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Another Meeting Planned To Discuss The Issue Of How And Where To House Sex Offenders

Utica Councilman At-Large Jim Zecca is still looking for answers about how and where sex offenders can and should be housed in Oneida County.

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County Executive Meets With Common Council, County Legislature To Discuss Sex Offenders

Although the issue of sex offenders staying at local motels has caused a stir, a meeting at the County Office Building has uncovered a larger problem.

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Davis Motel Property Owner: I’m Not Going To Take Vouchers, Sex Offenders

With a picket planned this weekend outside of North Utica hotels to protest the housing of sex offenders, the owner of currently closed motel property is speaking out to separate himself from the controversy.

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Picket Planned Outside Of North Utica Motels That Accommodate Sex Offenders

There is growing concern among some North Utica residents about the type of occupants that are staying at motels in that part of the city.

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Internet Raises Money for Homeless Man Who Returned Lost Engagement Ring

Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.

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Rome, Syracuse Rescue Missions At Odds Over Redemption Center Proceeds

A newly purchased chain of redemption centers is rubbing the Rome Rescue Mission the wrong way.

Matt Miller, Executive Director of the Mission, says the Syracuse Rescue Mission has bought several bottle redemption facilities, including one on Erie Boulevard, in Rome

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‘Homeless Hotspots’ Ignite Heated Debate

The annual SXSW interactive conference in Austin is sometimes plagued with snail-slow internet speeds (when you can connect at all). But this year it’s been a little easier to find a wifi hotspot: just look for a homeless person. Yes, homeless people are now being used as wifi spots.

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