is it?

New winery set to open in Verona

You might think of the Finger Lakes as the wine destination in New York State, but that's about to change with the opening of a new local winery.

Leadership Mohawk Valley encouraging volunteerism

Leadership Mohawk Valley turns 25 this year and as a gift to the community it serves, this year's class and alumni are logging 2,500 volunteer hours and encourage you to help.

Black Friday brings big crowd and tradition

Retail junkies were out in full force on Black Friday making their way through the crowds with the hopes of snatching up the best deals.

Speciality beer store to open in New Hartford

New Hartford has a new specialty beer shop to keep up with the growing demand of craft brews.

Roser Communications sees potential in Harbor Point site

Roser Communications Group is moving its radio stations and its advertising group to Harbor Point. On Wednesday, we got a look at the progress.

Oneidas plan casino outlet mall at Turning Stone

The Oneida Indians have announced plans to develop a luxury outlet center with about 60 stores at their Turning Stone Resort Casino.