Masahiro Tanaka just signed a contract to play for The New York Yankees that pays him a salary of $155 Million for 7 years. Tananka is from Japan and is already projected to be one of the best pitchers in baseball this year. With that big of a salary, what does one do with it? That got me thinking, what could I buy in Utica for $155 Million?
When most people think of inventors they think of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. But there have been a number of women inventors who have made life easier for us through their vision and ingenuity. You may be shocked at some everyday things that were invented by women.
More of us than are probably willing to admit it, have been involved in a drunk dialing incident. It's the subject covered in the Eli Young Band's video for their new song, "Drunk Last Night." Click to check it out.
(Marcy, NY) - Townsquare Utica radio stations Big Frog 104, Lite 98.7, WIBX 950, Oldiez 96.1 and the Utica Boilermaker would like to thank everyone who generously made a donation to the Mohawk Valley Flood Fund 2013.
Are you ready for the Redneck Games Sunday July 21st at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds? Gates open at 1pm and the games begin after opening ceremonies at 1:15pm. There's something for everyone, including corn hole. Don't know how to play? Watch Polly Wogg practice.
You might say Jason Aldeanis returning the favor with Colt Ford. Jason is featured on Colt's new tune, "Drivin' Around Song." As you probably know, Colt was one of the writers on one of Jason's biggest hits, "Dirt Road Anthem" and actually released it first. Check out the song and let us know what you think.
The Boilermaker crowd showed their generosity and support for our neighbors still recovering from the devastating flooding in Central New York. Thousands donated to the Mohawk Valley Flood Fund and you can still help by giving to the Flood Fund online, with the link below. See pictures of everyone who gave, the Boilermaker crowd and video of the 'Star Spangled Banner,' which kicked off the post party festivities.
The condition of a man who was suffered a gun shot wound to the chest at Addison Miller park just hours after several thousand runners passed by the park's location in Utica was unknown Sunday afternoon, Utica Police Chief Mark Williams said.
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