An annual church bazaar opening up today at 4 p-m. The Lady of Lourdes Church along with Notre Dame Elementary School is hosting the bazaar all weekend. There you'll find craft and food vendors, rides, as well as live music by Tony's Polka Band and more. The event raises money for both the church and school. The bazaar is at
It's move-in season for many area colleges and today Utica College welcomed the class of 20-18. Close to five-hundred new students spent day the unloading cars and unpacking bins.
The New York State Fair honored the state’s police agencies on Friday with Law Enforcement Day. The day started with a parade – and was followed by a ceremony honoring the officers who have fallen in the line of duty in New York this past year. The list includes: Trooper David Cunniff Trooper Christopher Skinner Trooper William Keane Trooper Ross
For seventeen years a big part of boilermaker weekend has been the pre-race pasta dinner. It's a way for runners to carbo-load but it's also a fundraiser for the united way. Friday the boilermaker committee presented a check for 3,000 dollars to the united way and twelve year old Chris Cooley played a part. He performed at the dinner
People who live on East German Street in Herkimer are in the middle of a three year long struggle with the town of Herkimer to fix the road outside their homes properly. A road, they say, could give way at any time and it could take their homes with it. “It’s frustrating now because this is so serious and
The Great New York State Fair is open for business kicking off with a special guest plus it's move-in day at Utica College and the Utica Comets are looking for their next Comettes dance team. Eyewitness News this Morning brings you your news updates every half hour.
Without a guide dog some blind people would have to use a long white cane, which can still have dangers, but with a guide dog some blind people said they feel a whole lot safer. When the fire alarm at Joseph Palmeri's work went off his guide dog Harley knew exactly what to do. “It was a lot of
Even though it rained Thursday at the state fair there is still stuff to do for everyone.
The 2014 State Fair Butter Sculpture was unveiled on Wednesday. 800 pounds of butter were used to create the sculpture, which is dedicated to raising awareness about milk being given to local food banks . The sculpture took 10 days to create, according to the artists. The sculpture is entitled "The Great American Milk Drive." "The whole idea is trying
The Mohawk valley deals with severe winter weather every year. Summer is our time to relax and enjoy the sunshine. But this summer was different. A tornado left Deerfield picking up the pieces and nearly two months later they're remembering and rebuilding. “You come into something and you pull into this house and you saw the wall mangled in with