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Utica/Rome Restaurants Can Soon Operate at 75% Capacity
Governor Cuomo announced on Sunday, March 7 in a press release that restaurants will soon be able to up their capacity to 75 percent.
Syracuse Chili’s Selling Margaritas By The Gallon
The chain will slash the price to $30 and offer single servings for $3.13 in honor of its birthday on March 13th.
The More You Know: Toilet Paper Was Created in New York State
The pandemic has truly taught us all one thing: you don't know what you've got until it's gone.
New York Eases Up on Travel Guidelines
On Wednesday, Governor Cuomo and his administration announced new rules for travelers. If you've received the vaccine, you're in the clear.
Will New York Regents Exams Be Canceled This June?
Students, parents and teachers alike are anticipating an answer in regards to Regents exams in the state as we continue dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
CPV Rescue and Sanctuary in Clinton Seeking Volunteers
Volunteer duties include cleaning and sanitizing cages, laundry, providing fresh food and water, and the best part? Socializing with all the cats they have.
A Virtual 104th Birthday Celebration Held for Syracuse Woman
n today's word, the word "virtual" is one that many are thankful for. That includes the family of Josephine Lovett, who turned 104 years old on Sunday.
Enjoy A “One-Of-A-Kind” Adult Tea Party in Clinton
You've seen the movies: extravagant tea parties with beautiful china dishes and cups, surrounded by kettles of tea, sandwiches, scones, and cake.
Close to 2 Million Toyota RAV4’s Could Be Recalled
The National Highway Traffic Safety Committee formally opened an investigation after receiving complaints about the model after reports of fire coming from the engine department.
Is Victoria’s Secret in Sangertown Square Closing?
Unfortunately for many in central New York, Victoria's Secret is continuing to shrink their store count.
New York Launches ID Tool to Combat Unemployment Fraud
A new tool was introduced on Thursday to verify identification to fight identity theft-based unemployment fraud. The Department of Labor (DOL) says using source will also speed-up claims processing to give out benefits more efficiently.
Town of New Hartford Against PiNZ Adding Axe Throwing
CEO of PiNZ, David Breen, said a basic hand-drawn plan recently was shown to the New Hartford Codes Department to show what the company is looking to do. They are against the implementation of it.