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Ramon Zayas Brings ‘The Donolli’ to Utica

Imagine two of the world’s greatest creations together in one. Ramon Zayas of Ramon’s Bakery Food Truck is introducing Central New York to ‘The Donolli.’

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Gloversville awarded $660K for pedestrian safety

According to a release from Gov. Andrew Cuomo‘s office, the award is part of a $62 million investment to utilize engineering, education and enforcement campaigns to enhance pedestrian safety across the state. “Pedestrian safety impacts residents of all ages and in all communities, and it is critical that we make our roads safer for everyone,” Cuomo stated in the release.

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Corrections Officer Accused Of Bring Marijuana Into County Jail

The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office says 31-year old Breland Warmack of Utica brought marijuana into the jail for inmates.

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The World’s Largest Yard Sale is Coming Up This Weekend

If you’re ready to shop and find some of the best deals around, you’re ready for the World’s Largest Yard Sale coming to the Herkimer County Fairgrounds this Saturday. If you haven’t been to the World’s Largest Yard Sale before, this is definitely the year you should do it.

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A Utica Bakery Wants to Talk To You If You REALLY Love Tomato Pie

Do you love tomato pie? I mean REALLY love tomato pie ? If you do, one Utica bakery wants to talk to you. Napoli’s Italian Bakery is looking for 4 to 5 people to talk to about their love of tomato pie.

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Orbis Education and Utica College Fast-Track Solution to Florida Nursing Shortage

CARMEL, Ind: Orbis Education, a leader in healthcare education solutions and Utica College, a nonprofit institution based in Utica, N.Y., have launched a new Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program in Miramar, Fla. The ABSN program, already …

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New York Surgeon Sentenced for Nearly $87K Workers’ Comp Fraud Scheme

A central New York orthopedic surgeon has been sentenced for running an ongoing scheme that defrauded the workers’ compensation system by nearly $87,000. Dr. Gregory B. Shankman, of Clinton, N.Y., was sentenced in Oneida County Court for his previous guilty plea to two counts of offering a false instrument for filing in the second degree.

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New Hartford Artist Sharing Her Work in Clinton Show

A New Hartford woman is showing her talent and sharing her artwork in a show to be hosted in Clinton. Kathy Donovan, an artist and New Hartford teacher, will be displaying her artwork at the Anatomy in Motion Pilates and Wellness Studio in Clinton .

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New Hartford Town Board Meeting – June 6, 2018

Agenda for June 6, 2018 meeting

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Former Utica Chiropractor Charged With Worker’s Comp Fraud

A former Utica chiropractor has been accused of faking exams and reports to facilitate fraudulent Worker’s Compensation claims by employees of the Central New York Psychiatric Center. 47-year old Eric Szatko of Sauquoit was charged on Wednesday with grand larceny, four counts of offering a false instrument for filing and three counts of the Worker’s Compensation crime of fraudulent practices.

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