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Utica man charged in homicide investigation
When the police arrived, emergency crews were helping 49-year-old Cheri Saupp, who was transported to a local hospital where she died.
Two indicted on DWI charges, one charged with arson of vehicle
Richard Golden Jr., 35, of 312 Knox St., Ogdensburg, is charged with fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property and third-degree arson, both felonies.
Shooting Overnight in Utica sends man to hospital
UTICA--Breaking news this overnight...a man is in the hospital after he was shot on Pleasant Street in Utica around Midnight.The first calls came in for a shooting and an assault at 221 Pleasant Street at 12:01 this morning.When our crews got to that address the street was blocked off. Utica Police
Restaurant regular faces up to year in jail for smacking waitress on bum
Waitress Jayme Adair, 23, reportedly told her manager - who then told 65-year-old Locke to leave.
Denny's customer arrested after allegedly slapping waitress' butt
On May 22, Clarence H. Locke Jr. arrived at Denny's in Rome with his wife around noon, sat down at one of staffer Jayme Adair’s tables, and ordered beverages,Newshubreports.
Two Watertown Rite Aid stores to close in June
Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc., which purchased 1,932 Rite Aid stores in September for about $4 billion, plan to close the stores it acquired at 842 State St. and 315 Arsenal St. on June 11 and June 18, respectively.
Section 3 roundup: Carthage boys lacrosse falls in Ventiquattro’s final game with program
LIVERPOOL — Dante Yacavone and Tucker O’Donnell led a balanced attack with two goals and an assist each as the top-seeded Homer boys lacrosse team defeated No. 4 Carthage, 9-3, in a Section 3 Class C semifinal Friday in long-time Comets’ coach Kirk Ventiquattro’s final game with the program.
New Hartford police seek identity of larceny suspect
The New Hartford Police Department is asking for the public’s help identifying a larceny suspect.NEW HARTFORD – The New Hartford Police Department is asking for the public’s help identifying a larceny suspect.Police say they’re seeking the identity of the man pictured in the surveillance photo regar
Constableville village files notice of appeal over ATV court order
The notice of appeal did not surprise her, Bernadette M. DeSantis, the petitioner in the case, said.
DeWitt police seize pounds of marijuana, prescription pills during drug bust
DEWITT, N.Y. -- Pounds of marijuana, prescription pills and other drugs were seized by police during a two-month investigation in DeWitt.
Premier Aviation To Close Its Rome Maintenance Facility
Oneida County ExecutiveAnthony Picentesays it’s disheartening to hear that Premier Aviation is closing its Rome maintenance facility and that its employees will lose their jobs as a result.Picente say Oneida County will do anything it can to help assist with the situation.Premier will be closing its
City Council criticized over wanting to cut drug task force detective
During a budget session on Wednesday night, the majority of council members indicated they did not support spending $62,000 in the proposed 2018-19 budget for the city detective who would be assigned to the drug task force.
Police investigating motorist who fled Watertown crash on foot
No injuries were reported, but according to police, the motorist fled the scene on foot through the property of Parkside Bible Church, 491 Eastern Blvd.
Police: Motorist fled collision at Eastern Boulevard and Huntington Street
WATERTOWN, NY— City police and deputies are investigating a two-vehicle accident that occurred at about 6:45 a.m. Thursday at the intersection of Eastern Boulevard and Huntington Street. A motorist in an alleged stolen sport utility vehicle fled the scene on foot through the property of Parkside Bib
Watertown lawmakers might cut drug task force detective
WATERTOWN — With drug arrests continuing to increase, City Council members are opposing a proposal to spend nearly $62,000 to add a detective position for the Metro-Jeff Drug Task Force.
Woman charged with drunk driving
Police said Sara J. Webber, of 8052 Gulf Road, was drunk and behind the wheel in the restaurant drive through lane at about 9:39 p.m. Tuesday.
Watertown Firefighter Injured and sues the city and others
According toWWNY-TV,T.G. Kolb and his wife filed a notice of claim against Watertown, the Jefferson County Emergency Management office, and 10 other agencies.
Two Watertown men face drug charges
City police charged Ramsey K. Towles, 28, of 615 Academy St., Apt. 2, and Kevin T. Maguire, 30, of 17193 County Route 156, on Sunday night each with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.
Dairy farmers share concerns with county officials at forum
Between 30-40 area farmers spoke out about issues at the county, state and federal levels that need to be addressed because their industry is in crisis, they said. They represented farms with as little as about 15 cows to about 3,000.
“Manufacturing Issue” Halts Line at Kraft Heinz Plant
An unknown number of workers have been laid off at aKraft Heinzplant in Lowville, NY after a “manufacturing issue” halted operations on a string cheese production line for several days, according to several local news reports.