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Big Weekend, Big Crowds, Big Hopes for Utica

by Bill Keeler

Let's take a look at what was happening in Utica this weekend and how everybody fared.

The Utica Comets played to a sellout crowd on Friday night. Illusionist Leon Etienne and Romy Low received word on Friday that their show at the Stanley Theatre on Sa

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One of many noodle dishes on the menu at Lotus Garden in Utica.
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Utica’s Lotus Garden Offers First Item for Keeler Toy Auction

The First News with Keeler in the Morning Toy Drive on WIBX is just a few weeks away and one part of the drive is an on-air auction with unique 'Utica Flavor' items that will generate cash to buy toys for local children in need

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Big Crowds Expected Oct. 9th for Utica’s New Bass Pro Shop

A simple Google search of 'Bass Pro Shop Grand Opening' comes up with keyword results like 'Capacity Crowds' and 'Long Lines' wherever it opens.  The North Utica Bass Pro Shop has scheduled a grand opening for Wednesday, October 9th at 6 p

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Utica Comets Announce Opening Night ‘Fan Fest’

The Utica Comets AHL hockey team announced a "Fan Fest" celebration for Wednesday, October 23rd on the grounds around the newly renovated Utica Memorial Auditorium as part of their opening night festivities

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Illusionist Leon Etienne Sends Out Personal Message in Advance of Tuesday’s Live NBC Show

Utica illusionist Leon Etienne sent out a personal message on Sunday to the people of the Mohawk Valley in advance of his live performance on NBC's America's Got Talent on Tuesday evening.

"I'm asking for you to show us some love," Etienne said in his video blog and he explained that the public, and not the judges, will determine which acts move on to the next round of America's Got Talent

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Utica Mayor Orders Municipal Flags to be Lowered to Half-Staff

Utica, NY (WIBX) - Utica Mayor Rob Palmieri has ordered all municipal flags in the city to be flown at half-staff out of respect and sympathy for the victims and families of Newtown, Connecticut. The Mayor went on to say that during this season of peace we can pray that those suffering will be consoled knowing that others mourn with them

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Two Men Facing Charges After Gun Related Incident

Utica, NY (WIBX) - Utica police arrested two people they say are behind an incident involving a group of men threatening the public with guns.

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UPD: Bizarre Domestic Dispute Started With Car Chase

Utica, NY (WIBX) - Utica police arrested two people last night, after witnessing part of a domestic dispute that started with a car chase, then a collision, followed by threats made with a knife.

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NYS Marriage Equality Law Marks 1-Year Anniversary

Utica, NY (WIBX) - It's been a year since New York State passed the hotly contested Marriage Equality Act.

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UPD Identify Kemble Street Shooting Victim

Utica, NY (WIBX) - Utica police are releasing the name of the victim who was shot on the 1400 block of Kemble Street earlier this week.

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