Closed High End Central New York Furniture Manufacturer Is Hiring
After laying off more than 170 workers and selling its assets off in a foreclosure auction in January, Central New York manufacturer, Harden Furniture is now hiring back their workers.
Utica To Host The Largest St Patrick's Day Parade And Party
Plans for the 2018 St. Patrick's Day parade in Utica are set to make it one of the largest celebrations in Utica's history.
Strep Throat Takes Maddie Phaneuf Out Of Olympic Competition
Sadly Maddie Phaneuf has come down with a case of Strep Throat and that effectively has taken her out of the competition.
Uptown Theater To Be Donated To Creative Arts Group
Yes, its true the Uptown theater has been granted a new life.Theater owner Tracey Mills the current owner is in the process of donating the property
Erin Hamlin Finishes Sixth
After a medal in the 2014 games, all eyes were on Erin Hamlin to repeat her medal at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic games in South Korea.
Steve Miller And Peter Frampton Coming To Upstate With 2018 North
Steve Miller and Peter Frampton have just announced their new tour including a few stops that will bring them upstate.
Saranac Lake's Chris Mazdzer Wins Silver Medal
Mazdzer made history for the U.S. giving the Americans their first men's singles medal by finishing second in 3:10.728
Utica Comets Point Streak Continues With Win Over Senators
.The Utica Comets took out the Belleville Senators in regulation Saturday night at the Adirondack Bank Center. the /win extends Utica's winning streak to a season-high six games and the point streak to 12 games a new team record
Erin Hamlin Center Of Attention as Flag Bearer In Coin Toss
Olympian Erin Hamlin is the center of a new controversy surrounding the right to bear the flag at the Opening Ceremony at the Pyeongchang Games.
Canucks Sign And Recall Forward Archibald
The Vancouver Canucks General Manager Jim Benning announced today that the club has signed and recalled forward Darren Archibald from the Utica Comets.
Eight Cornell Alumni In The Olympics
A total of eight Olympians is the most ever for the Big Red at the Winter Games and the most in any Olympic games in more than a century
CNY Native The New Head Coach For The Detroit Lions
CNY Native Matt Patricia is the new head coach for the Detroit Lins football team.You might remember the name as a Vernon-Verona-Sherrill grad who also spent three years as an assistant coach at Syracuse University.
Another Rock Icon Announces Farewell Tour Coming To CNY
Ozzy Osbourne's Farewell tour will make a stop at the Lakeview Amphitheater one final time this September.
Upstate Billionaire Refuses To Pay Taxes Because Of Geese
Tom Golisano, an Upstate Billionaire, now refuses to pay his taxes until the town of Brighton does something about the geese and their feces.
7-Eleven Convenience Stores Coming
The Tokyo owner of 7-Eleven will soon begin to rebrand the newly acquired stores from Sunoco to 7-Eleven in upstate New York.
Comets On A Roll And Take Back To Back Wins From The Crunch
The weekend series for the Comets with the Crunch left the Crunch with two loses when all was said and done.
Upstate Native Lowell Bailey Heading To PyeongChang Olympics
Upstate native, Lowell Bailey, is the first world biathlon champion that is heading to the PyeongChang Olympics. He is a 35-year-old who almost retired a year ago to become a cattle farmer that was until Lowell became the first competitor to medal in the Biathlon.
Upstate NY Mine Closed For A Decade Is Now Running At 100%
One upstate Zinc mine that has been closed for more than a decade is now back in operation and running at 100%.
11 CNY Schools Make List Of 50 Worst In New York State
The scores from a recent evaluation of the public schools throughout New York State has revealed the worst school districts in upstate New York. Surprisingly, there are a significant number of schools in Central New York that didn't make the grade.
Syracuse Suspends Men's Club Hockey Team After Fight
Syracuse University Men's Club Hockey took their rivalry a bit too far this past weekend at New York University.