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Tractor Supply distribution center announces more job openings
Some of the new job openings listed on the company’s website include material handlers, housekeepers, customer service representatives and more.
US newspapers to Trump: We're not enemies of the people
NEW YORK (AP) -- Newspapers from Maine to Hawaii pushed back against President Donald Trump's attacks on "fake news" Thursday with a coordinated series of editorials speaking up for a free and vigorous press. The Boston Globe, which set the campaign in motion by urging the unified voice, had estimat
Prosecution wants additional charges in Utica stabbing death case
UTICA – The Utica manaccused of stabbing40-year-old Nicholas White to death earlier this year had another brief appearance in Oneida County Court on Wednesday.Edmond Hyatt, 35, was supposed to be in court for a hearing on Wednesday, but that never happened. Instead, the prosecution asked for more ti
Upstate NY rainfall: One spot had over 11 inches in two days (chart)
Syracuse, N.Y. -- Torrential rainfall Monday and Tuesday turned tiny creeks into raging rivers, flooded basements and streets, and sent tons of debrisflowing into Seneca Lake.
Ontario County deputies locate truck involved in bizarre, deadly accident
The truck involved in a bizarre accident that killed a 74-year-old Waterloo woman has been located, and the driver ticketed, according to the Ontario County Sheriff's Office.
Boom: Trump’s handling of economy ‘exceeds' average of Obama, Bush, Clinton, Bush, Reagan
President Trump’s push to build on the nation’s financial recovery has won solid support from Americans, giving his handling of the economy a higher approval rating the the average of his five predecessors.Gallupon Thursday said, “He has averaged a 48 percent approval rating for handling the economy
Grant to aid Madison County in transportation cost improvements
Using a $15,000 grant from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, the Madison County Board of Supervisors voted to hire a company called Energetics. The project will be in line with the county’s Energy and Sustainability Plan, adopted in 2016, that focuses on reducing the count
3 officers assaulted in 2 separate incidents at Mohawk Correctional Facility
ROME – Three correction officers were recently assaulted in two separate incidents at Mohawk Correctional Facility in Rome, according to the New York State Correctional Officers and Police Benevolent Association.NYSCOPBA officials say around 12:10 a.m. July 28, three officers and a supervisor entere
Town of New Hartford to move to former Gander Mountain building after buying the property
The 50,000-square-foot building will house all town offices, the police department, courts, a community-meeting room, and a senior-services center for the Town of New Hartford.
Colgate: Lowe named to All-Patriot League preseason team
HAMILTON, N.Y. >> After notching 407 kills in her debut season in 2017, Colgate volleyball sophomore Alli Lowe has garnered 2018 Preseason All-Patriot League accolades, while the Raiders were predicted to finish fifth in the league’s preseason poll announced Wednesday afternoon.
Cooperstown grad Lucy Ford ready for next chapter
The list of accomplishments on the track runs long for Hartwick native Lucy Ford.Ford graduated from Cooperstown Central School in 2014 after winning a state title in the high jump during the 2013 season, setting the school record in the event by jumping 5-feet, 5-inches.She went on to compete at th
September primary voters must register by Aug. 20
There will be countywide primaries on Thursday, Sept. 13, for the following parties and offices:
Editorial: Parking lots aren't public campgrounds
Early on a recent Sunday morning, five large recreational vehicles from Quebec were parked at the lot near Sam's Club in Plattsburgh.Several of the families chatted as they sat on lawn chairs placed in a semi-circle. Two children were circling the parking lot on scooters.Just like you would see at a
Organizers Claim 2,000 Protestors Showed Up for Anti-Trump Rally
After signing the National Defense Authorization Act at Fort Drum, President Trump traveled to Utica to take part in a fundraiser for Republican Congresswoman Claudia Tenney.According to Indivisible Mohawk Valley and Central New York Citizens in Action, nearly 2,000 protesters lined Genesee Street f
Man receives 20-year sentence for killing 11-year-old girl
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Trump claims Gov. Cuomo told him he wouldn't run against him
Report rights infringementUTICA,N.Y.(AP) —PresidentDonald Trumpclaimed Monday thatDemocraticGov.Andrew Cuomocalled to assure him that he would not challenge him for the presidency.Trumpalso issued a warning: "Anybodywho runs against Trump suffers."Cuomo's office didn't immediately respond to a quest
Hotel Utica Announced As Location For President Trump Visit
The fundraiser for Congresswoman Tenney includes a $1,000 ticket for admission, $5,000 for a Presidential photo and those looking to sit at the same table to speak with the President will have paid $15,000.
Teen listed in critical condition after wreck
Sheriff’s deputies said Tyler S. Spann, 19, was westbound on Beals Road at an unsafe speed when he lost control of his vehicle and it rolled over, ejecting him from inside. Deputies said Spann suffered a severe head injury and was listed in critical condition at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Utica
Norwich Man Will Spend 20 Years To Life In Prison For Murder, Rape of 11 Year Old Jacelyn O'Connor
"I think about all the milestones and life endeavors that Jacelyn would have been accomplishing if she were still with us," read off Rebecca Hamm, Jacelyn's custodial mom, "Like prom, graduation, and college. Or would she be married and I a grandmother?"
How law enforcement planned for the president's visit
ROME- President Trump visited Central New York on Monday, and law enforcement made sure he made it safely to each of his stops.He flew into Griffiss International Airport to make the trek to Utica. There, secret service swept the building, the Oneida County Sheriff's Office, the Utica Police Departm