I was born and raised right here in Central New York and graduated from Ilion High School. In my free time I love to explore the Adirondacks while kayaking and camping every spring/summer. I also love sports including the Dallas Cowboys, the New York Yankees and the New York Knicks. Since Utica brought the Comets back in 2013 I've enjoyed getting more into hockey as well! Since 2012 I have not cut my hair so I will eventually be able to make a donation to an organization that makes wigs for children suffering from hair loss due to illness. I am also one of the biggest Simpsons and Back to the Future fans you will meet! Go Pioneers! Go Comets!
Power Outage Affects South Utica And Surrounding Areas
National Grid is reporting a power outage in the Villages of New Hartford and New York Mills as well as South Utica.
Rome Police Investigating ‘Distraction’ Burglary
Rome Police are investigating a distraction burglary that happened on September 19.
Upcoming Recycling Event In Rome Expands To Collect More Items
Senator Joe Griffo is once again hosting a free e-waste recycling event where you can dispose of your old electronics, confidential documents, expired medication and more.
Community Business Expo At MVCC
The third annual Community Business Expo is underway at MVCC's Jorgensen Center.
Individual Comets Game Tickets Go On Sale October 1
The Utica Comets have announced that individual game tickets for their fourth season will be on sale beginning Saturday October 1, at the Aud box office and online.
Schumer Pushes For Increased Cyber-Security For 911 Call Centers
Senator Charles Schumer is calling on the Department of Homeland Security and the FCC to come up with a plan to protect 911 call centers from cyber attacks.
Schumer Unlocks $1.8 Million For Utica Harbor Point Project
After a major push from Senator Charles Schumer, the Federal Highway Administration and New York State Department of Transportation are set to unlock $1.8 million in previously secured federal funds for the City of Utica's Harbor Point Project.
College Student Loan Debt Doubled In NY Over The Last Decade
A new report from the State Comptroller's office says New York's student debt has doubled in the last ten years, from $39 billion to $82 billion, with the average student owing over $32,200 - compared to the national average of $29,700.
Gov. Cuomo Announces Latest Round Of Rail Inspections
Inspection teams have finished another round of oil tank car and railroad inspections across New York State.
September 18-24 Is ‘Sheriff’s Week’ In Oneida County
Oneida County is celebrating the contributions of Sheriff Rob Maciol and the entire Oneida County Sheriff's Office this week.