So far, it's been rough year for Val Bialas here in Utica. The ski slopes said it's mostly the lack of the snow that's hindering their business. "We have been open, only in our terrain park, because we can make snow through the whole terrain park, but the chairlift remains closed. It has not opened yet for the season,
A big question for some in our area this weekend is: do I go out and watch the super bowl at a bar? Or do I stay home and watch? As the Patriots and Seahawks prepare to play in this year’s super bowl, local bars said super bowl weekend can be hit or miss for them. "I would
A 15 game win streak, the lone top spot in the conference, and chance for redemption. That's what's on the line tonight for the Mohawk Valley Community College men's basketball team. They'll be going against nationally ranked Herkimer College. The Generals also hold the distinction of being the only team to beat MVCC this year on their home court. That
Hopper Street in Downtown is closed due to a water main break.
For our high school game of the night we had to look no further than Thomas Proctor High School. Raiders trying to notch their 11th victory, but before they can do that they need to beat a visiting Nottingham team. To the action we go; Tyvon Reed climbs up the latter to knock this down and then runs the length
Emma Watson get's a big new role and there may be a new Wolverine movie on the horizon. That and more in this Hollywood Nation.
Tuesday night, an actress from Skaneateles made her debut on the Stanley Stage as a part of the show: Nice work if you can get it. Rachael Scarr is a CNY native in the show that's touring across the country. She's also took the time to speak with local Broadway Theatre League kids about her experience in show biz.
For the first time in 22 years Martin Brodeur is not on an NHL roster. A St. Louis Blues team official announced, the 42 year old will retire and take up a position in the team's front office. The league's all time winning-est goal keeper played four games with the New Jersey Devils before spending the 92-93 season with the
A new program is in effect here in Oneida County that will allow people with nonviolent felonies to have their records cleared. The program is only for felonies that happened in Oneida County and it comes with very strict guidelines of who is eligible for the program. The Oneida County District Attorney said this program is a year in
For months we heard about the AHL All-Star Classic. And now - the big game is in our rear-view mirror. We find out what all that exposure meant for area businesses. Since October this game has left fans, businesses and officials rearing with anticipation. And if you were at the Aud on Monday night it surely didn't disappoint. “I mean