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UTICA — The Utica Blue Sox will host Autism Acceptance Night at The Park on June 24 sponsored by Birch Wealth Management. The Blue Sox will wear special autism-themed uniforms, which will be … more
The Town of Lee Little League program hosted their opening day ceremony on Saturday, April 30 at Lee Town Park. more
VERNON — Justin Huckabone added five more driving wins and three training wins at Vernon Downs on Saturday. Huckabone steered Credit List ($4.20) to a victory in the $7000 Open Trot. The horse and … more
WHITESBORO — The annual America’s Greatest Heart Run & Walk fundraiser for the American Heart Association will return in-person on Saturday, May 7, at a new location – Accelerate … more
VERNON — Historic Utica-Rome Speedway opens up tonight with the “Honoring Alex” $6,800-modified race at the half-mile Route 5 dirt track in Vernon that first opened up in 1961 as a 5/8-mile … more
It’s a good year to try something new. Turkey hunting can challenge even the seasoned hunter, plus it is a great excuse to get up early and get outside. Spring youth turkey weekend is quickly … more
VERNON — There are certain drivers who show up to a track and all the other drivers take note that driver will be tough to beat. In the vibrant crate sportsman division that will be racing weekly … more
The Rome Sports Hall of Fame and Museum will hold the Spring Celebration of Champions Awards ceremony at 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 24, at the Hall of Fame, 5790 Rome New London Road. This year, local … more
UTICA — The Utica University women’s soccer team raised $6,000 to send their Team IMPACT teammate Arianna LaBella and her family to Disney World. The 12-year-old from nearby Ilion was connected … more
HERKIMER — Herkimer College’s Physical Education Instructor Amy Dommer was named 2022 Professional of the Year by the New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and … more
Basketball camp set with SUNY Poly coaches Area basketball players have a chance to learn from SUNY Poly coaches. Men’s coach Rob Schoener and women’s coach Jess Skelton are part of a camp from 9 … more
ROME — The Roman Runners hosted the 34th annual Fort to Fort 5K and 10K on Sunday, with a total of 334 runners participating. Camden native Sam Morse, 38, now of Syracuse, won the 10K in a time of … more
There’s a Utica connection to the Basketball Hall of Fame. Larry Costello, a top athlete from the Central New York area who later coached at then-Division I Utica College, is one of the newest … more
Utica’s Garic sets course record at Charleston race Utica’s Hermin Garic has a course record — for the second time in about six months. Garic turned in the top time at the Cooper River Bridge … more
ROME — North Star All Stars, a local cheerleading training facility, had one of its teams — Power — selected to compete at one of the nation’s most prestigious cheerleading competitions, The … more
CLINTON — The Clinton Figure Skating Club will hold its 70th show tonight, Saturday and Sunday. After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the club is … more
There are more opportunities for people to fish for trout in New York state.  Previously, April 1 was considered the traditional “opening day” for trout fishing season in the state. Now, with … more
ROME — The Rome Sports Hall of Fame and Museum held its fifth annual Ruth M. Demers National Girls and Women in Sports Day breakfast on Saturday March 26, at the Delta Lake Inn. Approximately 55 … more
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