The 6th Annual Herkimer County Youth Art Month Show holds its opening reception today, Monday, March 2, 2015, from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
A water main break occurred shortly after 4 a.m. this morning on Foxcroft Road in New Hartford.
According to Oneida County Sheriff, Robert Maciol, a Whitesboro man was arrested after an indictment from Oneida County Court.
U.S. Representative Richard Hanna read this morning to children at New York Mills Jr. – Sr. High School in the High School Library.
The United Way honors its donors and volunteers for its Annual Day of Thanks.
The Village of Newport has issued an alert to all Newport residents to run water to avoid frozen pipes.
UTICA, NY - A local decorator is donating time and energy to raise awareness for the Humane Society of Rome.
Police continue to investigate the shooting that happened late Sunday night in the 300 block of Harter Street in Herkimer.
UTICA, NY - Utica College President Todd Hutton has announced he will retire August 1, 2016.
DEERFIELD, NY - A boil water advisory has been issued for Doyle Road and Lantern Lane in Deerfield.
UTICA, NY - Mohawk Valley's best meatballs were determined today at Hotel Utica.
A scuffle inside the Village of Frankfort offices back on election night in June of 2008 will all be rehashed inside New York State Supreme Court Justice Norm Siegal's courtroom in the Herkimer County Courthouse Monday morning.
UTICA, NY - It was all about the ladies today at MVCC, where girls took part in the STEM Expo.
UTICA, NY - Live music fans now have a new venue to flock to, right here in Utica. The new restaurant is called '315' located on Lenox Avenue on the city's westside
ROME, NY - Rome Clean and Green hosted its first Smarty Pants Spelling and Trivia Bee, which was also a fundraiser.
ONEONTA, NY - Oneonta's Main Street played host to the Annual Snommegang Invitational Beer Festival this afternoon.
UTICA, NY - Big kudos for the City of Utica's Union Station from the popular website, Thrillist.com
UTICA, NY - A fire at 21 Irving Place in Utica broke out just before 7p.m.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York legislators have voted to postpone until next year the deadline for doctors to issue only electronic drug prescriptions, saying many still lack the required federal approval to do that for painkillers and other addictive drugs on the government list of controlled substances.
NEW HARTFORD, NY - New Hartford Police say they've recently received several complaints from local businesses regarding an ongoing scam attempt being conducted by someone pretending to be a National Grid representative.