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U.S. demand for grocery delivery is cooling as prices for food and other necessities rise. Some are shifting to pickup — a less expensive alternative ... more
The House of the Good Shepherd has received $1 million in state funding to continue their efforts of aiding at-risk youth. more
A New Hartford woman is accused in Federal Court of selling methamphetamine, heroin and fentanyl in Montgomery and Rensselaer counties ... more

Carl Paladino spent little time during a local stop this week discussing his opponents in the upcoming Aug. 23 Republican primary for New York’s new 23rd Congressional District. more
The choral flap of migratory monarch butterfly wings abounded ... music to the ears after last week’s announcement that the butterflies are now classified as an endangered species. more
All Kinney Drugs locations in New York State now have a medication and drug collection kiosk, where customers can drop off their expired and unwanted medications. more
The New York State Division of Consumer Protection is warning people of a phishing scam involving fake bank fraud alerts coming to your cell phone. more
After the Thursday passage in the House of Representatives of a $280 billion package geared to boost the semiconductor industry and scientific research by creating more high-tech jobs in the United … more
The Oneida County Republican Committee and Oneida County Young Republicans hosted a weekend rally in Utica for Republican gubernatorial nominee Lee Zeldin ... more
As a new school year approaches, COVID-19 infections are again on the rise, fueled by highly transmissible variants, filling families with dread. more
A man accused of attacking New York GOP gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin during a recent campaign rally told investigators he'd been drinking that day and didn't know who the congressman was, … more
The Adirondack Railroad is bringing back its popular dinner train series on Tuesday, July 26. The train departs Utica’s Union Station, traveling to the station in Remsen and back. more
A dollar doesn’t go as far as it did at the beginning of this year and it’s only getting worse as food pantries work to ensure the hardest hit in the community don’t go hungry. more
Cars work their way toward detours as the busy bridge leading to and from the Griffiss Business and Technology and Route 49 which closed late Monday for construction. more
The price of diesel fuel has skyrocketed in recent months — much more even than regular gasoline — especially after Russia invaded Ukraine in February. more
On Tuesday, there was buzz about a bill that would provide grants, tax credits and other incentives for computer chip manufacturing would see action in the Senate.  more
Some 140 New York Army National Guard Soldiers assigned to the Syracuse-based 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team said farewell to their families on Friday, July 15, as they left on a mission … more
Cariol Horne started her morning outside the Tops Friendly Market in Buffalo, placing white roses at a colorful memorial to the 10 Black people slain there two months ago by a white … more
Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul has a campaign war chest seven times the size of Republican challenger Lee Zeldin ahead of the November election. more
His call sign is “Big E,” short for “Big Earl,” and how he got that name is classified. more
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