Flood Destroys Veteran’s Home
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Flood Destroys Veteran’s Home

On Saturday afternoon as flood waters receded it left damage and debris throughout the Mohawk Valley. One local veteran was left with a demolished home. Rocky Rockwell, who…

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Historical Society commemorates WWI veterans
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Historical Society commemorates WWI veterans

HERKIMER – On April 6, 1917, the United States, under President Woodrow Wilson, declared war on Germany, and officially joined WWI. To commemorate 100 years since that fateful…

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Busted
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Busted

On Monday, June 19th at approximately 11:00pm, Herkimer Police received a report that a male had just stopped a woman on Folts St and made unwanted sexual contact…

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HPD Looking to fill Temp Position
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HPD Looking to fill Temp Position

The Herkimer Police Department is currently looking to fill two (2) Temporary Police Officer positions. One position would begin on July 9th and the other position will begin on…

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HPD arrests individual 3 times within 20 hours
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HPD arrests individual 3 times within 20 hours

KIMBERLY ERB (37) of N Prospect Ave in Herkimer was arrested three times in a span of 20 hours. On Monday, June 19th at approximately 3:00 pm, Police…

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Erie Canal bicentennial marked by scale replica at Gems
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Erie Canal bicentennial marked by scale replica at Gems

HERKIMER – This year marks 200 years since construction began on the Erie Canal – a transportation innovation that helped put the Mohawk Valley on the map and…

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‘Nothing stops dog lovers’
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‘Nothing stops dog lovers’

HERKIMER – The Herkimer College campus went to the dogs Sunday, during the 21 annual Herkimer County Humane Society Mutt Strut. Hundreds of people and their dogs gathered…

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Genesee Beer Fermentation Tanks lock through Lock 18
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Genesee Beer Fermentation Tanks lock through Lock 18

  At around 10:30 am on Thursday, May 25, 2017 2 barges, each laden with 3 fermentation tanks bound for Genesee Brewery began locking through historic Lock 18…

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Students learn at annual Conservation Day
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Students learn at annual Conservation Day

MIDDLEVILLE – Why are trees important? What should you do if you get lost in the wilderness? What happens when you flush the toilet? Area students learned the…

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Cross-country bicyclists layover in Little Falls
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Cross-country bicyclists layover in Little Falls

LITTLE FALLS – It’s late May and college students everywhere are looking forward to a few months of down time before hitting the books again. Unless you are…

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