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COVID Won’t Stop NORAD from Tracking Santa on Christmas Eve
The tradition of NORAD tracking Santa as he makes his trip around the globe on Christmas Eve won't be sidelined by COVID this year.
Utica Zoo Facing ‘Dire’ and ‘Absolutely Devastating’ $1 Million Budget Shortfall
The Utica Zoo is facing a 1 million dollar shortfall as a result of pandemic-related closures and restrictions.
Bed Bath & Beyond Announces 2 Central New York Store Closures
Embattled retailer Bed Bath & Beyond is announcing 63 store closures, and two of them are in Central New York. Will the New Hartford store be affected?
Governor Cuomo Responds to Reports: Won’t Ban Trick or Treating
Governor Cuomo is responding to reports he plans to ban trick or treating in New York. Cuomo says he won't cancel Halloween.
Anonymous Thief Steals Kayak, Then Brings it Back in Marcy
When a kayak was stolen from a vehicle in Marcy, the owner thought she'd never see it again. Then, something amazing happened.
More Changes for High School Athletes as Winter Sports Delayed
High school students are readying for a whole new experience this school year, and now there are more changes to sports for New York's student-athletes, including the Utica-Rome area.
3-Year-Old Upstate NY Girl Bakes Over 1000 Cookies for First Responders
Mia Villa is a three-year-old from Stillwater, in the Capital Region. She and her mother, Devin, have spent their summer baking and delivering thousands of cookies to first responders in their community.
Owner of Soda Fountain in Remsen Says Diner’s Future in “Limbo”
The coronavirus has prevented The Soda Fountain in Remsen from opening this year, and now its owner says the future of the iconic restaurant is "in limbo."
Utica Teacher Needs Your Help to Get New Books to Each Student
A Utica teacher has come up with a creative way to support her students during this school year, but she needs your help.
New Bistro Opens at Former Black Cat Restaurant in Utica
A new restaurant is taking over the old Black Cat in Utica, and customers are loving the food.