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Perspective on the Crisis in the Gaza Strip: Both Sides Are Wrong
Fresh from a trip to the Middle East, one religious leader is struggling to help spread peace in his own way.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Local Girl Scouts help beautify the Utica Zoo
One local Girl Scout troop is giving back to the community and the Utica Zoo is benefiting from the hard work.
Hamilton County News
ABOUT THE WEEK OF JULY 30, 1965, there was life in Old 790 yet. The old girl was in the Utica yards getting her journal boxes repaired.
Munson Machinery to expand headquarters
Munson Machinery , a maker of mixing and blending machinery, has expanded the size of its Utica, New York, headquarters location by more than 30 percent, according to Charles Divine, Munson Machinery's president and CEO.
Man killed in 1-car crash in central New York
State police say a central New York man has died in a one-car crash in his rural hometown and the driver has been charged with drunken driving and manslaughter.
Police: Suspect stole from local grocery store
Police urge the public to assist in an ongoing larceny investigation, in Utica. According to the Utica Police Department the suspect stole merchandise from the Price Chopper Supermarket, in North Utica on Tuesday.
The Brooklyn Paper
Branding Brooklyn: Bridging the gulp! Brooklyn Brewery ponders trans-Narrows expansion
Roughing it: If the big industrial lot near New Jersey does not pan out, there is a lot of space elsewhere on Staten Island where Brooklyn Brewery could set up shop.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Several unsuspecting women recorded undressing in New Harford
A 19-year old Utica man is under arrest, accused of secretly videotaping women who were undressing at what New Hartford Police describe as "a local retail store."
Utica skyline starts changing as construction of abandoned building kicks into high gear
Steel beams are rising over a building that has sat empty for years. "When you have a building that's empty and there's moss growing on the inside it brings the value and the look of everything down and it's depressing.
Utica teen arrested following investigation into string of crimes including two stolen cars
New Hartford Police arrested 17-year-old Gino V. Placanaca, of Mohawk Street in Utica, for his involvement in a series of home burglaries, car break-ins and two car thefts after one of the cars was recovered by Utica Police.
North County Public Radio
Student archaeologists continue an unlikely partnership
Earlier this summer, a group of college students from upstate New York spent three weeks studying bones at an ancient archeological site in southern Albania.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Boilermaker Shadow Run set for Saturday
Since 008, the Boilermaker has supported six overseas Shadow Runs: Three in Iraq and three in Afghanistan.
Brooklyn Brewery May Open $70M Staten Island Base, Report Says
The famous craft brewery plans to open a new 200,000 square-foot manufacturing plant to brew more beer to ship overseas and is eyeing space on the West Shore of Staten Island, Crain's New York reported.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Local artist featured at bed and breakfast in Clinton
The work of Utica artist Tom Yacovella is on display at the Artful Lodger Gallery, which does serve as an art gallery as well as a bed and breakfast right on East Park Row, along the village green.
Mayor: Jobs meeting unproductive
Mayor Michael Julius recently met with state officials in Oneida County to talk about bringing more high-tech jobs into Fulton County.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Two injured in early morning shooting in Utica
Utica Police are investigating an early morning shooting at 893 Bleecker Street.
Report eyes Mohawk Valley government payrolls
A recent study of Mohawk Valley government payrolls says among the top 10 overall highest paid employees were both Montgomery and Fulton counties' district attorneys.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Andrew Brindisi charged in April Hit and Run
It happened back in April near the Mid-York Library building in west Utica and caused a gas leak, where some people in the area had to be evacuated while national grid stopped the leak.
On This Day in Music 7/25
We've made it! Friday! Hooray! Make sure you are doing the bare minimum today at work, you don't want to ruin a perfectly good day with pesky annoyances like doing your job.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Beer Shortage in Utica
There's a beer shortage in Utica. An unexpected spike in sales has left a draft drought for Utica Club for the next two weeks.