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Two arrested on drug charges after traffic stop in Syracuse
Two people are facing charges after a traffic stop in Syracuse. According to New York State police, troopers did a vehicle stop on Tuesday, October 16th on Onondaga Avenue in Syracuse. Police say Christie Menkins, 43, of Phoenix had crack cocaine. She was arrested and charged with criminal possessio
New Hartford woman accused of stealing from Kirkland Arts Center
KIRKLAND – A New Hartford woman is facing a felony charge after she allegedly stole money from the Kirkland Arts Center while she worked there, according to the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office.Jennifer Walker, 47, is charged with felony fourth-degree grand larceny.
Cazenovia mom dies on way to drug rehab; parents share her story to help others
But 48 hours later, Saige used heroin again. This time, she quickly decided she needed help and she made arrangements on her own to go to a drug treatment center in California.
Perry Will Serve At Least 22 Years In Parents’ Deaths
COOPERSTOWN – Kevin Perry, 24, convicted ofkilling his parents in Laurens last December, will soon be en route to a maximum-security prison for at least 21.875 years.
BREAKING: Man arrested in connection with 12-year-old's shooting death, released from jail
On October 10th, a group of people were standing together near Springer's home on John Street and Park Street on Syracuse's North Side, when Springer was shot and killed. Police say the intended target may have been in that group -- where Springer was.
Man accused of inappropriately videotaping woman in Cortlandville store
CORTLANDVILLE, NY (WSYR-TV) - A man accused of inappropriately videotaping a woman inside the Dollar Tree on Route 13 in Cortlandville was arrested Friday. Dakota M. Malison, 25 was charged with unlawful surveillance in the second degree, after the Cortland County Sheriff's Office says a caller witn
Fayetteville-area home linked to Syracuse drug dealer seized by feds, will be sold
TOWN OF MANLIUS, NY -A large suburban home not far from Wellwood Middle School in the town of Manlius has been seized by the federal government as part of the owner's guilty plea in a drug case. The six-bedroom, 4 1/2-bathroom colonial home at 5188 Hoag Lane has been the object of neighbors' concern
7 pizza shops you should try in CNY
Chuck D'Imperio is an expert in all things New York, especially in Upstate. He's a well-known disc jockey and author, and he has traveled across the state while writing for NYup.com. We asked him for one pizza shop worth visiting in every county. They're not necessarily the best pizza joints, but th
Oneida Lake boat launch closed temporarily
The South Shore boat launch site on the southern shore of Oneida Lake, east of Bridgeport in the town of Sullivan, Madison County, will be closed for up to eight days that began Thursday for driveway repaving, the New York Department of Environmental Conservation announced.Alternative launch sites i
Burglary suspect arrested for meth possession in Greene
Nathan Pixley, 31, was pulled over on Wednesday for a traffic violation. During the stop, police say Pixley, who is listed as homeless, threw a bottle of a mixture containing meth out the window.
Man ticketed in crash with injury
Man ticketed in crash with injuryA two-car crash left a section of state Highway 10 in Bloomville closed for hours in the afternoon Tuesday.Around 1:30 p.m., Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies, assisted by Bloomville Fire Department, Delhi Fire and EMS and Cooperstown Medical Transport responded to
Dutchland Plastics opens new factory in Canastota
State and company officials formally open the new, bigger space for Oostburg, Wisconsin–based Dutchland Plastics in the village of Canastota. The firm’s upstate New York location previously operated in Sherrill. (Provided by Dutchland Plastics)
Part of I-88 closed in Sidney area
SIDNEY, N.Y. (WBNG) — A portion of Interstate 88 is closed while crews clean up down trees and wires.Interstate 88 is closed in both directions of travel between exits 9 (Sidney) and 10 (Unadilla), according to the New York State Department of Transportation.The closure is to necessitate the NYSDOT
Upstate NY's cheapest zip codes: 5 places in CNY where homes sell for dirt cheap
In some areas, auctions, foreclosures and other factors drive median home sale prices down below $50,000, according to data from .
Madison County man accused of welfare fraud
Sheriff’s deputies said Justin T. Marris, 26, of 5693 Lebanon Road, Earlville, forged another person’s signature on his public assistance paperwork to claim he was working for that person, and that was a lie Deputies said Marris’ claim that he was working meant he was not required to complete work a
6 New York Cities, 3 in Central New York Have the Most Rats in the Country
The number of New York cities withratscontinues to grow. Six places made the annualTop 50 Rattiest Citiesthis year, 3 incentral New York.So where are all the rats hanging out? Chicago....for the 4th year in a row. But since rat activity increases when it's cold, it's no surprise New York makes the l
Remsen man accused of stealing checks from employer and cashing them
A Remsen man is facing a felony charge after he allegedly stole checks from his employer and cashed them, according to the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office.Zachary Williamson, 24, is charged with felony second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.
Former Republican congressman endorses Democrat Brindisi in congressional race
Hanna, who preceded Tenney in representing the district from 2011 to 2017, threw his support behind Brindisi on Wednesday night while speaking with him in Earlville, in Madison County.
Dutchland Plastics opens factory in Canastota, expects to expand (photos)
Dutchland CEO Randy Herman, Canastota Mayor Carla DeShaw, state Sen. David Valesky, Assemblyman Bill Magee and other state and local officials cut the ribbon on the 50,000-square-foot plastics plant at 120 Barlow St. Wednesday morning.
Earlville man arrested for welfare fraud
Lenox, NY — An Earlville man was arrested for welfare fraud totaling $2,112.On Oct. 15, Madison County Sheriff's Office investigators arrested Justin T. Marris, 26, of Earlville, was charged with fourth-degree welfare fraud, fourth-degree grand larceny, first-degree offering a false instrument for f