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After months of studio preparation, “HCTV News” is returning to TV viewers in the valley area on Thursday, March 5 at 5:00 pm.
Parent advocates for the developmentally disabled, along with the Arc Oneida-Lewis Chapter, hosted state lawmakers this morning.
Mohawk Valley Community College is unveiling its FabLab on the Utica campus.
A march for public education begins at 4 p.m. on March 5, 2015, at Oneida Square in Utica.
The Ilion Mayor is requesting residents run their water to keep pipes from freezing.
Maple syrup producers across the state are ready to welcome warmer temperatures.
A Syracuse University student may lose four of his fingers after falling victim to severe frostbite during what police call over-the-top fraternity hazing.
Two local groups have partnered with the Fiscal Policy Institute to provide the public with recommendations to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's 2015-2016 Executive Budget.
A sixth grader from Whitesboro Middle School, who is battling leukemia, is working to help other kids undergoing similar treatments.
Students in the Utica City School district are on a mission to end the r-word. Or rather, replace the r-word.
Notre Dame Senior Jack Heaton has received an appointment to the United States Military Academy, often referred to as “West Point.”
Imagine three weeks with no running water. This is life for some in the Village of Camden, where pipes are still freezing from the coldest February on record.
Camden and West Winfield still suffer the effects of the harsh winter with frozen pipes and lack of water.
The Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce has a mid-term vacancy at the very top of its Board.
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?
The Village of Yorkville snow emergency has been lifted as of 10:00 a.m., March 4, 2015.
Educators, school board members and students are encouraged to attend a discussion tonight on how to protect and support public schools in our area.
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.
State Police have charged 67-year-old Parker Snead of Forestport for disorderly conduct.
A car accident on Burrstone Road in the area of Lincoln Ave. occurred just after ten this morning.