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Fans of Beak and Skiff will love what we have to tell you. They'll be opening their Apple Hill Campus next month. You can enjoy the cafe, tasting room and live music. But as our Iris St. Meran tells us, there's more including a brand new bottling facility.

04/22/2014 10:59 PM

Businessmen honored for bringing AHL hockey to Mohawk Valley

It's been an exciting year for the city of Utica and the Mohawk Valley. New businesses and jobs are on their way and new forms of entertainment are at residents' fingertips. The new Utica Comets franchise is one of the area's most popular additions. Tuesday, the two men responsible for bringing in the team were honored. Cara Thomas says they faced a number of challenges, but for them, it was all worth it.

04/22/2014 06:14 PM

Historically decorated olympian in Watertown to talk organ donation

During his time as one the most decorated Olympic athletes ever, Carl Lewis lived by the philosophy of never giving up. It's the same attitude with his other passion in life, helping people understand the importance of organ donation. As our Brian Dwyer reports, Lewis was in Watertown Tuesday to share his story of how a donor helped give his friend an extra decade of life.

04/22/2014 05:53 PM

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Dying with Dignity Part 2: Preparing the paperwork

A lot of people think they're invincible, but bad things happen, and everyone needs to be prepared. Reporter Katie Gibas describes why it's important to put those wishes in writing.

04/22/2014 09:18 AM

LIFESTYLES & TRAVEL

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CITY OF SYRACUSE

Syracuse officials call on residents to report potholes

The bad Syracuse winter left behind a pretty bumpy ride down most of the city's streets. People have been talking for months about how bad the potholes are. As our Katie Gibas reports, city officials are now asking for your help getting them fixed. Updated 04/22/2014 04:18 PM

ONEIDA

Oneida Mayor says proposed pet abatement law will no longer limit pets

After many animal lovers spoke out against the idea a proposed law limiting the number of pets in Oneida has been revised. An updated proposal will focus on smell, noise and general behavior instead. Our Alana LaFlore tells us that many pet owners are cheering the changes. 04/22/2014 11:09 PM

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