Interviews

April 3, 2020

Councilman-at-Large Mark Williamson on Why Utica Council Cut Paving Funds & Raised Mayor Pay

Utica Councilman-at-Large Mark Williamson explains why the Common Council voted to cut funds for the city’s Paving Plan amid the Coronavirus Crisis, and also defends his […]
April 3, 2020

Can Pets Spread Coronavirus? Dr. Evan Sandler Explains Virus Impact on Pet Care & Vet Services

Dr. Evan Sandler of CNY Veterinary Medical Services in Westmoreland explains how the Coronavirus Crisis affecting veterinary services and pet care, including whether your dog or […]
April 3, 2020

UPD Chief Mark Williams – How Coronavirus Crisis is Impacting Police Work & Crime

Utica Police Chief Mark Williams explains how the Coronavirus Crisis affecting police work and the violent crime rate in Utica, including domestic violence, as well as […]
April 3, 2020

County Executive Anthony Picente – Coronavirus Weekly Recap, Nexus & NY Budget Concerns

Weekly COVID-19 Update with Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente – As 68 county residents have now tested positive for Coronavirus (and one death), we discuss the […]
April 3, 2020

Remington Arms Employees Heading Back to Work Despite Coronavirus

ILION – Looks like Remington Arms is going back to work. The union representative for the Ilion manufacturing plant says they plan on bringing more than […]
April 2, 2020

How Coronavirus Crisis is Impacting Pistol Licensing & Gun Laws – Dan Sullivan Explains

Dan Sullivan, Oneida County’s assistant pistol licensing officer, explains how the Coronavirus Crisis is impacting the process to get a pistol permit, register firearms, purchase handguns […]
April 2, 2020

Councilman Frank Meola – Why Utica Council Voted to Cut Paving Money & Raise Mayor’s Pay

Utica Councilman Frank Meola of the 4th Ward explains why the Utica Common Council voted to cut funding for a Paving Referendum and for Capital Projects […]
April 2, 2020

Griffin Charitable Foundation Calls for Donations & Volunteers to Help Local Food Pantries in Crisis

Dyann Nashton with the Griffin Charitable Foundation in Rome urges the public to donate and volunteer to help support local food pantries and soup kitchens that […]
April 1, 2020

How Computer Modeling is Helping Understand Coronavirus Crisis – UC’s Tony Martino Explains

Tony Martino with the Utica College Cyber Crime Lab explains how high-tech Artificial Intelligence and Computer Modeling is helping to understand the spread, infections and death […]
April 1, 2020

Slocum-Dickson Medical Moment: Dr. Stephen Eadline Talks TeleHealth Visits and Coronavirus

Slocum-Dickson Medical Moment: Dr. Stephen Eadline explains how TeleHealth Visits are being used to help assess people’s symptoms remotely during the Coronavirus Crisis, and also what […]