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Freemasons Secrets Of Baron Du Steuben ~ The Haunts And Legends Of New York

Steeped in history and legends, New York is filled with stories of the forgotten, eerie and the weird that influence us everyday. Baron Von Steuben was the Drillmaster for the Continental Army and in return for his efforts he was granted a large tract of land 20 miles north of Utica. His plans for the property were far different from what can be seen today but the secrets still remain for those who know where to look. 

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Bill Pugliano/Getty Images
Bill Pugliano/Getty Images
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Carbone Dodge Helps Raise $880 For Roscoe Conkling At ‘Drive For The Kids’ Fundraiser

On May 24th, Carbone Dodge of Yorkville helped Roscoe Conkling raise $880 at a “Drive for the Kids” fundraising event held during the school’s Teachers Day. This money will be used for Utica and Yorkville students. 

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Exploring Utica’s ‘No Man’s Land’ ~ The Haunts And Legends Of New York

Steeped in history and legends, New York is filled with stories of the forgotten, eerie and the weird that influence us everyday. Utica has grown several times over the years from its initial founding at Old Fort Schuyler on the banks of the Mohawk River. Annexing land from surrounding towns New Hartford and Whitestown has lead to some bizarre borders.

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Rocco LaDuca
Rocco LaDuca
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Aerial Shots of Utica Show the City’s True Beauty [Photos]

How often do you take the time to really enjoy the beauty of The City of Utica? Some people may say there is nothing beautiful about Utica at all, but after viewing these photos, their minds may be changed.

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photo courtesy of Utica Peregrine Falcon Project
photo courtesy of Utica Peregrine Falcon Project
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Utica’s Peregrine Falcon Chicks Get Names

Utica's new Peregrine Falcon chicks now have names.

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Photo Credit: New York State Police
Photo Credit: New York State Police
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Escaped Prisoners from Dannemora May Be in Willsboro, New York

Law enforcement personnel are actively searching the Essex County town of Willsboro New York for the escaped prisoners from the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, New York.

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Ray Carruthers/TSM
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Rain Brings Flooding To Downtown Utica

The rain has been falling non-stop since last night. In the city of Utica, we captured some flooding taking place in downtown. Here's some of the photos.

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Photo Credit: Kristine Bellino
Photo Credit: Kristine Bellino
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Utica Traffic Advisory – Oswego, Noyes, Schuyler Streets, and Lincoln Avenue for June 8, 2015

A traffic advisory has been issued for Utica today.

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Andy Cash/TSM
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Pouring Beer at Saranac Thursdays is the Most Popular Job in Utica

It's hard to believe it's already the third Saranac Thursday of the year. One of the most important jobs at this party is the pouring of the beers. The task of serving ice cold and refreshing Saranac beers to thirsty patrons is a coveted position that is more popular than you may think!

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Are Thieves Using ‘The Da Pinchi Code’ In Utica and Rome?

While leaving for work in the morning, have you noticed strange symbols on your car in Rome, Utica, and Syracuse? These symbols are laid out by theives and could mean you're in trouble, or have been robbed. 

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Dave Wheeler/TSM
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New Johnny’s Pizza Coming To Downtown Utica

A new pizza place is coming to a former pizza place location on Genesee Street in Utica. Johnny's Pizza has a new banner hanging over the former Master Pizza sign.

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Richard Lockyer/ThinkStock
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Classic Military Tribute Song ‘Taps’ Written by Utica Native [Video]

One of the most iconic patriotic tunes is 'Taps.' What began as an indicator of "Lights Out" on the battlefield has now become a beautiful tribute to service men and women at their funerals. This classic memorial song was actually written by a Utica native by the name of Daniel Butterfield! 

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