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Little Falls Man Arrested For DWI After High Speed Chase
A 21-year-old Little Falls man has been arrested and is facing several charges after a traffic pursuit. According to State Police, Troopers were traveling west on State Route 5s in Danube when they observed a vehicle traveling eastbound speeding and swerving. At one point, Troopers had to use evasiv
Remington Arms in Ilion Has Job Openings
Remington Arms is advertising a handful of job openings this holiday season. Remington has used billboard advertising and online services to promote the positions, that include supervisors, managers, electricians and engineers, among other openings.
Little Falls Woman Facing Several Felony Charges Related To Welfare Fraud
A Little Falls woman is facing several felony charges related to Welfare Fraud. According to the Herkimer County Sheriff's Office, 37-year-old Tara Pett allegedly fraudulently received in excess of $2,700 worth of benefits she was not entitled to over an extended period of time.
Movie filming in Utica seeks hockey players for multiple roles
Want to be in a movie? A major motion picture is set to begin production in Central New York in February 2019. According to a press release, Slater Brothers Entertainment is seeking hockey players for multiple roles, including principal cast members and extras, in a feature film project. Actors who
Ex-priest worked in Liverpool middle school for 25 years after teen reported sex abuse
A Catholic priest who resigned following allegations of sexual abuse was able to go on to a 25-year career as a guidance counselor at a Liverpool middle school. He resigned only after the district learned of the allegations in 2003 and threatened to fire him. He died shortly after.
Little Falls resident arrested for Grand Larceny in the Fourth Degree
The Herkimer County Sheriff Office Welfare Fraud Unit assisted by the Herkimer County Department of Social Services recently arrested the following individual for various Welfare Fraud charges.
RFA 6,000 girls relay squad runs to school record at UC
The Rome Free Academy girls 6,000-meter relay team set a school record at the Mohawk Valley Team Relays at Utica College on Friday night. The team of Avery Hilderbran, Noelle Mastraccio, Emily Toth-Ratazzi and Gianna Capoccia ran to a time of 21 minutes, 56.02 seconds.
Meeting Minutes: Glen Mohawk Seniors
The regular weekly meeting of Glen Mohawk Seniors was called to order by President Joe Mancini at 10:30 a.m. Allan Taylor gave the opening prayer and the Pledge to the Flag was recited. Barbara Furman accompanied at the piano with the singing of “My Country Tis of Thee.” Vice President Gloria Kimbal
Oneida County Sheriff's Office donates blankets for victims of domestic violence
Utica, N.Y. — A dozen hand sewn blankets were donated by the Oneida County Sheriff's Office to the YWCA of the Mohawk Valley for victims of domestic violence. Sheriff Robert Maciol said these blankets will provide a basic necessity to those who may be in need of one, especially those who turn to the
DJ Butter Brings “The Quiet Storm” to Phoenix Radio
George Buchanon, known professionally as “DJ Butter,” is currently known for bringing “The Quiet Storm” to Phoenix Radio. His show is the latest gig in a long career in music.
Teacher charged with child pornography
A Cooperstown High School teacher has been charged with receiving and distributing child pornography over the internet by the federal government . Justin Hobbie, a 41-year-old physical education teacher and a former girls' soccer coach at the high school, was arrested at his home in Springfield Cent
Learn to Swim Program Set to Begin January 8th
The next session of Learn to Swim Program at the Little Falls Family YMCA will begin January 8, 2018. Classes will meet once a week for three weeks on Tuesday or Thursday evenings. Instruction is offered for all ages and skill levels, from infants and toddlers to Red Cross Levels 1 through 5.
Feldmeier Equipment in Syracuse, Little Falls urgently hiring
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - Feldmeier Equipment is putting out an urgent call for workers to join it's team in the company's Syracuse headquarters and Little Falls plants. A booming economy has helped create a surge of orders to Feldmeier and the company says it needs more employees to keep up with a
Toll worker arrested for stealing from New York State Thruway Authority, police say
A New York State thruway toll worker has been arrested for stealing from the thruway authority, according to New York State Police. David E. Hidalgo, 32, of Herkimer, faces charges of fourth-degree grand larceny, petit larceny and first-degree offering a false instrument for filing, police said.
Toll collector accused of stealing thousands from Thruway Authority
HERKIMER, N.Y. (NEWS10) - New York State Police arrested a toll collector they say stole thousands from the Thruway Authority. David Hidalgo, 32, is accused of stealing $3,642 while he was a toll collector from June to November 2018.
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Two Schoharie sites nominated for National Register
SCHOHARIE County -- Two sites in Schoharie County were among 16 in New York state that were nominated for the National Register of Historic Places this week. The Col. Peter B. Vroman House in Schoharie and the Schoharie Village Historic District were both selected by the New York State Board for His
Harold Baines, Lee Smith elected to Baseball Hall of Fame
LAS VEGAS -- Harold Baines was given a save as big as any Lee Smith ever posted. In a vote sure to spark renewed cries of cronyism at Cooperstown, Baines surprisingly was picked for the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday after never coming close in any previous election.
B-Devils fall to Utica on teddy bear toss night
BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The Comets opened up the scoring just 17 seconds into the game. Once again, the B-Devils fell into an early hole they could not get out of. Utica led 4-1 after the first period.
B-Devils fall at home to Utica
The Binghamton Devils allowed four first-period goals and their comeback bid fell short in a 7-4 loss to the Utica Comets on Saturday at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena.