The Susquehanna SPCA has reached its campaign goal of $5 million, and is gearing up to move into its new shelter space on Route 28 in June.
WKTV - 2 “Back to Work” Job Orders for May 10 –14, 2021
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There is an increasing demand for air conditioning systems this year due to the above average temperatures and the coronavirus pandemic.
The Rev. James Richardson, of the Kingdom Harvest Church in Rome, says its important to talk to have conversations with children about what’s going on across the country.
Chelsea Yourdon from Barnes & Noble shares new releases available for online order and curbside pick-up at the store in New Hartford.
Celeste Friend, a member of the Utica Common Council 3rd Ward, joins us for Newstalk to tell us about how the Coronavirus is affecting local schools and the common council.
Audrey Ventura, from Universal Wellness in Washington Mills, joins us for Newstalk to tell us that her classes will be cancelled and alternate methods to coming to class.
Diane Stancato, Executive Director of the Mohawk Valley YWCA, joins us for Newstalk to tell us events they are postponing due to coronavirus.
A well-known local conductor, Chuck Schneider, and his wife Rayna, are both suffering from illnesses that are causing their health to quickly deteriorate.
Hospice & Palliative Care offers groups and workshops to help people dealing with grief.
Utica Attorney Mark Wolber joins us for the first and second Newstalk to answer your legal questions.
Patrick Johnson joins us for Newstalk to talk about his free racism workshop at the Utica Public Library from 9am-3pm on Thursday, March 19th.
County data is updated nightly.
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