Clifford Fuel and Nice n Easy of Culver Avenue in Utica presented a check to MDA Shamrocks for $28,421.
Authorities are investigating an apparent accidental shooting that left an upstate New York man with a hand wound that he wrapped in duct tape because he has an aversion to doctors.
A Rome business owner is issuing a challenge to fellow business owners. It's all an effort to increase safety in the city.
State police say a woman is dead and another is recovering from injuries suffered when their car crashed off a rural upstate New York road and landed in a stream.
New York State Police are investigating the cause of a stubborn structure fire in Sauquoit.
The 1600 block of Miller Street in Utica is closed to traffic Friday morning as National Grid crews continue to repair a utility pole, following a serious accident Thursday night.
A barn fire in Camden sent multiple fire departments to the scene, Thursday night.
At around 3 p.m., the first of the Raiders' swimmers hit the pool to begin the 48-hour swimming marathon that will go towards benefiting "Kids Action for Kids," a non-profit organization dedicated to help provide surgeries for children in Thailand born with cleft lips and cleft palates.
While school districts across New York State continue to tally the number of students who opted out of state testing this year, some milestones are surfacing locally, in central New York.
A home for veterans housing is shining like a new penny tonight thanks to help from the Home Depot.
You may have noticed the piles of trash that have piled up alongside many roadways.
When you drive over the highway now, you get a better sense of what the new and improved arterial will look like.
The legal battle over building a Stewart's Shops in East Utica continues while construction of a New Hartford one moves forward
Gregory Elderkin, a Staff Sergeant at Fort Campbell, has recently been nominated for a position at West Point. He is set to attend this coming October.
Participants in the Go Red Corporate Challenge celebrated their successes on April 15. For the first time, the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association hosted a Go Red Corporate Challenge Awards Ceremony at Utica College to recognize the efforts of teams and participants.
County Executive Picente along with Oneida County Department of Social Services and community partners announced Child Abuse Awareness Month for the Month of April.
Darnell Howard was in court today for the shooting death of Rose G. Ortiz in October.
Paul Bumbolo is back in court today for the first time since he was found fit to stand trial.
Shortly before 8 a.m. on Route 20 West in Richfield Springs, a car accident occurred.
ACR Health hosted the 4th annual celebrity bartender happy hour, at Hotel Utica on Wednesday night.