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Marcy man charged for raping young girl

The Oneida County Child Advocacy Center (CAC) arrested a Marcy man on Wednesday for allegedly raping a girl under the age of 15, according to the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office. In July, a report was made to the Utica Police ...

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Nearly two tons of marijuana seized at Port of Buffalo

U. S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) seized 3,836 pounds of marijuana in a commercial shipment at the Port of Buffalo on Monday. CBP officers selected a commercial shipment, which was listed as seven skids of lighting, for further examination. ...

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WATCH: Onondaga County leaders give COVID-19 briefing

Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon will give a COVID-19 briefing at 3 p. m. on Thursday. At his briefing last Thursday, McMahon reiterated his support for reopening gyms in New York state, with the appropriate regulations. He said he suggested ...

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Road Trippin’ at the Corning Museum of Glass

If you and your family are looking to take a break and get out of town, you might want to head south to Corning. Only two hours from Central New York and 90 minutes from Western New York, the town ...

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Power restored to nearly 1,500 customers after car crashes into pole in Syracuse

Nearly 1,500 National Grid customers were without power early Thursday morning after a car crashed into a pole in Syracuse. Syracuse Police responded to the scene just after 4:45 a. m. Thursday between Midland Avenue and West Onondaga Street. Onondaga ...

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‘Fill the boot’ drive is going online for firefighters in Syracuse

You will not see the local firefighters on the street corners this year raising money for the annual ‘Fill the Boot’ drive, in Syracuse, according to Syracuse Fire Fighters Local 280 I. A. F. F. Facebook post. For more than ...

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Syracuse City Ballet awarded CNYCF grant, leaping ahead with virtual performances

The Central New York Community Foundation has been helping several non-profits since the pandemic started. Several grants have been awarded to assist in operational costs for crucial services to continue for people in need. The CNYCF recently adjusted the aid ...

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Win prizes for sidewalk chalk art contest in Baldwinsville

The Baldwinsville Rotary is sponsoring a ‘sidewalk chalk art’ contest before heading back to school, in September for families in the Baldwinsville school district, according to a Baldwinsville Rotary Facebook post. The event is underway and the last chance to ...

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Do you know who stole this bike? NYS Police investigate

New York State Police are looking for a missing bike. Police say a 2015 red Haosen 150cc dirt bike that was taken sometime between August 10th and 11th from outside the owner’s home on State Route 8 in the town ...

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