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Parent advocates for developmentally disabled speak with lawmakers

Parent advocates for the developmentally disabled, along with the Arc Oneida-Lewis Chapter, hosted state lawmakers this morning.

Locals continue to experience issues with frozen pipes

Camden and West Winfield still suffer the effects of the harsh winter with frozen pipes and lack of water.

Greater Utica Chamber Board shopping for new leader

The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce has a mid-term vacancy at the very top of its Board.

Coldest month ever for Utica

Congratulations, you survived the coldest month ever in Utica weather history. we didn't just beat the old record set back in 1857, we beat it by two degrees. Why was it so cold?

Village of Yorkville snow emergency has been lifted

The Village of Yorkville snow emergency has been lifted as of 10:00 a.m., March 4, 2015.

Education forum in Little Falls on protecting public schools

Educators, school board members and students are encouraged to attend a discussion tonight on how to protect and support public schools in our area.

#WeCantWait Coalition hosting an education summit

The Mohawk Valley #WeCantWait Coalition is hosting a student summit to discuss funding discrepancies that exist between wealthy and high-need students in the area.

Town Supervisor of Forestport charged for disorderly conduct

State Police have charged 67-year-old Parker Snead of Forestport for disorderly conduct.

Car rollover accident on Burrstone Rd. and Lincoln Ave. intersection

A car accident on Burrstone Road in the area of Lincoln Ave. occurred just after ten this morning.

Several roads will close, detours set for 2015 Heart Run

If you'll be on the streets Saturday, be mindful of several road closures and detours because of the 2015 Heart Run.

Major education rally this morning in Albany

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - Police have already closed some streets and issued parking restrictions in downtown Albany as thousands of people head to the state Capitol for an education rally.

Picente proposes changing location of Children's Museum, officials react

Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente presented a 17-page speech on Tuesday, during his ninth annual State of the County Address at the Radisson Hotel-Utica Centre.

"Incentive plan" has local parents fuming

Charlotte Witzigman's daughter brought home a letter from Adirondack Central Schools, where she's a sixth grader. The content has mom fuming.

History Channel show American Pickers coming to Utica

The History Channel show "American Pickers" is coming to Utica.

City of Utica offers parking ticket amnesty before amping up booting

If you have unpaid parking tickets, you may want to get those tickets taken care of. The City will be actively stepping up the booting process of cars with overdue fines.

Parents outraged over standardized test incentives given to students

Parents and Common Core opponents are outraged over a letter indicating that Adirondack Middle School Principal offered incentives for students who take the state tests this spring.

Boilermaker bibs available through the YWCA Mohawk Valley

Boilermaker bibs will be made available at noon today through the YWCA Mohawk Valley as part of its ‘Run Violence Out of the Valley’ awareness campaign.

Village of Herkimer declares a snow emergency effective at 7 p.m. March 3

According to the Herkimer Chief of Police, the Village of Herkimer is declaring a snow emergency effective at 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 3, 2015.

Good Nature Farm Brewery schedules public forum

The owners of Good Nature Farm Brewery & Tap Room – Carrie Blackmore and Matt Whalen – will host a public forum on March 19, 2015, at 5 p.m.

Craft Beverage Summit at Aqua Vino Restaurant discusses industry growth

A Craft Beverage Summit will be held at Aqua Vino Restaurant, on Harbor Lock Road, in Utica, today, March 3, 2015.

Boil Water Advisory for Deerfield lifted

DEERFIELD, NY - A boil water advisory has been issued for Doyle Road and Lantern Lane in Deerfield.