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Local veteran warns other vets - VA not paying his medical bills over a new rule

Oneida, N.Y. - John Ready of Oneida served our country in Iraq as a member of the U.S. Army National Guard in 2003 and 2004.

Fusco discusses 'rebuilding Rome' during State of the City Address

Rome Mayor Joseph Fusco focused on past accomplishments and looked forward to the future, as he delivered his State of the City Address at Rome Free Academy Thursday night.

Cornhill Community Garden invites veterans and others

UTICA, NY - Uitca's Cornhill section is inviting area veterans to join them in their community garden. Organizers are teaming up with the Veterans Outreach Center.

Solar panels in Whitestown expected to "go live" in June

The Solar Panel Project in Oneida County is about go live. A five acre parcel of land on Judd Road in Whitestown is home to a newly installed solar farm.

Keeler gets Boston radio gig

Ever since he started in radio as a high school junior in 1981, local radio personality Bill Keeler wanted to make it to the big time.

Prospect mayor says boil water advisory has been lifted

Mayor Fran Righi says the issue was with a main water valve located near the village's water tower.

Patients, employees evacuated from Utica E.R.

UPDATE: Hospital officials confirm the Emergency Department at St. Luke's Hospital was evacuated Wednesday night after a patient activated a fire extinguisher and sprayed foam in the area.

Local Red Cross sends workers to help Texas flood victims

The Red Cross of the Mohawk Valley is sending a group of five employees to help the storm-ravaged areas of Texas.

NYS Legislature targets "Zombie Properties"

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi is targeting, "zombie properties"; vacant, abandoned homes that plague otherwise decent neighborhoods.

MVCC offers introductory training on drones

Mohawk Valley Community College is offering a non-credit training on small unmanned aerial systems (drones).

Leonard Bus Sales celebrates 50th year as a leader in school bus industry

It's a special year at Leonard Bus Sales as the family-run company celebrates its 50th year as a leader in the school bus industry.

Rome woman accused of stealing energy drinks from Walmart faces new charges in Oneida

The Rome woman accused of stealing energy drinks from Walmart in New Hartford is facing new charges - this time in Oneida.

Village of Newport might require water shutoff May 28

The Water Superintendent of the Village of Newport says the water might require shutoff.

Utica man sentenced to 30 months for marijuana conspiracy

A Utica man was sentenced today for his role in a marijuana conspiracy.

Children's Museum Board accepts Exec. Director's retirement, honors her with Emeritus title

The Board of Directors of the Children's Museum of History, Natural History, Science & Technology in Utica accepted the retirement of Executive Director Marlene Brown.

Side Kicks Family Karate in Rome to offer free Bully Prevention Seminar

Side Kicks Family Karate in Rome will be hosting a free Bully Prevention Seminar.

Herkimer College sends out community survey to assess needs of residents

Herkimer College is conducting a community survey to assess the needs of Herkimer County residents.

Poland English teachers use website to improve student vocabulary

Poland English teachers use a website to help students improve their vocabulary.

The legendary Steve Miller Band to perform at Chevy Court

The legendary Steve Miller Band will round out the Chevy Court’s performances at the Great New York State Fair.

2 New Hartford men charged with credit card theft

Two 21-year-old New Hartford men were arrested and charged with several felonies, following a month long criminal investigation into the theft of a credit card.

Senior Health & Fitness Day, Health and Fitness Expo helps seniors

The Parkway Center Department of Volunteer Services hosted their 10th Annual National Senior Health & Fitness Day, Health and Fitness Expo.