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New Hartford Police investigate robbery at Dunkin' Donuts

Police had the Dunkin' Donuts eatery located at 1707 Burrstone Road taped off overnight as they investigated an alleged robbery.

ALERT: Village of Prospect is under a conserve water order

The Village of Prospect is under a conserve water alert according to officials.

Herkimer High School students learn to paint portraits from a master

An artist worked with Herkimer High School students in art classes for the completion of a portrait project.

Donors raise over $11K for family of teen killed in crash

Donors have raised more than $11,000 for the family of a 13-year-old New York girl who was killed in an upstate crash over the weekend.

Syracuse zoo's new baby elephant being introduced to public

A baby elephant born earlier this month at the zoo in Syracuse is having its coming out party.

Rome woman faces larceny and multiple drug charges

A Rome woman is arrested on larceny and multiple drug charges after a shoplifting incident at Walmart.

Utica Memorial Day Parade, a hit once again

Utica, N.Y. - The annual Memorial Day Parade down Genesee St. in Utica always draws in a nice crowd of area families, and this year's edition was no exception.

Farm to Table: An all-local, all-natural hotdog

A group of local companies work together to create a unique product, a healthy hotdog!

Beekeeping 101: Surviving the harsh winter and starting a hive

After a long winter of record breaking cold, it's nice to see the birds and the bees. The birds seem to be doing well, but how about those bees? In 2006 and 2007 there was an unusually high loss of bees across the country. Beekeepers became concerned about the health of honey bees and reducing winterkill.

Wounded Warriors inspire large crowd in Cooperstown

Cooperstown, N.Y. - Memorial Day Weekend is a weekend to remember those service men and women who lost their lives serving our country.

Police: Woman stole purse from shopping cart

A New Hartford woman is accused of stealing a woman's purse while she was loading her groceries in the Walmart parking lot.

Erie Canal Village hosts Empire State Craft Fair

The Erie Canal Village is hosting its first major event since reopening under new management earlier this month.

Teen and adult killed in accident in Town of Warren

UPDATE: A teen and an adult were killed in an accident in Herkimer County Saturday evening, and two others are being treated for injuries. Rescue crews responded to the intersection of Little Lakes Road and Jordanville Road before 6 p.m.

Local 'Rosie the Riveter' set to embark on the trip of a lifetime

Ilion, N.Y. - 91 year old Marilyn Jean Miller White, a longtime resident of Mohawk who now lives in Ilion, goes by her middle name 'Jean', but many may want to call her Rosie.

Local group aims to introduce dance to all ages

A local group is promoting the art of dancing for area teens and adults.

Actor Randolph Mantooth visits Greater Utica

WHITESBORO, NY - An actor, who is garnering new fame thanks to reruns of his hit show on METV, paid a visit to Greater Utica.

Synthetic Marijuana: dangerous, emerging trend

They call it K2, Spice, and No More Mr. Nice Guy. The last is perhaps the most accurate name for synthetic marijuana.

Assoc. of Police and Fire Retirees honors deceased members with a community salute

The Association of Police and Fire Retirees of Upstate New York kicked off the Memorial Day weekend by honoring police and firefighters who have passed since last Memorial Day.

Memorial Day events throughout Central New York

Looking for something to do on Memorial Day? Here's a list of fun events.

Utica Comets Games 1 and 2 tickets are sold out

Utica Comets announced that Sunday and Monday’s games against the Grand Rapids Griffins have sold out.

Emergency crews use Jaws of Life following a two-car accident on Route 28

Emergency crews used the Jaws of Life to rescue a person trapped inside a vehicle following a two-car car accident along Route 28 last night.