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YORKVILLE — A family dog was killed in a garage fire that spread into the home on Campbell Avenue very early Thursday morning. Fire Chief Joseph Morosco said smoke detectors likely woke the family … more
WHITESBORO — A deputy fire chief with the Whitesboro Volunteer Fire Department was honored on Tuesday for his service to the community. Deputy Chief Joseph Lenhardt received the 2021 Fire Service … more
LYONS FALLS — A family dog was killed at a house fire in Lewis County on Tuesday. Fire officials said flames were spotted on the first floor of 6726 McAlpine St. at about 9:22 a.m. Tuesday. … more
TOWN OF SULLIVAN — An East Syracuse man is wanted in Madison County for allegedly attacking a woman this summer, according to an announcement by state law enforcement officials. State police said … more
A 39-year-old woman has been charged with attacking her son and his sister in Rome, according to law enforcers. Police said Nicole M. Blohm, of Rome-Westernville Road, got into a fight with her … more
A 30-year-old man is accused of causing damage at a housing complex on North George Street, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Richard W. Miller, a resident at WD Housing in the 500 … more
A Rome man is accused of stealing more than $200 worth of meat from the Aldi store on South Madison Street, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Mark I. Whitted, 56, of North Madison … more
A Utica teenager has been charged with weapons possession after law enforcement officials said he tried to flee on Saturday night, according to a report by local law enforcement officials. Police … more
A man and woman have both been charged after the man fired several shots into another person’s vehicle on Kemble Street in Utica on Friday, according to law enforcement officials. Police officials … more
A Utica man admitted in County Court to shooting a man at the Byrne Dairy in Rome. Joseph F. Amberg, 35, of Howard Avenue, pleaded guilty before Judge Michael L. Dwyer Thursday to one count of … more
BOONVILLE — A Liverpool man has been charged with manslaughter in connection to a fatal motor vehicle accident from one year ago, according to law enforcement officials. Rakwan D. Marshall, 23, was … more
TOWN OF TURIN — A fight in Lewis County has led to charges against a 43-year-old man, according to law enforcement officials. Sheriff’s deputies said Scott M. Galarneau, of West Road, Turin, got … more
WHITESTOWN — An inmate at the county jail has been charged with smashing a window. Sheriff’s deputies said Brandon Trask, 22, of Utica, was in the jail on unrelated charges when he intentionally … more
A 74-year-old woman was charged with drunken driving after blocking Huntington Street in Rome Saturday night, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Jane E. Lisota, of New Floyd Road, … more
A third employee at the Domino’s Pizza in Rome has been charged in a scheme to embezzle more than $20,000, according to law enforcement officials. Police said Mindy L. Dosztan, 31, of Kiwanis Road, … more
VILLAGE OF CLINTON — The Central Oneida County Volunteer Ambulance Corps was recently awarded $1,000 for training and classroom supplies. The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties’ … more
TOWN OF ANNSVILLE — A 41-year-old man is accused of choking another person during a domestic dispute Monday morning, according to law enforcement officials. Sheriff’s deputies said Charles Davis, … more
A Rome woman registered a blood alcohol content of nearly three times the legal limit Monday after crashing into a utility pole on Smith Avenue, according to law enforcement officials. Police said … more
A homeless man is facing multiple charges after law enforcement officials said he shoplifted from the Tops supermarket and then fought with police. Authorities said Christopher S. Shear, 44, of Rome, … more
National Grid is warning customers of a utility billing and payment scams that have been reported across upstate New York. Scammers claiming to be from National Grid will tell customers that they … more
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