Utica assistant engineer Andy Karas joins the show to discuss the purpose of the complete streets project.
Attorney Frank Policelli discusses the UPD stomping assault case this morning on Talk of the Town.
John Piseck of the Herkimer County Industrial Development Agency joins Talk of the Town to discuss water project, Remington Arms bankruptcy, and the Charlestown mall fire.
Recent cases of Coronavirus have impacted the Holland Patent and Remsen school districts. The Holland Patent School District will not be back in class today. The […]
CAMDEN – A Camden contractor is charged with third-degree grand larceny for allegedly taking a $6,000 down payment for a roofing job, completing no work, and […]
UTICA – The Utica Police Department said they were back at full staffing this weekend, after several members on Friday called in sick after a press […]
Utica Councilmen Jack LoMedico joins the show to talk about the complete streets project and other topics involving the City of Utica.
CPA Vince Gilroy joins the show to discuss unemployment benefits and tax withholdings.
Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente discusses COVID-19 school closings, recent Heroin Overdose Spike and updates concerning Eminent Domain for a proposed Parking Garage linked to the […]
New York State Trooper Jack Keller discusses a variety of local cases, including a fatal car collision in Boonville, possible carbon monoxide poisoning that killed a […]
SYRACUSE – Coronavirus claims another tradition: Syracuse University has joined a growing number of schools to announce there will be no spring break in 2021. Most […]
ROME – A Rome man is under arrest for 1st-degree gang assault, in connection with a near-fatal stabbing on the 600 block of West Liberty Street, […]
ROME – Rome police have made an arrest in the case of swastikas and racist slurs on a U-Haul truck. The victim was renting the truck […]
New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli explains the findings of his latest audit criticizing the lack of success of the state’s Empire State Development investment spending […]
Katie Aiello, owner of Character Coffee in Downtown Utica, reacts to the city’s traffic pattern changes in South Utica to allow bike lanes as part of […]
Mayor Jackie Izzo highlights growing economic development in the City of Rome, including Orgill, jobs and housing opportunities, despite revenue shortfalls from Coronavirus.
ILION – A bankruptcy sale hearing for Remington Outdoor Company that was supposed to happen today was postponed until Sept. 29, in order to avoid the […]
UTICA – The Utica City School District will switch from all at-home learning to a hybrid model the first week of November. Parents will have the […]
ONEIDA – An Oneida County court judge has set a Sept. 30 hearing date for Brandon Clark. The Cicero man pleaded guilty to the murder of […]
Hamilton College’s Frank Anechiarico and Utica College’s Bernard Hyman explain how the College-Community Partnership for Racial Justice Reform will compile public input and research to help […]
Marques Phillips with the City of Utica discusses Utica’s Police Reform Advisory Committee and the new College-Community Partnership for Racial Justice Reform.
UTICA – Bianca Devins’ murder suspect, Brandon Clark, is due in Oneida County Court briefly today, so prosecutors can file their response to Clark’s motion to […]
ONEIDA – State Police say a woman is dead and a man, in critical condition, after a possible carbon monoxide poisoning on a boat, on Oneida […]
ONEONTA – Two SUNY Oneonta students are suspended after a picture from a party was posted on social media over the weekend. Officials say the […]
What’s next for the Supreme Court? David Frisk with the Alexander Hamilton Institute reflects upon the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and what her potential […]
What’s next for the Supreme Court? Utica College professor Dan Tagliarina reflects upon the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and what her potential replacement will […]
UTICA – Utica Police are investigating offensive graffiti on a statue of Jesus outside St. Louis Gonzaga Church on Rutger street in East Utica. Police are […]
NEW HARTFORD – A New Hartford school district employee has tested positive for Coronavirus. The superintendent let parents know in a letter, sent home on Friday, […]
HERKIMER – There’s a confirmed Coronavirus case at Herkimer BOCES. Officials there aren’t saying if it’s a student or staff member, just that they were in […]
State Senator Jim Tedisco, R-Glenville, explains why he’s calling for a bipartisan independent investigation into the number of COVID-related nursing homes deaths in New York State, […]
Whitesboro Schools Superintendent Dr. Brian Bellair describes how the school district’s hybrid reopening plan has been working so far to help stop the spread of the […]
Who killed 16-year-old Kim Simon? Former boyfriend Rick Gouse remembers the Whitesboro teen’s tragic rape and murder 35 years ago today on Sept. 18, 1985, and […]
WHITESBORO – Today marks the 35th anniversary of the murder of 16-year-old Kimberly Simon. This afternoon at 1:30 pm, her friends and family will gather where […]
HERKIMER – The village of Herkimer has found elevated levels of lead and copper in drinking water in some homes. Residents are asked to run their […]
HERKIMER – Another food giveaway today at Herkimer County Community College – 360 boxes each, of produce, meat and dairy items, each containing 20 pounds of […]
Utica Councilman Joe Betrus of the 6th Ward shares his thoughts about a proposed law to regulate local convenience stores, and also ongoing efforts to update […]
President Andy Pallotta of the New York State United Teachers union (NYSUT) explains why they believe NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 20 percent cuts to school funding […]
NEW HARTFORD – The New Hartford Central School District is switching to a hybrid learning plan Sept. 28 – earlier than their original Oct. 23 date. […]
ROME – Rome Police are warning of a phone scam where the caller ID reads, ‘Rome Police Department’ and the number is a 315 Area Code […]
HERKIMER – Herkimer County Working Solutions and Herkimer County Community College are offering the area’s first drive-thru job fair today. It’s from 10 am to 12 […]
Columnist Ron Klopfanstein of the Clinton Record and New Hartford High School junior Luke Radel of Elected News on YouTube discuss their latest collaboration and why […]
Absentee votes have to still be counted, but Ernie Talerico reacts to his significant lead in yesterday’s unofficial election results against John Bialek for Mayor of […]
CAMDEN – The Oneida County District Attorney’s Office is investigating whether to pursue criminal charges against an Otsego County sheriff’s deputy whose gun discharged at the […]
UTICA – The family of Utica murder victim Molik Liggins is offering a $5,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person or […]
New York State will now allow visitors in nursing homes that remain coronavirus-free for 14 days – That’s down from 28 days. Visitors must show a […]
Racial justice advocate Patrick Johnson reacts to latest police shootings in LA, recent protests against police, a Utica police officer’s use of excessive force and Utica’s […]
Pollster John Zogby of John Zogby Strategies explains the latest polling trends in support for President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden leading up […]
UTICA – A visible milestone in construction of the Downtown Utica Hospital has been reached. On Monday, crews placed steel beams to set the framework for […]
ROME – A Rome man is accused of sexually abusing a young girl for several years, starting when she was 4 years old. David Smith, 40, […]