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One of three teenagers accused in a vandalism spree around the Harrisville area last summer accepted a plea deal in Lewis County Court on Friday.

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A 44-year-old Rome, NY man is facing a list of charges after allegedly ambushing a woman during the overnight hours on Friday.

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Oneida County, NY- An out of state woman was taken to an area hospital after she and her riding partner were thrown from their snowmobile Saturday afternoon in the town of Boonville.

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Town of Webb, NY- A snowmobiler was struck by a member of his own riding group late Friday night, resulting in another fatal snowmobile accident in our local area this year.

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Local law enforcement agencies are teaming up with the New York State Police over the next few days in an effort to arrest impaired and drunk drivers.

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The tractor trailer ban on Interstate 81, from the Canadian Border to State Route 104 in Oswego County, was officially lifted Friday afternoon. Governor Cuomo established the ban at noon on Wednesday, due to imminent heavy snowfall and intense wind coming off Lake Ontario.

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If you’re an Apple iPhone user, you’re probably aware of the Face Time scare that raised eyebrows around the world.

Boonville Snow Fest

Boonville, NY- Mother Nature has finally allowed the tenth anniversary edition of the Boonville Snow Festival II to take place.

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