Frankfort FD continues 45-year Christmas tradition
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Frankfort FD continues 45-year Christmas tradition

FRANKFORT – The Frankfort Fire Department will be continuing a 45-year tradition next week as they put on the Santa parade throughout their district. The visits will begin at 5:45 p.m. on Dec. 19, and continue for four…

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Man arrested following accident
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Man arrested following accident

ILION – An Ilion man was arrested for drunk driving following an accident on West Street last week, police said. At about 6:10 p.m. on Dec. 3, officers arrested James H. Bernard, 67, charging him with driving while…

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MOVAC to host first “Stuff the Ambulance” toy drive
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MOVAC to host first “Stuff the Ambulance” toy drive

MOHAWK – Employees at MOVAC are doing their part to make sure no child wakes up without a new toy this Christmas. For two nights, on Dec. 7 and Dec. 11, all are invited to bring a new,…

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Crazy Williez Brewery opens outside Ilion
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Crazy Williez Brewery opens outside Ilion

LITCHFIELD – Enjoying a unique craft brew in an unassuming setting is closer than one might think. After a short, five minute drive south of Ilion, beer enthusiasts will discover Crazy Williez – A new microbrewery on Silver…

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The end of an era as Ilion’s Jim Parker moves on
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The end of an era as Ilion’s Jim Parker moves on

ILION – A centuries-long era is coming to end in the village as Jim Parker, owner/operator of Parker’s Cider Mill and Clapsaddle Farm, passes the baton to new owners and moves out of state. Parker’s family has owned…

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Meth lab discovered in Frankfort
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Meth lab discovered in Frankfort

FRANKFORT – Officials have confirmed the discovery of a meth lab in a South Frankfort Street home Nov. 29, which was then dismantled without incident. Frankfort village police learned of the possible existence of a meth lab within…

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Car v. pedestrian resulted in no serious injuries
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Car v. pedestrian resulted in no serious injuries

HERKIMER – Despite a large police and fire department response, no one reported injuries from a car/pedestrian accident in Herkimer Friday afternoon, fire officials said. At about 1:30 p.m., a car turning left onto East State Street from…

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Arc Herkimer’s Crosley receives national award
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Arc Herkimer’s Crosley receives national award

HERKIMER – Arc Herkimer received another feather for its cap earlier this month as President and CEO Kevin Crosely received a national award for his work and achievements. At a Nov. 2 convention in San Diego, Calif., Crosley…

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From grieving widow to marathon runner
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From grieving widow to marathon runner

HOUSTON, Texas – When Mimi Ferritti decided to pick up running in February, she never dreamed that eight short months later she’d be running a marathon in Washington D.C. And yet on Oct. 22, that is exactly what…

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Herkimer County craft fair delights crowds
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Herkimer County craft fair delights crowds

HERKIMER – Visitors were treated to dozens of new vendors and old, baring a vast array of samples and goods this weekend at the 41st annual Herkimer County Arts and Craft Fair, held at the Herkimer College campus…

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